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The G.I. Joe operatives face a big challenge. A look at vegetarianism; questions about the Starbucks logo; Orville Redenbacher's new role
post-concert activities with Alvin and the Chipmunks; Mary Poppins' unusual behavior; the truth behind B.A.Baracus' distaste for flying; G.I. Joe's war experience
A look at a "Fast and Furious" sequel a new role for Wilson from "Cast Away"; Scooby and the gang's Newest member
Osama Bin Laden's end; "The Shirt Tales" gang in World War II; King Don's ruling style; overweight toons on a weight-loss show.
A "Lord of the Rings" spoof; more adventures with E.T.; a birthday gift for Ben 10; a new mission for Captain Planet.
Gadget has a surprise in store; Frosty goes through a change; and two Eternia tourists witness a battle between He-Man and Skeletor.
A prank on Apache Chief; how the Lego people react to non-conformity; a look at a world without wolves; and the consequences of good times for Captain Kirk.
Robot Chicken dreams up a TV theme song that just keeps going and going; The Robot Chicken Nerd joins Team Fortress; She-Ra knows what it feels like to be her horse, Swift Wind; We show you Skeletor's new plan to take over Eternia.
Dora the Explorer turns 15; the reason behind Angry Birds' rage is revealed; and Thomas the Tank Engine meets an explosive end.
E.T. takes over an ER; Harry Potter lands in a not-so-magical situation; the reason why Black Widow and Hawkeye remain part of the Avengers is revealed; and the characters encounter zombies.
A brand new eco-friendly addition to Sesame Street; what happens when Mario from Super Mario Bros. gets rich; and some kind of Pinky & the Brain spoof.
Included: Monopoly in theaters; Dracula's dinner party; "The Little Mermaid" in New York; a new Dr. Seuss character.
Santa almost misses Christmas; Kano spends the holidays with Mrs. Cage; Justin Bieber releases a new song; and G.I. Joe has a special Christmas.
Spoofed: Rocky and Bullwinkle; Badtz-Maru; "The Hunger Games".
The truth behind "Airwolf"; the final episode of "iCarly"; a "Star Trek" song.
The Teletubbies new roles as Power Rangers; Doc Brown's struggle with his time machine; 50 Cent's latest collaborator; a Lego person's birth.
A meeting between Jason Voorhees and Michael Meyers; a rap for pescatarians; the future of holidays.
The Nerd becomes Little Red Riding Hood; the Avengers take Broadway; Archie stands up for himself; Harry Potter applies for college; and the next "Aliens" film is imagined.
Humping Robot attacks the U.S. Navy; an intervention for M.A.D. Cat; The Thundercats learn about estrus; Barbie's Ken creates Fight Club.
In this season finale, Joss Whedon is back from the dead, unlike his many short-lived sci-fi series.
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