Nick Filippi — Director

Episodes 9

September 4, 2001

A trade manager named Renard Dumont makes his trading post where the rhino herd is, causing them to move into gorilla territories. Will the gorillas have to move?

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September 6, 2001

Two leopard-men take the Professor to the forgotten city of Opar, where Queen La is hoping for a king. She refuses the Professor and has the leopard-men to do what they wish with him. Meanwhile, Tarzan learn about men and woman in England and keeps on insisting that ""Jane is the best"". When they find out about the Professor, they all head for Opar, just in time to save the Professor. And when La sees Tarzan she falls head over heals in love and plans to get rid of Jane!

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September 13, 2001

The Professor eagerly awaits the arrival of a Professor Doyle. Upon arrival, all are surprised to find that he's... a she? Professor Robin Doyle had come to Africa to study Keewazi's tribe with the Professor. While they study, they find some of the older men to have quite startling ages (from 500 to 700), and learn about a great fountain. Professor, who feels he's too old for Robin (he likes her), secretly sets forth to find this fountain.

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September 19, 2001

Dr. Robin Doyle returns to the jungle with her nephew Ian, a bookish child with few friends who spends his time collecting butterflies. While Robin and the Professor spend some quality time ""spooning"", the task of entertaining Ian falls to Tarzan, whom Ian sees as a much-needed role model. Lacking any other experience, Tarzan fills the day with activities he enjoyed as a child, and it's not long before the boy's discarded his formal trappings for a loincloth. None of this sits quite well with Jane, though, who worries about the dangers of a small child swinging recklessly from tree to tree -- and what the good doctor will say when she finds out.

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September 23, 2001

Disgusted by the decay near the elephant territory, Jane tries to use an English vine to cover up the scent. But the vines cover up everything and are too poisonous to eat. While Jane and the Professor try to think of a solution, Tarzan invites the elephants to live with the gorillas, but how long can they live together in harmony?

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September 25, 2001

Tarzan's leadership of the gorilla family is challenged by a young silverback male named Moyo, who says that if Tarzan were forced to choose between caring for Jane and caring for the gorillas, he would choose Jane. Moyo wins leadership only when Tarzan sacrifices his in the fight in order to save Moyo's life. The new leader leaves with the gorillas to escape the threat of Histah, a giant python that used to terrorize the gorillas when Kala was young. Tarzan and Jane remain at the treehouse, and Jane tells Tarzan that she understands how Tarzan misses his family, as she misses them too.

Suddenly a baby gorilla named Bibi returns to Tarzan with a message that the gorillas are in trouble. Tarzan and Jane follow and find the family trapped in a tar pit, and at the mercy of the giant snake Histah. Tarzan begins to help Moyo and the gorillas out of the pit, but Histah chases Jane and when Tarzan hears her screams he is torn between saving the family and saving Jane.

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September 30, 2001

Tantor freaks out over bees and runs (and bounces) about until he ends up in the same pool where little Jabari and his mother are drinking water. Then Jabari says that it was the ""All Seeing Elephant"" on Mount Indigo that saved Tantor from near death. Tantor doesn't know what to think, so he goes back to base camp to ask Tarzan, Jane, and Porter whether or not they'd ever heard of the ""All Seeing Elephant."" They all tell him no, but say that it's an interesting idea, though probably not true. Then Tantor accidentally leans on Porter's experimentation table, causing the chemicals to explode, and another near-death experience for Tantor. Tantor then attributes his safety to the ""All Seeing Elephant"" and decides to go on a quest to Mount Indigo to meet him. For Tantor's safety, Tarzan, Jane, Porter, and Terk reluctantly follow. Will Tantor find his ""All-Seeing Elephant""?

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October 2, 2001

Count Nikolas Rokoff hears about a treasure in the valley of the leopards and plans to find it. Tarzan doesn't want to help... until Nikolas threatens to kill Jane if he doesn't.

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October 8, 2001

Tarzan and Jane attend a Waziri wedding (Basuli and his betrothed). Jane is startled at the Waziri custom for the groom to complete a challenge before he is alowed to wed, and she accidentally causes an upset between Basuli's fiance Naoh and Kewazi, the chief. Meanwhile, Tarzan accompanies Basuli on his quest to find an eagle's feather (from a specific eagle), but a lot of accidents happen along the way. Basuli claims that fate is against them, but Tarzan suspects sabotage. So while they are fighting their way to the eagle's mountain, Jane is back at the village trying to patch things up between Naoh and the chief. The story is basically about the importace of tradition vs. the importance of one's personal values, morals and desires.

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