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The following is a list of episodes for the show Lego: The Animated Series. The series premiered on September 6, 1997 to December 14, 2002.

Series Overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
Pilot 1 March 5, 1994
1 26 September 6, 1997 February 28, 1998
2 26 September 12, 1998 March 27, 1999
3 26 October 9, 1999 April 22, 2000
4 26 September 9, 2000 March 24, 2001
5 26 August 25, 2001 March 23, 2002
6 13 September 21, 2002 December 14, 2002

Original Pilot (1994)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
0 Pilot March 5, 1994 100

Season 1 (1997-1998)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
1 "LEGO City" September 6, 1997 101
2 "The Goodtimes of the Giving" September 6, 1997 102
3 "‎Foodfight" September 13, 1997 103
4 "Legozilla" September 13, 1997 104
5 "Attack of the Mutant Pizzas" September 20, 1997 105
6 "Box Office Infomaniac!" September 27, 1997 106
7 "Lego Wars" October 4, 1997 107
8 "Bad Guys Most Wanted" October 11, 1997 108
9 "Places of the Fun" October 18, 1997 109
10 "Monster Hunters" October 25, 1997 110
11 "Space" November 1, 1997 111
12 "BrickTV" November 8, 1997 112
13 "Pepper Roni's Nightmares" November 15, 1997 113
14 "The Powerful Artwork" November 29, 1997 114
15 "Mr. Daring" December 6, 1997 115
16 "The Incredible Shrinking Mr. Bob" December 13, 1997 116
17 "Ho Ho Ho at LEGO City" December 20, 1997 117
18 "Trading Places" December 27, 1997 118
19 "Nothin' But the Brick" January 3, 1998 119
20 "Clockstoppers" January 10, 1998 120
21 "Here Comes The Cakeblocks" January 17, 1998 121
22 "Book of Secrets" January 24, 1998 122
23 "What's Next?" January 31, 1998 123
24 "The Long Roadshow" February 14, 1998 124
25 "Choose A Minifigure" February 21, 1998 125
26 "Rider Jack" February 28, 1998 126

Season 2 (1998-1999)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
27 "The Wolf of the West" September 12, 1998 201
28 "Twister are Evil" September 19, 1998 202
29 "Moon Dreamers" September 26, 1998 203
30 "Hey Arthur" October 3, 1998 204
31 "You Gotta Have Magic?" October 10, 1998 205
32 "You're a Mean One, Mr. Bob" October 17, 1998 206
33 "Version At The Prince Night" October 24, 1998 207
34 "The Dark Crow" October 31, 1998 208
35 "Paint God" November 7, 1998 209
36 "A Lego Family Vacation" November 21, 1998 210
37 "A Pepper in King Arthur's Court Part 1" November 28, 1998 211
38 "A Pepper in King Arthur's Court Part 2" December 5, 1998 212
39 "A Hundred-Year-Old Camera" December 12, 1998 213
40 "Infomandanger" December 19, 1998 214
41 "Dinosaurs in the 20th Century?" January 2, 1999 215
42 "An Scary Wizard At LEGO City" January 9, 1999 216
43 "Snow White and the Seven Bricks" January 16, 1999 217
44 "Go Go Go, Carmen!" January 23, 1999 218
45 "Master Hand" January 30, 1999 219
46 "Failure To Launch" February 6, 1999 220
47 "Greenwood The Smasher Ape" February 20, 1999 221
48 "Runaway, Idiot!" February 27, 1999 222
49 "Detective Pepper" March 6, 1999 223
50 "Legozilla II" March 13, 1999 224
51 "Just One Click" March 20, 1999 225
52 "The Treasure" March 27, 1999 226

Season 3 (1999-2000)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
53 "The Old Man With Little Hands" October 9, 1999 301
54 "Villain's Turnpike" October 16, 1999 302
55 "What Monkey Is Doing On Your Back?" October 23, 1999 303
56 "Halloween Are Scary" October 30, 1999 304
57 "An American Brick" November 6, 1999 305
58 "Splat" November 13, 1999 306
59 "Rush Hour" November 20, 1999 307
60 "The Best Shagginess Ever!" November 27, 1999 308
61 "Red Star At LEGO City" December 11, 1999 309
62 "Go And Get It" December 18, 1999 310
63 "Christmas Time At Lego Island" December 25, 1999 311
64 "Mountain Time" January 1, 2000 312
65 "Brickerella" January 8, 2000 313
66 "A Lost Tango Part 1" January 15, 2000 314
67 "A Lost Tango Part 2" January 22, 2000 315
68 "Brother vs. Brick" February 5, 2000 316
69 "Bully Gets Super Powers" February 12, 2000 317
70 "Code Name: K.B." February 19, 2000 318
71 "Electric Boogaloo" February 26, 2000 319
72 "Everything Badgeday" March 4, 2000 320
73 "I'm Faster Than You" March 11, 2000 321
74 "Cheaper by the Brick" March 25, 2000 322
75 "The Disappeared Cave" April 1, 2000 323
76 "The Good, the Bad and the Kilroy" April 8, 2000 324
77 "The Writing Work for Miss Sunshine" April 15, 2000 325
78 "Oh No, It's Living Doll" April 22, 2000 326

Season 4 (2000-2001)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
79 "Magic Master" September 9, 2000 401
80 "Legozilla III" September 16, 2000 402
81 "Heathpuff at the Zoo" September 23, 2000 403
82 "Cute But Evil" September 30, 2000 404
83 "Skyline" October 14, 2000 405
84 "The Mysteries of the Max Museum" October 21, 2000 406
85 "Bricks From The Crypt" October 28, 2000 407
86 "O, A Pizza Adventure" November 11, 2000 408
87 "Dude, We're Getting the Company Back" November 18, 2000 409
88 "Infomandanger Returns" November 25, 2000 410
89 "Finders Keepers" December 2, 2000 411
90 "Twilight Xmas" December 9, 2000 412
91 "Trading Spaces" December 16, 2000 413
92 "Bill & Pepper's Excellent Adventure" December 23, 2000 414
93 "Lantern at the LEGO City Part 1" December 30, 2000 415
94 "Lantern at the LEGO City Part 2" January 6, 2001 416
95 "A Pirate Map" January 13, 2001 417
96 "Forgotten Dreams" January 20, 2001 418
97 "Million Dollar Mystery" January 27, 2001 419
98 "Escaper" February 10, 2001 420
99 "Broadway Magic" February 17, 2001 421
100 "3D Wars" February 24, 2001 422
101 "The Return of the Moon Dreamers" March 3, 2001 423
102 "Too Many Bricks" March 10, 2001 424
103 "Super Trax" March 17, 2001 425
104 "The Wall of the Ice" March 24, 2001 426

Season 5 (2001-2002)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
105 "The Table and Stuff" August 25, 2001 501
106 "Luke Nelson's Playhouse" September 1, 2001 502
107 "That's Fake Rain Road!" September 8, 2001 503
108 "Adventure Camp Forever!" October 6, 2001 (originally scheduled for aired in September 15, 2001 but had to delayed due to the 9/11 attacks) 504
109 "Penguin for a Day" October 13, 2001 (originally scheduled for aired in September 22, 2001 but had to delayed due to the 9/11 attacks) 505
110 "Case Hotel" October 20, 2001 506
111 "The Computer Ride" October 27, 2001 507
112 "The Funtime at the Epic Land Part 1" November 3, 2001 508
113 "The Funtime at the Epic Land Part 2" November 10, 2001 509
114 "The Wacky and Crazy Brick" November 24, 2001 510
115 "The Space Dream" December 1, 2001 511
116 "Quest of Invention" December 8, 2001 512
117 "Work Hard, Infomaniac!" December 15, 2001 513
118 "The Brick Clause" December 22, 2001 514
119 "Musical Island" December 29, 2001 515
120 "My Sister Rachel Brick" January 5, 2002 516
121 "Mail Time for Alex Crawly" January 12, 2002 517
122 "Bricks Not Included" January 19, 2002 518
123 "Just in Time for the Film Festival" January 26, 2002 519
124 "It's Full of the Gimmicks!" February 2, 2002 520
125 "Page 1,000" February 9, 2002 521
126 "Legozilla IV: The Last Revenge" February 16, 2002 522
127 "Lego The Animated Series: The Next Generation" March 2, 2002 523
128 "The B-Bomb World" March 9, 2002 524
129 "Morph Hero" March 16, 2002 525
130 "The Godbricker" March 23, 2002 526

Season 6 (2002)

Episode Title Description Debuts Air Date Code Number
131 "Sleepless in LEGO City" September 21, 2002 601
132 "Brick of the Hill" September 28, 2002 602
133 "Happy Birthday Mr. Daring" October 5, 2002 603
134 "Pepper's Video Show" October 12, 2002 604
135 "Lego Zombie Island" October 19, 2002 605
136 "Star Point Part 1" October 26, 2002 606
137 "Star Point Part 2" November 2, 2002 607
138 "Back to the Brick" November 9, 2002 608
139 "Sandbox is Cool!" November 23, 2002 609
140 "Pepper Pen" November 30, 2002 610
141 "Infomandanger Forever" December 7, 2002 611
142 "Say Goodbye Part 1" December 14, 2002 612
143 "Say Goodbye Part 2" December 14, 2002 613

Unaired Episodes

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