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Series Overview

Color Season Episodes Season Premiere Season Finale
1 15 June 8, 2001 March 29, 2002
2 11 April 5, 2002 December 5, 2003

Season 1 (2001-2002)

No.

Episode Title

Writers

Storyboard Artists

Original Air Date

1a "Eli Whitney's Flesh Eating Mistake" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Alex Almaguer June 8, 2001
1b "Never Look a Trojan in the Gift Horse" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Michael Karnow
Chong Suk Lee
Eli Whitney's Flesh Eating Mistake: While searching for Eli Whitney (who is building flesh-eating robots instead of the cotton gin), time cop Buck Tuddrussel and his robot partner, the Larry 3000, end up at an orphanage in 2001, where they discover an orphaned history buff named Otto Osworth and take him with them to complete their mission.
Never Look a Trojan in the Gift Horse: The Time Squad travel to Ancient Greece, where it is the King of Troy's birthday. The Spartan army brings the fabled Trojan horse to the festivities, but fail to realize that it is supposed to be a trap, not an actual gift.
2a "Napoleon the Conquered" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Brandon Kruse June 15, 2001
2b "Confucius Say... Way Too Much" Michael Karnow
Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Lynell H. Forestall
Napoleon the Conquered: The Time Squad get sentenced to the guillotine when they end up in 18th century France, and Buck mistakes the diminutive leader for a child. Things get more complicated when it's revealed that Napoleon's wife is nagging him around and Napoleon is too cowardly to stop her.
Confucius Say... Way Too Much: The Time Squad help the Chinese philosopher Confucius come up with shorter bits of wisdom.
3a "The Island of Dr. Freud" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Chris Hedrick June 22, 2001
3b "Daddio DaVinci" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Alex Almaguer
The Island of Doctor Freud: The Time Squad must go back to the year 1899 to convince Sigmund Freud to stop hypnotizing his patients and making them act like animals.
Daddio Da Vinci: The Time Squad meet up with famous artist and sculptor Leonardo Da Vinci, who is now a beatnik.
4a "To Hail with Caesar" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Kurt Dumas June 29, 2001
4b "Robin' and Stealin' with Mr. Hood" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Michael Karnow
Brandon Kruse
To Hail with Caesar: After a problem with Tuddrussel messing with the controls, the Time Squad travel to the year 46 BC to rebuild the flimsy city of Rome for Julius Caesar, but by the time the mission's complete, Tuddrussel is hailed the new leader and challenges Caesar to a gladiator match.
Robin' and Stealin' with Mr. Hood: After Otto and Tuddrussel accidentally smash a hole in the golf dome (and try to cover it up from Larry), Time Squad visits Robin Hood, who is stealing from the poor and giving to the rich instead of robbing from the rich and giving to the poor.
5a "Dishonest Abe" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Rob Renzetti July 6, 2001
5b "Blackbeard, Warm Heart" Lynell H. Forestall
Dishonest Abe: Abraham Lincoln grows tired of being honest and upstanding and begins playing pranks on people, and it's up to the Time Squad to give him a taste of his own medicine.
Blackbeard, Warm Heart: The Time Squad go back to the Age of Pirates, where Edward Teach (a.k.a. Blackbeard) is more concerned about saving the environment than looting and pillaging.
6a "Ludwig van Bone-Crusher" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Kurt Dumas July 13, 2001
6b "Tea Time for Time Squad" Alex Almaguer
Ludwig van Bone-Crusher: The Time Squad get sent to the time of the great musician Ludwig van Beethoven, who is now a pro-wrestler fighting other classical musicians turned wrestlers--and Tuddrussel challenges Beethoven to a match to preserve the dignity of wrestling.
Tea Time for Time Squad: After being upset with grumpy Tuddrussel (who just wants a cup of coffee), Larry is delighted to discover that instead of dumping tea into the Boston Harbor, the Sons of Liberty are having civilized tea parties. Tuddrussel and Otto have to convince them into dumping the overtaxed colonial beverage for the sake of all America. To do that they must use coffee.
7a "If It's Wright, It's Wrong" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Chong Suk Lee July 20, 2001
7b "Killing Time" Dave Wasson
Carlos Ramos
Mary Wanley
If It's Wright, It's Wrong: The Time Squad head to 1903, where Orville and Wilbur Wright are incompetent stuntmen.

Note: Between "If It's Wright, It's Wrong" and "Killing Time" a short piece titled "Recruitment" advertising the thrills of being a time cop aired.

Killing Time: The Time Squad finish a relatively easy assignment in helping Nicholas Copernicus become an astronomer instead of a farmer, but the crew ends up waiting until the Larry 3000 can restart his time travel software in order for them to go home. After they finally leave, Copernicus realizes that he knows nothing about astronomy.
8a "Big Al's Big Secret" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Brandon Kruse August 25, 2001
8b "Larry Upgrade" Kurt Dumas
Big Al's Big Secret: The Time Squad travel to 1945, where Albert Einstein is now a brash car salesman in Texas.
Larry Upgrade: After arguing with Tuddrussel over being overworked and under appreciated, the Larry 3000 tries to upgrade himself, but accidentally gets a downgrade and becomes subservient to Tuddrussel and begins serving him nothing but hamburgers.
9a "Every Poe Has a Silver Lining" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Mary Hanley September 21, 2001
9b "Betsy Ross Flies Her Freak Flag" Alex Almaguer
Every Poe Has a Silver Lining: The Time Squad discover that famed horror writer Edgar Allan Poe is now overly cheerful and writing children's books, and must remind Poe of how horrible the world really is.
Betsy Ross Flies Her Freak Flag: While checking up on Beethoven and the Sons of Liberty (from "Ludwig van Bonecrusher" and "Tea Time for Time Squad" respectively), the Time Squad get a report from George Washington, whose troops are with Betsy Ross in her Woodstock-esque hippie farm. However, two members from the Sons of Liberty help save their mission when they bring coffee and get them to help Washington.
10a "The Prime Minister Has No Clothes" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Kurt Dumas September 28, 2001
10b "Nutorius" Mary Wanley
The Prime Minister Has No Clothes: Winston Churchill, the prime minister who led England through World War II, is also leading everyone into being naked--including Larry.
Nutorious: The Time Squad go back to the time of George Washington Carver, who actually is doing what he was famous for in history. The trouble comes when it's revealed that George Washington Carver has an evil twin brother, Todd Washington Carver, out to make George look bad.
11a "Kubla Khan't" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Brandon Kruse October 26, 2001
11b "Lewis & Clark & Larry" Lynell H. Forestall
Kubla Khan't: The Time Squad tries to reform Kublai Khan, who is now a comic book nerd, by ripping up his comics; this only puts Tuddrussel on death row. When Larry and Otto can't get Tuddrussel out, Larry calls Tuddrussel's ex-wife, Sheila (also a time cop) and her robot partner, the XJ5.
Lewis & Clark & Larry: The Time Squad go back to the era of Lewis & Clark, where the exploring duo have broken up. While Larry is left to comfort Lewis, Tuddrussel and Otto find Clark, who become his exploring partners.
12a "Ivan the Untrainable" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Lynell H. Forestall November 2, 2001
12b "Where the Buffalo Bill Roams" Rob Renzetti
Chong Suk Lee
Ivan the Untrainable: After a mission to fix Russian king, Ivan the Terrible, Tuddrussel sneaks Ivan back on the satellite and keeps him as a pet, much to Larry's displeasure.
Where the Buffalo Bill Roams: Instead of helping form the Pony Express, Buffalo Bill is now a crazed conspiracy theorist with his own tabloid magazine that no one reads.
13a "A Sandwich by Any Other Name" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Sahin Ersoz February 1, 2002
13b "Shop Like an Egyptian" Kurt Dumas
A Sandwich by Any Other Name: The John Montagu, Earl of Sandwich gives his new food a disgusting name, 'Stinky pile of poo', (he insists this is his mother's maiden name) ensuring that no one will buy it. Meanwhile the Larry 3000's souffles become a sensation.
Shop Like an Egyptian: A mission to keep Cleopatra from turning the pyramids into a shopping mall proves difficult when Tuddrussel falls in love with her and Larry is eager to help with the project.
14a "Planet of the Flies" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Brandon Kruse March 1, 2002
14b "Keeping It Real with Sitting Bull" Trevor Wall
Planet of the Flies: When Tuddrussel squashes a fly in the Stone Age, it causes a butterfly effect where the future is ruled by giant flies.
Keeping It Real with Sitting Bull: The Time Squad must deal with Sitting Bull, who wants to party with younger people after misinterpreting a vision from his ancestors.
15 "Houdini Whodunit?!" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Alex Almaguer March 29, 2002
15 "Feud for Thought" Gary Hartle
Houdini Whodunit?!: After losing a virtual reality game, The Time Squad on a mission to Harry Houdini who is using his illusions for criminal activity.
Feud for Thought: After Larry stands up to Tuddrussel thanks to a self-help program from the 1980s, the Time Squad go back in time to the infamous feud between the hillbilly neighbors the Hatfields and the McCoys, the latter of which is too cowardly to fight against the former. Things get worse when Larry teaches the McCoys to get along with the Hatfields instead of feuding.

Season 2 (2002-2003)

No.

Episode Title

Writers

Storyboard Artists

Original Air Date

16a "A Thrilla at Attila's" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Trevor Wall April 5, 2002
16b "Cabin Fever" Alex Almaguer
A Thrilla at Attila's: In a parody of Rashomon, Tuddrussel, Larry, and Otto each have different accounts of their mission on turning Attila the Hun from a nebbishy coward into a bloodthirsty fighter and argue over which account to report to their boss.
Cabin Fever: After a brutally violent mission to get jazz player Louis Armstrong back to playing music instead of drilling to the center of the Earth, the Time Squad wishes they weren't called on any more missions. The three get their wish, but soon become bored and descend into madness.
17a "Pasteur's Packs O' Punch" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Ty Schafrath April 12, 2002
17b "Floundering Fathers" Kurt Dumas
Pasteur's Packs O'Punch: Larry gets electrocuted while fixing a fuse and experiences wild shifts in his personality (including acting drunk, becoming violent, and impersonating Jerry Lewis), leading the Time Squad to go back to the time of Louis Pasteur, who is making Kool-Aid-style fruit drinks.
Floundering Fathers: After Otto catches a cold from not wearing a coat during the Time Squad's mission to Russia, Tuddrussel and Larry must complete a historical mission without Otto helping them to solve a mission to get Benjamin Franklin to be an author of the Declaration of Independence.
18a "The Clownfather" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Ed Baker April 19, 2002
18b "Hate and Let Hate" Trevor Wall
The Clownfather: The Time Squad travel to the 1920s, where gangster Al Capone is turning his fellow mobsters into clowns while clowns are getting involved in crime.
Hate and Let Hate: Larry and Tuddrussel get caught up in arguing with each other and don't notice that they left Otto on a desert island following a historical mission.
19a "Love at First Flight" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Gary Hartle June 7, 2002
19b "Forget the Alamo" Brandon Kruse
Love at First Flight: Otto celebrates his birthday on the satellite, but the festivities are short-lived when they must go back in time to cure a mysophobic Amelia Earhart.
Forget the Alamo: The Time Squad are sent to the Alamo, where everyone there (including Tuddrussel's ancestor, Jeremiah) is setting up a party for the Mexican forces rather than defending themselves from them.
20a "Repeat Offender" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Kurt Dumas June 14, 2002
20b "Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma" Brandon Kruse
Repeat Offender: Blackbeard has fully returned to his liberal ways; as a "repeat offender" who will not take his rightful place in history, the Time Squad must imprison him. Before they can do so, they must convince Socrates to be a philosopher, not a fitness trainer.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Monty Zuma: After Tuddrussel hurts Larry's feelings, Otto tries to teach him to be more sensitive while they go on a mission to stop Aztec emperor Montezuma from performing stand-up comedy.
21a "White House Weirdness" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Mary Hanley
Kevin Kaliher
November 8, 2002
21b "Nobel Peace Surprise" Stephen Sandoval
White House Weirdness: In a parody of the original Scooby Doo cartoon series, the Time Squad go back to the 1800s, where the White House is said to be haunted.
Nobel Peace Surprise: The Time Squad go on a mission to stop Alfred Nobel from giving prizes to people who commit evil acts.
22a "Out with the In Crowd" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Sahin Ersoz March 14, 2003
22b "Child's Play" Trevor Wall
Out with the In Crowd: The Time Squad crew decide to go on vacation rather than save Dr. Livingstone from being captured by cannibals, prompting a much cooler Time Squad crew (that happen to be idols in the eyes of Larry and Tuddrussel) to finish the job.
Child's Play: In this self-referential episode, the Time Squad meet William Shakespeare, who is forced by his agent to do kids' plays, and finds inspiration in creating a new play from the Time Squad crew, but things get sticky when Larry acts as a censor and Tuddrussel is too busy coming up with a new catchphrase to do anything about the situation.
23a "Day of the Larrys" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Brandon Kruse March 21, 2003
23b "Old Timers Squad" Ed Baker
Day of the Larrys: Sick of being stuck with the chores, Larry uses his room full of spare parts to make a clone of himself. This starts a chain reaction that leads to a plethora of Larry 3000s, who turn the satellite into a resort.
Old Timers Squad: Larry, Otto, and Tuddrussel become addicted to a trashy 1980s soap opera, but before they learn one of the show's big secrets, the Time Squad must go back in time to force Samuel Morse to invent Morse code. The crew gets a surprise when another Time Squad made up of elderly versions of themselves appears.
24a "Billy the Baby" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Ed Baker March 28, 2003
24b "Father Figure of our Country" Kurt Dumas
Billy the Baby: The Time Squad encounters Billy the Kid, who is literally acting like a kid instead of an outlaw. The Time Squad become outlaws themselves to teach Billy the Kid how to be a criminal, and they end up getting chased by a Clint Eastwood-esque sheriff.
Father Figure of our Country: The Time Squad goes back to help George Washington, who is sick of being famous and wants to be a father. Otto happily fills the role of Washington's son, and while Tuddrussell tries to get Otto back, Larry is too busy shopping in colonial America to intervene.
25a "Ex Marks the Spot" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Trevor Wall April 4, 2003
25b "Horse of Horrors" Kurt Dumas
Ex Marks the Spot: The paths of Tuddrussel's and Sheila's units meet again when their missionees, Johann Gutenburg and Joan of Arc, switch roles. Soon afterwards, Tuddrussel and Sheila start to fall in love all over again, which makes Larry worried that Tuddrussel may ditch him.
Horse of Horrors: After Larry gets a birthday present from Otto (but not before he gets mad at Tuddrussel, who claims that robots don't have birthdays), the Time Squad go back in time to help Paul Revere overcome his fear of horses so he can warn the townspeople of Concord and Lexington that the British are coming.
26a "Floral Patton" Dave Wasson
Michael Karnow
Carlos Ramos
Stephen Sandoval December 5, 2003
26b "Orphan Substitute" Brandon Kruse
Floral Patton: The Time Squad goes back in time to find General George S. Patton running a florist shop, and he recruits the Time Squad to fight back against a rival florist shop.
Orphan Substitute: While on a mission to 2001 to stop George W. Bush from building the world's biggest ball of twine, Otto is taken back to the orphanage from which he came (as seen in the first episode) by Sister Thornly. Without Otto, Larry and Tuddrussel must once again try to complete a historical mission (this time centered on Christopher Columbus) on their own, but when that fails, they scour many orphanages from the past to find a replacement boy genius.

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