List of Pelswick episodes

The following is a list of episodes for the Nickelodeon/CBC animated series, Pelswick. The series was co-produced by Nelvana Limited and Suzhou Hong Ying Animation Corporation Limited in association with CBC Television and Nickelodeon.


Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 13 October 5, 2000 April 15, 2001
2 13 October 3, 2001 November 15, 2002

Season 1: 2000–2001

EP# Title Directed by Written by Overview Original Airdate
1 "Inherit the Wheeled" Charles E. Bastien Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers Fearing for his safety, the school forbids Pelswick to go on a class camping trip, even though Pelswick correctly points out that "I'm the only kid who can't get accidentally paralyzed!" October 5, 2000
2 "I Won't Run, Don't Ask Me" Charles E. Bastien Darwin Vickers Unable to threaten Pelswick physically, Boyd decides to humiliate him on a whole different level—by nominating him for school president. October 26, 2000
3 "Brain Suckers of Skuldeth 5" Charles E. Bastien Alan Daniels Ace and Goon lure Pelswick into participating in the latest craze, the Brain Suckers trading card game. Soon Pelswick is totally hooked—and Boyd has the one ultra-rare card Pelswick would do anything to get. November 2, 2000
4 "Me, Myself And Irate" Charles E. Bastien Andrew Nicholls, Darrell Vickers & Leonard Dick Pelswick tries to avoid the humiliation of having Gram-Gram deliver a guest lecture at school. November 9, 2000
5 "Draw!" Charles E. Bastien Todd Thicke Pelswick's anonymously drawn cartoon is banned from the school newspaper, leading to a suspension for editor Julie when she won't reveal who drew it. November 16, 2000
6 "N'Talented" Charles E. Bastien Todd Thicke A pre-packaged boy band has all the girls swooning. Pelswick, meanwhile, desperately tries to hate the band, but to his horror finds that he actually kinda likes their music. November 23, 2000
7 "Assault And A Battery" Charles E. Bastien Darwin Vickers & Todd Thicke Pelswick and Boyd build a chili-powered battery that ends up turning Pelswick's wheelchair into a 50-mph menace. November 30, 2000
8 "The Wheel World" Charles E. Bastien Todd Thicke & Alan Daniels A camera crew invades the Eggert household when a producer sees Pelswick as the ideal subject for a reality-based TV show. December 7, 2000
9 "David And Goonliath" Charles E. Bastien Leonard Dick & Darwin Vickers Despite a noticeable lack of talent, Goon becomes a professional wrestler—and Pelswick must figure out a way to keep him from getting slaughtered in the ring. December 7, 2000
10 "Spring Broken" Sean V. Jeffrey Jennifer Pertsch Ace, Goon and the Eggert family head off to Camp Self-Esteemawa for Spring Break...but the camp's determinedly non-competitive atmosphere prevents anyone from having fun. December 22, 2000
11 "Transmission Impossible" Charles E. Bastien Kenn Scott & John Pellatt When Bayview's only rock-and-roll radio station changes its format to all-news, Pelswick opens a pirate rock music station of his own—one that quickly begins consuming all his time and energy. December 29, 2000
12 "Blink And You're At 182" Charles E. Bastien Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers The school is thrown into an uproar when a website publishes a list of students in order of popularity. April 8, 2001
13 "Nursing Home Alone" Charles E. Bastien John Pellatt, Kenn Scott & Darwin Vickers Gram-Gram and her friends decide to check into a shady nursing home without even saying good-bye to their families. It's up to a bewildered Pelswick to organize a rescue mission while simultaneously planning a surprise party for Quentin. April 15, 2001

Season 2: 2001–2002

EP# Title Directed by Written by Overview Original air date
14 "Eggertggedon" Sean V. Jeffrey Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers All of Bayview starts panicking when it appears that a nuclear-powered space station is going to plunge through the atmosphere and destroy the town. October 3, 2001
15 "Wheeldini" Sean V. Jeffrey Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers The mayor of Bayview somehow manages to lose all of the town's money, so he hires a magician to find it. Though it's obvious the magician is a sham, no one but Pelswick realizes this. Meanwhile, Gram-Gram and Agnes go searching for the missing money on their own, with some help from a mule. October 10, 2001
16 "The Birdboy of Alcatraz" Sean V. Jeffrey Darwin Vickers Pelswick is deemed terminally uncool when he takes up birdwatching to impress Julie. Meanwhile, Gram-Gram and Agnes get jobs as store detectives, and a trainee guardian angel takes over for Mr. Jimmy. October 17, 2001
17 "Boyd, Here Comes The Flood" Sean V. Jeffrey Christian Murray & Mary Colin Chisholm Substitute teacher Gram-Gram spins tales about the Bayview flood of 1921 in order to impress Pelswick's class, little dreaming of the disastrous consequences that will follow. October 24, 2001
18 "It Must Be The Shoes" Sean V. Jeffrey Steven Sullivan Basketball fever sweeps Bayview as Pelswick considers trying out for the school basketball team, Sandra and Julie try to organize a girls' team, and Quentin tutors Boyd and his gang so that they can remain eligible to play. October 31, 2001
19 "Oh Bully, Where Art Thou?" Sean V. Jeffrey Andrew Nicholls & Darrell Vickers Pelswick enters the Paraquest Games for handicapped athletes, and is surprised to find that Boyd is his chief competitor. Meanwhile, Julie and Sandra try to save a tree. November 7, 2001
20 "The Case of The Filchered Files" Sean V. Jeffrey Darwin Vickers The Eggert family are forced to scrimp and save when Quentin loses his job; Alcatraz Junior High celebrates its 75th anniversary. November 14, 2001
21 "Pelswick On A String" Sean V. Jeffrey John Mein A decidedly flaky therapist forces the students in Pelswick's class to build marionettes in their own self-images as a therapeutic exercise. When Pelswick refuses to include a wheelchair as part of his self-image puppet, he's deemed to be deliberately undermining the therapy, and is suspended until he can put his puppet on a wheelchair. November 21, 2001
22 "Shall We Dance?" Sean V. Jeffrey Al Schwartz Pelswick goes on a blind date with a girl who doesn't know about his wheelchair. When he discovers that his date loves dancing, he goes to extreme lengths to keep her from finding out that he's paralyzed from the waist down. November 28, 2001
23 "A Rap And A Hard Place" Sean V. Jeffrey Christian Murray & Mary Colin Chisholm Julie tries to shake everyone out of their apathy by forming a band; Sandra obsesses on the healing powers of yellow boots; Gram-Gram and Agnes go gambling. December 5, 2001
24 "Hear No Evil, P.C. No Evil" Sean V. Jeffrey Andrew Nicholls & Darwin Vickers Quentin's politically correct new girlfriend wins over everyone in the Eggert family except Pelswick. September 20, 2002
25 "Kick Me Kate" Sean V. Jeffrey Andrew Nicholls & Darwin Vickers Pelswick tries to get Kate's new boyfriend to stand up for himself; Julie gets increasingly frustrated with Sandra's outrageous clothing; Gram-Gram and Agnes go on dates. September 27, 2002
26 "Invasion of The Buddy Snatchers" Sean V. Jeffrey Darwin Vickers Almost everyone in town gets caught up in a bizarre pyramid scheme to sell laundry detergent. The only exceptions are Julie and Sandra (who are too busy embarking on a recycling drive of truly epic proportions) and poor Pelswick, who, as usual, is trying to be the voice of reason amidst all the chaos. November 15, 2002


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