Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future

For the episodes in seasons one to three that were aired in Japan, see List of Doraemon episodes (2005 anime) (seasons 1 - 3).
Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future

The series' title card
Created by Fujiko F. Fujio (original)
Developed by Eric P. Sherman
Voices of Mona Marshall
Johnny Yong Bosch
Brian Beacock
Kaiji Tang
Cassandra Morris
Composer(s) Joseph Bauer
Country of origin Japan
United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 52 (list of episodes)
Producer(s) Eric P. Sherman
Daisuke Kashimoto
Running time 22 minutes (11 per segment)
Distributor TV Asahi
Shin-Ei Animation
Bang Zoom! Entertainment
Original network Disney XD
Original release July 7, 2014 (2014-07-07) – present (on hiatus)
External links
Official website

Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future is the US English adaptation of the 2005 anime that has been airing since July 7, 2014 and has aired a total of 52 episodes as of 2015. Since February 1, 2016 the US adaptation airs bilingually in Japan on Disney Channel Japan.[1] As of June 12, 2016, broadcasts of new episodes in the US are currently on hiatus according to Bang Zoom! Entertainment.


Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (US dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 26 July 7, 2014 August 29, 2014
2 26 June 15, 2015 September 1, 2015

Season 1 (2014)

No. English Title (Original Japanese title translated to English)
Original Japanese title
Directed by Written by Storyboard by Animation director Original Airdate US Airdate Japan Airdate
1 "All the Way from The Future World / The Monster Maker"
"Mirai no Kuni kara Harubaru to / Meka Mēkā" (未来の国からはるばると/メカ・メーカー) 
Soichiro ZenOsamu MiwaApril 21, 2006 (2006-04-21) (Part 1)
November 25, 2011 (2011-11-25) (Part 2)
July 7, 2014 (2014-07-07)February 1, 2016 (2016-02-01)

"All the Way From the Future World" – Noby's life is changed forever when a robot cat (Doraemon) from the future hops out of his desk drawer.

"The Mecha-Maker" – Doraemon's gadget turns Noby's spaceship drawing into a working model, but when Sneech gets his hands on it, it's an all–out, remote–controlled war. 
2 "Transformade / Battle of Dueling Nobies!"
"Henshin, Henshin, Mata Henshin / Boku o Tomeru Nobita" (変身、変身、また変身 / ぼくを止めるのび太) 
August 27, 2010 (2010-08-27) (Part 1)
June 17, 2011 (2011-06-17) (Part 2)
July 8, 2014 (2014-07-08)February 2, 2016 (2016-02-02)

"Transformade" – Noby overdoes it with one of Doraemon's gadgets and has a major identity crisis when he cannot stop changing into different things.

"Battle of the Dueling Nobys!" – When Noby's uncle gives him ten dollars, Noby is of two minds on if he should use the money to buy ramen or a toy model resulting in the misuse of the time machine and multiple Nobys fighting over which choice is better. 
3 "Memory Bread / Lost And Found Fishing Pond"
"Tesuto ni Anki Pan / Otoshimono Tsuribori" (テストにアンキパン / 落とし物つりぼり) 
January 6, 2012 (2012-01-06) (Part 1)
May 13, 2011 (2011-05-13) (Part 2)
July 9, 2014 (2014-07-09)February 3, 2016 (2016-02-03)

"Memory Bread" – Doraemon's plan to help Noby ace his tests by giving him some Memory Bread that allows him to retain whatever information is imprinted on it. However, while getting some extra notes from Sue after failed attempts from Ace Goody (who never uses notes due to his photographic memory), Sneech (whose notes were digital), and Big G (whose notes are covered in a gross substance), Noby ends overeating on snacks with Doraemon forcing him to eat extra Memory Bread. But the episode ends with Noby losing his knowledge after a trip to the bathroom and being forced to eat more Memory Bread much to the dismay of Tammy.

"Lost-And-Found Fishing Pond" – After Noby leaves his mother's bucket by the creek while fishing, Doraemon introduces Noby to a gadget that finds lost items. But when he shows it to his friends and then helps them, Noby and Doraemon learn that some things are better off left lost. 
4 "Noby, The Great Delusionist / My Not So Best Friend Doraemon"
"Kaitō Nobita Sanjō / Boku, Honekawa Doraemon" (怪盗のび太参上! / ぼく、骨川ドラえもん) 
February 15, 2013 (2013-02-15) (Part 1)
July 2, 2010 (2010-07-02) (Part 2)
July 10, 2014 (2014-07-10)February 4, 2016 (2016-02-04)

"Noby, The Great Illusionist" – When Sneech swindles Noby out of a valuable trading card, Noby becomes the Great Illusionist to get it back and decides to get back a comic Big G never returned.

"My Best Friend Doraemon" – Doraemon lends Sneech one of his gadgets which compels people to befriend the owner. Sneech uses it to break Doraemon and Noby's friendship. 
5 "The Lucky, Lucky Cards! / Big G: Master Chef"
"Shiawase Toranpu no Kyōfu / Jaian Shichū" (しあわせトランプの恐怖 / ジャイアンシチュー) 
November 2, 2012 (2012-11-02) (Part 1)
February 10, 2012 (2012-02-10) (Part 2)
July 11, 2014 (2014-07-11)February 8, 2016 (2016-02-08)

"The Not So Lucky, Lucky Cards!" – Noby finds a deck of cards that grants 52 wishes and intense bad luck once only the Joker card remains. Though he manages to give the deck away, learning people are taking advantage by making a wish and giving it away, Noby puts himself in a predicament when his attempt to reclaim the deck results with him being one card away from the Joker.

"Big G: Master Chef!" – Big G's newfound passion for cooking makes his friends lose their appetites, until Doraemon shows Noby an invention that can make any food, no matter what it looks like, taste great. But as Big G learns the hard way, it doesn't only work on food... 
6 "The Woodcutter's Pond / My Pet Pebble"
"Kikori no Izumi / Kawaii Ishikoro no Hanashi" (きこりの泉 / かわいい石ころの話) 
April 8, 2011 (2011-04-08) (Part 1)
August 12, 2011 (2011-08-12) (Part 2)
July 14, 2014 (2014-07-14)February 9, 2016 (2016-02-09)

"The Woodcutter's Pond" – Relating the story of "The Honest Woodman," Doraemon presents a gadget that swaps out common objects for much nicer replacements on the condition that the owner speaks the truth. Sneech and Big G end up misusing the gadget due to their greed.

"My Pet Rock" – After Noby's mother tells him he can't have a dog, Doraemon provides him the next best thing...A pet rock animated by Pet Polish. Pet rocks become a popular fad in Noby's neighborhood, but Sneech runs into a problem with his. 
7 "Doraemon's Time Capsule Part 1 / Doraemon's Time Capsule Part 2"
"Doraemon no Hyakunen Taimu Kapuseru" (ドラえもんの100年タイムカプセル) 
April 27, 2012 (2012-04-27)July 15, 2014 (2014-07-15)February 10, 2016 (2016-02-10)

Noby borrows Doraemon's time capsule for himself and his friends to bury their stuff in for twenty years, unaware that the capsule will send its contents on a 100–year trip through time. After retrieving the capsule 100 years into the past, Noby unknowingly causes another predicament that could alter Doraemon's own timeline leading Doraemon and Noby to travel to the future, to the day Doraemon was born.

Note: This was the first episode with only one half-hour episode instead of the usual two episodes per half-hour. 
8 "Machine Copy Machine! / My Own Yellow Cloud"
"Kikaikaki / Kumo ni Notte Gakkō e" (機械化機 / 雲にのって学校へ) 
November 18, 2011 (2011-11-18) (Part 1)
July 15, 2011 (2011-07-15) (Part 2)
July 16, 2014 (2014-07-16)February 15, 2016 (2016-02-15)

"Machine Copy Machine!" – Doraemon shows Noby a gadget that can copy the abilities of any machine. But in Big G's hands, the gadget brings Noby nothing but misery as he is kept from watching shooting stars with Sue and Ace Goody.

"My Own Golden Cloud" – After watching Journey to the West, Noby learns some very important lessons in cloud–riding. 
9 "Vacuum Cleaner Super Car / Toby's Day Off"
"Doraibu wa Sōjiki ni Notte / Sono Uso Honto" (ドライブは掃除機にのって / ソノウソホント) 
July 2, 2010 (2010-07-02) (Part 1)
August 26, 2011 (2011-08-26) (Part 2)
July 17, 2014 (2014-07-17)February 16, 2016 (2016-02-16)

"Vacuum Cleaner Super Car" – When Sneech won’t let Noby ride in his cousin Stan's supercar, Doraemon presents a gadget that hypnotizes items into believing they are something else. Noby and Doraemon use the item to turn the family vacuum cleaner into a supercar and engage Sneech's cousin in a race to see who has the fastest wheels around.

"Dad's Day Off" – Noby's fibs about how strong his father to his friends gets out of hand after using a device that turns lies into forced truths, resulting in his dad finds himself taking on Big G's dad, then a dozen sumo wrestlers, and ending up a superhero. 
10 "Invasion of the Body Swappers! / Livin’ Up the Dream"
"Minna de Karada o Torikaekko / Yume Kantoku Isu" (みんなで体をとりかえっこ / ユメかんとくいす) 
August 13, 2010 (2010-08-13) (Part 1)
June 14, 2013 (2013-06-14) (Part 2)
July 18, 2014 (2014-07-18)February 17, 2016 (2016-02-17)

"Invasion of the Body Swappers!" – Noby tries to trade smarts and bodies with Sue to get out of homework. But the body–swapping gets out of hand as the rest of Sue is passed on everybody else while Noby ends up with their worst features.

"Livin’ the Dream" – Sneech's boasting about his awesome dreams, which present his friends in a negative light, result in Noby and Doraemon intending to use the latter's Dream Director's Chair in retaliation. However, having fallen asleep prior, Noby's inability to have pleasant dreams inspires Doraemon to take charge and direct Noby's shared dream with Sneech where the former is the hero. 
11 "Escape From Score Zero / Go to the Doctor, Noby"
"Nobita no Reiten Dasshutsu Sakusen / Doraemon ga Jūbyō ni?" (のび太の0点脱出作戦 / ドラえもんが重病に?) 
December 19, 2008 (2008-12-19) (Part 1)
August 31, 2007 (2007-08-31) (Part 2)
July 21, 2014 (2014-07-21)February 18, 2016 (2016-02-18)

"Escape From Score Zero!" – In order to improve his grades, Noby's plot to use the time machine to cheat on a test brings him up against an all–too–familiar foe.

"Go to the Doctor, Doraemon!" – Something is very wrong with Doraemon and it's up to Noby to fix him – from the inside. 
12 "The Skyhorse! / Action Quiz"
"Hashire! Umatake / Kuizu wa Chikyū o Meguru" (走れ!ウマタケ / クイズは地球をめぐる) 
October 21, 2011 (2011-10-21) (Part 1)
January 13, 2012 (2012-01-13) (Part 2)
July 22, 2014 (2014-07-22)February 22, 2016 (2016-02-22)

"The Skyhorse!" – Noby's inability to master stilt–walking results in Big G and Sneech challenging Noby to a race which leads to a thrilling encounter with a creature from the future. But when the Skyhorse arrives it is a lot harder than what it seems and Noby will learn an important lesson.

"Action Quiz" – Doraemon challenges Noby to a quiz game with an Action Quiz machine that has a "shocking" twist. Big G ends up becoming Noby's partner in the quiz when Noby wanted to enlist Ace Goody. 
13 "A-maze-ing House / Worst Birthday Ever"
"Nobike ga Kyodai Meiro ni!? / Shizuka-chan no Saiaku na Tanjōbi" (野比家が巨大迷路に!? / しずかちゃんの最悪な誕生日) 
October 16, 2009 (2009-10-16) (Part 1)
May 24, 2013 (2013-05-24) (Part 2)
July 23, 2014 (2014-07-23)February 23, 2016 (2016-02-23)

"A-maze-ing House" – Tired of their boring old house, Doraemon and Noby use a gadget to turn it into a fantastic maze.

"Worst Birthday Ever" – When a series of mishaps ruins Sue's birthday, Noby and Doraemon become time–travelling ninjas to set things right making sure Sue has the Best Birthday Ever. 
14 "Sequence Spray / The Connection Cap"
"Tsuzuki Supurē / Tomodachi ni Natte Chonmage" (つづきスプレー / 友だちになってチョンマゲ) 
October 26, 2012 (2012-10-26) (Part 1)
June 12, 2009 (2009-06-12) (Part 2)
July 24, 2014 (2014-07-24)February 24, 2016 (2016-02-24)

"Sequence Spray" – To help Noby with his art project, Doraemon gives him a gadget that can make any picture move, but only for a few seconds. It has its downsides too, as Noby and Doraemon soon discover.

"The Connection Cap" – Everyone knows someone who knows someone famous and with Doraemon's new gadget, the gang follows a chain of friends all the way to meet a famous actor. 
15 "Black Hole, White Hole / Surfin’ the Dream Channels"
"Nobita no Machi ni Burakku Hōru / Yume no Channeru" (のび太の町にブラックホール / ゆめのチャンネル) 
December 4, 2009 (2009-12-04) (Part 1)
February 17, 2006 (2006-02-17) (Part 2)
July 28, 2014 (2014-07-28)February 25, 2016 (2016-02-25)

"Black Hole, White Hole" – Noby uses Doraemon's pens gadget to make black hole that sucks things up and then a white hole that releases the item. But when Noby fails to listen to Doraemon, having lost the white pen, a black hole he forgot to erase begins to increase its gravity from sucking in Sneech's comic book, Sneech himself, Big G, Sue's violin, a kettle corn truck, and his own mom.

"Surfin’ the Dream Channels" – Noby can’t sleep and there's nothing good on TV. So Doraemon gives him a TV to tune in to their friends’ dreams. However, Noby feels livid over being portrayed as pathetic in his friends' dreams. 
16 "Doraemon, Squared / Dinosaur Alert"
"Shikakui Doraemon / Kyōryū ga Deta!?" (四角いドラえもん / 恐竜が出た!?) 
February 25, 2011 (2011-02-25) (Part 1)
February 24, 2006 (2006-02-24) (Part 2)
July 29, 2014 (2014-07-29)February 29, 2016 (2016-02-29)

"Doraemon, Squared" – When Doraemon worries that he's not being strict enough with Noby, Dorami appears and gives a special elixir from the future to help him. However, it turns Doraemon into a literal square bent on utter perfection.

"Dinosaur Alert!" – When live dinosaurs appear in the forest just outside town, Doraemon and Noby go back a few days ago to solve the mystery of how they got there in the first place. In the end, it turns out Noby's irresponsibility with a series of gadgets is the cause of it. 
17 "Instant Delivery Magic! / Genie-less Magic Lamp"
"Wasuremono Okuritodokeki / Majin no Inai Mahō no Ranpu" (忘れ物おくりとどけ機 / まじんのいない魔法のランプ) 
December 16, 2011 (2011-12-16) (Part 1)
October 28, 2011 (2011-10-28) (Part 2)
July 30, 2014 (2014-07-30)March 2, 2016 (2016-03-02)

"Instant Delivery Magic!" – Noby uses one of Doraemon's gadgets to convince his friends that he's a great magician. When Noby volunteers as magician for a talent show, he needs Doraemon's help to keep his secret, while Sneech sets out to expose "The Great Nobini" as a fraud.

"Genie-less Magic Lamp" – With Noby wanting to get out of doing his homework, Doraemon shows him a magic lamp gadget that turns whoever the user targets into a genie. However, Noby abuses the gadget where he uses it on Doraemon, Tammy, Sneech, Big G, Sue, and Mr. S. 
18 "Evo-Devo Beam / The Action Planner"
"Shinka Taika bīmu / Sukejūru Dokei" (進化退化ビーム / スケジュールどけい) 
February 10, 2006 June 23, 2006 (2006-06-23)August 18, 2014 (2014-08-18)March 3, 2016 (2016-03-03)

"Evo-Devo Beam" - Doraemon gives Noby a beam that evolves and devolves anything and anyone. Noby starts using it to see what certain animals looked like millions of years ago with unexpected consequences.

"The Action Planner" - Doraemon pulls out a gadget to get Noby to spend his time wisely. It backfires on him when the gadget makes Doraemon follow the schedule no matter what and hunts him down when he tries to run away. 
19 "Experimental Dream Schemes"
"Nobita no Yume Monogatari" (のび太の夢物語) 
January 16, 2009 (2009-01-16)August 19, 2014 (2014-08-19)March 7, 2016 (2016-03-07)
When Noby tries to sleep, Doraemon gives him a gadget pillow that gives him a certain type of dream. Noby repeatedly gives up on each type of dream when things don't go his way only to find out he may have broken it all together. 
20 "Noby's Turn at Bat / The House of Forced Fitness"
"Henshin! Dorakyura Setto / Muriyaru Asurechikku Hausu" (変身!ドラキュラセット / むりやりアスレチックハウス) 
September 17, 2010 (2010-09-17) (Part 1)
July 20, 2007 (2007-07-20) (Part 2)
August 20, 2014 (2014-08-20)February 11, 2016 (2016-02-11)

"Noby's Turn at Bat" - Noby turns himself into a bat using a gadget, but he is unlike the animal in that he can suck out embarrassing memories from his victims.

"The House of Forced Fitness" - Doraemon tries to get Noby to exercise, but his plan backfires when he, Noby's mom and Sneech's mom get trapped in a fitness-crazed house while Noby is away playing baseball. 
21 "Werewolf Cream / Monsters in the House"
"Ookami Otoko Kurīmu / Obake to Kurashita Natsuyasumi" (おおかみ男クリーム / オバケと暮らした夏休み) 
October 19, 2012 (2012-10-19) (Part 1)
August 23, 2013 (2013-08-23) (Part 2)
August 21, 2014 (2014-08-21)March 1, 2016 (2016-03-01)

"Werewolf Cream" - Mom accidentally uses some cream that turns her into a werewolf whenever she looks at something round, and Doraemon follows her when she leaves the house to prevent disaster.

"Monsters in the House" - Doraemon and Noby use a secret gadget that produces monsters. 
22 "King of the Caveman / Moodmaker Orchestra"
"Sekki Jidai no Ōsama ni / Mūdo Moriage Gakudan Tōjō!" (石器時代の王様に / ムードもりあげ楽団登場!) 
February 17, 2006 (2006-02-17) (part 1)
July 15, 2005 (2005-07-15) (part 2)
August 25, 2014 (2014-08-25)March 8, 2016 (2016-03-08)

"King of the Caveman" - Noby travels back to prehistoric times as part of a plot to become King of the Cavemen. His plot doesn't go well as neither Noby or the cavepeople can understand each other and that none of the items Noby brought work. Things get worse when Noby and the prehistoric counterparts of himself and his friends are attacked by a woolly mammoth.

"Moodmaker Orchestra" - A robotic orchestra provides a musical score for everything Noby does, heightening his emotional reaction to even the most mundane occurrences. 
23 "Time Kerchief / A Good Deed in a Weary World"
"Taimu Furoshiki / Kamisama Robotto ni Ai no Te o" (タイムふろしき / 神さまロボットに愛の手を) 
May 13, 2005 (2005-05-13) (Part 1)
October 27, 2006 (2006-10-27) (part 2)
August 26, 2014 (2014-08-26)March 9, 2016 (2016-03-09)

"Time Kerchief" - Noby and Doraemon use a gadget that can age things or make them new. Chaos results when the kerchief falls into Sneech's hands and then Big G's hands.

"A Good Deed in a Weary World" - Doraemon uses a wind-up doll to test people's generosity. The doll has the ability to grant three wishes to the person who treats him kindly who turns out to be Sue.

Note: Alternate name: Shizuka's Show of Support 
24 "Makin' Tracks / Noby the Robot"
"Kyōryū no Ashiato Hakken / Nobi Robo wa Yakutatazu" (恐竜の足あと発見 / のびロボは役立たず) 
February 17, 2006 (2006-02-17) (Part 1)
October 17, 2008 (2008-10-17) (part 2)
August 27, 2014 (2014-08-27)March 10, 2016 (2016-03-10)

"Makin' Tracks" - Noby becomes obsessed with finding dinosaur tracks.

"Noby the Robot" - Noby creates toy robot duplicates of his friends and forces them to do his household chores, which results in trouble when the robots' real-life counterparts find out.

Note: Alternate name: Dino Tracks 
25 "U.F.Yo! / What Day is Today?"
"Miti to no Sōgū Ki / Manatsu ni Fuyu ga Yatte Kita" (未知とのそうぐう機 / 真夏に冬がやってきた) 
October 20, 2006 (2006-10-20) (Part 1)
July 24, 2009 (2009-07-24) (part 2)
August 28, 2014 (2014-08-28)March 14, 2016 (2016-03-14)

"U.F.Yo!" - Noby uses one of Doraemon's gadgets and winds up prank-calling an alien invader, bringing them to his planet and creating the threat of interplanetary war.

"What Day is Today?" - Noby uses an Any Day Calendar gadget to get past the summer heat which he uses to his advantage. 
26 "A Visitor From the Future"
"Mirai Sekai no Kaijin" (未来世界の怪人) 
March 13, 2009August 29, 2014 (2014-08-29)April 27, 2016 (2016-04-27)
Future gadgets being used throughout the town bring a surprise visitor from the future. The citizens try to figure out if it is Noby, Sneech, or Doraemon himself using the gadgets that brought this new person to their town. With a bomb that can destroy the Earth, Noby, Doraemon, Sue, and Sneech must find Big G before he unknowingly sets it off and keep it out of the hands of the futuristic visitor who happens to be a criminal that stole the bag of future gadgets in the first place. 

Season 2 (2015)

No. English Title
Original Japanese title
Directed by Written by Storyboard by Animation director Original Airdate U.S. airdate Japan airdate
27 "Calm Down, Big G! / Hello Martians[2]"
"Maa Maa Bō / Harō Uchūjin" (まあまあ棒 / ハロー宇宙人) 
June 24, 2005 (2005-06-24) (part 1)
May 20, 2005 (2005-05-20) (part 2)
June 15, 2015 (2015-06-15)April 28, 2016 (2016-04-28)

"Calm Down, Big G!" - Doraemon shows Noby a gadget that, when pressed against an angry person's mouth, calms that person's anger, and Noby decides to use it on Big G. Unfortunately, the gadget has explosive consequences when abused, as Sneech learns the hard way when he appropriates it. Gadget introduced: Chill-Out Stick.

"Hello Martians" - When Sneech and Big G devise a scheme to get free frozen yogurt out of Mr. Saucer by reporting false UFO sightings, Doraemon and Noby decide to create their own authentic UFO sighting - a plan that first involves creating their own aliens. Gadget re-introduced: Evo-Devo Beam.

Staff: Director: Yukiyo Teramoto (1 & 2) / Script: Natsuko Takahashi (1), Tadashi Hayakawa (2) / Storyboard: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Yasunari Maeda (2) / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu (1 & 2) 
28 "Attaboy, Noby! / Treasure Huntin' Pork Chop[2]"
"Nobita wa Erai! O Mōichido / Dame Inu, Muku" (のび太はエライ!をもう一度 / ダメ犬、ムク) 
May 23, 2008 (part 1)
August 28, 2009 (part 2)
June 16, 2015 (2015-06-16)May 2, 2016 (2016-05-02)

"Attaboy, Noby!" - Doraemon shows Noby a gadget that can rewind time, and Noby uses it to repeatedly replay a compliment he received from his teacher, Mr. S. The boys end up using it to retrieve a necklace Big G got for his mother's birthday. Gadget introduced: Total Rewinder.

"Treasure Huntin' Pork Chop" - When Big G throws his bumbling German Shepherd, Pork Chop, out of the house, the boys use a gadget to turn the dog into an expert treasure-sniffer. As a result, Big G decides to give up the dog to an archaeologist. Gadget introduced: Nose for Treasure.

Alternate title: "Muku the Mutt" (story 2)

Staff: Director: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Juria Matsumura (2) / Script: Mio Aiuchi (1), Junichi Tominaga (2) / Storyboard: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Toshihiko Ando (2) / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu (1), Osamu Miwa (2) 
29 "Erase Your Face / Doraemon, Doraemon, Everywhere[2]"
"Keshigomu de Nopperabō / Doraemon Darake" (消しゴムでのっぺらぼう / ドラえもんだらけ) 
October 30, 2009 (part 1)
February 11, 2011 (part 2)
June 17, 2015 (2015-06-17)May 3, 2016 (2016-05-03)

"Erase Your Face" - When Noby becomes depressed over his looks, Doraemon shows him a gadget that erases a person's facial features and enables the user to draw on an entirely new face. Gadget introduced: Defacer/Refacer.

"Doraemon, Doraemon, Everywhere" - Noby cons Doraemon into doing his homework. Doraemon uses the Time Machine to create five clones of himself to assist in completing the assignment, resulting in complete pandemonium.

Staff: Director: Fuki Yoshino (1), Shinnosuke Yakuwa (2) / Script: Hiroshi Onogi (1 & 2) / Storyboard: Takayoshi Suzuki (1), Shinnosuke Yakuwa (2) / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura (1), Makoto Yoshida (2) 
30 "Doraemon and the Space Shooters[2]"
"Tanabata no Uchū Sensō" (七夕の宇宙戦争) 
July 11, 2008 (2008-07-11)June 18, 2015 (2015-06-18)May 4, 2016 (2016-05-04)

While trying to catch a shooting star, Noby catches an S.O.S. capsule that draws him and Doraemon to the planet Eleos (a planet where its rabbit-like inhabitants grant wishes from anywhere) and help defend their planet against the greedy aliens from the planet Zelos. Gadget introduced: Shooting Star Catcher.

Staff: Director: Toshihiko Ando, Tetsuo Yajima / Script: Mio Aiuchi / Storyboard: Takayoshi Suzuki, Yukiyo Teramoto / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu, Takayuki Shimura 
31 "Guiding Angel / Big G's Pizza of Terror[2]"
"Michibiki Enseru / Kyōfu no Jaian Piza" (ミチビキエンゼル / 恐怖のジャイアンピザ) 
September 12, 2014 (part 1)
December 7, 2012 (part 2)
June 19, 2015 (2015-06-19)May 5, 2016 (2016-05-05)

"Guiding Angel" - Suffering from a severe virus, Doraemon gives Noby a hand-puppet angel that gives advice. Noby soon tires of the gadget when it begins to control his every move, including discouraging him from trying to find the missing screw to cure Doraemon's illness. Gadget introduced: Guiding Angel.

"Big G's Pizza of Terror" - Big G opens his own pizza parlor, with some help from Doraemon's Pop-Up Shop gadget. When Big G can find no customers to try his unappetizing concoctions, the boys use another gadget to help him find someone willing to eat his pizza. Gadgets introduced: Pop-Up Shop, Desire Detecto.

Staff: Director: Yui Obara (1), Yuta Murano (2) / Script: Mio Aiuchi (1 & 2) / Storyboard: Ken'ichi Nishida (1), Yuta Murano (2) / Animation Director: Mika Matsumura (1), Yayoi Yoshikawa (2) 
32 "Invasion of the Goat Aliens[2]"
"Uchūbito o oi Kaese!" (宇宙人を追いかえせ!) 
November 13, 2009June 22, 2015 (2015-06-22)May 9, 2016 (2016-05-09)

Trying to get a picture of a real UFO for Mr. Saucer, Noby accidentally uses the U.F. Yo! to summon a tribe of goat-like aliens who eat paper - and specifically develop an insatiable appetite for Noby's failed tests. Gadget introduced: Duplication Mirror.

Staff: Director: Tetsuo Yajima / Script: Koji Hirokawa / Storyboard: Yukiyo Teramoto / Animation Director: Yoshie Endo 
33 "Animal Transformation Crackers / Deluxified[2]"
"Henshin Bisuketto / Derakkusu Raito" (変身ビスケット / デラックスライト) 
July 8, 2005 (2005-07-08) (part 1)
May 30, 2014 (part 2)
June 23, 2015 (2015-06-23)May 10, 2016 (2016-05-10)

"Animal Transformation Crackers" - Noby eats one of Doraemon's special animal transformation crackers and temporarily transforms into a cat and is afraid that he might get fleas. Doraemon and Noby try to prevent disaster when Noby's father's boss eats some of the same crackers. Gadget introduced: Animal Transformation Crackers.

"Deluxified" - Doraemon shows Noby a gadget that turns ordinary items into deluxe models. Noby goes out of control "deluxifying" everything - including Sue's dress, Big G's dog, his own house, and even Doraemon himself - and discovers that deluxe items aren't always better. Gadget introduced: Deluxifier. (Note: The Deluxifier is a little similar to the Evo-Devo Beam)

Staff: Director: Juria Matsumura (1), Yui Obara (2) / Script: Hiroshi Onogi (1), Higashi Shimizu (2) / Storyboard: Hiroaki Shimura (1), Yui Obara (2) / Animation Director: Osamu Miwa (1), Ikuo Shimazu (2) 
34 "Feeling Crabby / Rock Your World Record[2]"
"Kani Tabetai! / Sekai-ki Rokku" (カニ食べたい! / 世界記ロック) 
January 18, 2013 (part 1)
July 27, 2012 (part 2)
June 24, 2015 (2015-06-24)May 11, 2016 (2016-05-11)

"Feeling Crabby" - Noby promises his friends a king crab feast, but real crab is too expensive, so Doraemon demonstrates a gadget that can change an object's outward appearance (i.e. giving another food the appearance of crab). Doraemon and Noby are accidentally changed into crabs themselves - and Noby nearly ends up as dinner for Big G's family. Gadgets introduced: Make Believe Mist, Revealer Rinse.

"Rock Your World Record" - Doraemon straps a rock-like gadget onto Noby's back allowing him to challenge various athletic world records, and Noby ends up on a mission to deliver a watermelon to Sue's mom. Gadgets introduced: Record Rock, Insta-Pit.

Alternate title: "Blue Crab on the Run" (1)

Staff: Director: Shigeo Koshi (1 & 2) / Script: Higashi Shimizu (1), Mio Aiuchi (2) / Storyboard: Mitsuko Otaku (1), Shigeo Koshi (2) / Animation Director: Makoto Yoshida (1), Koichi Maruyama (2) 
35 "Noby Goes Off the Rails / The UnNoby[2]"
"Ningen Kikansha / Abekobe Sekai Mirā" (にんげん機関車 / あべこべ世界ミラー) 
October 18, 2013 (part 1)
June 21, 2013 (part 2)
June 29, 2015 (2015-06-29)May 12, 2016 (2016-05-12)

"Noby Goes Off the Rails" - To help Noby run faster so he can pair with Big G in the school's three-legged race, Doraemon gives him a gadget that allows him to run as fast as a locomotive (complete with a smokestack and coal as fuel). Noby ends up eating too much fuel and becoming a force of destruction, leveling everything in his path.

"The UnNoby" - Sick of being picked on by Big G and Sneech, Noby gets Doraemon to show him an alternate world in which Noby is the neighborhood bully instead of Big G, but soon realizes that bully-Noby also has no friends. When bully-Noby escapes into the real world, it's up to Doraemon and the real Noby to stop him from causing real trouble.

Staff: Director: Kotaro Miyake (1), Ken'ichi Nishida (2) / Script: Misuzu Chiba (1), Hiroshi Onogi (2) / Storyboard: Kotaro Miyake (1), Ken'ichi Nishida (2) / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura (1), Tatsunori Ozawa (2) 
36 "Elementary, My Dear Doraemon / Kernels of Wrath[2]"
"Tanjō! Meitantei Nobita / Ikari no Poppukōn" (誕生!名探偵のび太 / 怒りのポップコーン) 
January 11, 2013 (part 1)
October 24, 2014 (part 2)
June 30, 2015 (2015-06-30)May 16, 2016 (2016-05-16)

"Elementary, My Dear Doraemon" - Inspired by Sherlock Holmes, Noby develops ambitions of being a great detective, with the help of Doraemon's Sherlock Holmes Kit. His first case: the mystery of his missing backpack and Sue's missing library book. Gadgets introduced: Sherlock Holmes Kit, A-ha Bubble.

"Kernels of Wrath" - Doraemon shows Noby a hat-like gadget that harnesses a person's anger to cook popcorn. Doraemon, Noby and friends embark on a quest to find the person whose anger makes the best popcorn, culminating in a showdown between Doraemon and Mr. Rumpleton, the neighborhood checkers champion. Gadget introduced: Popper Topper; Gadget reintroduced: Memory Bread.

Staff: Director: Ken'ichi Nishida (1), Tomokazu Ujiie (2) / Script: Mio Aiuchi (1), Higashi Shimizu (2) / Storyboard: Ken'ichi Nishida (1), Tomokazu Ujiie (2) / Animation Director: Tatsunori Ozawa (1), Shinya Ono (2) 
37 "Attack of the Clones / Hole Away From Home[2]"
"Kuron Rikkido Goku / Apāto no Ki" (クローンリキッドごくう / アパートの木) 
November 28, 2014 (part 1)
May 4, 2012 (part 2)
July 1, 2015 (2015-07-01)May 17, 2016 (2016-05-17)

"Attack of the Clones" - When Doraemon's Clone Conditioner is rubbed into a person's hair, a hair plucked from that person's head will transform into a miniature clone - the catch being that it only lasts for 15 minutes. Noby and Sneech use the gadget to create miniature clone armies to get their comics back from Big G. Gadget introduced: Clone Conditioner.

"Hole Away from Home" - Tired of his mother's rules, Noby decides to run away from home and get his own apartment, and Doraemon uses a gadget to create a makeshift "apartment," an underground maze of rooms and tunnels. Noby invites Big G, Sneech and Sue to move in with him, but when his friends decide to go home, Noby learns that there really is no place like home. Gadget introduced: Underground Treehouse.

Staff: Director: Yui Obara (1), Ken'ichi Nishida (2) / Script: Mio Aiuchi (1), Higashi Shimizu (2) / Storyboard: Kotaro Miyake (1), Ken'ichi Nishida (2) / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu (1), Tatsunori Ozawa (2) 
38 "Bug Hero Fix / Snowkid on the Block[2]"
"Sanjō! Mushi-Mushi Hīrō!! / Yukiotoko no Arubaido" (参上!ムシムシヒーロー!! / 雪男のアルバイト) 
July 6, 2012 (part 1)
November 16, 2007 (part 2)
July 6, 2015 (2015-07-06)May 18, 2016 (2016-05-18)

"Bug Hero Fix" - Desiring to become a superhero, Noby straps on a belt of Doraemon's that, when an insect is placed inside it, gives the user superhero powers based on that insect. However, his attempts to rid the neighborhood of injustice in the form of a mosquito, a mantis, and a ladybug (among others) go terribly awry. Gadget introduced: Insectifier.

"Snowkid on the Block" - On a ski vacation with Sneech's family, Noby and Sue bring Noby's snowman to life with the help of one of Doraemon's gadgets, naming him Snoby. However, when it's time to go home, Sue leaves her hat behind, and Snoby goes to extreme lengths to get it back to her. Gadgets introduced: Stickerbots, Winter Walkers.

Alternate title: "Snowman in Town" (story 2)

Staff: Director: Wataru Takahashi (1), Yukiyo Teramoto (2) / Script: Misuzu Chiba (1), Hiroshi Onogi (2) / Storyboard: Soichiro Zen (1), Yukiyo Teramoto (2) / Animation Director: Kaoru Tanaka (1 & 2) 
39 "Blowback Bobby / When the Last Leaf Falls[2]"
"Korobashi ya / Ochiba to Jaiko" (ころばし屋 / 落ち葉とジャイ子) 
July 29, 2005 (part 1)
November 21, 2014 (part 2)
July 7, 2015 (2015-07-07)May 19, 2016 (2016-05-19)

"Blowback Bobby" - Tired of Big G's bullying, Noby asks for another gadget. Doraemon gives him Blowback Bobby, a small robot that, for a quarter, will blast him three times with an air cannon. However, when he tries to target Sneech, Sue causes him to accidentally target himself instead. Noby tries to escape, but the chase causes the air blast to hit others instead. Gadget introduced: Blowback Bobby (note: Blowback Bobby is called the "Knockdown Hitman" in the original version)

"When the Last Leaf Falls" - To help Noby overcome his fear of heights, Doraemon takes him on a trip through a gadget that shrinks them and lifts him to a tree, where a Leafbelt enables him to attach to and fall safely on a falling leaf. He finds he likes it and introduces it to Sue and Sneech. Meanwhile Little G falls ill and believes that when the last leaf on the tree outside her window falls, she will be taken away by forest goblins. Noby and Sneech choose those leaves to have a leaf riding contest, but Big G determines to prevent it. Gadgets introduced: Gulliver Tunnel, Instant Elevator, Leafbelt, Rocket Straw

Staff: Director: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Shigeo Koshi (2) / Script: Tadashi Hayakawa (1, English episode credits Natsuko Takahashi as writer), Higashi Shimizu (2) / Storyboard: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Hiroaki Shimura (2) / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu (1), Takayuki Shimura (2) 
40 "Gorgon's Spell / Snow Melt[2]"
"Gorugon no Kubi / Yuki de Atchichi" (ゴルゴンの首 / 雪でアッチッチ) 
November 1, 2013 (2013-11-01) (part 1)
January 25, 2013 (2013-01-25) (part 2)
July 8, 2015 (2015-07-08)May 23, 2016 (2016-05-23)

"Gorgon's Spell" - Standing in the hall at school all day as punishment is hard on Noby's feet, so Doraemon gives him a gadget featuring a Gorgon head in a box to turn his feet to stone so he can stand painlessly. However, the Gorgon head escapes and starts turning people to stone - including Doraemon - and it's up to Noby to capture it by himself. Gadgets introduced: Gorgon's Head, Plain Old Ordinary Mirror Mirror.

"Snow Melt" - To keep himself and Noby warm on a chilly day, Doraemon applies a special cream which makes the user feel cold objects as hot and vice versa, making ice water and snow boiling hot to the touch. This leads to trouble when Doraemon and Noby (clad only in his underwear) get caught outside in a snowstorm, seek shelter in a truck, and end up in the snow-covered mountains. Gadget introduced: Turvy Topsy Cream.

Staff: Director: Shigeo Koshi (1), Kaoru Yabana (2) / Script: Higashi Shimizu (1 & 2) / Storyboard: Hiroaki Shimura (1), Kaoru Yabana (2) / Animation Director: Kaoru Tanaka (1), Shinya Ono (2) 
41 "It's the End of the World As We Know It / The Horizon Line[2]"
"Sekai Chinbotsu / Nobita no Heya no Chiheisen" (世界沈没 / のび太の部屋の地平線) 
February 9, 2007 (2007-02-09) (part 1)
July 6, 2007 (2007-07-06) (part 2)
July 14, 2015 (2015-07-14)May 24, 2016 (2016-05-24)

"It's the End of the World..." - In a retelling of the story of Noah's Ark, the best friends Doraemon and Noby see a vision in Doraemon's Second Sighters of the world being destroyed in an apocalyptic flood that very night, and set about building a gigantic boat despite jeers from family and friends. Gadgets introduced: Second Sighters, Automatic Saw Machine, Automatic Hammer.

"The Horizon Line" - City-dweller Noby has never seen the horizon, so Doraemon uses the Horizon Tape to create a simulated horizon view. The wide open space provides a refuge for Noby to escape his mother's wrath and avoid getting grounded for life, but when Mom accidentally breaks the Horizon Tape, Noby and Doraemon may be stuck in no man's land forever. Gadget introduced: Horizon Tape.

Staff: Director: Toshihiko Ando (1), Tetsuo Yajima (2) / Script: Hiroshi Onogi (1), Natsue Yoguchi (2) / Storyboard: Toshihiko Ando (1), Tetsu Kimura (2) / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura (1), Konomi Sakurai (2)

Alternative title: "The Horizon Tape" (story 2) 
42 "The Galaxy Grand-Prix[2]"
"Hashire Doraemon! Ginga Guranpuri" (走れドラえもん!銀河グランプリ) 
September 9, 2011 (2011-09-09)July 15, 2015 (2015-07-15)May 25, 2016 (2016-05-25)

Doraemon and the gang receive an invitation to compete in the Galaxy Car Race, the first prize of which is the granting of one wish for the winner. Noby and Doraemon compete as a duo, with Noby planning to wish for ears for Doraemon (who has been depressed over not having any ears) if they win. Their fiercest opponent is the dashing, handsome robot-cat racer Devlin, who mercilessly teases Doraemon for not having ears, but Devlin may not be the one they really have to worry about.

Note: This episode was originally an hour-long special in Japan for Doraemon's birthday, and was heavily edited into half-hour format for the dub.

Staff: Director: Wataru Takakhashi / Script: Munenori Mizuno / Storyboard: Wataru Takahashi / Animation Directors: Kaoru Tanaka, Osamu Miwa 
43 "See You Go Round / The Puppet Master's Camera[2]"
"Aitai Hito Kaiten Sushi / Noroi no Kamera" (会いたいヒト回転寿司 / のろいのカメラ) 
February 28, 2014 (part 1)
July 1, 2005 (part 2)
July 20, 2015May 26, 2016 (2016-05-26)

"See You Go Round" - Doraemon shows Noby a baggage carousel-like gadget that can summon the person of the user's choice, but can only be used ten times. The guys use it to summon everyone from Noby's Uncle Chester from Springfield to Ace Goody to their favorite pop singer, Sera Ivy.

"The Puppet Master's Camera" - When someone takes a picture with Doraemon's Puppet Master's Camera, the camera creates miniature voodoo dolls of the person being photographed. Noby discovers this too late after using the camera to snap photos of his parents and Doraemon, and panic ensues when the resulting dolls get into the hands of Big and Little G.

Staff: Director: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Shoei Tsukada (2; English episode credits Hiromi Tamano as director) / Script: Higashi Shimizu (1), Hiroshi Onogi (2) / Storyboard: Yukiyo Teramoto (1), Hiromi Tamano (2) / Animation Director: Ikuo Shimazu (1), Sadayoshi Tominaga (2) 
44 "SuperBaby Panic / A Hurricane is a Boy's Best Friend"
"Dai Panikku! Sūpā Akachan / Taifū no Fūko" (大パニック!スーパー赤ちゃん / 台風のフー子) 
January 15, 2010 (part 1)
October 26, 2007 (part 2)
August 13, 2015May 30, 2016 (2016-05-30)

"SuperBaby Panic" - Doraemon and Noby babysit a neighbor toddler named Sammy who doesn't seem to like either one of them. To pacify Sammy, Noby gives him a piece of Doraemon's Super-Duper Extreme Extra-Strength Candy, not realizing that it amplifies the user's strength by a million times, and the baby soon wears both of them out. Sammy ends up destroying the house, but also gives two burglars the terror of their lives. Gadgets introduced: Super-Duper Extreme Extra-Strength Candy; Wig, Apron and Makeup Kit.

"A Hurricane is a Boy's Best Friend" - Noby wants to raise a pet from an egg like Sue's pet bird, Sunny, so Doraemon reluctantly gives him an egg out of which hatches a baby hurricane, which Noby names Spinny. But Spinny is a force of nature, not a pet, and when he destroys Noby's room out of separation anxiety, Noby's parents demand that Noby get rid of him, just in time for a real hurricane to strike.

Staff: Director: Wataru Takahashi (1), Kotaro Miyake (2) / Script: Yuko Okabe (1), Hiroshi Onogi (2) / Storyboard: Wataru Takahashi (1), Kotaro Miyake (2) / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura, Kaoru Tanaka (1), Ikuo Shimazu (2; English episode credits Kotaro Miyake as animation director) 
45 "I Saw A Ghost [2]"
"Shikashi Yūrei wa Deta!" (しかしユーレイはでた!) 
August 1, 2008August 14, 2015May 31, 2016 (2016-05-31)

Big G invites his friends to stay overnight at his uncle's mountain retreat. Little does Noby suspect the whole trip is a ruse by Big G and Sneech to scare him by making ghostly sounds and telling ghost stories. Little does anyone suspect that the place is actually haunted by a real ghost - or is it? Gadget introduced: Forgetterator (the gadget makes its first actual appearance in this episode, though it is mentioned in "Memory Bread" in season one).

Staff: Director: Yoshihiro Osugi / Script: Hiroshi Onogi / Storyboard: Shimpei Miyashita / Animation Director: Yoshihiro Osugi 
46 "G-Tastic G to the Rescue / Noby's Tough to Stomach [2]"
"Seigi no Hīrō Sūpā Jaian / Tatoe i no Naka, Mizu no Naka" (正義のヒーロー スーパージャイアン / たとえ胃の中、水の中) 
June 1, 2007 (part 1)
May 12, 2006 (part 2)
August 18, 2015June 1, 2016 (2016-06-01)

"G-Tastic G to the Rescue" - Doraemon shows Noby a cape that turns the user into a superhero, but Big G bullies them into giving the cape to him, and uses it to become superhero G-Tastic G, whose only power is being able to fly when summoned by a whistle. Big G soon learns that the superhero life is its own harassed existence, as the cape forces him to perform one hundred tasks before he can take it off and a whistle summons can interrupt whatever he is doing at the time, including eating. Gadget introduced: Super Cape.

"Noby's Tough to Stomach" - While eating peanuts, Sue accidentally swallows an opal from her mother's $5,000 anniversary ring, and comes to the boys in desperation looking for help. Doraemon and Noby use the Shrink Ray and the Teleporting Submarine to get inside Sue's stomach to find the missing opal, but it's a bumpy ride. Gadget introduced: Teleporting Submarine.

Staff: Director: Akio Hosoya (1), Shoei Tsukada (2) / Script: Toranosuke Minami (1), Yuko Okabe (2) / Storyboard: Akio Hosoya (1), Akira Shigino (2) / Animation Director: Eiichi Nakamura (1), Sadayoshi Tominaga (2) 
47 "Rub-a-Dub-Dub, See the World from a Tub! / Big Boys Do Cry[2]"
"Sūpā Idō Furo 1010 / Kyodai Suneo Arawaru!" (スーパー移動風呂1010 / 巨大スネ夫あらわる!) 
November 11, 2011 (part 1)
December 9, 2011 (part 2)
August 19, 2015June 2, 2016 (2016-06-02)

"Rub-a-Dub-Dub..." - When Sue expresses her wish to visit a hot spring resort, the guys show her the Bathmobile, which, when hooked up to a bathtub, sends the user to the location of his or her choice to bathe. Sue accidentally sends the gadget into "shuffle mode" - in which she gets whisked away to a new location every thirty seconds - and it's up to Doraemon and Noby to save her. Gadgets introduced: Bathmobile, Infinity Lasso.

"Big Boys Do Cry" - Sneech asks Doraemon and Noby for something to make him bigger and stronger so he can get back the video game Big G stole from him. Sneech's overuse of the Gro-Quik Powder causes him to become too big - and then he accidentally breaks Doraemon's Shrink Ray, causing him to cry hysterically, which makes him grow even more. Gadgets introduced or re-introduced: Gro-Quik Powder; Shrink Ray; Magnify Ray.

Alternate titles: "Super Mobile Hot Tub" (1); "Let's Go Noby!" (2)

Staff: Director: Yasuyuki Shinozaki (1), Takayoshi Suzuki (2) / Script: Higashi Shimizu (1), Hiroshi Onogi (2) / Storyboard: Hiroaki Shimura (1), Takayoshi Suzuki (2) / Animation Director: Shinya Ono (1), Ikuo Shimazu (2) 
48 "What's on the Robo-Catwalk? / The Greatest Little Town in the World[2]"
"Kisekae Kamera / Hikkoshichizu de o Hikkoshi" (きせかえカメラ / ひっこし地図でおひっこし) 
August 26, 2005 (part 1)
July 5, 2013 (part 2)
August 20, 2015June 6, 2016 (2016-06-06)

"What's on the Robo-Catwalk?" - The Instant Wardrobe Cam allows the user to scan a picture or drawing of an outfit and then bring the outfit to life by taking a picture of someone. When Big G and Sneech get a hold of the camera, they decide to use it to further their dreams of becoming, respectively, a model and a fashion designer. Gadget introduced: Instant Wardrobe Cam.

"The Greatest Little Town..." - Doraemon's Moving Map lets the user alter the layout of the town in real life by moving pieces around on the map. Doraemon, Noby, Sneech and Big G's playing around with it results in a completely unrecognizable town, causing Noby's mom to become hopelessly lost on her way home from the grocery store. Gadget introduced: Moving Map.

Staff: Director: Toshihiko Ando (1), Shigeo Koshi (2) / Script: Natsuko Takahashi (1), Mio Aiuchi (2) / Storyboard: Toshihiko Ando (1), Shigeo Koshi (2) / Animation Director: Eiichi Nakamura (1), Shinya Ono (2) 
49 "Noby's Home is His Castle[2]"
"Yūrei Shiro e Hikkoshi" (ゆうれい城へひっこし) 
December 31, 2008August 25, 2015June 7, 2016 (2016-06-07)

As Noby's parents consider selling their house and moving, Noby and Doraemon convince them to consider moving to an ancient German castle that happens to be for sale by its resident, the beautiful Miss Lotte. Noby's parents decide not to move in, but when Lotte mysteriously disappears, Noby, Doraemon and Sue head back to Germany (via the Anywhere Door) to rescue her.

Alternate title: "Mystery of the Haunted Castle"

Staff: Director: Masato Sato / Script: (not credited in Japanese sources, credited in English episode as Ayumu Watanabe) / Storyboard: Ayumu Watanabe / Animation Directors: Kaoru Tanaka, Makoto Kubozono 
50 "A Little Adventure[2]"
"Nobita no Chīsana Chīsana Daibōken" (のび太の小さな小さな大冒険) 
December 31, 2007August 27, 2015June 8, 2016 (2016-06-08)

While playing ball, Doraemon, Noby and friends come across a tiny dwarf boy on a search for a new home for his people, as his village is under threat of destruction by "giants with machines" (human beings). Doraemon and friends' quest to help the dwarf people find a new home is interrupted when Big G and a dwarf girl are captured by a "giant" girl who plans to use them as dolls. Gadget re-introduced: Shrink Ray.

Alternate title: "Small, but Big Adventure of Noby"

'Staff: Director: Shoei Tsukada, Yoshito Hata (the dub credits Shigeo Koshi as co-director rather than Hata, who is credited in Japanese sources) / Script: Nobuyuki Fujimoto / Storyboard: Tetsu Kimura, Shigeo Koshi / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura 
51 "Noby! Noby! He's Our Man / Gone with the Sneeze [3]"
"Shōri o Yobu Chiarīdā Tebukuro / Baku Hatsu Koshō" (勝利をよぶチアリーダーてぶくろ / ばくはつコショウ) 
February 13, 2009 (part 1)
April 12, 2013 (part 2)
August 28, 2015June 9, 2016 (2016-06-09)

"Noby! Noby! He's Our Man" - Sneech keeps defeating Noby at go, and Noby is convinced it's because Sneech has his own cheering section of two neighborhood girls. Doraemon gives Noby a pair of pom-pom-like mittens which, when placed on someone, turns that person into Noby's personal cheerleader and makes Noby unbeatable in any game. Gadget introduced: Power-Up Pom-Poms.

"Gone with the Sneeze" - When Noby is running late to school one morning, an exasperated Doraemon lets him use a special pepper that, when the user sprinkles it on another person and specifies where he or she would like to go, causes the sprinkled person to sneeze and blow the user to that location. Despite Doraemon's command to only use it once, Noby overuses the pepper, leading to Big G stealing it and using it to terrorize the neighborhood kids. Gadget introduced: Travel Seasoning.

Note: Early episode guides stated that episode 51 (season 2/episode 25) of the dub series would be "Adventures in Candy Land." This episode was not aired in the U.S., possibly due to concerns from Disney-ABC Television Group about it encouraging children to overindulge in sweets.

Staff: Director and Storyboard: Toshihiko Ando (1), Ken'ichi Nishida (2) / Script: Yuko Okabe (1), Mio Aiuchi (2) / Animation Director: Takayuki Shimura (1), Tatsunori Ozawa (2) 
52 "Let Cat's Cradle Rule the World / Big G's Big Show"
"Ayatori sekai no ōsama ni / Kyandī Namete Kashu ni Narou" (あやとり世界の王様に / キャンディーなめて歌手になろう) 
November 19, 2010 (part 1)
June 15, 2012 (part 2)
September 1, 2015June 13, 2016 (2016-06-13)

"Let Cat's Cradle Rule the World" - Noby's only real talent, Cat's Cradle, is underappreciated, so he uses Doraemon's What If Box to visit an alternate universe where everyone is obsessed with Cat's Cradle and Noby's talents make him an instant star. As it turns out, however, Cat's Cradle has strange effects on Doraemon. Gadget introduced: What If Box.

"Big G's Big Show" - Doraemon's Voicemint Maker uses the imprint of a person's voice to create mints that, when eaten, give the user that person's voice. Doraemon gives Big G a piece of this candy with the voice of a popular television singer, allowing the tone-deaf Big G to make it to the finals of a television singing competition. However, Doraemon forgot to mention that the candy's effects only last for 30 minutes. Gadget introduced: Voicemint Maker. This episode features Lucas Grabeel of High School Musical and Switched at Birth fame as the singing voice of Big G (after eating the mints).

Alternate titles: The World on a String (story 1), Singer or Big G? (story 2)

Staff: Director: Kazuaki Imai (1 & 2) / Script: story 1 not credited in Japanese sources, although the dub lists Ayumu Watanabe as writer; Mio Aiuchi (2) / Storyboard: Ayumu Watanabe (1), Kazuaki Imai (2) / Animation Director: Koichi Maruyama (1), Osamu Miwa (2) 

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