everyone out of the room. What could the serious secret behind their birth be all about? Sir Ebrum and Lady Like
are quietly discussing the matter and Kirby accidentally overhears. So, Sir Ebrum covers Kirby's mouth with tape to keep him
from talking. King Dedede is in a very bad mood since Fololo and Falala defied his order and also because he has learned of
a fortune predicting a great misfortune.
Episode 15: A Fish Called Kine
Tiff is collecting shells at the beach and finds a dazzling gold seashell
in a tide-pool. As soon as Tiff picks it up, it opens and she finds a message written in ancient Cappy-glyphics inside. Tiff
goes home and uses the dictionary to decipher the message, and is stunned when the message reads: "Dear Tiff, I saw you near
the shore recently and I think you are enchanting." Tiff is not familiar with the name of the sender, Kine. When Tiff goes
back to the beach to find Kine, a goldfish confesses his love to her. Kine tells Tiff that he saw her collecting seashells
at the beach and just knew they were meant to be together. Tiff is not interested in Kine and tries to explain how difficult
it is to overcome the difference between life in the ocean and life on land. King Dedede and Escargoon see Tiff and Kine talking
to each other. The King later approaches Kine and lets him know that he promises to fully support Kine's life on the land
and convinces Kine to jump into a big fish tank. King Dedede brings the fish tank to Tiff, who is at a loss, while Kine is
happier than ever. Tiff doesn't know that there is a startling trade-off behind the deal Kine made with King Dedede.
Episode 16: Flower Power
Kirby swallows a Noddy without knowing this monster would put him to sleep for up to 1000 years. Will Tuff be able to find
the legendary flower Pukey to save Kirby from the sleeping sickness?
Episode 17: Here Comes the Son
It's a peaceful day in Dream Land when suddenly, Castle Dedede begins to shake intensely. King Dedede, Sir Ebrum and his
family become frightened by the mysterious trembling. Is it an earthquake or is the castle under attack? Everyone gathers
only to find a kid named
Knuckle Joe. Triple D orders that the invader be captured, but Knuckle Joe is too quick and fast to catch. The King then realizes
that Knuckle Joe has come to battle Kirby, and develops a plan to help Knuckle Joe defeat Kirby once and for all. Tiff and
Tuff hurry to find Kirby, who's unaware that he's about to be attacked, and take him to a cave. But, their effort becomes
fruitless when King Dedede brings Knuckle Joe to the hideout. Knuckle Joe forces Kirby to accept his challenge and starts
to attack Kirby. For some reason Kirby doesn't fight back, and his life is in jeopardy! Just then, Meta Knight shows up and
tells Knuckle Joe, "There is no reason to battle with Kirby my friend. The one you seek is me."
Episode 18: Dedede's Snow Job
It is extremely hot in
Dream Land so Triple D orders up a real cold monster to ease the heat. When it gets too chilly, will Kirby be able to keep
Dream Land from being buried in a blizzard?
Episode 19: A Princess is Dis-dress
A great event is about to happen. Princess Rona from Planet Pipi is making a tour of Dream Land and she's scheduled a short
visit in Cappy Town. Everyone is extremely excited for her arrival and they've worked diligently to prepare for her visit.
When the princess,
who covers her face with a veil, gets off the space ship with her small guard Commander Vee, she captivates villagers with
her royal elegance. King Dedede wants to marry the princess and asks to take her out, but Commander Vee declines for her.
She tells the King that the Princess needs a rest after her long journey and doesn't desire a tour guide. He's offended, but
decides to approach her at a later time with his marriage proposal. Meanwhile, Vee decides to leave the Princess at the castle
and explore the town with Kirby, Tiff and Tuff. Vee is expressing her fondness for Dream Land's peaceful atmosphere, when
suddenly sheep storm into the village. Everyone flees from the sheep, but Kirby fails to escape. Commander Vee rushes to rescue
Kirby, but when Vee's hat falls off, the unexpected face of Vee is revealed ?
Episode 20: Island of the Lost Warrior
While Kirby and the kids are fishing in the ocean, a huge storm washes them onto a deserted island. They meet Kit Cosmos,
an old soldier, and discover he has a connection to Meta Knight...
Episode 21: The Empty Nest Mess
Escargoon invents a solution called Insta-Monster Mixture. The solution has the ability to instantly transform any creature
into a mega-monstrous beast. King Dedede is delighted about the invention because now he can make all the monsters he wants
without having to pay Night Mare Enterprises a cent. Meanwhile in Cappy Town, Dyna Blade is flying over the village frantically
looking for her chick, and Kirby and Tokkori decide to help her look. When Kirby finally finds the chick, he tries to send
it back to the nest, but the chick wants to head for the village. King Dedede insists the villagers hand the chick over to
him so he can give it back to Dyna Blade. But why is it so important to the King that he be the one to return it? Will Dyna
Chick make it back to the nest safely, or is this birdie the King's first prey for the potion?
Episode 22: Ninja Binge
A thief brakes into Mr. Curio's antique store, but fortunately Mr. Curio is able to chase the thief away before anything
is stolen. Mr. Curio informs Chief Bookem that he believes the thief was after his treasure, the Ninja Scroll. The Ninja Scroll
holds the secrets of the ninjas. It comes from the land of the ninjas and they used scrolls like this one to pass down the
secrets of their battling arts from generation to generation. Ninja's are known as skilled martial artists who can outrun
the wind, leap over buildings, and make themselves invisible. This event sparks an interest in ninja's and now everyone in
the village wants to become one! The children rush to the toy store to buy ninja items, and King Dedede is no exception. The
King goes shopping in Mr. Curio's store and steels the scroll right out from under Mr. Curio. Tuff and Kirby decide to steal
the scroll back from the King. As they sneak into the Escargoon's bedroom, they not only get the scroll back, but they finally
get to see a real Ninja!
Episode 23: Escargoon Rules
Tiff and Tuff are puzzled when Escargoon begs for help with tears in his eyes.
He has just learned in a letter from his mother that she is coming to visit him in Cappy Town. When Escargoon left home a
while back, he promised his mom that he would be successful. He also recently sent her a letter saying he became the King
of Dream Land. Escargoon doesn't want his mom to know the truth and he isn't sure what he should do. Sir Ebrum suggests that
everyone pretend as if Escargoon is the King, but only during his mother's visit. Of course, they'll have to keep it hush-hush
from the real King. Villagers love and welcome Escargoon's mother, who looks very much like Escargoon but has a completely
different personality. Just when everything is going well, Escargoon's mother asks to visit Dedede Castle. How is Escargoon
going to get away with touring his mother around the castle without letting her or the King in on his little secret?
Episode 24: Hour of the WolfWrath
The King orders up a monster from N.M.E. to get rid of Kirby once and
for all, and he receives WolfWrath. WolfWrath is a dangerous and ferocious canine that blows fireballs, and it's out of control.
It gets away from the King and it starts to destroy the castle. This monster is so powerful that in the past it almost defeated
Meta Knight, and now it is about to attack Kirby! Meta Knight shows up just in time to protect Kirby and fight against WolfWrath,
but he gets badly injured by its attacks. The wounded Meta Knight commands Sword Knight and Blade Knight to protect Kirby
no matter what. Sword and Blade confirm their loyalty to Meta Knight and challenge WolfWrath, but how will Sword and Blade
defeat WolfWrath knowing it's mighty enough to even injure the skillful Meta Knight?
Episode 25: The Flower Plot
Tiff, Tuff and Kirby take a hike to visit their friend Whispy Woods, and they're
quite surprised to find a cute little flower growing near his roots. It is clear that Whispy thinks very fondly of his flower
friend, so Tiff names the pleasant plant "Lovely." Up to his usual tricks, King Dedede kidnaps Lovely right from under Whispy's
nose. Tiff and Tuff rescue Lovely and return her to the soil, but strangely enough she seems different. Lovely has gained
the ability to talk and she's acting very suspiciously! Did King Dedede allowed them to rescue Lovely only to sabotage Whispy
Woods? Will the rude ruler finally get his coveted Country Club? Not if Kirby can help it ...
Episode 26: Labor Daze
King Dedede declares an industrial revolution in Dream Land! At the newly constructed Dedede Factory, Cappies are promised
handy items if they agree to wear a uniform and build appliances for everyone in the village. Although the trade doesn't appeal
to Tiff, other people are delighted wear DDD's uniform (which looks a lot like prison garb!). The Cappies step up to the assembly
line and immediately get to work. Since they receive cool appliances at the end of their shifts, they start working as much
as they possibly can. Unfortunately, the Cappy's don't realize that what they're building is an Ice Dragon Robot. Will Kirby
be able to defrost DDD's dangerous monster?
Episode 27: The Hot Shot Chef
King Dedede is not at all happy about the quality of food served at Restaurant
Kawasaki. But unfortunately, Restaurant Kawasaki is the only restaurant in Cappy Town. The King decides to download a top-class
chef by the name of Monsieur Goan. A full course dinner prepared by Monsieur Goan is so good and affordable that everyone
in Cappy Town wants to eat there instead of at Restaurant Kawasaki. Tiff encourages Chef Kawasaki to add new items to his
menu in order to compete with the new eatery. Kawasaki agrees, and Kirby helps him to put together a spicy new recipe. But,
will it successfully attract people back, or will Kawasaki's restaurant be out of business for good?
Episode 28: Hatch Me if You Can
After a good night's sleep in Tokkori's nest, Kirby wakes up and realizes he is laying on top of an egg. Nobody, including
Kirby, knows where the egg came from, but Kirby wants to protect and keep the egg warm until it hatches. The egg begins to
crack and shake and a Mini Galbo is born. It's a very strange looking creature. Mini Galbo becomes uncontrollable, and it
runs amok through Cappy Town eating up all of the food. Cappys are getting annoyed by Mini Galbo and they expect that Kirby
will discipline it, but it's unlike Kirby to be serious. Will Kirby be able to teach Mini Galbo to control itself or will
it continue to create havoc in Cappy Town?
Episode 29: Cappy New Year
The villagers of Dream Land are busy talking about their New Year's Eve celebration when suddenly, there is an announcement
from King Dedede that he is planning a huge extravaganza this year. The night is to begin with a parade and floats, then conclude
with a fireworks display. Villagers are delighted to hear the King's exciting news however, he then announces that no one
except himself will be allowed to participate in the planning. This makes the Cappys very angry. So, despite the King's order,
they all ban together to organize their own celebration. King Dedede and Escargoon smile mysteriously when they see villagers
eagerly working away. Will Kirby and his friends have a peaceful New Year's celebration or is there a conspiracy behind the
New Year's Eve display?
Episode 30: Abusement Park
King Dedede invites everyone to attend a party at Dream Land's very first amusement park. Cappys are thrilled by the news,
especially since Dedede guarantees to provide lots of food and fun, all compliments of the King. Everyone including Kirby,
race to the castle to discover all that's been promised plus loads of games, rides, and a parade. Topping the days festivities
is the main event--the karaoke competition. To entice Kirby to enter the contest, the King announces that the winner is to
receive a big cash award plus a year's worth of watermelons--Kirby's favorite. Although, if Kirby stands any chance of winning,
he'd better brush up on his singing ability. Or maybe, talent has nothing to do with the competition at all...
Episode 31: The Kirby Derby - Part I
Tuff purchases a go-cart from the toy store, and he decides to take
Kirby for a spin. It's so fast it easily surpasses King Dedede's car. Being the competitive King that Dedede is, he orders
a super deluxe car from Night Mare Enterprises and announces that he will hold Dream Land's very first Grand Prix. As everyone
in Cappy Town anxiously prepares, Tiff gets the feeling that the King's real purpose of the race is to somehow get rid of
Kirby. She puts every effort into keeping Tuff and Kirby from racing in the Grand Prix however, Meta Knight seems to have
a different plan for Kirby. He suggests that they fix Kirby's broken spaceship and join the race, but will Kirby be able to
hone his piloting skills in order to successfully compete?
Episode 32: The Kirby Derby - Part II
Finally, it is the day of the Grand Prix. Contestants are geared
up and ready to race. They'll leave from Cappy Town, traverse through the forest, farms and canyons and return back to the
town. Of course the King attempts to interfere with the race to keep Kirby from winning. Even with Meta Knight's help, Kirby
is struggling. Will Kirby be able to fight back against the King's usual antics? Who will prove to be victorious and come
out on top? The winner may not be who you think.
Episode 33: A Recipe for Disaster
Tiff and Tuff are skeptical when Chef Shiitake arrives at Restaurant
Kawasaki. The last time they encountered him, it was the monster Popon in disguise. But this time it is the real Chef Shiitake,
Chef Kawasaki's former cooking teacher. He has come to put Kawasaki's cooking ability to the test. But when he fails to please
the master chef, his frying pan and the restaurant sign are taken away. Chef Shiitake sees that Kawasaki has learned nothing
from studying along side him, and doesn't think Kawasaki deserves his own restaurant. Meanwhile, King Dedede hears about the
Chef's arrival and invites him to stay at the castle. The King, overjoyed by Shiitake's gourmet cuisine, gives him his own
"all about cooking" show on Channel DDD. But when Tiff and Tuff sneak-a-peek in Chef Shiitake's bag, they uncover the secret
behind his tasty cooking, a Gijira extract. It is used to make any dish taste hands-down delicious. Is Chef Shiitake really
Episode 34: Junk Jam
When heaps of garbage suddenly appear in Dream Land, everyone is sure that King Dedede
is behind it. But, the King persistently denies his involvement. Mayor Len and Chief Bookem argue over who's responsible for
taking care of this problem. In an effort to help out, Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby decide to stay up all night to catch the suspect.
They discover that aliens have been coming to Dream Land in their spaceship to dump garbage. Meanwhile at Castle Dedede, the
King complains to the N.M.E. that Dream Land is overflowing with trash. It turns out that in return for not paying down his
outstanding balance, DDD gave permission to Night Mare Enterprises to allow the waste to be dumped in Dream Land. The King
doesn't have the funds to pay, but also doesn't want any more garbage to pile up, so he downloads Fire Lion to incinerate
the garbage. But Fire Lion becomes out of control, and it's up to Kirby to save the village from getting burned to ashes.
Episode 35: Watermelon Felon
King Dedede and Escargoon follow Kirby around with a camera hoping to catch him breaking the law. But Kirby's got nothing
to worry about, since he hasn't done anything wrong. So the King takes store surveillance footage of Kirby helping someone
with their groceries, and creatively edits it to make it look like Kirby was shoplifting. Then, the King airs the footage
on Channel DDD in an attempt to smear Kirby's reputation. Since Cappys see Kirby being mischievous everyday, they come to
believe the possibility that Kirby is in fact a thief. Tiff doesn't believe the King and his incriminating tape at all, and
tries to clear up the misunderstanding. Can Tiff help prove Kirby's innocence when he's put on the stand, in a court of law?
Episode 36: Escar-gone
As King Dedede thumbs through the N.M.E. catalog, he finds a super dangerous monster that should clobber Kirby for good.
But when the download is complete, all he sees is a ball of light resembling a firefly. The very perplexed King complains to Night Mare Enterprises that
something went wrong with the download. What the King doesn't know is that not only did he actually download the monster Erasem,
but Escargoon becomes the victim---instead of Kirby. The next morning, Dedede doesn't recognize Escargoon and kicks him out
of the castle. In fact, no one in Cappy Town seems to remember Escargoon. However, the stranger is in so many old photos that
everyone begins to wonder if Escargoon is someone they really know. When Tiff tells Meta Knight about Escargoon, he tells
her that a monster might be behind this. When Erasem attacks its victims, they become unfamiliar to anyone they've ever met.
Is Escargoon destined to be forgotten for good?
Episode 37: Monster Management
Hundreds of small monsters suddenly appear, and are causing a whole lot of ruckus in Cappy Town. Although Kirby tries to help by sucking up monsters, there are just too many to swallow.
Kirby quickly becomes very worn out. When Knuckle Joe shows up, Tiff and Tuff cannot believe it when they find out he's been
appointed Monster Manager for Night Mare Enterprises. After all, Knuckle Joe had promised to battle on the side of the good
guys after fighting against Kirby his first time in Cappy Town. But now, Knuckle Joe only cares about keeping his bosses happy.
So he downloads their strongest monster, Masher. When Knuckle Joe and Masher tag-team their attacks, will Kirby have any chance
of winning a battle two against one?
Episode 38: Prediction Predicament - Part 1
King Dedede becomes terrified of Kirby after having a nightmare that Kirby is a giant, fiery monster with fangs and chasing
after him. So the King visits Mabel, the town fortune teller, and learns the monster that's haunting him is his conscience. She tells Dedede the fireball
is something that lives in his mind, and stems from a promise he has not kept. The King is not happy with Mabel's prediction
and is still afraid of the mean ol' Kirby monster. He does everything he can to stay awake and keep from having scary Kirby
dreams again. The King finally orders the monster Fridgy to freeze Kirby, but his efforts are dampened when Fire Kirby fights
back and defeats the monster. Then Mabel foresees that the fireball in King Dedede's dream is really an asteroid that's on
course to crash into Dream Land!
Episode 39: Prediction Predicament - Part 2
Mabel confesses she made up the story that an asteroid is speeding through space toward Dream Land, just
to scare King Dedede. Therefore, the Cappys aren't at all worried that danger lies ahead. However, they begin to notice unusual
occurrences, such as the rumbling volcano and small earthquakes. After turning to Kabu for advice, he warns the Cappys of
much destruction. Everyone soon realizes that Mabel's prediction is true and the asteroid will actually hit Dream Land in
48 hours. Cappys give up all hope meanwhile, Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby try to find a way to avoid the collision. It's up to Kirby
to throw the asteroid off course before it strikes the planet!
Episode 40: Sheepwrecked
Tired of being treated unfairly, one bad sheep in the Mayor's flock leads the rest in a revolt against Dream Land.
The rebel sheep convinces all of the other sheep that they have been dominated for too long and the time has come to defeat
their oppressors. As they behave like fierce wolves, the sheep head for Cappy Town and begin to destroy everything. Once they
have all of the Cappys surrounded at the castle, the bad sheep explains that it was once a meek and mild sheep, but past tragic
experiences have changed his attitude towards others. Will the town be forced to let the sheep live freely, or will the whistle
get blown on their plan to rule the land?
Episode 41: War of the Woods
King Dedede is determined
to build his own golf course. His failed attempt to conquer Whispy Woods in the past has lead him to target the eastern part
of the forest. Meanwhile, Whispy Woods senses his old friend Acore, an 800 year old tree living in the east, is in grave danger.
So Whispy solicits help from Tuff and Kirby to help protect it. Can the gang save Acore from Dedede's dream for demolition,
or is the threat the forest faces far more powerful than they anticipated?
Episode 42: Pink-Collar Blues
Fed up with the Waddles
Dees level of service at the castle, King Dedede fires his entire staff. And as a replacement, he downloads a domestic servant
robot to run the castle. The King, impressed by the excellent work ethic of this robot, is not at all worried about the loss
of more than 1000 of his loyal servants. Unbeknownst to the King, the robot was sent by Night Mare Enterprises to steal money,
tricking King Dedede into fulfilling his financial obligation.
Episode 43: Tourist Trap
King Dedede conjures
up a surefire way to wealth, pulling out all the stops to turn Cappy Town into a top-rated tourist destination. However when
the tourists arrive, they quickly become bored and chaos ensues with garbage and graffiti beginning to fill every corner of
Cappy Town. The King decides to liven up their trip by downloading a fire monster, which in turn heats things up. However,
the King's usual antics fall short when Kirby puts an end to all the excitement.
Episode 44: A Novel Approach
King Dedede builds a new school that teaches the craft of magic. But when he brings in the author of
the best-selling book "Pappy Pottey" to instruct the class, things get out of control.
Episode 45: Snack Attack -- Part I
A candy-toy craze is sweeping Cappy Town when N.M.E. introduces a whole new line of monsters. And to
start things off, the first batch are disguised as chocolate!
Episode 46: Snack Attack -- Part II
When the monsters transform into Dedede's Martial Arts All-Stars, Kirby battles all five of them in a
Episode 47: Cartoon Buffoon
Dedede opens an animation studio to produce his own TV program. But, when the production crew isn't looking,
Dedede makes himself the star and Kirby look like the bad guy.
Episode 48: Don't Bank on It
Dedede puts a spell on voodoo dolls, and distributes them around town. But his plan to brainwash Cappys
into giving him money backfires, and he's back to where he started--broke.
Episode 49: Kirby Takes the Cake
It's Kirby's one-year Anniversary of landing in Cappy Town. The whole town secretly plans a surprise
celebration, but King Dedede's monster crashes the party.
Episode 50: Air Ride-in-Style -- Part I
N.M.E. sends an intergalactic spaceship to attack the castle and capture the Warpstar. Just when Kirby
and friends barely escape, four enemy riders on different Air Ride machines go after Kirby...
Episode 51: Air Ride-in-Style -- Part II
When the Warpstar becomes damaged, Kirby must use his new abilities to overtake the Air Ride machines
and wipe the enemy out. But, does Kirby have a fighting chance against these challengers?
Episode 52: Scare Tactics - Part I
Every Halloween, Cappys participate in a "spook out," and whoever makes it through the woods unspooked
finds a buried grand prize. Will Kirby and his friends survive the sinister game?
Episode 53: Scare Tactics - Part II
Unknown to the gang,
DDD takes over the spook out and uses it to run his own ghastly games. But when a storm breaks out, everyone is forced to
seek shelter in a mysterious and menacing mansion.
Episode 54: One Crazy Knight
A chivalrous knight from another planet, on a mission to rid the galaxy of wicked monsters, crash-lands
in Cappy Town and gets a second chance to battle Windwhipper--a monster from his past.
Episode 55: Sweet and Sour Puss
A monster invades DDD's body taking away his ability to get angry, despite all the harm everyone is inflicting
on him. However, the monster is storing DDD's anger for a mega-attack on the castle.
Episode 56: Dedede's Pet Threat
King Dedede's adorable pets, sent from Night Mare Enterprises, grow into monstrous Scarfies with a voracious
appetite for Kirby.
Episode 57: A Half-Baked Battle
Dedede gets hit in the face with a pie on his cooking show, which inspires a gigantic pie fight among
the Cappys. But DeDeDe's using the pie fight to cover up his real scheme to get Kirby.
Episode 58: eNeMeE Elementary
The kid Cappys are caught painting graffiti on the castle so Dedede opens up a school to teach them a
lesson. But the teachers at the academy suddenly turn evil, and a magic hat is to blame.
Episode 59: The Meal Moocher
Fed up with palace food, Dedede creates a game show that lets him sample the cappy's home-cooked meals.
So everyone in town gets busy cooking to compete for the million dollar jackpot.
Episode 60: Treasured Sword 'Gyarakushia'
Episode 61: Fattening is Cruel! Snack Junkie!
Episode 62: It is High, to Fortune Telling, but to Fortune Telling
Episode 63: As For Cold of Teacher Running Balance it is!
Episode 64: Kirby New Year
Episode 65: Knuckle Joe Escapes!
Episode 66: The Wandering Pengi
Episode 67: Monster Teacher 2
Episode 68: Tournament! Delivery Times
Episode 69: Echo Tour of Whispy Woods
Episode 70: Legend of Sir Tokori
Episode 71: Glued! Whale Watching
Episode 72: Waddle Dees For Sale
Episode 73: Turn! Revolving Sushi
Episode 74: Mosugabaa's Counterattack!
Episode 75: Dream of Dinosaur's Paradise - Part 1
Episode 76: Dream of Dinosaur's Paradise - Part 2
Episode 77: Royal AcaDededemy
Episode 78: Launch! Escargoon-Robo!
Episode 79: Bonker's Appears!
Episode 80: Strong! Drink Rhapsody
Episode 81: (Title Unknown)
Episode 82: Combining Robot
Episode 83: Monster Teacher 3
Episode 84: Curio's Secret Treasure
Episode 85: Ultraviolet Rays of Mystery
Episode 86: Pupil Confrontation! Cook Nagoya!
Episode 87: Attack! Crow Kitchen Corps!
Episode 88: Escargoon's Nudity
Episode 89: Otaku Anime! Tiff's Star
Episode 90: Blast Running! The Dedede Race - Part 1
Episode 91: Blast Running! The Dedede Race - Part 2
Episode 92: Waddle Dee's Great Food Culture Revolution
Episode 93: Kirby Appreciation Day!
Episode 94: Escaped Animal Demon Fanfan
Episode 95: Devil Kirby!
Episode 96: Crisis the Warp Star - Part 1
Episode 97: Crisis the Warp Star - Part 2
Episode 98: Takeoff! Battleship Halberd!
Episode 99: Destruction! Nightmare's Giant Fortress
Episode 100: Fly! Kirby of Star