Nobuo Tobita as Chef Kawasaki
Trouble is brewing on the planet Popstar, and it's in the form of a giant octopus that's eaten a herd of sheep! King Dedede claims to know nothing about this monster, saying the only thing fitting the description is his new pet octopus. But the people of Cappy Town don't believe him. The wise ancient Kabu says a Star Warrior named Kirby will come to solve their problem. Sure enough, he does, although he isn't what the Cappies expect. That night, the mysterious Meta Knight makes his entrance and shows off what Kirby can do! Kirby uses his inhaling-and-copying abilities to defeat the octopus monster!Read More
Tiff and Tuff get a letter from Metoknight, and it says he wants to have a duel with Kirby. Durring the duel between Kirby and Metoknight, Kirby uses Pysco Attack but Metoknight is too strong, and it does nothing. Kirby gets badly defeated. Kirby falls asleep. But then, Kirby strikes back and turns in to Sword Kirby, and defeats Metoknight.Read More
King Dedede orders Fololo and Falala to split up, but they refuse. Then they go to sir Ebrum and Lady Like to ask where they came from, but they quickly change the subject. After evrey one leaves, they recall howw Dedede dropped them in their laps and ordered them to take care of them, then found out they were actually from a monster named Fofa. Kirby is found listening to them. Meanwhile, Dedede orders a monster called Splice and Dice. Splice 'n' Dice finds Kirby and cuts him into a male and female Kirby. Fololo and Falala carry the Kirbys off. S 'n' D reconizes them as Fofa and tells them he split them up and sent them to Dedede a few years ago. After a wacky chase, Tiff and Tuff steal S 'n' D's Sun Rod witch can put them back together. They put Kirby back together, who sucks up S'n'D's cutter rod and becomes cutter Kirby. Kirby easily defeats S'n'D, but the Sun rod is destroyed before they put Fololo and Falala together. But they don't mind, they like being apart.Read More
As a reward for being N.M.E's best coustemer, N.M.E sends Dedede a pile of pillows that give people nightmares about Kirby. He announces on TV he's giving out the pillows and, dispite Tiff's objections, evreybody gets one. Eventually, Tiff breaks down and gets one too. That night, evreyone has nightmares about Kirby from previous episodes. Eventually it brainwashes evreyone, but Tiff, Tuff, Metaknight, Sword, & Blade are able to resist it. They rush to Kirby's house where a mob is breaking in. Meta Knight, Sword, and Blade cut open the pillows and find Notties, creatures that causes dreams. Tokkari comes out and says Kirby was asleep all day and didn't get a pillow, and evreyone is relieved.Read More
Dreamland Is Always Peaceful...Well, Not Today. When King Dedede Has His Picture Taken, A White Image Hovering In The Background Appears In The Photo. The Worried King Dedede Visits The Town's Fortune Teller Who Informs Him That The White Image Is A Ghost And It Is Living In The Castle. King Dedede Rushes Back To The Castle When Suddenly, The Drawbridge Starts Moving Up And Down By Itself. Even Though The King Pretends To Be Strong, He Is Beginning To Get Scared. Sir Ebrum And His Family Tell The King That They Also Have Seen The Ghost. People Get Suspicious That The Ghost Is A New Monster Purchased By King Dedede. King Dedede Didn't Purchase The Ghost, But He Does Want To Purchase A Monster To Get Rid Of The Ghost. Unfortunatley For Him, He Hasn't Paid Off His Outstanding Balance And Night Mare Enterprise Rejects The King's Delivery Request. Now King Dedede Is Left To Chase The Ghost All By Himself. He Tries To Pretend That The Ghost Doesn't Exist, But He Can't Stop Shaking In Fear. KRead More
It's a VERY hot day in Cappy Town, so King DeDeDe decides to order up an N.M.E monster, but all he gets is a pint-sized dragon. The dragon uses his power, to freeze. Everybody takes notice to this change in weather. They then realize what's going to happen, so Kirby (and his new friend Chilly) must destroy the (grown up) dinosaur. Can he do it, or will Cappy Town be struck with the new Ice Age?Read More
Capppy Town is excited to find out a princess is visiting.King DeDeDe meets her and is quickly smitten.So he plans to impress her by singing a song & asking her to marry her.But the princess' guard Captain Vee protects her from DeDeDe and that makes the king angry enough to challenge Vee to a fight and when he was close to losing,he pulls out a NME monster to fight while Kirby wants to help Vee.When the fight was over and King DeDeDe loses,Vee reveals that she is really the princess and that the princess was really her lady-in-waiting.Read More
King Dedede orders a monster. This one being a red/crimson colored wolf-like creature. King Dedede tells it to go destroy Kirby, but it's response was a snarl, and it jumped over his head. The NME salesguy explains to DDD that it doesn't take to orders very well. Wolfwrath, the wolf-like creature, sprints right past Sword and Blade. ""Was that . . . Wolfwrath?"" Sword Knight asks. ""We've gotta tell MetaKnight!"" And so the two run off. Well, Kirby and Tuff are playing their version of soccer, while I think Tiff is just watching. Suddenly, though, as the ball is kicked in the air, Wolfwrath jumps out of no where, grabs the ball in his mouth, and pops it with his fangs. MetaKnight suddenly jumps out from behind the water fountain near the area where Tuff and Kirby were playing. Sword and Blade show up on the scene. MetaKnight tells them to get Tiff, Tuff and Kirby to safety. Well, the two knights wander off with the three kids near them. So now MetaKnight faces Wolfwrath. ""So, we meet againRead More
Dedede hides a Golba egg under a sleeping Kirby so that when the egg hatches, Kirby will develop a bond with it. The baby Golba that hatches becomes fast friends with Kirby, but it has an appetite even more out of control than Kirby's and terrorizes Cappy Town by eating all the food. The citizens order Kirby to take the creature away, but then Dedede sends in a full grown Golba to attack! Unfortunately, his bond with the baby Golba is making Kirby not want to hurt the full grown one. Can Kirby overcome this and defeat the Golba before he's fried to a crisp?Read More
The Villagers Of Dreamland 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 Firework Display. The 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 Years Celebration Or Is There A Conspiracy Behind The New Years Eve Display?Read More
The REAL Chef Shiitake comes to Cappytown, and decides to open his own restaurant after tasting his former student's cooking. However, Tiff believes there is more than meets the eye (or in this case, the mouth) to the master chef's food, and decides to investigate. Then there's the matter of Triple D's new monster, Cobgoblin...Read More
King Dedede and Escargoon videotape Kirby eating watermelons and roaming about town in hopes of catching him breaking the law. When Kirby does nothing wrong, they edit the footage and air it on the new show, ""DDD Undercover"", in hopes of turning the townsfolk against Kirby - and selling their new line of DDD products!Read More
Knuckle Joe returns to Dreamland, this time as the new Monster Manager at NME, and sends King Dedede a multitude of monsters non-stop. With Kirby's hands (and his mouth) already full handling the mini-monsters, will he be able to take on both Knuckle Joe and NightMare Enterprises' strongest monster, Masher? Or does Knuckle Joe have something else in store for Dream Land?Read More
Dedede keeps having a nightmare in which Kirby attacks him. When he goes to Mabel to see what it is about, he is stopped by the towspepole, who demand to know why Dedede hasn't built the park he promised. He ignores them and goes to Mabel, who says that it is because his consince. Meanwhile, Sammo reveals to Tiff that Mabel is just a wise woman, not a fortune teller. Mabel, with Tiff, sneeks into Dedede's observatorty, and looks into the telescope. King Dedede orders a manster named Chilly to destroy Kirby, which is defeated by Fire Kirby. Mabel shows Dedede his nightmares are a premenition of an asteroid heading to earth. Dedede finally falls asleep, and Mabel tells the kids it's really coming...in a thousand years! However, N.M.E just can't wait... TO BE CONTINUEDRead More
With the impending doom of the asteroid coming MUCH sooner than 1000 years, Dream Land decides to enjoy what time they have left. King Dedede, not wanting to go with a dirty conscience, decides to build the park he'd promised, and spends what would be his last day alive with Kirby, being nice to his subjects for once. But, as the asteroid gets too close for comfort, Tiff gets a plan that just might save them from their final fate. Castle Dedede cannons and Kirby ready, can they pull it off?Read More
Whispy Woods warns Tuff, Kirby, Tokkori, and their friends of a premonition he has: His wise old friend, Acore may be in some sort of danger. Tuff agrees to help, only he is unsure of the exact danger: a gang of forest animals that claim to be protecting the sleeping Acore, King Dedede and Escargoon, or a nasty rainstorm that's approaching Dreamland. After a brawl with the animals (and with some advice from Coo and Tiff), they discover the true danger is indeed not the animals. But is Triple D more dangerous than Nature itself?Read More
Tired of the inept and slow Waddle Dees that act as his servants and guards, King Dedede orders a servant robot from NightMare Enterprises. When Waddle Doo asks for one day off for the Waddle Dees, King Dedede fires them all. They pack up and leave, and choose to keep their intentions secret, even from Tiff, Tuff and Kirby. However, back at the castle, the robot can't handle everything at once... mainly because it's busy stealing the castle's treasures to pay off Triple D's bill to N.M.E.Read More
King Dedede attempts to make Dream Land a popular tourist destination for the NightMare Enterprises magazine. But Dream Land is just too ordinary for the tourists that visit, and the tourists themselves seem to cause more trouble than Dedede can handle. So while he makes Tiff the new head tour guide, he also plans to spice up the trip (and barbecue Kirby) with his new monster, Flame Feeder.Read More
There's a problem in the castle! King Dedede's ratings for Channel DDD have gone to zero. King Dedede learns that the cause of this is the book ""Pappey Pottey and the Fool's Stone"" (a parody of ""Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone""). King Dedede swipes a copy, but it's useless to him, as... HE CAN'T READ! Escargoon takes off with the king's copy, and Dedede listens in as Tiff reads to her friends and Tuff. When King Dedede learns later that nobody finished the book yet, he snatches every copy, and bans the book from Dreamland. That done, he then somehow downloads the author from NME, and she suggests they turn the castle into a magic school. After turning out to be moreinterested in money than the spirit of writing (or her fans), she decides they should play a game on flying brooms... with Kirby as the ball! Before things get too far out of hand, Meta-Knight appears with... the author? Exposed, the fake author reveals her true form, the Broom King, who even fooled Dedede, and was senRead More
A mysterious evildoer, fed up with villains losing every episode, steals the broadcast codes for the FoxBox, breaks it up, and gives the pieces to King Dedede, Dial Bolic of the dMp (of ""Ultimate Muscle""), Dr. K (""Cubix""), Dr. Ivo Robotnik (""Sonic X""), and the Shredder (""Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles""). The Funky Cops overhear this evildoer's plans, and meanwhile the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, after showing a preview for ""Shaman King"", head off to find the parts of the code. Kirby, Kid Muscle, Cubix, and Sonic Hedgehog are along for the ride. Can the heroes, with the help of the millions watching this special, save their Saturday morning block, or will the villains be victorious for once? Well... how much do you want to bet on the former?Read More
Tuggle, the grocery store owner, and Gangu, the toy shop owner, decide to combine Tuggle's chocolate candies and Gangu's Star Warrior toys, neither of which sell well alone. The result is a new craze to Cappytown - chocolate capsules with the mini-figures inside! Everyone wants them for the thrill and suspense of collecting figures, from the common Troopers to the rare Star Warriors (including Tuff's Golden Star Warrior, and Iro's Meta-Knight), except Kirby, who is given the chocolate. But King Dedede gets in on the act, and gets arrested for trying to steal Iro's figure. When he gets out, he decides to get even by ordering up new toys from who else - NightMare Enterprises. The new figures are a martial arts series that just literally dropped from the sky. Everyone wants them, in hopes of getting the figures seen on TV. But the ad says to leave them in moonlight to make them grow. They grow alright - right into small but fearsome fighters that begin attacking everyone in sight...Read More
When we last left off, Dream Land's residents were being beaten senseless by the martial arts figures from Dedede's batch of chocolate capsules. The citizens find out that these figures are destroyed by a solid hit, so they all run for Kirby's house to enlist his help in eliminating them. Before that can happen, King Dedede challenges Kirby to do battle with his fighters - the figures everyone wanted to get, which are a boxer, karate master, Tai-Chi master, Sumo wrestler, and a ninja with nunchuks. At first, it's a five-on-one beatdown in Dedede Stadium (which is just a stadium built in the castle courtyard). But Kirby sucks up their attacks to become Fighter Kirby, and takes them on one-on-one. Meta-Knight says Kirby will learn the true mastery of his powers when pushed to his limits, but even then, does Kirby have the power to brawl with the best?Read More
After seeing Tiff display her animation booklet to her friends, King Dedede gets an idea to create his own cartoon. Problem is, none of the Cappies seem to have any skill whatsoever in the fine art of animation, AND King Dedede's got a deadline with NightMare Enterprises to bring the show out, or he'll owe them more money than he has. Add to that Triple D editing the show so that he's the star and Kirby's the monster, and his demanding shcedule for the staff, and the result is a sure-fire chaotic and hilarious mess that even NME won't endorse!Read More
Still in debt to NME, King Dedede hatches a new plan with NME, which results in every citizen of Dream Land receiving their very own Dedede Doll, which Channel DDD claims will bring good luck. And that night, Dedede goes onto his balcony and speaks to Dream Land through the dolls, which the citizens keep at their bedsides. At first, Triple D just plants the message ""Dedede. You Like Me. Dedede You Trust Me."", which leaves some confused Cappies wondering why they're suddenly fond of their ruler. The next nights involve Dedede planting a message for them to leave all their loose change in the doll, then all their money. The citizens do this in their sleep, and on the next two mornings, think they've found extra money. So Dedede opens a bank for them to stash their cash, and he gives his own merchandise as incentive for opening an account. It seems the only citizen unaffected is Meta-Knight, and for once, he wonders if Tiff has any suspicions about this.
However, Dedede is missing money.Read More
Kirby is confused when he wants to play with everyone, but they are all suspiciously busy with something. They all push him out of the way, and so Kirby feels left out. With everyone in town not wanting him around, Kirby goes back to his house to talk with Tokkori, who says that nobody wants to play with Kirby because nobody likes Kirby. Kirby, crushed, gathers up his things and heads for Kabu Canyon.
In the meantime, King Dedede and Escargoon are equally suspicious of the Cappies being so busy all the time, and the King comes down to the idea that the Cappies are planning a revolution against him. Going to his chamber, he gets NME to send him a monster, who ""isn't clear about who is friend and who is foe"". King Dedede and Escargoon then go to town and smash up all the gifts and everything the Cappies were making, trying to stop their plans of a ""revolution"". Tiff explains that they were celebrating Kirby's first anniversary for being in Cappy Town, and the King says that ""he knew thatRead More
King Dedede is sick of wasting money on monsters, as they aren't successful in taking out Kirby for him. However, the NME salesman has a new pitch - if the Warpstar is taken out, then Kirby will be at a severe handicap. King Dedede unwittingly goes along with this idea. Meanwhile, Kirby, Tiff, Tuff, Sir Ebrum and Lady Like are having a nice picnic that is interrupted by the kidnapping of Tiff at the hands of King Dedede and Escargoon. The two bring Tiff in and demand out of her where the Warpstar is located. Tiff keeps mum about it, and Tuff and Kirby soon come to her rescue. Tuff unknowingly tells King Dedede that the Warpstar can be found inside Kabu, and the Triple D and Escargoon rush off to find the Warpstar. Meanwhile, as the three are on their way out of the castle, a massive starship descends and begins to fire its cannons at the castle. Kirby, who is the specific target, struggles to outrun the blasts, but to no avail. Tiff calls upon Kabu to summon the Warpstar, thus Kirby hoRead More
With NME poised and ready to take out Kirby with their Air Ride machines, Kirby is struggling to even keep the Warpstar operating. Formula Star is sent out first, with the rider bearing a long staff. Kirby manages to suck up the staff, becoming Baton Kirby. Then, using his baton, Baton Kirby shoots out a beam, taking control of the creatures body, then flips it around and throws it into the air, destroying it. However, Kirby is exhausted as he returns back down to land in his normal state. Since the Warpstar isn't at full power, Meta-Knight suggests that Kirby uses the Formula Star instead, so Kirby goes along with it and faces off against the Rocket Star rider, who bears a flamethrower. As the Rocket Star warrior shoots a stream of flame, Kirby zooms down by the lake and sucks up the water, becoming Water Kirby. He then shoots out a stream of water to defend against the Formula Star warrior's flames. However, Water Kirby loses control, falling to the ground with the Formula Star destrRead More
Scary things are happening in Dream Land - it's time for the annual ""Spook-out""! At this event, some Cappies found their true love, while most were scared stiff. Of course, no one invited Dedede or Escargoon, so they sneak into the woods to do a little scaring of their own. Between them and the fake ghosts the adults made, almost everyone is terrified that real spirits haunt the woods, including the adults that planned it all. However, Kirby is fearless, and leads Tiff and Tuff to the graveyard (scaring Dedede along the way) to a prize - a medal of bravery. But then the rain pours down, and the group seek shelter in a strange old house - which blows Tuff outside, locking Tiff and Kirby inside. Tuff brings Meta-Knight to help, but is he too late? Small floating glowing orbs have taken some sort of form before Kirby and Tiff. Who inhabits this haunted house?Read More
Where we left off, Tuff had found MetaKnight, and told him of the 'haunted house'. MetaKnight followed Tuff to the strange building, but when they tried to get in, the door was locked. MetaKnight tells Tuff that this mus be the work of NME. Dedede and Escargoon show up as the two hide behind a nearby tree, and easily walk in. MetaKnight throws his sword, stopping the door from closing all the way. Back where Tiff and Kirby are, te two see Dedede and Escargoon walk in. 'I betcha they have something to do with this . . .' Tiff says. 'As well as NME,"" Tuff adds. Tiff turns around to see her brother, followed by MetaKnight.
So the group goes around and plays a prank or two on Dedede and Escargoon. But then things get serious as Dedede and Escargoon enter a room set up to be a 'Kirby trap', or so we hear from the NME Salesguy. Dedede agrees to play 'bait', and Escargoon paints him with red paint, making it look like the penguin's bleeding. The two then set everything up.
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A starship crashlands in Dreamland, and after being investigated by Tiff and Tuff, an old knight emerges. The knight reveals himself as Sir Gallant, a warrior who fights against opression. Of course, new to Dreamland, he's unsure of just who or what is a monster to vanquish, and first believes Tiff, Tuff and Kirby are monsters, but he's half right with Dedede. After being confronted by Sword and Blade, Sir Gallant goes off to inform the Cappies of his intent to save them from Dedede, while Meta-Knight takes his crew to repair Gallant's ship so he can leave quickly. They both make startling discoveries at this point. Gallant discovers that Mabel the fortune teller is the princess he was forced to send away to conceal her from the forces of evil (his advances on the matter serving to only creep Mabel out), but Meta-Knight and crew inform Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby of the knight's secret: He's acting out his fantasies from his favorite comic books. Unforunately, King Dedede and Escargoon haveRead More
Escargoon is at work, placing flowers in a vase by Triple D's bed, singing about how terrible his boss is. When King Dedede hears this, Escargoon expects to get harmed, but for some reason, the King remains quite calm and nice about everything. After several tests, Triple D takes all of them nicely. Confused why the King isn't his regular grumpy self, Escargoon broadcasts a news program on Channel DDD to report to everything that King Dedede has gone insane and is now nice. As the two drive into town, every Cappy in town tries to get Triple D angry by kicking his car, painting him and his car, and smashing him on the head with a hammer. After seeing that Triple D still remained calm and nice through all this, Escargoon decides to hold an event where everyone can take their anger out on King Dedede. At the event that night, even Kirby joins in as everyone tries to make the King angry. As a last resort, Chef Kawasaki feeds Triple D some of his terrible cooking, and after seeing that he cRead More
After a disaterous cooking show on channel D D D in which King Dedede gets hit in the face with a pie, he finds that he has become the laughingstock of the town. He tries to show the citizens who's boss by throwing pies at them, but Kirby ends up eating most of them, so Dedede oreders a monster from NME, who supposedly has an even bigger stomach than Kirby.Read More
After citizens paint graffiti on Dedede's walls, he downloads a school from N.M.E., scaring students by making teachers wear a helmet that makes them mad. During math class, Dedede cheats, and during science the teacher uses explosives. Tiff and Tuff talk about it during lunch. Then, during history, Professor Curio smashes a scroll and announces that Dedede's ancestors ruled Cappy Town. A electric fence prevents the students during gym and they all get homework during gym. Tiff and Kirby sneak in and Meta Knight finds a book of how they built the school. Tiff reads it that night while Kirby sleeps. The next day, Chief Bookem forces everyone to sing. Then during art, everyone but Tiff scuplts Dedede. Kirby gives the hat to Tiff, and when Tuff knocks it out, it becomes a monster. Kirby defeats the monster.Read More
After noticing that there are only three things on the King's menu (taco, hot dog, and burger), Triple D decides that he wants home-cooked meals and decides to make a game show in which he goes to people's houses, and he rates their meals and gives them money accordingly. Triple D starts off at the residence of Sir Ebrum and Lady Like, who get a five star rating, thus getting five million of the Cappy Town currency. Tiff thinks this show is rude, but other people get in on it and work their hardest to get approvals and money from King Dedede. Escargoon learns that because of all the prize money given away, the King can't afford to pay him, so he decides to sabotage Chief Bookem's cooked crab with hot red pepper powder. This makes King Dedede angry, and, with a craving for revenge, orders up a crab monster to wreak havoc. A large crab monster from NME emerges, but is too much for the King to handle as it attacks him and prepares to devour him. Tiff says that Kirby will only help if TripRead More
The Foxbox stars fight eachother. Round 1: Kid Muscle vs Yoh Asakura Yoh gazes at Kid Muscle. Amidamaru comments that he may have muscles, but he doesn't look focused at all. Yoh replies that he's ready to fight.
Meat knows Yoh is not a mindless wrestler, and tries to warn the Kid. But Kid Muscle feels he has nothing to worry about, as Yoh is as thin as a wire. The match starts, and Yoh leaps into the air. The Kid screams in horror as Yoh unleashes a Celestial Slash, sending Kid Muscle flying to the ground and scoring one point. Meat tells him to get up and actually start fighting.
Eventually, Yoh tries that leap again. But this time, the Kid stops Yoh's wooden sword with his hands. Amidamaru is dumbfounded. The Kid then leaps off the ring ropes and punches Yoh in the chest with his fist, scoring one point. He then throws more fists. Yoh dodges each thrust, but the Kid is way too powerful. He executes a spinning back kick, which knocks out Yoh for good. Morty screams in defeat, andRead More
A girl named Sirica comes to Dream Land, thinking Meta Knight stole a sword meant for her mother to claim and left her to die at the hands of a monster named Kirisakin. And upon her arrival, she immediately sets to blasting everything she can to make sure she leaves with the sword Galaxia and defeats Meta Knight. However, there is more to the story than she truly knows, and more than Meta Knight or even Kabu could make her believe... and then there's another problem - King Dedede, scared out of his wits of Sirica, orders a monster from NME, and they send someone both Sirica, Galaxia and Meta Knight apparently know very well...Read More
Ater pigging out on chips meant for Kirby while watching Channel DDD reruns, King Dedede blows up to such a size that he can't even move. After a visit to the doctor for the king, Tiff decides to investigate the chips and learns they have no manufacturer's ID, so they MUST have been made by NME. Unfortunately, Kirby gets into the chips as well, and soon ends up as fat as Dedede. With both of them too bloated to move, the NME Salesguy sends in a tough, hyperactive fitness trainer called Max Flexer... who turns the throne room into a fast-paced aerobic disco show! Max Flexer has to whip them into shape, but some of his methods are far more rigorous (and dangerous) than any normal exercise regimen.Read More
Mabel gets her own fortune-telling show on Channel DDD, making predictions for the day. And with a little help from Samo, Tuff, Kirby, and the Cappy kids, all of her more grisly predictions come true. Of course, the Dream Land citizens will believe just about anything, and soon take heed to her prediction that the world will be swallowed by the sea (which is supported by hr truth of the prediction of the asteroid in ""Prediction Predicament""), and those who want to survive had best follow her.Read More
The NME Salesman has a favor to ask of Dedede... buy a monster or two to boost his sales high enough to make Salesman of the Year at NightMare Enterprises, and he'll even knock off a few extra zeros on King Dedede's bill. Dedede refuses, but the salesman has other ways to get Dedede to ""cough up the money"". And sure enough, the next day all of Dream Land is stricken with a cold, save for the Waddle Dees, King Dedede, Waddle Doo and Kirby. Escargoon jokes that only intelligent beings get colds, and Dedede asks Salesguy if it's true. He lies that it is, and Tiff and Tuff overhear and pretend Kirby's sick to convince Dedede otherwise. Dedede just gets more paranoid. Desperate to prove his intellect, he orders a vial of Cold Virus monsters, which instantly make him sick. However, when it gets too uncomfortable, he wants them gone, but can't pass the cold on to anyone, because they're all ill. He orders a Microtizer to shrink Kirby down to inhale the virus... but Dedede snezes Kirby out befRead More
For the new year, NightMare Enterprises holds a Kirby Quiz show. The teams are: Tiff/Kirby, Tuff/Tokkori, Dedede/Escargoon (surprise surprise...), Samo/Kawasaki, and Mabel/Honey. All questions are related to the past events since Kirby had arrived, his abilities, the monsters he fought, and a few strange bonuses, with a grand prize of a trip to Planet Oahu. Unfortunately, King Dedede's not so bright, or else has a bad memory - he impulsively answers most questions WRONG, and tries to cheat to win. Mabel and Honey also don't fare too well, likely because they weren't there for most of the events. And Salesguy just looks hilarious in his NME kimono.Read More
Knuckle Joe arrives on Popstar badly hurt and Sword Knight and Blade Knight hand him to Tiff and Kirby. When Knuckle Joe wakes up in bandages, he finds his medallion that his father gave him gone. He tells Tiff and Kirby that NightMare Enterprise's strongest monster Masher is back...rebuilt and upgraded to Masher 2.0. When Masher 2.0 arrives on Popstar with his revenge on Knuckle Joe, Knuckle Joe heads out to fight Masher 2.0 with Tiff, Kirby, Sword Knight, and Blade Knight not far behind.
Meanwhile, Tuff, Fololo and Falala, and Metaknight work hard to reclaim Knuckle Joe's medallion from King Dedede as well as a device that'll help Knuckle Joe defeat Masher 2.0.Read More
This episode begins on a summer morning with Tuff waking up and looking out the window. He calls for Tiff and Kirby to come and look. They see snow all over the place, which is unseasonal; it is summer. The cappies ask King Dedede if he's using Ice Dragon again, but he says no, because NME refuses to send him monsters with the expenses he's racked up and not paid. Later in the day, the cappies see a huge iceberg, and a tribe penguins riding on it. Their leader introduces himself as Pengy, leader of the Pengy tribe. He asks if he and the tribe can stick around and enjoy the cold weather, and everyone says yes. The cappies love having the penguins around, but Tiff is suspicious, thinking the Pengy knew about the cold weather before coming. She confronts the leader, who says, nervously, that it was sheer coincidence, but Tiff is skeptical. Late at night, Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby sneak into the iceberg, and Kirby finds a secret entracne. They catch Pengy, making snow and ice, suppoRead More
Tiff gives Chef Kawasaki an idea to improve his restaurant by starting a delivery service with Tuff and his friends doing the deliveries. But when Kirby has a hard time delivering King Dedede's noodles due to he wants to eat the noodles in which he can't, King Dedede orders a delivery monster to do all the deliveries for Kawasaki as well as ruin his restaurant.Read More
King Dedede guides an Eco-tour to cover his latest attempt to wreck Whispy Woods and build his golf course. He inadvertently sets a huge forest fire and the tour group gets trapped in the flames. Can Kirby save Whispy Woods and his forest from King Dedede's inferno?Read More
Intrigued by the NME Salesman's new lunch spot, King Dedede funds Chef Kawasaki to turn his restaurant into a sushi bar (and turn all the profits in for himself). But when the customers' high bills for their all-you-can-eat rotary sushi buffet drive them away the next day, Dedede runs a long sushi converyor belt that rotates around Cappytown, through everyone's buildings, and forbids them to eat anything but the sushi. And, to keep Kirby busy, he serves up an order of a special recipe for hiccups, and a nasty electric squid monster...Read More
In his latest plot to get rid or Kirby, King Dedede is given two captive twins from Popstar's South Sea by NightMare Enterprise who can summon a giant caterpillar monster named Mosugaba. This monster is the protecter of the South Sea Island where the twins were captured from. The arrival of this monster causes everyone to sneeze from it's pollen (including Kirby later on). When Mosugaba spins his cocoon near King Dedede's castle and evolves quickly (thanks to King Dedede, Escargoon, Waddle Doo and the Waddle Dee trying to destroy the cocoon by fire) into a butterfly. It's wings emits dust that causes coughing problems for Kirby and King Dedede. Escargoon, tired of the dust and pollen problems, tells Tiff and Tuff where King Dedede's keeping the tiwns and Tiff and Tuff rescue them. The Twins do their hula which stops Mosugaba from attacking Kirby and the Twins and Mosugaba fly off and return to their island in the South Sea.Read More
Picking up right where the previous episode left off, everyone manages to escape the D-Rex alive, but soon find themselves swarmed by mechanical mosquitoes. And shortly after, they encounter monstrous dinosaurs in various Capy likenesses. while the Cappies are split up and being chased by the dinos, Dedede finds the source - Dr. Moro, who vanished in the last part - and is ready to tear him apart until he learns of his plans for a new dinosaur army, lead by a specific pink menace...Read More
King Dedede orders an energy drink to boost the Cappys' stamina. Then he orders an anti-drink to make them pooped out. If Kirby's energy isn't restored fast, King Dedede's monster could destroy Kirby once and for all. Can Tiff and Tuff restore Kirby's energy with an energy drink in time?Read More
King DeDeDe buys some air conditioners from NME because it is getting too hot. These aren't just any air conditioners but ones that destroy the o-zone. This makes it even hotter. Its even worse for Kirby because his young and pink skin is extremely sensitive. Will Kirby save the environment and himself?Read More
An old cooking schoolmate of Kawasaki's arrives in Cappy Town to visit, seeing if Kawasaki has the skills of an expert chef. Later, King DeDeDe puts both chefs in a cooking contest to see who becomes the permanent chef, and who will leave the town forever...Read More