Phil LaMarr as
The irrepressibly enthusiastic Wubbzy and his pals Widgit, Walden, and Daisy welcome fall in Wuzzleburg as a time for celebrations, dressing up, and a healthy dose of spookiness. Like most preschoolers, Wubbzy and his friends have conflicting feelings about scaring people and being scared--sometimes it's fun, and sometimes it's just plain scary. Wubbzy loves scary movies, but watching before bedtime keeps him awake in "Monster Madness." Even with Widgit's inventive monster mashing machine and lots of reassurance from his friends, Wubbzy has a hard time overcoming his fears and getting a good night's sleep. It's Wubbzy that's intent on doing the scaring in "The Ghost of Wuzzleburg," but it seems that he's not the scariest creature at the local Halloween party. In "March of the Pumpkins," Wubbzy has to overcome his fears and some creepy local legends in order to win the fall festival pumpkin contest and earn a spot at the head of the march of the pumpkins parade. Walden teaches Wubbzy and Widgit a lesson about patience when he forgoes playing in an enormous leaf pile to wait for the last leaf to fall in "The Last Leaf," Wubbzy learns firsthand the perils of acting impulsively when he plays with Moo Moo's magic wand without permission and the magic gets wildly out of control, and flexibility is the key to enjoying the day when Walden's efforts to plan the perfect tea party don't go quite as planned in "Tea for Three." Each of these six Wubbzy episodes features fun, curiosity, friendship, and a wholesome message for young viewersRead More
Wubbzy can't figure out why everyone makes fun of his curzy tail. He tries to hide it but nothing work. Wubbzy opens up Walden's package that has a toy train in it. Wubbzy tries to put it back together but the train gets away.Read More
When Wubbzy gets things prepared to make his special lasanga, he just needs to find the marshmallows. When Walden played his hoopty horn, a special little creature emerges.Read More
A Clean Sweep: Wubbzy decides to goof off and play instead of doing his chores like he was supposed to.
Mr. Cool: Walden, who is a scientist tends to be a little uptight, but he wants Wubbzy to teach him how to be cool and hip.Read More
Widget is saddened by yet another one of her failed inventions. Wubbzy, Walden, and Widget take a journey to Dino Island.Read More
Wubbzy, Walden, and Widget grow very bored with the same old things that they do in Wuzzleburg, so they travel over the mountain to the nearby city of Plaidville. They soon realize that things weren't so bad in Wuzzleburg, and head back. Widget creates a special hat that makes whoever wears it act like Wubbzy.Read More
Wubbzy and Widget think that Walden is hiding something from them, and they follow him all around town to try and figure out what the secret is. It's picture time for Wubbzy, but he ends up getting himself all dirty from playing in the mud puddle before the picture is taken.Read More
Wubbzy helps deliver Valentine's Day cards when the mailman gets sick, but is disappointed when there are none for him. It turns out his friends were only saving the best for last, as they surprise him with cards and gifts after he saves the day.Read More
Widget builds a 30-screen TV and Wubbzy and Walden have to get her away from it because all she cares about is her favorite TV show. Wubbzy decides that the kids act like the characters from the show. The man on the moon is asleep and Widget, Wubbzy and Walden have to fly to the moon to wake him up.Read More
Wubbzy overdecorated the towns Figgity-Fig tree and blows the generator which knocks out the lights. Now everyone must come up with a way to decorate it so it doens't need electricity. Snow Day: Wubbzy and Widget try to fix Walden Woly-bear snow sculpture that was ruined when Wubbzy went sledding into it.Read More
Wubbzy loses the bounce from his tail and is told to stay a home to rest, but making a list of things to do, sets his recovery back. Wubbzy's Big Idea: Wubbzy wants to grow bigger so Walden invents a machine to help him do so, but things go wrong and Wubbzy gets too big.Read More
Widget catches on to the fact that Wubbzy is winning all his games by cheating, so she builds an ultimate robot to teach him a lesson about cheating. Follow the Leader: A group of baby chirpees have lost their mother, until they start to follow Wubbzy who leads them home.Read More
Wubbzy, Widget and Walden are going to get some doodleberry pie, but Wubbzy ends up tripping over a rock, smashes his head, down a hill and ends up getting Knockity-Noggin and being unable to remember who he is. Widget and Walden try help Wubbzy recover his memory, but fail miserably.Read More
Who's That Girl?: Wubbzy heads back to play kickity-kickball with his old gang when he quickly gets bored of every game turning into a dressup game when he is playing with his newest neighbor, Daizy, who moves into the flower shaped house next door.
Wubbzy's Big Move: Wubbzy soon learns that living in the Wubb Club isn't all he thought it was going to be.Read More
Wubbzy & the Fire Engine: Wubbzy ends up in danger when he tries to become a fireman.
Too Much of a Doodle Thing: Wubbzy eats all the doodleberries in town and tries to grow his doodleberries, which soon grow out of control.Read More
Wubbzy and the Sparkle Stone: Wubbzy drops Daizy sparkly ring down a hole and must make his way to the center of the earth to find it and bring it back to her.
Meet the Wuzzles: Daizy gets frustrated when she can't play any instruments, but still wants to join the gang's new band.Read More
Bye Bye Birdies: Wuzzelburg seems to be the place to be when a few migrating birds are having too much fun at Wubbzy's birdwatching slumber party at the Wubb Cub, to want to move on.
Call of the Mild: Wubbzy and Daizy stumble upon a rare and frightened one-horned animal.Read More
Tooth or Dare: Wubbzy attempts to fill in for the toothfairy, who is on vacation, after Daizy loses a tooth. Moo Moo's Snoozity Snooze: Wubbzy tries to wake up Moo Moo the Magician and stop him from casting spells all over Wuzzleburg in his sleep.Read More
The Ghost of Wuzzleburg: Wubbzy dresses as the The Ghost of Wuzzleburg in order to take first prize in the town's Halloween costume contest. March of the Pumpkins: In order to be crowned the Pumpkin King at the Harvest Festival, Wubbzy goes in search of the biggest pumpkin that he can find.Read More
A Great and Grumpy Holiday: Wubbzy stops and nothing to get the perfect Christmas tree that is on old man Grumpus' land. The Super-Special Gift: Wubbzy helps Santa deliver toys, after his trip to the north pole to ask him for Daizy's rainbow for Christmas.Read More
Save the Wuzzly: After all the trees were cut down in the forest, Wubbzy and the gang try to help the Wuzzly bear find a new place to call home. All Bottled Up: In an attempt to recycle, Wubbzy and the gang come up with ways they can reuse their old juice boxes.Read More
Bye Bye Wuzzleburg: Wubbzy is afraid to leave Wuzzleburg after winning the Wuzzleburg Idol. Wubbzy's Wacky Journey: Wubbzy wants to stop at Wacky World Amusement Park, but Walden doesn't want to make any stops on their way to Wuzzlewood.Read More
Wubbzy's Big Makeover: Wubbzy realizes that it's better to be yourself, than something you are not. The Big Wuzzlewood Concert: Wubbzy and his friends join the The Wubb Girlz on stage, after Wubbzy gets stage fright and won't go on.Read More
Ty Ty the Tool Guy helps the gang coordinate a house-rebuilding project for the Quacker family, but soon Wubbzy, Daizy, Widget and Walden were bickering over building leading to messy results, Plan, Build, Flowers, and Toys; chaos erupts when a weird hopping Dipple-Dop runs loose all havoc in Wuzzleburg.Read More