List of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears episodes
This is a list of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears episodes.
Background on episodes
In the fall of 1990, the series became a part of Disney's weekday afternoon syndicated cartoon block, The Disney Afternoon. Season 6 premiered as part of TDA, with new episodes interspersed with reruns of previous ones.
In total, there are 95 individual 11-minute and 22-minute episodes, which make up 65 half hours.
Seasons 1–5 are listed here in their original U.S. network episode order. In the original network run from season 2 onward, some 11-minute segments originally aired mixed with repeats; when the show was distributed internationally, the segments were combined into standardized half-hour combinations. (Season 5 had an odd number of 11-minute segments; "Never Give a Gummi an Even Break" is coupled with the season 6 segment "Friar Tum" in the "international" order.)
(The episode arrangements for the Disney Afternoon airings were completely different, with half-length segments from different seasons mixed together. These versions subsequently aired on The Disney Channel, Toon Disney, and the Family Channel in Canada.)
Season 6 premiered as part of The Disney Afternoon. The order and airdates presented here correspond to the first airings of the new episodes on TDA. Three of these were 11-minute episodes, "Friar Tum", "Zummi in Slumberland", and "A Recipe for Trouble", which each aired in the U.S. coupled with a segment from a previous season; here, each of them is listed by itself. However, in international markets, season 6 was presented in a different order than in the U.S., and these segments were grouped together into two half-hours (with "Friar Tum" being coupled with the leftover season 5 segment "Never Give a Gummi an Even Break"). This is why some episode guides list "Friar Tum/Never Give a Gummi an Even Break" and "Zummi in Slumberland/A Recipe for Trouble", which is how the episodes were presented internationally. (Also, though most consider the two-part "King Igthorn" story to be the series finale, and it comes last in the international episode order, six more episodes premiered after it in the U.S., over a two-week period in February 1991.)
Two numbers are given for each episode: One number corresponding to the order in which it premiered in the U.S., and a second corresponding to Disney's official "international" order (with the 11-minute segments marked "a" or "b" to denote the first or second segment).
|1||21||13||September 14, 1985||December 21, 1985|
|2||12||8||September 13, 1986||December 6, 1986|
|3||14||8||September 12, 1987||December 19, 1987|
|4||16||10||September 10, 1988||December 17, 1988|
|5||13||8||September 9, 1989||January 6, 1990|
|6||19||18||September 10, 1990||February 22, 1991|
Season 1: 1985
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|1||1||"A New Beginning"||September 14, 1985|
|Cavin, a 12-year-old squire and knight-in-training in the Dunwyn Kingdom, is left in the woods after a group of ogres run off his human allies. There, he stumbles into the home of the fabled Gummi Bears while trying to find his Great Gummi Medallion, which was left to him by his grandfather who is a respected knight in Dunwyn Castle. When learning of an incoming attack by Duke Igthorn, Dunwyn's disgraced knight turned traitor, Cavin must convince his new friends to help stop this enemy while promising to keep the Gummies' existence a secret.|
|2||2a||"The Sinister Sculptor"||September 21, 1985|
|A sculptor changes all the Gummies except for Gruffi and Grammi into statues with magic dust. Meanwhile, Gruffi and Grammi are frequently fighting and don't want to work together. King Gregor then buys the statues for Princess Calla. So it's up to Gruffi, Grammi and Cavin to turn the others back to normal. Can they do it, or will Gruffi and Grammi's arguing get in the way? There's also cameos of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck as sculptures in this episode.|
|3||2b||"Zummi Makes it Hot"||September 21, 1985|
|The Gummis are nearly out of Gummiberry juice so Grammi needs to make more, but the spigot is stuck so Zummi, Grammi, Cubbi, and Cavin go to the stumping pation – I mean pumping station – to fix the problem. But they discover that the pumping station is near a maritime boundary that separates Dunwyn and Drekmore – where Duke Igthorn and his ogres live. They only have four bottles of Gummiberry juice left, that's one for each of them. Can they fix the problem and get back home safely to Gummi Glen without being noticed by the ogres?|
|4||3a||"Someday My Prints Will Come"||September 28, 1985|
While exploring an ancient storeroom of the Great Gummis, Tummi discovers a mechanical decoy used to make dragon footprints, but accidentally starts the ignition on the machine and begins bouncing all across the land. The footprints attract a real dragon who proves to be different from the stereotype of large dragons. The knights of Dunwyn also see the machine and think it is a real dragon.Title Reference: Someday My Prince Will Come.
|5||3b||"Can I Keep Him?"||September 28, 1985|
|Zummi gives Cubbi a whistle from his old treasure chest while Sunni is having trouble babysitting Cubbi. The whistle attracts a brine dragon, which takes Sunni and Cubbi on an unexpected adventure to Drekmore Castle.|
|6||4||"A Gummi in a Gilded Cage"||October 5, 1985|
Sunni is kidnapped by a flock of ugly bird-like creatures known as Carpies, whose king wants her for a song bird. The male Gummis must use their new flying machine to get to the top of the mountain and rescue her, all while Gruffi and Zummi must deal with their acrophobia and Gruffi's insistence that "Gummis were not meant to fly".Title reference: A Bird in a Gilded Cage.
|7||5a||"The Oracle"||October 12, 1985|
|While trying to sneak out of his new diet, Tummi finds a stone ogre oracle and uses it to trick Duke Igthorn and the ogres with it.|
|8||5b||"When You Wish Upon a Stone"||October 12, 1985|
Cavin is having problems with knight training. Cubbi suggests an underground wishing stone could be a big help, but they soon learn the stone is guarded by a mean giant. Cavin and Cubbi must find several different ways to thwart to giant, until Cavin finally realizes being a knight is not always about strength.Title reference: When You Wish upon a Star.
|9||6||"A Gummi by Any Other Name"||October 26, 1985|
Zummi makes a magic hat for Sunni, which can change her appearance to anyone she wants by speaking that person's name, and Sunni turns herself into Princess Calla to enjoy the comforts of royalty. Coincidentally, the real Princess Calla is kidnapped by Igthorn while going outside Dunwyn's castle walls. When the two princess contestants meet in a Drekmore tower cell, what will happen once the true princess exerts her right of existence?
Note: Princess Calla meets the Gummis for the first time in this episode.Title reference: A Rose By Any Other Name.
|10||7a||"Loopy, Go Home"||November 2, 1985|
Despite Gruffi's objections, Cubbi finds a wolf cub and raises it.Title may be a reference to Snoopy, Come Home.
|11||7b||"A-Hunting We Will Go"||November 2, 1985|
With a vicious wild boar on the loose in Dunwyn Forest, Calla, Sunni and Grammi must warn King Gregor, Sir Tuxford and Cavin.Title reference: A Hunting We Will Go traditional song.
|12||8a||"The Fence Sitter"||November 9, 1985|
|A bird threatens the Gummiberry bushes and nobody will listen to Cubbi's ideas to get rid of it.|
|13||8b||"Night of the Gargoyle"||November 9, 1985|
Duke Igthorn sends a cursed gargoyle to King Gregor. The gargoyle comes alive at night and starts trying to destroy things – including the king himself.Note: Cubbi is left handed until the end of the episode.
|14||9||"The Secret of the Juice"||November 23, 1985|
|Grammi believes it is time to teach another Gummi Bear how to make Gummiberry juice. Sunni is chosen as the most eligible candidate, but is more into fashion and spending time with Calla. The Ogres kidnap Grammi and take her to Castle Drekmore, where Duke Igthorn attempts to coax the recipe for Gummiberry juice from her. When the male Gummis go on a rescue mission for Grammi, they request Sunni to bring some Gummiberry juice, which Sunni does not know how to make because she failed to pay attention to Grammi's lessons.|
|15||10a||"Sweet and Sour Gruffi"||November 30, 1985|
|The Gummies try to sweeten Gruffi's sour disposition by magic, but the conditions of the spell they use turn this affair into a two-edged sword.|
|16||10b||"Duel of the Wizards"||November 30, 1985|
|The pompous wizard Don Gordo will not accept Zummi's help in finding his missing magic key, so a battle of magic ensues.|
|17||11a||"What You See is Me"||December 7, 1985|
|Tummi learns through his new friend, the blind shepherd Trina, that the handicapped don't always need help.|
|18||11b||"Toadie's Wild Ride"||December 7, 1985|
Duke Igthorn catapults Toadie into the forest, where he accidentally makes his way into Gummi Glen and begins snooping around. When Tummi, who has been caught eating the other bears' picnic lunches and lying about it, sees him, no one believes him when he tries to tell them.Title reference: Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
|19||12a||"Bubble Trouble"||December 14, 1985|
|Sunni finds a baby cliff dragon with a hiccup, and a swig of Gummiberry juice only aggravates the problem.|
|20||12b||"Gummi in a Strange Land"||December 14, 1985|
A Slumber Sprite puts Gruffi to sleep, requiring Grammi and Cubbi to trek across hostile terrain to find the sprite and keep Gruffi from suffering nasty accidents.Title reference: Stranger in a Strange Land.
|21||13||"Light Makes Right"||December 21, 1985|
The Gummies find a Gummiscope, a gigantic machine that harnesses sunlight as a means of long-range communication, that could allow them to make contact with the ancient Gummis across the ocean – but it can also be used as a weapon, causing Duke Igthorn to use it as a laser to intimidate King Gregor into abdication.
Note: This is the final episode where Gruffi Gummi, Sir Tuxford and Toadie are voiced by Bill Scott.Note: This episode contains an explicit reference to Lupin III and characters that can be seen while Cavin is flipping through the pages of the Duke's Gummi Storybook.
Season 2: 1986
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|22||14||"Up, Up, and Away"||September 13, 1986|
Chummi Gummi comes to Gummi Glen in search for other Gummis. When he finds they are not there, he goes to search for them. Cubbi wants to leave with him so he can become a knight, but Chummi's flying ship presents another opportunity for Igthorn to claim rulership over Dunwyn. After the Gummis defeat him, Cubbi decides to stay in Gummi glen and tells Chummi to tell the Great Gummis about the others and later gets knighted by Calla.Note: Due to the death of Bill Scott in 1985, Corey Burton takes over the roles of Gruffi Gummi and Toadie while Roger C. Carmel takes over as Sir Tuxford.
|23||15a||"Faster Than a Speeding Tummi"||September 20, 1986|
Tummi has to clean up a big mess in Gummi Glen and bemoans that he is slow at the job. After tricking a tired Zummi into casting a spell on him, he learns that faster is not always more efficient when the spell proves unpredictable.Title Reference: Quotation: "Faster than a speeding bullet", from The Adventures of Superman
|24||15b||"For a Few Sovereigns More"||September 20, 1986|
Duke Igthorn hires a bounty hunter to catch a Gummi Bear, who ends up kidnapping Cubbi. Things soon turn bad for Igthorn when he refuses to pay, as well as the ogres when they attack the bounty hunter, and all end up locked in the bounty hunter's citadel. Igthorn, who is chained to Cubbi, manages to escape, and Cubbi considers what being a knight is all about by spending time with Igthorn, which culminates into honoring a promise.Title Reference: Movie: For a Few Dollars More. Special Note: This episode contains multiple references to Clint Eastwood and his films.
|25||16a||"Over the River and Through the Trolls"||September 27, 1986|
Trolls try to hijack a shipment of gold protected by Sir Gawain. Cavin pleads for the Gummis to help, as Sir Gawain is not only Cavin's grandfather, but was also the person who discovered Zummi's medallion.Title Reference: Nursery Rhyme: Over the River and Through the Woods
|26||16b||"You Snooze, You Lose"||September 27, 1986|
Igthorn puts Dunwyn to sleep, leaving only Calla, Cavin, and the Gummi Bears to protect the castle.Title Reference: Idiom: "You snooze, you lose"
|27||17||"The Crimson Avenger"||October 18, 1986|
|When Cubbi claims he is serious about Calla's knighthood from "Up, Up & Away", the annoyed Gummis suggest he go into the forest to be a hero. After saving some people, Cubbi gets the reputation as "the Crimson Avenger". Although Cubbi has done a good job by protecting people from a highwayman trying to rob them, the thief elects to move into Dunwyn Castle - along with chances for juicier crimes, which end up causing problems for Calla, Cavin and King Gregor.|
|28||18a||"A Hard Dazed Knight"||October 18, 1986|
Duke Igthorn sneaks into Dunwyn Castle and hands King Gregor a magical egg that turns the king into a crystal statue. Igthorn then says that he will destroy the egg (and thus kill King Gregor) unless the people of Dunwyn accept him as their new king. Gruffi and Calla use their engineering skills to rebuild a mechanical knight the old Gummis made in order to infiltrate Drekmore Castle and recapture the egg. Note: This is Roger C. Carmel's final performance as Sir Tuxford.Title Reference: : Movie/Song/Album: The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night
|29||18b||"Do Unto Ogres"||October 25, 1986|
Sunni creates a growing potion while Toadie is cast out by Duke Igthorn. The two meet to unexpected results.Title Reference: Quotation: "Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you", common paraphrase of Luke 6:31: "And as you would that men should do to you, do you also to them in like manner"
|30||19||"For Whom the Spell Holds"||October 25, 1986|
Zummi finds a section of the Great Book of Gummi that contains advanced magic spells. However, this also signals Zorlok, an evil wizard whom the Great Gummis had imprisoned in a subterranean prison, that he can find the unlocking spell, then be free to inflict violence on all Gummi Bears the world over, then conquer the world. To do this, Zorlok creates a monster to steal the Great Book, causing Zummi, Grammi and Gruffi needing to track it down.Title Reference: Book: For Whom the Bell Tolls
|31||20a||"Little Bears Lost"||November 15, 1986|
There is a thief in Gummi Glen, so Zummi and Grammi team up to find the rat. Unfortunately, Zummi casts the wrong spell which ends up shrinking them to a dimunative size, and they only have a limited amount of time to reverse it.Title may be a reference to the 1953 Bing Crosby film Little Boy Lost.
|32||20b||"Guess Who's Gumming to Dinner?"||November 15, 1986|
After an autumn of hard work and preparation for the coming winter, the Gummis are looking forward to the holiday of Fall's Farewell, but Sunni goes overboard with the celebration trying to impress Calla.Title Reference: Movie: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
|33||21||"My Gummi Lies Over the Ocean"||December 6, 1986|
Tummi builds a full size boat, which Gruffi wants scuttled. However, out of respect for all the work done, he allows Tummi one sailing trip. This trip takes an unexpected turn when they end up on a volcanic island inhabited only by another Gummi Bear – an artist by the name of Gusto. Title Reference: Folk Song: My Bonnie Lies Over the OceanNote: First Appearance of Gusto Gummi.
Season 3: 1987
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|34||22a||"Too Many Cooks"||September 12, 1987|
|Sir Paunch, a famous confectioner visits Dunwyn, to the great anticipation of everyone in the kingdom, even the Gummi Bears! However, to the sadness of Dunwyn, Sir Paunch announces his plans to retire. Tummi, Sunni and Cubbi manage to get a hold of his secret recipe for the world-famous taffy, but their efforts to replicate the chef's favorite are not crowned with success – not theirs, anyway.|
|35||22b||"Just a Tad Smarter"||September 12, 1987|
|Toadwart's smart and bossy cousin Tadpole arrives at Drekmore and initiates a coup d'état among his fellow Ogres. Now the leader of Drekmore, Tadpole initiates a scorched earth policy against the Gummi Bears, who had annoyed him prior to the overthrow, by destroying the Gummiberry crops. Only one man can save the Gummiberries: the dethroned Igthorn!|
|36||23a||"If I Were You"||September 19, 1987|
|Igthorn tries to infiltrate Gummi Glen by magically switching places with Tummi while the bears plan Tummi's birthday surprise.|
|37||23b||"Eye of the Beholder"||September 19, 1987|
After a tiring lesson of horseback riding, Sunni witnesses an ugly witch named Marzipan banished from an adjacent kingdom at the Dunwyn border. After disposing of a kitchen ingredient that reveals her true self, the witch transforms herself into a beautiful lady who enchants all of Dunwyn, including Calla, who now does not want Sunni as a friend, and King Gregor, whom Marzipan intends to marry to steal his fortune. Sunni must work fast to find the substance that breaks the witch's enchantment, Title Reference: Idiom: "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder" Note: Brian Cummings replaces Roger C. Carmel as the voice of Sir Tuxford due to his death in 1986.Title reference: The line from the 1878 novel Molly Bawn "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder".
|38||24a||"Presto Gummo"||September 26, 1987|
Tummi wants to learn magic like Zummi. A bored Cubbi uses stunts to fool Tummi into thinking he is an actual magician. But when Igthorn captures Tummi, Cubbi must think of a way to free Tummi, when Tummi proposes the idea of sleight of hand.Title Reference: Idiom: "Presto chango!"
|39||24b||"A Tree Grows in Dunwyn"||September 26, 1987|
The trolls have escaped from the dungeon of Castle Dunwyn and are looking for stolen gold reserves. When they see the gold was stored in an apple tree meant as a gift for King Gregor, the trolls take the Gummi Glen Gummis as hostages.Title Reference: Book: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
|40||25||"Day of the Beevilweevils"||October 3, 1987|
Tummi builds what he thinks is a bee-caller, but it instead attracts beevilweevils, insects that devour the Gummiberry bushes. Tummi and Gusto then go on a dangerous mission to locate a replacement Gummiberry sapling. When Gruffi, Zummi and Grammi go on a rescue mission to find Tummi and Gusto, they encounter talking trees who want revenge for the Gummis deserting them during the Great Gummi Exodus.Title Reference: Movie: Day of the Jackal
|41||26a||"Water Way to Go"||October 10, 1987|
Sunni and Gusto meet a mermaid, Aquarianne, and her sea beast guardian, Finwithit. When Igthorn captures Aquarianne and uses Finwithit to attack Dunwyn, it's up to Sunni and Gusto to save her – and Dunwyn.Title Reference: Movie: What a Way to Go!
|42||26b||"Close Encounters of the Gummi Kind"||October 17, 1987|
When Gusto invents a decoy to lure ogres away from Gummi Glen, it fools the ogres, but also attracts the humans, who start looking around the forest. It is up to Gruffi and Gusto to save the glen.Title Reference: Movie: Close Encounters of the Third Kind
|43||27a||"Snows Your Old Man"||October 24, 1987|
|While trying to find out why winter is still persisting in Dunwyn alone, Sunni, Tummi & Cubbi encounter a frost giant named Chillbeard who uses a "wind horn" to freeze everything. The cubs wonder why Chillbeard seems immature for the "Lord of Winter", wanting to play games instead of allowing spring to start.|
|44||27b||"Boggling the Bears"||October 31, 1987|
|Sunni saves a squirrel-like shapechanger, a Boggle, from a hungry wolf and takes it back home. But a shape-changer – not to mention a whole family of them – tends to make a rather tedious pet!|
|45||28||"The Knights of Gummadoon"||December 5, 1987|
When the castle of the knights of Gummadoon (a reference to Brigadoon) appears, Cavin is imprisoned as a spy. The Gummies only have until sunset to rescue him, as the castle only appears once every hundred years, but they also have to contend with Duke Igthorn, who plans to capture the castle.Title Reference: Musical/Movie: Brigadoon
|46||29a||"Mirthy Me"||December 12, 1987|
A Gigglin causes a practical joke spree in the Glen. Will this stop the dam from being built in time to stop the water from flooding in?Title reference: The phrase "Mercy me".
|47||29b||"Gummi Dearest"||December 19, 1987|
After the egg of a griffin rolls free, Cubbi gets mistaken for the baby whilst Gruffi has to deal with the actual baby griffin who thinks he is his father. Can Gruffi and Cubbi make the switch without facing the wrath of the mother griffin?Title Reference: Idiom: "Mommy Dearest". Special Note: The term of "mervin" as baby griffin is a likely reference to Merv Griffin.
Season 4: 1988
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|48||30||"The Magnificent Seven Gummies"||September 10, 1988|
An Asian prince takes the Gummies to Asia to help defend his kingdom against a dragon that is ravaging crops and disrupting people, but Duke Igthorn stows away and seeks to see if anything in the Asian kingdom can be used to attack Dunwyn.Title Reference: Movie: The Magnificent Seven
|49||31a||"Music Hath Charms"||September 17, 1988|
|Igthorn gets his hands on a set of magical bagpipes which entrance anyone listening to its tunes. Unfortunately, this includes most of the Gummis. Fortunately, Grammi has gone temporarily deaf.|
|50||31b||"Dress for Success"||September 17, 1988|
|The Gummi Bears attend a masquerade festival at Dunwyn, but so does Igthorn, with the intention to get rid of King Gregor once and for all. And the only tool Sunni has to stop him is her rather gaudy, self-made new dress.|
|51||32a||"A Knight to Remember"||September 24, 1988|
|Cubbi wants to play knight, but when the Gummies don't believe Cubbi sees the ghost of a real Gummi Knight, Cubbi sets out to learn from him and help him fulfill an unfinished quest.|
|52||32b||"Gummies Just Want to Have Fun"||September 24, 1988|
|Grammi is visited by a childhood friend, Nogum who shows her how to have fun once again, but her chores don't get done in the meantime. Will Nogum get Grammi to come away with him?|
|53||33a||"There´s No Place Like Home"||October 1, 1988|
|When the dilapidated state of Gummi Glen and an exploding Stinkweed Stew force the Gummis to temporarily evacuate their home, Sunni tries to find a good place for herself, Tummi and Cubbi to stay in. But their last choice, Dunwyn, proves no safer than the wilds since rats are on the loose in the castle, along with an overeager exterminator.|
|54||33b||"Color Me Gummi"||October 8, 1988|
|When King Gregor accidentally sees one of Gusto´s lifelike paintings in Cavin´s hands, Cavin panics and says he did the painting. King Gregor then commissions Cavin to create a portrait of him, forcing Gusto to help Cavin behind the scenes...without getting discovered.|
|55||34||"He Who Laughs Last"||October 15, 1988|
|Fed up with Gummi Bear stories by Sir Garwin, a retired knight and Cavin's grandfather, a citizen of Dunwyn issues a challenge to him: Find evidence of the Bears' existence, or give up his fortune. Cavin, of course, is stuck between helping his grandfather and keeping the secret of his friends. Meanwhile, Tummi Gummi is cursed after eating a dangerous fruit and his friends must find a spell to save him.|
|56||35a||"Tummi's Last Stand"||October 29, 1988|
|When Tummi's big girth causes him and Cubbi to be almost captured by Ightorn and his ogres, Cubbi encourages Tummi to use an old Gummi training parcour to lose some weight. But the gauntlet turns out to be useful in other ways as well.|
|57||35b||"The Crimson Avenger Strikes Again"||November 5, 1988|
|The other Gummis discover Cubbi's secret identity and force him to give up this "childish game." By happenstance Toadie takes up the mantle of the Crimson Avenger – and just at the wrong time, too, since Igthorn is about to carry out his plan to kidnap Princess Calla!|
|58||36a||"Ogre Baby Boom"||November 12, 1988|
|An accidental mixture of Gummiberry juice and baby powder reduces Igthorn's Ogre troops to infants, and Grammi takes in one of these babies in order to raise it for the better.|
|59||36b||"The White Knight"||November 19, 1988|
|Dunwyn's most famous paladin, Sir Victor, pays a visit to King Gregor's court. But the White Knight bears a secret which makes him an easy target for extortion by Igthorn.|
|60||37a||"Good Neighbor Gummi"||December 3, 1988|
|When Gruffi breaks his foot, he stubbornly refuses to stay put, believing that the Glen would suffer if he doesn't remain active. His attitude doesn't improve when a rowdy bandit gang decides to make camp right above the Gummi Glen abode.|
|61||37b||"Girl's Knight Out"||December 3, 1988|
|King Gregor proposes a series of tests for Unwin and the other squires to become Princess Calla's bodyguard, which includes stealing a golden apple from the strong and mysterious Black Knight. Calla conceals her appearance in a suit of armor and competes as well to prove she is capable of her own self defense.|
|62||38||"Top Gum"||December 10, 1988|
Inspired by some old stories, Cubby constructs a flight pack and races off into the clouds to find the legendary Aerials. Unfortunately, the Aerials are not like the old Gummi stories described ... in more than one way.Title Reference: Movie: Top Gun
|63||39||"Gummi's At Sea"||December 17, 1988|
|Tummi finds a Gummarine, an ancient sailing vessel that can take the Gummies to New Gumbria, where they can meet other Gummies. However, their plans are quickly derailed when Duke Igthorn captures the ship and uses it to attack King Gregor.|
Season 5: 1989–90
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|64||40a||"A Gummi a Day Keeps the Doctor Away"||September 9, 1989|
Tumm takes pity on Doctor Dexter, an usuccessfull pharmacist, and decides to improve his concocctions with a shot of Gummiberry juice. Unfortunately, this new wonder medicine also attracts the attention of Igthorn, and without the knowledge of how to exactly replicate the formula, the Doctor is caught between a rock and a hard place.Title Reference: Idom: An apple a day keeps the doctor away
|65||40b||"Let Sleeping Giants Lie"||September 16, 1989|
|An old Gummi ritual proves more important than Sunni and Cubbi could have imagined: Their negligence allows a giant to wake from his age-long slumber, who quickly proceeds to wreak havoc all over Dunwyn.|
|66||41||"The Road to Ursalia"||September 16, 1989|
|Gruffi destroys the Great Gummi Book by accident, and ruefully he travels with Cubbi to the lost Gummi city of Ursalia to find a replacement. But despite the fact Gummis have departed centuries ago, the ruins of Ursalia are still infobited: by the satter-brained Gummi Knight Sir Thornberry and the evil witch Lady Bane.|
|67||42a||"Bridge on the River Gummi"||September 23, 1989|
|When an old bridge that Grammi and Sunni use to run on errand collapses, Gusto convinces Gruffi to build a bigger, more elaborate bridge, Igthorn, however, takes advantage of the new bridge on transport his new weapon to Dunwyn.|
|68||42b||"Life of the Party"||September 30, 1989|
|The lovestruck Igthorn invites Lady Bane to Drekmore to discuss an alliance (and perhaps more). However, the Ogres get their hands on a rare tree the Gummis need and use it for a table decoration, and Sunni and Cubbi are forced to play party crashers in order to get it back.|
|69||43a||"My Kingdom for a Pie"||October 7, 1989|
Tummi's overeating becomes his Achilles heel and could put his friends in grave danger when Duke Igthorn learns this and prepares an elaborate feast with many sumptuous courses; all for Tummi if he only tells the location of Gummi Glen.Title Reference: "My kingdom for a horse" from Richard III.
|70||43b||"The World According to Gusto"||October 21, 1989|
|When Gusto says that the only rule a Gummi needs to know is that there are no rules, Grammi suggests Cubbi live with him to see how true that really is. When Cubbi does so, both he and Gusto learn a valuable lesson about following the rules.|
|71||44||"Ogre for a Day"||November 4, 1989|
|Zummi discovers a transformation spell that does not work on Gummi Bears, but does for Cavin, who takes the guise of an ogre and infiltrates the ogre ranks of Castle Drekmore to uncover Duke Igthorn's latest plot. But his new form makes communicating his good intentions to the right people a little difficult.|
|72||45a||"Princess Problems"||November 11, 1989|
|King Gregor hosts King Jean-Claude, a ruler of a nearby Frankish kingdom, and his daughter Marie in order to improve diplomatic relations; but both Sunni and Calla learn that being a princess does not make one an instant sweet little girl. Even worse, Marie's haughty attitude eventually causes King Jean-Claude to stage a military siege on Dunwyn.|
|73||45b||"A Gummi is a Gummi's Best Friend"||November 18, 1989|
|Gusto creates a lifelike stone statue of Zummi, then persuades Zummi to come to his workshop so he can create a better one. Meanwhile, Gruffi mistakes the statue for his friend, believing that Zummi has turned himself into stone – and so does Lady Bane.|
|74||46||"Beg, Burrow and Steal"||December 9, 1989|
|The Trolls are on the loose again, and this time they´ve hijacked an ancient Gummi digging machine.|
|75||47||"Return to Ursalia"||December 16, 1989|
A message by Sir Thornberry lures both the Gummis and Igthorn back to Ursalia, where a new band of Gummies, the Barbica, have taken refuge. The new tenants, however, are mostly a rather unsociable bunch with a deep hatred for all humans. They seek the ultimate weapon in Ursalia to get revenge against the humans. And as it so happens, this weapon is close to falling into Igthorn´s hands.Note: This is the final episode where Zummi Gummi is voiced by Paul Winchell.
|76||57b||"Never Give a Gummi an Even Break"||January 6, 1990|
|Grammi finds what seems to be a Gummi that is a side show and takes him home to Gummi Glen, but Gruffi thinks there is something wrong with his bear. Are Gruffi´s suspicions correct, or have they found another Gummi Bear?|
Season 6: 1990–91
|Nº||Ep||Title||Original air date|
|77||51||"A Gummi's Work Is Never Done"||September 10, 1990|
|Grammi and Gruffi decide to trade their usual chores to find out who has the easier job. Meanwhile, Toadie and Igthorn discover blueprints for an ancient Gummi Bear logging machine, but needs a Gummi to build it for him, leading to another hunt for the bears.|
|78||57a||"Friar Tum"||September 12, 1990|
Lured by the aroma of their daily baking, Tummi ends up in the company of human monks, is forced to protect the faithful friars from the thieving trolls, and finally learns to say no for his own good.Note: Jim Cummings replaces Paul Winchell as the voice of Zummi Gummi.
|79||48||"Tuxford's Turnaround"||September 18, 1990|
Cubbi and Tummi witness a delegation of knights arriving for a great tournament. Sir Tuxford appears to be no match for his younger peers, so Cavin asks Cubbi and Tummi to lend a helping hand. But Igthorn using the tournament as a diversion to take over Dunwyn and a broken secret Gummi door make things much more complicated than necessary.Note: This is Jason Marsden's last episode voicing Cavin. He had the longest tenure of voicing the character at a little over two seasons.
|80||50||"Toadie the Conqueror"||September 19, 1990|
|Igthorn comes into the possession of an invincible magical suit armor of an infamous villain from the past. Unfortunately, this armor fits diminutive Toadie only, and once the dwarfish Ogre realizes its power, he simply decides to take his Dukie's place as the ruler of Dunwyn!|
|81||52a||"Zummi in Slumberland"||September 25, 1990|
|Zummi has become burnt out on remembering his magic spells lately, so much that he starts casting them in his sleep.|
|82||53||"Patchwork Gummi"||September 26, 1990|
|Sunni finds an old enchanted Gummi quilt which records the old Gummis' greatest achievements on its patches. In her eagerness to show it to Calla, she loses the quilt to Lady Bane, who promptly employs its magic to try to make herself queen of Dunwyn.|
|83||49||"Thornberry to the Rescue"||October 19, 1990|
|In his clumsiness, Sir Thornberry inadvertently releases the Spinster, an old, spiderlike menace of the Gummi Bears. When this results in Gruffi, Zummi, Grammi, Tummi, Sunni, and Cubbi all being kidnapped by the monster, he and Cavin become the Gummis' best hope of escaping this monster before she makes dinner out of them.|
|84||56||"Once More, the Crimson Avenger"||November 5, 1990|
|Cubbi almost gives up after a defeat, but is re-inspired by a young boy's faith in the Crimson Avenger.|
|85||52b||"A Recipe for Trouble"||November 6, 1990|
|Grammi tries to become a better cook and collects a number of strange roots for seasoning. Unfortunately, a trio of gnomes needs these roots to appease an everhungry, bullying monster, and when they also kidnap Gruffi, Zummi, Tummi, and Sunni to feed to the monster, Grammi decides to give him a taste of her house-made cooking.|
|86||54||"Queen of the Carpies"||November 15, 1990|
|The bullying king of the Carpies loses his crown, which ends up in Sunni's hands – and the other Carpies promptly assume that she has defeated the king. Thus they take poor Sunni once again to Carpy Mountain, this time to rule as a queen, while the other Gummi's must team up with their old foe, the deposed Carpy King, to get her back.|
|87||58||"True Gritty"||November 19, 1990|
|Cubbi accidentally wrecks Ursalia's water reservoir, leaving the ancient metropolis short of its most important commodity. While Gruffi, Ursa and Sir Thornberry keep bickering whilst following an ancient aqueduct to find out why the water flow has stopped, Gritty and Cubbi try to lasso and train a few ramas (an amalgam of ram and lama) to fetch water from the not-so-nearest river. But then Gritty tries to get revenge on a group of mountain shepherds for human crimes against the ancient Gummi Bears, and Cubbi has a hard time trying to persuade him otherwise.|
|88||64||"King Igthorn: Part I"||November 27, 1990|
|With no sign of Igthorn for an entire year, not even in his own castle, Zummi Gummi finds this news as a perfect opportunity to call on the Great Gummies (much to the skepticism of Gruffi). However, Igthorn has recently devised the ultimate plan to finally capture the Gummies, obtain the Gummiberry juice, and take over Dunwyn.|
|89||65||"King Igthorn: Part II"||November 28, 1990|
Igthorn and his ogres have destroyed Gummi Glen, captured Dunwyn Kingdom and its citizens, and are keeping Grammi and Tummi held in Drekmore. Now Cavin and the remaining Gummies, with the help of the Barbics, must save them all while Zummi retrieves the Great Book and warn the Great Gummies to turn back.Note: Series finale.
|90||60||"Tummi Trouble"||February 14, 1991|
|Igthorn purchases a love potion from a traveling gypsy to get Lady Bane around. But a severe accident instead makes Lady Bane fall in love with Toadie, and Tummi in love with Lady Bane!|
|91||55||"Rocking Chair Bear"||February 18, 1991|
|When Lady Bane gets a lock of Sunni's hair, she uses it as part of a spell to keep her eternally young. Unfortunately, the spell also ages Sunni from a young Gummi to an old one.|
|92||59||"Trading Faces"||February 19, 1991|
|While thwarting yet one more attempt of Igthorn to claim rulership, Sir Tuxford is injured, so Sir Victor is called in to defend Dunwyn for the period of Tuxford's recovery. However, soon Igthorn hits upon a plan to use his likeness to his twin brother to conquer Dunwyn after all ...|
|93||62||"May the Best Princess Win"||February 20, 1991|
|King Gregor and Calla travel to the realm of King Jean-Claude and his daughter Marie to discuss an alliance against a fiendish villain, Marquis de Bouillabaisse, and Sunni, Cubbi and Tummi decide to hike along. However, once more Calla and Marie initiate a competitive quarrel, which leads them right into the arms of Bouillabaisse.|
|94||61||"Wings Over Dunwyn"||February 21, 1991|
|Grammi and Tummi go to feed a flock of giant birds just returning from their winter quarters, only to be forced to protect them from Igthorn hunting these birds to use them as war steeds and take care of one of their young at the same time!|
|95||63||"The Rite Stuff"||February 22, 1991|
|Eager to meet the Barbics, Cavin accompanies the Gummis on a trip to Ursalia. He is at first not welcomed by the Barbics, but soon gets the chance to prove himself in a manhood ritual which Buddy has to undergo in order to become a full member of his tribe. However, a pair of satyr poachers are on the prowl looking for furs to line their purses – and the Gummis just so happen to be quite hairy ...|
- Bill Cotter, The Wonderful World of Disney Television: Supplemental Material, available on CD-ROM from the author
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