Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (season 2)

Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness (season 2)
No. of episodes 26
Original network Nickelodeon
Original release April 6, 2012 (2012-04-06) – June 21, 2013 (2013-06-21)
Season chronology

This is a list of episodes for the second season of Nickelodeon's animated television series, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness. The first episode, a sneak peek, aired on April 6, 2012, and the regular run began airing September 26, 2012.


No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
271"Kung Fu Day Care"Juan Meza-LeonDoug LangdaleApril 6, 2012 (2012-04-06)201N/A

Po and Tigress rescue young goose named Zan from Fung and his gang of crocodile bandits, who had kidnapped Zan and were holding him for ransom. Crane and Viper are then sent to find Zan's parents, while Tigress must look after the child, who has taken a shine on her. Not particularly fond on kids, after a several awkward attempts to entertain Zan, Tigress starts teaching him kung fu. After another failed attempt to kidnap Zan, the crocodiles are joined by Fung's younger but larger cousin Lidong. Lured to a farm, Po, Shifu, Monkey and Mantis get attacked by the crocodile bandits, while Tigress stays in the Palace as the child's protector. There, they are attacked by Lidong and Fung, who manages to capture Zan, but Tigress eventually defeats them, kicking Lidong off the Palace, and then obtains a motherly role to the child. At the end, Zan's mother, who turns out to be the Emperor's sister, comes for Zan, who has meanwhile endeared to Tigress.

Villains: Fung & the Croc Bandits and Lidong
282"Royal Pain"Lane LuerasGene GrilloSeptember 26, 2012 (2012-09-26)2142.0[1]

Po volunteers to train the Emperor's insecure and clumsy grandson Lu the skills of manhood to become a worthy member of the imperial family. After many failed attempts to train Lu, and under the threat of being executed for breaking promise, Po gives Lu a "magic" bean pod, which gives Lu a confidence. But when Po successfully trains Lu, Meng Tao who is the Emperor's servant, assigns Hundun to make sure Lu does not get trained, so he can take Lu's place. When challenged by Hundun and Meng Tao, Tao crushes the beans, and Po reveals that there is no secret behind them. Aware of his skills, encouraged Lu defeats Hundun and Tao, and becomes a worthy member of the imperial family.

Villains: Meng Tao and Hundun
293"The Most Dangerous Po"Michael MullenGene GrilloOctober 13, 2012 (2012-10-13)2032.2[2]

Invited to a famed and retired General Tsin, Po joins the paranoid General on a hunt for Hundun the Rhino, who was lured there with the promise of a free pie. Although Po tries to warn currently innocent Hundun to run away, Hundun misinterprets the warnings, and Po defeats him after a short fight. The General then takes Hundun in a room full of famous villains, including Temutai, Scorpion, Fung, Gar-hi, Taotie, Bao, and Jing Mei, all of whom have been put in a deep sleep. Realizing that the General has lost his mind, Po challenges the General, but blinded by a spray, he flees away. After a brief preach by his conscience, Po returns to the General's place, where he is taken as a prisoner and put in a sleeping chamber. But when the general releases the sleeping gas, the hoses, which have been switched by Po, starts pumping the wakening gas, unfreezing all villains. Defeated by the prisoners, Po sends the General to Chorh-Gom Prison.

Villains: General Tsin
304"The Po Who Cried Ghost"Michael MullenGene GrilloOctober 27, 2012 (2012-10-27)2071.6[3]

Po tells the Five the story of the jiangshi (hopping ghosts), but the team don't believe him. Shifu then informs Po there have been acclaimed sightings of the ghosts at the valley cemetery. Upon arrival, the sightings turned out to be pranksters wearing masks. When they spend the night however, Po encounters a real jiangshi, but it vanishes before Shifu can see it. But once they get back to the palace, the ghosts follow them and kidnap Shifu. Po, Tigress and Monkey then return to the cemetery, where they discover the mastermind behind the jiangshi: the Undertaker (the cemetery caretaker), who then reveals a zombified Shifu. After an intense and difficult struggle, Po manages to get the ghosts to turn on the Undertaker, except Shifu. Po then turns himself into a jiangshi to fight and defeat Shifu, and Tigress and Monkey manage to cure both of them by exposing them to the morning sunrise. in the end Po makes them all admit he was right because no one believed him.

Villain: The Undertaker of the Valley of Peace Cemetery
315"Kung Shoes"Lane LuerasDoug LangdaleNovember 3, 2012 (2012-11-03)2092.7[4]

To heighten his kung fu abilities and get himself out of training with Shifu, Po buys magical shoes but problems arise when the shoes get him a new place and Mantis finds out. In the end, it turns out they knew all along, and it was just a ruse to get him to admit it. The shoes come to life as the old lady warned him about and start to attack. After Po stops them with water he has to train again. The original pair sneak off but is captured by the lady who takes them back with her.

Villains: The Magic Shoes
326"Bosom Enemies"Lane LuerasGene GrilloNovember 10, 2012 (2012-11-10)2152.3[5]

After being defeated and humiliated by Po, Taotie has a nervous breakdown. Po apologizes and ends up giving him a new purpose in life. However, he later gives Taotie the information he needs to defeat Po and the Five. He decides to use it against them after Po calls him an "assistant".

Villains: Taotie and Bian Zao
337"Enter the Dragon Part 1"Aaron HammersleyScott KreamerNovember 12, 2012 (2012-11-12)2202.9[6]

Po and the Furious Five come across a Chinese Dragon from the Underworld named Ke-Pa who is invincible to the powers of kung fu.

Villains: Ke-Pa, Underworld Demons, and Fung & the Croc Bandits

Note: This is part 1 of double length 45 minute special.
348"Enter the Dragon Part 2"Michael MullenPeter HastingsNovember 12, 2012 (2012-11-12)2212.9[6]

Po returns to the Valley of Peace to redeem himself as a hero and stop Ke-Pa from ruling China.

Villains: Ke-Pa, Underworld Demons, and Fung & the Croc Bandits

Note: This is part 2 of double length 45 minute special.
359"Master and the Panda"Michael MullenGene GrilloNovember 24, 2012 (2012-11-24)2122.4[7]

Po's friend Peng returns to the Valley of Peace and has learned all about his uncle Tai Lung. Meanwhile, Temutai unearths the Gong Lu Medallion in order to enhance his abilities only to find out that it also increases the wearer's darkest cravings.

Villain: Temutai
3610"Present Tense"Michael MullenDoug LangdaleDecember 8, 2012 (2012-12-08)2132.5[8]
As the annual Winter Festival approaches, Po doesn't have enough money to buy his dad the awesome present he deserves, so he takes a job as a bounty hunter to capture a dangerous escaped convict for the reward.
3711"Shifu's Back"[9]Michael MullenPaul RuggJanuary 14, 2013 (2013-01-14)2052.1[10]

When Shifu throws out his back (thanks to Po), the panda must stand in as the master of the Jade Palace while an important bureaucrat visits.

Villains: Bao, Lao, & Tsao
3812"Terror Cotta"Michael MullenDoug LangdaleJanuary 15, 2013 (2013-01-15)2252.1[11]

After Fung fires his gang, he discovers a secret formula for building living terracotta warriors, but when his grouchy dad takes over the business, it's up to Po and Fung's old gang to stop his monstrous, manufactured army.

Villains: Fung, Bing, and Terra Cotta Warriors
3913"The Spirit Orbs of Master Ding"Lane LuerasTom SheppardJanuary 16, 2013 (2013-01-16)2261.8[10]

Tigress' jealousy of Po and his skills gets the best of her when she accidentally releases the Spirit Orbs of Master Ding , so they both journey to Mugu Mountain to prevent the Orbs from returning to their owner. However, Master Ding's Ghost possesses Po and Tigress must stop Ding before he unleashes his powers and reeks vengeance against all those who imprisoned him.

Villain: The Ghost of Master Ding
4014"The Maltese Mantis"Michael MullenPaul RuggJanuary 17, 2013 (2013-01-17)2022.0[10]

Po and Mantis visit a fan convention full of costumed geeks and action figure combat, but when Po's comic excitement accidentally paralyses Mantis and loses him to Taotie, he and Shifu must retrieve him before the paralysis spell becomes permanent.

Villains: Taotie and Bian Zao
4115"Invitation Only"Michael MullenPaul RuggJanuary 18, 2013 (2013-01-18)2171.7[10]

Po is downhearted when he's not invited to a banquet due to his poor table manners, but he's not the only one who's unhappy about not getting an invitation.

Villain: Temutai
4216"The Midnight Stranger"Juan Meza-LeonDoug LangdaleJanuary 20, 2013 (2013-01-20)2061.9[10]

When Kung Fu is outlawed, Po turns to donning a mask as the legendary Midnight Stranger to fight crime. Note: this episode is actually a prequel of episode 11 of season 2: "Shifu's Back".

Villains: Pig Bandits and Lidong
4317"Shoot the Messenger"Lane LuerasKevin CampbellJanuary 22, 2013 (2013-01-22)2192.1[12]
Po and Tigress must stop a messenger from delivering a scroll that could start an eternal war in China, but this tough goat isn't going down without a fight.
4418"A Tigress Tale"Juan Meza-Leon & Gabe SwarrPaul RuggJanuary 23, 2013 (2013-01-23)2111.9[12]
Tigress is recruited by Mistress Mugan to train with her at the Garnet Palace, but when she starts being held against her will, it's up to Po to bring her home.
4519"Crane on a Wire"Lane LuerasGene GrilloJanuary 24, 2013 (2013-01-24)2042.0[12]

Po must help Crane regain his confidence after he is humiliated at a charity event.

Villain: Fenghuang
4620"The Secret Museum of Kung Fu"Michael MullenDoug LangdaleJanuary 25, 2013 (2013-01-25)2241.9[12]

With Po and the Furious Five at each other's throats, Shifu tries to make them bond by taking them on a disastrous road trip.

Villains: Heilang and the Lin Kuei
4721"Bride of Po"Michael MullenTom SheppardFebruary 14, 2013 (2013-02-14)303N/A

Po gets himself engaged to a girl who seems to be his perfect match, but does she really love him, or just using him to stop being the Dragon Warrior?

Villains: Junjie and Junjie's Furious Five

Note: This episode is a Valentine's Day special.
4822"Five is Enough"Aaron HammersleyGene GrilloJune 17, 2013 (2013-06-17)3011.7[13]

Shifu is worried that he's getting too old for his job, and he hears that Master Chao wants Po to replace him. Meanwhile an old villain returns to seek revenge on Shifu.

Villain: Pai Mei
4923"Mama Told Me Not to Kung Fu"Lane LuerasDoug LangdaleJune 18, 2013 (2013-06-18)2222.0[13]

Crane's overprotective mom visits the Valley of Peace. Crane reveals to Po that his mom hates Kung Fu so he promised her that he would never have anything to do with it. He also told her that he runs an Inn at the Jade Palace. Crane asks Po and the others to help him keep his secret from his mom.

Villains: Heilang and the Lin Kuei

Note: This episode takes place before 'The Secret Museum of Kung Fu', since the Lin Kuei are introduced as new characters
5024"Secret Admirer"Gabe Swarr & Aaron HammersleyKatie MattilaJune 19, 2013 (2013-06-19)2161.8[13]

When Monkey falls in love with Superintendent Woo's daughter, Po decides to play a prank on him by writing a fake love letter.

Villains: Bao, Lao, & Tsao
5125"Qilin Time"Juan Meza-LeonPaul RuggJune 20, 2013 (2013-06-20)2101.6[13]

Po is embarrassed when his dad takes him on an expedition to find the Qilin, a beastly monster that is only found at night in a spooky forest. They soon find out, however, that this creature is more than real.

Villain: General Tsin
5226"Huge"Aaron HammersleyGene GrilloJune 21, 2013 (2013-06-21)2231.9[14]

Mantis ingests a growth potion that increases his size, but he soon learns that being big is no life for an insect.

Villains: Fung & the Croc Bandits and Lidong


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