List of Max & Shred episodes
|First aired||Last aired||Network|
|1||26||October 6, 2014||July 11, 2015||Nickelodeon|
|2||TBA||March 21, 2016||TBA||Nicktoons|
Season 1 (2014–15)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"The Big Hair Switch 360"||Steve Wright||Josh Greenbaum & Ben McMillan||October 6, 2014||101||1.15|
|Max Asher, a superstar snowboarder, moves to Colorado, into the home of Alvin Ackerman and his family, to train for the winter cup. Alvin becomes jealous of Max and the attention that he receives. Things take a turn for the worse when Max's agent accidentally takes Alvin to a snowboarding challenge, believing him to be Max. Meanwhile, Max has to fill in for Alvin at a science fair with Alvin's friend, Howie. At the end, Alvin does a 50-foot drop, intended for Max to do, and the boys also make up. Max gives Alvin a nickname, "Shred", which makes him feel better.|
|2||2||"The Lien Love Triangle"||Steve Wright||Jennifer Daley||October 7, 2014||104||1.33|
|A new girl named Quinn begins attending Blizzard Springs High School. Max and Alvin both like Quinn, and take her on separate dates to allow her to decide who she likes better, but both dates end disastrously. Meanwhile, Abby keeps pressuring Quinn to join the school's soccer team.|
|3||3||"The 1080 Room Twist"||Adam Weissman||George Doty IV||October 8, 2014||102||1.19|
|Max and Alvin become annoyed with each other as roommates. Abby and the boys discover that Lloyd has kept a secret den room hidden from them by passing it off as a dangerous closet that should never be entered. Lloyd had kept the room a secret so he could work in there alone on his wizard novel, for which he has only written one page in three years. Max and Alvin both want the room, as does Abby, who wishes to turn it into a closet for her clothes. Lloyd is forced to choose which child should receive the room. Each of the children bribe Lloyd with gifts to increase their chances of getting the room, but they realize he will not make a decision so he can keep receiving gifts. The children enlist Howie's help in deciding who gets the room. Howie brings the children into the den and explains that the last person to leave the room should be the one to get it. Abby quickly concedes the contest when she realizes she left her cellphone in the living room and leaves to retrieve it. Abby and Howie then help Lloyd with his novel. The next morning, Max and Alvin realize that regardless of who wins the den, they will still get their own bedroom. However, Lloyd announces that he needs his den again to complete his novel.|
|4||4||"The Nosebonk Nemesis"||Steve Wright||Jennifer Daley||October 9, 2014||107||0.95|
|Max prepares to compete against his nemesis, Finnish snowboarder Yuud Nuuderuud. Max insists to Alvin that Yuud is a cheater who has sabotaged previous snowboarding competitions to defeat him. Abby begins dating Yuud, who appears friendly; they both convince Alvin that Max is simply mistaken. Max is upset when the family invites Yuud to their house for dinner. The next day, Alvin discovers through his surveillance camera footage that Yuud had sabotaged Max's snowboard the previous night. Alvin and Abby warn Max before the snowboard race begins. Abby interrupts a live interview that Yuud is giving so she can reveal his cheating tactics. Meanwhile, Alvin repeatedly declines Kaylee's request to leave a box of rats in the kitchen of her competitor, Ken and Sherry's Fro-Yo Hut.|
|5||5||"The Snow Day Variety Method"||Don McCutcheon||Josh Greenbaum & Ben McMillan||October 14, 2014||109||1.39|
|Alvin becomes nervous when a blizzard hits Blizzard Springs. Alvin tells Max that Lloyd enjoys putting on a variety show whenever the power goes out during a blizzard. Part of the show includes Alvin being forced by Lloyd to dress up in a Squiggle Puppy outfit and sing a song, an embarrassing video of which was uploaded to the Internet years earlier by Lloyd. Abby invites her boyfriend, a bad poetry writer named Derek, over to the house to end her relationship with him. Max, Derek, and the Ackermans become snowed in at the house. Howie tunnels her way through the snow to make sure Max is okay, but the tunnel collapses, trapping her at the house as well. When the power goes out, Lloyd begins setting up for his variety show, and insists that Alvin sing while dressed in the Squiggle Puppy outfit. Max freaks out at the idea of being trapped, so Alvin decides to sing in his Squiggle Puppy outfit to calm Max down. Max then tells Alvin that he was never actually worried about being trapped, and that this was his plan to help Alvin get over his embarrassment of the Squiggle Puppy video.|
|6||6||"The Frontside Hero Slide"||Don McCutcheon||Ethan Banville||October 15, 2014||106||1.02|
|Alvin invents a device that can turn anything into water. Alvin intends to enter the device in a competition so he can gain entry into a science society called Think Easy, allowing him to meet scientist Carl DeLawn Lewis, who was Alvin's inspiration for Mr. P's appearance. Alvin's nemesis, Wendy Chong, damages his device with an electromagnetic pulse. Max then sneaks Alvin and himself into a party for Think Easy while disguised as German scientists. Alvin is accepted into Think Easy after Max informs Lewis of his scientific achievements. Howie and Diane disagree on how to train Abby for an upcoming marathon run. Abby eventually fakes an injury so Diane and Howie will leave her alone, allowing her to train on her own.|
|7||7||"The Blunt Stall Auction Flail"||Steve Wright||Ethan Banville||October 16, 2014||103||1.36|
|Abby accidentally auctions off Max's special snowboard, which he believes brings him good luck. Alvin attempts to prove to Max that superstitions are not real, so he creates a replica of the snowboard and claims it is the original. Max loses a snowboarding competition while riding on the replica snowboard. Alvin admits that the snowboard was not the original, and Max forgives him.|
|8||8||"The Alt-Ctrl-Shifty Laptop Burn"||Don McCutcheon||Mike Kiss||October 20, 2014||110||1.12|
Alvin is jealous of Max's corporate sponsorship deals. Abby signs Alvin up for a sponsorship deal with a foreign computer company, but the laptop computer that Alvin has to promote is poorly built and prone to overheating, and the company threatens to take $5 million from him if he backs out of the deal.Absent: Siobhan Murphy as Diane Ackerman, Jean-Michel Le Gal as Lloyd Ackerman
|9||9||"The Half-Cab Robot Baby Bonk"||Larry A. McLean||Ethan Banville||October 21, 2014||111||1.25|
Alvin and Max must take care of a fake baby for a school project. Abby, who wants to babysit so she can save enough money to buy a convertible car, takes the baby around town to demonstrate to parents that she can be responsible. When Alvin and Max find Abby, they fight for the baby and accidentally tear it apart, an incident that is caught on video by several bystanders. Although Alvin and Max manage to put the baby back together, their teacher reveals to them an online video of the baby being torn apart. However, he passes them because they worked together to reassemble the baby.Absent: Jean-Michel Le Gal as Lloyd Ackerman
|10||10||"The Stalefish Double Flip"||Larry A. McLean||Jennifer Daley||October 22, 2014||112||1.04|
|Alvin becomes jealous after Max accompanies Lloyd to a father-son work event, which Alvin initially declined to attend. Alvin then insists that he accompany Lloyd and Max on an ice-fishing trip. Alvin brings along a special "fission rod", which ultimately expels a laser that melts the doorknob to the ice hut, trapping the three of them inside. Diane and Abby stay home and watch a horror film. Howie visits the house and accidentally sees a scene of the film that frightens her. Diane and Abby do all they can to comfort Howie, who uses this to her advantage to get what she wants.|
|11||11||"The Switch Shifty Birthday Party"||Don McCutcheon||Mike Kiss||November 3, 2014||105||N/A|
|Max discovers a secret box hidden under Alvin's bed. When Alvin refuses to disclose what is inside the box, Max and Howie break it open and discover a bottle of green shampoo. Alvin then tells them that he invented the shampoo when he was six years old, believing that it had the capability to keep hair clean forever. He also informs them that six years earlier, Abby's ninth birthday party was ruined when she used the shampoo, which turned her hair green and scared her friends away. Following the incident, Abby chose to have no further birthday parties. Abby discovers that Alvin not only kept the shampoo, but invented it. To cheer Abby up, Max and Alvin celebrate the seven birthday parties that she would have had.|
|12||12||"The Nose Butter Brain Freeze"||Adam Weissman||George Doty IV||November 4, 2014||108||1.23|
|The Yogurt Yeti holds an employee contest to choose a new frozen yogurt flavor. Max becomes an employee there to help increase Alvin's chances of winning the contest. Alvin is upset when Max takes his title as the employee of the month. Max and Alvin then compete to see who can create the winning frozen yogurt flavor. Alvin is fired after his special Deep Freeze Deluxe flavor gives the customers severe brain freezes. When Max discovers how much Alvin enjoyed his job, he performs poorly at work to get himself fired, allowing Alvin to reclaim his job.|
|13||13||"The Academic Bowl Chong Problem"||Don McCutcheon||Mike Kiss||November 5, 2014||113||1.56|
|Alvin teams up with his two friends and his nemesis, Wendy, to train for the Academic Bowl. Max believes Wendy has an evil plan to sabotage Alvin's team, so he asks Howie to help. Later, Alvin, Max, and Howie find out that Wendy has a crush on Max. Then she loses interest because Max rejects her and soon she leaves the team, making Max the team's new member. Wendy creates her own team and the two teams compete with each other to determine who will go to the Academic Bowl.|
|14||14||"The Switch Jolly Mambo Varial"||Don McCutcheon||Ethan Banville||November 17, 2014||114||1.54|
|Diane tells Alvin and Abby that they probably do not realize how difficult each others' life is, so they switch lifestyles for a day. Max assists Alvin to help him win the bet while Howie assists Abby. Alvin offers advice to Abby's friends and begins to believe that Abby's life is very easy, while Abby faces difficulty inventing things, a skill possessed by Alvin. After inventing a failed blender-powered scooter, Abby builds a food dehydrator that can preserve food forever. Alvin, who lacks fashion knowledge, invents a machine that can determine the best clothing choices for a person. Alvin and Abby unveil their inventions to their friends, but both machines fail. Abby and Alvin learn that each others' lives are not so easy after all.|
|15||15||"The Yeti Misty Flip Makeover"||Keith Samples||Jennifer Daley||November 18, 2014||115||1.23|
|Kaylee's relationship with her boyfriend, Robert, has recently ended, and she is too upset to properly operate the Yogurt Yeti. Alvin hires a reality television series, Fro-Yo Shop Makeover, to renovate the Yogurt Yeti to bring in new customers. Kaylee is disappointed with the renovation, which consists of new curtains and expensive frozen yogurt toppings. Meanwhile, Max allows Howie to take over his fan website so it can be updated more often. Howie then organizes Max-a-Thon, a week-long event for Max's fans to spend time with him. Max initially complains to Howie about the event, but later enjoys spending time with his fans. Alvin eventually brings Kaylee and Robert back together, and the Yogurt Yeti resumes operations.|
|16||16||"The Air-to-Fakie Autobiography"||Keith Samples||Mike Kiss||November 19, 2014||116||1.05|
|Max has difficulty writing his autobiography, and eventually hires Abby to ghostwrite it for him. Abby writes various absurd stories to fill in the book, which Max does not bother to read through. Max appears on a talk show to discuss the book and his life. Backstage, Abby provides hints to Max on how to answer each question. Abby eventually comes onto the show to admit that the book is entirely fictional and that she wrote it for him. Following the advice of her horoscope, Howie declines to help Alvin prepare for an upcoming solar storm. When Howie discovers that Alvin does not believe in horoscopes, she permanently quits as his assistant. Diane later convinces Howie that different people have different beliefs. Howie begins working with Alvin again.|
|17||17||"The Blindside Scoutmaster Disaster"||Steve Wright||Mike Kiss||January 5, 2015||121||1.01|
Max and Alvin become the leaders of a group of Junior Porcupine scouts, and plan to take them on a camping trip. Max disagrees with Alvin's idea of bringing technology on the trip, so the scouts are split into two teams: one led by Max and the other led by Alvin. Both teams are upset with their leader after problematic camping experiences, but they later have a fun time indoors. Meanwhile, Abby gets a job as the Yogurt Yeti's mascot and must greet customers while dressed in a yeti costume.Absent: Siobhan Murphy as Diane Ackerman, Jean-Michel Le Gal as Lloyd Ackerman
|18||18||"The Joey Huckfest Prankpipe"||Don McCutcheon||Ethan Banville||January 6, 2015||117||1.14|
|Alvin becomes obsessed with pranks, but he and Max are suspended after they prank their high school principal. Abby, Diane and Howie attempt to get a possum out of the Ackerman household.|
|19||19||"The Buttery Bad Luck Streak"||Don McCutcheon||Jennifer Daley||January 7, 2015||118||1.08|
|Max and the Ackerman family prepare for a trip to Switzerland so Max can participate in a snowboarding event. After Abby's cellphone explodes and Max's foot is nearly crushed by a bowling ball, they become convinced that they are suffering bad luck. At Lloyd's request, Howie installs an advanced security system on the Ackerman home to protect it during the trip. Lloyd and Diane discover that their passport photos have been replaced with pictures of dogs; they leave the house to have the passports corrected. Max's nemesis, Yuud Nuuderuud, appears at the house and reveals that he was responsible for attempting to sabotage the family's trip, to seek revenge against Max, Alvin and Abby. Yuud takes control of the home's security system and locks the children inside, refusing to release them until they agree to praise him in a live online video. While the camera is still filming, Howie manages to record Yuud as he admits that he is not as great as the children had said. Yuud releases the children before he becomes aware of his mistake.|
|20||20||"The Backside Family Eggflip"||Steve Wright||Jennifer Daley||January 12, 2015||120||1.23|
|Max is depressed about his upcoming birthday, as it will be the first one he has celebrated away from his mother. At the birthday party, Alvin unveils his present: Max's mother, Laura. However, Laura overhears the dangerous situations that Max has gotten into since moving in with the Ackermans, and believes that their house is not safe enough for him. Laura decides that she will bring Max back home to live with her, against his desire to stay. Later that night, the Ackermans attempt to behave in a sophisticated manner, to impress Laura and convince her that they are a normal and safe family. Although Laura knows the family is acting, she realizes that they would not go through the trouble unless they genuinely cared about Max. Laura decides to let Max stay with the Ackermans.|
|21||21||"Boardercross Bionic Boost"||David Winning||Jennifer Daley||January 13, 2015||122||0.97|
|Alvin becomes Howie's assistant to help her prepare for a youth science fair, but she becomes overly demanding towards him. Howie creates a bionic hand, but Alvin does not believe it will work properly as she did not take the time to test it. At the science fair, Alvin volunteers to demonstrate the bionic hand so Howie will not feel embarrassed if it does not work. Alvin is surprised to learn how well the bionic hand works, but he injures himself when he demonstrates its strength against a brick wall. Meanwhile, Max receives a ping pong table through one of his sponsorship deals. Lloyd and Diane, who had previously suffered from an addiction to ping pong, become too obsessed with the new table to do anything else. Max and Abby, hoping to restore normalcy to their home, challenge Lloyd and Diane to a ping pong competition. Max and Abby win, and the ping pong table is removed.|
|22||22||"The Goofy Tamedog Air"||David Winning||Mike Kiss||January 14, 2015||123||1.13|
|Boardwax, Max's dog from Vermont, appears at the Ackerman house. Alvin is allergic to dogs, but to keep Max happy, he lies by telling the family that he no longer suffers from allergies, allowing Max to keep Boardwax. Alvin hides his allergic reactions from the family, but later starts sneezing uncontrollably, scaring Boardwax away. With help from a special device, Max, Alvin and Howie locate Boardwax at the high school. Boardwax is sent back home to Vermont. Meanwhile, Kaylee helps Abby with her improvisational acting, to help prepare her for an upcoming improv competition being held at the Yogurt Yeti. Kaylee and Abby win the competition.|
|23||23||"The Chill Bro Lipslide"||Tony Poffandi||Ethan Banville||January 15, 2015||119||N/A|
|Max believes that Alvin is overworked and convinces him to take a day off from science. Alvin is initially hesitant, but soon enjoys his newfound free time. Problems arise when Alvin decides to never return to science and begins acting immature. Alvin returns to his former self after a frozen yogurt machine at the Yogurt Yeti malfunctions. Meanwhile, Abby ends her relationship with her boyfriend, Joey. Lloyd and Diane, who are good friends with Joey, are more upset about the breakup than Abby is, so she allows them to continue spending time with him.|
|24||24||"The Switch Inward Love Flip"||Keith Samples||Ethan Banville||January 16, 2015||124||N/A|
|Max begins dating a girl named Melanie, who is also a snowboarder. Max becomes uncomfortable when he realizes that Melanie is just like him. Melanie becomes upset when Max asks her to change everything about herself. Instead, Max changes his own appearance and personality with help from Alvin. Meanwhile, Lloyd is certain that he saw a gryphon in the backyard and begins camping there every night in an attempt to capture the creature. Although Abby is skeptical, she joins Lloyd and they spend quality time together. The gryphon turns out to be Howie's surveillance drone, which she uses to watch over the neighborhood on behalf of the block association.|
|25||25||"The Slopestyle Syrup Slob"||Steve Wright||Mike Kiss||June 27, 2015||125||N/A|
|Ozzy Asher, Max's eccentric cousin who enjoys making maple syrup, visits the Ackerman household for a few days. Ozzy decides to extend his visit, but his lifestyle discomforts the Ackermans. Max is upset when the family has Ozzy leave the house. Ozzy and Max then team up against Lloyd in the Yogurt Yeti's maple syrup competition, judged by Kaylee. Max, Ozzy and the family eventually forgive each other and combine their syrups to create the winning syrup. Meanwhile, Diane teaches Abby how to drive a vehicle for her upcoming driver's test, which she passes.|
|26||26||"The Perfect Layback Life"||Steve Wright||George Doty IV||July 11, 2015||126||0.92|
|Max wins the Winter Cup. As a result, Max goes on a national snowboarding tour. Howie and the Ackermans do not want Max to leave, but they pretend they will not be affected by his absence, as they understand that Max's stay was never meant to be permanent. Max becomes upset when he mistakenly believes the family does not enjoy his presence. Max tells Mr. P that he is unsure if he wants to go on the tour, but he ultimately does go. When Mr. P informs Alvin of what Max said, he and Howie plan to find out if Max is happy on his tour. Abby drives Alvin and Howie to Tuba City, Arizona, to catch up with Max on his tour. Max reveals that he is not happy, as much of the tour will consist of autograph signings and making appearances, rather than snowboarding. Max decides to stay in Blizzard Springs with the Ackerman family.|
Season 2 (2016)
- The series moved to Nicktoons starting with this season.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|27||1||"The Shifty Girlfriend 360"||Steve Wright||Mike Kiss||March 21, 2016||202||0.13|
|Alvin is lonely one night while everyone else in the family has a date. The next day, Alvin claims that he has a new girlfriend named Juliet who is an art sculptor. The family believes that Alvin may not have an actual girlfriend, as he had previously made up an imaginary sister when he was younger. The family is surprised when they discover Juliet is real. After overhearing a conversation between Junk and Juliet, Max mistakenly believes that she is only dating Alvin so intelligent children will vote for her in the school's upcoming class president election. Alvin later informs Max that it was his idea to urge intelligent children to vote for Juliet. Meanwhile, Howie has a piglet, Piggles, stay with the Ackermans as part of an intelligence study on the animal. When she discovers that the animal has become less intelligent during its time with the family, she attempts to take it back despite the fact that they have become attached to the piglet. Howie allows the family to keep Piggles after Lloyd convinces her that the piglet is capable of teaching the family things, such as searching for mushrooms in the backyard.|
|28||2||"The Ghostly Grommet Bust"||TBA||TBA||March 22, 2016||205||0.11|
|When Alvin claims he cannot be scared by things as illogical as ghosts, Max, Abby, Howie and Juliet band together to scare him, but are scared themselves when a real ghost shows up.|
|29||3||"The Freeriding Family Mashup"||Steve Wright||Jennifer Daley||March 23, 2016||206||0.09|
|Juliet insists to Alvin that their parents meet, but he believes it would be a bad idea as he is afraid of his parents causing problems. Juliet's parents are ultimately invited to the Ackerman house, but disagreements between them and the Ackermans lead to arguments. Lloyd disagrees with Juliet's mother, an astronaut who claims that Lloyd's space camp training is not nearly the same as the actual space training an astronaut undergoes. Meanwhile, Diane disagrees with Juliet's father, the Blizzard Springs mayor, about issues that affect the city. The parents subsequently forbid their children from seeing each other. Meanwhile, Max and Abby discover that Howie has a secret snow fort. Max and Abby promise Howie that they will keep her fort a secret, but they later invite people over for a party. The fort begins to melt because of a space heater that Max brought inside. Howie lies to Max and Abby by claiming that the fort melted. Later, Howie allows Alvin and Juliet to spend time together in the fort without getting in trouble for violating their parents' orders. Their parents manage to locate them, but ultimately decide to let them keep dating.|
|30||4||"The Duckfooted Dreadful Date"||Steve Wright||Mike Kiss||March 24, 2016||207||0.11|
|Alvin declines to take Abby's advice to get Juliet a present for their forty-second day anniversary, which is a Blizzard Springs tradition that he does not believe is worth celebrating. Juliet is upset when she gets a present for their anniversary and discovers that he has not done the same for her. Alvin then takes advice from Lloyd, Diane, and Mr. P, which leads to a disastrous date at a restaurant. Alvin eventually takes Abby's advice to be himself, allowing him to patch up his relationship with Juliet. Meanwhile, a young girl named Harley insists that she is Max's biggest fan, which upsets Howie. The two girls then take Max's advice and work together to improve his fan website, but Harley later tells Howie that she does not like her and only wants to be friends with Max. When Max discovers the truth about Harley, he stops being friends with her.|
|31||5||"The Rock and Roll Rodeo 540"||Tony Poffandi||Ben McMillan & Josh Greenbaum||March 28, 2016||208||0.11|
|Alvin forms a band with Junk and Peter so they can enter a band competition being held by Kaylee at the Yogurt Yeti. Alvin intends to use the opportunity to sing a song he wrote for Juliet, but Max interferes when he insists on joining the band. Alvin disagrees with Max's clothing choices for the band, as well as his elaborate ideas of how the band should perform with special effects and fireworks. Max and Alvin form their own bands: Max's band includes Junk and Wendy Chong, while Alvin's band includes Peter and Howie. Before they can perform, the bandmembers abandon their demanding band leaders, Max and Alvin, who then perform together and realize they make a good band by themselves. Meanwhile, Abby, who will be leaving home for college soon, spends several days over at a friend's house. Abby uses the opportunity to test out a robot version of herself that Howie built so her family will not miss her once she leaves to attend college. Lloyd and Diane, who were initially upset about Abby leaving for college, find themselves annoyed with the Abby robot and realize they will actually enjoy their free time once Abby leaves. Abby reveals to her parents that this was her plan all along to help them deal with her moving away.|
|32||6||"The McTwisted Memory Making"||Steve Wright||Jennifer Daley||March 29, 2016||201||0.13|
Max is criticized by some online fans for playing with teddy bears and having tea parties with Howie, so his agent hires an image consultant to give Max a tough bad boy makeover. Max's agent also forbids him from spending time with Howie. Max ultimately decides to be himself and befriends Howie again. Abby, who will be attending college soon, is upset that she and Alvin have no happy memories together and wants to fill her photo album with pictures of them doing fun activities. Abby and Alvin initially suffer mishaps during their activities, but they eventually realize that they still had fun together.Absent: Siobhan Murphy as Diane Ackerman, Jean-Michel Le Gal as Lloyd Ackerman
|33||7||"The Inverted Life Coach Layout"||Keith Samples||Ethan Banville||March 30, 2016||203||0.12|
|Max worries when his career aptitude test comes back inconclusive. Abby convinces Max that he could make a good life coach. Max then offers advice to Abby, Diane, and Lloyd, which later backfires. Meanwhile, Alvin puts Howie in charge of reprogramming Mr. P so he will stop mocking him.|
|34||8||"The Spaghetti Air Science Fair"||Larry A. McLean||Jennifer Daley||March 31, 2016||209||0.13|
|Juliet helps Alvin compete against Wendy Chong in their school's science fair. Alvin invents a glove that can predict an opponent's next move in a game of rock-paper-scissors, while Wendy invents a lightweight pair of microscope glasses; they are both surprised when Max is declared the winner for his invention: a rocket-powered snowboard. Alvin gives up science and seeks a new hobby, but has no luck. Juliet convinces the science fair judge to encourage Alvin to stay involved in science. The judge reveals that he only chose Max as the winner because he is a fan of his snowboarding. Max injures his arm when he tests out his new snowboard.|
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