All Purpose KaBlam!
Season 1, Episode 5 (5th overall)
All Purpose Kablam
Written by Robert Mittenthal, Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi, Vince Calandra
Episode guide
Not Just For People Anymore
What The Astronauts Drink
Episode guide (rerun)
Built for Speed

"All Purpose KaBlam!" is the fifth episode of KaBlam!. It is also the fifth episode of the first season.

Segments Edit

Henry and June: June finishes an automatic page turner called the Pageking 2000, much to Henry's dismay.

Sniz and Fondue - "Second-Hand Sniz": Sniz is taught a "timely" lesson after he annoys his roommates.

Henry and June: Henry and June then are shown running but get caught by a man playing drums.

Action League Now! - "Nightmare on Memory Lane": Meltman gets amnesia and the Action League have to regain his memories.

Henry and June: To prove that Henry has amnesia, June drops a tank on him, but he defends himself with a Prometheus and Bob space helmet.

Prometheus and Bob - "Tape #37, Bridge": Prometheus tries to teach Bob to cross a bridge.

Surprising Shorts: Lava- A green person crazily rides a firecracker, but later ends up inside a lazy dog's butt and gets sent into "space".

Henry and June: Henry and June introduce "THEIR NEXT CARTOON!", Life with Loopy.

Life with Loopy - "Back to Nature": Loopy's hygiene attracts attention.

Henry and June: Henry finally beats June in something during a "Transcontinental Mini-Classic" golf tournament in the Grand Canyon, but then falls down the Canyon after a little too much showboating.

Trivia Edit

  • The Lava segment and the Surprising Shorts bit proceeding it were removed from Nicktoons airings due to copyright issues. Additionally, this episode was banned in the US because of the Lava segment. The episode is still ran internationally without this segment.
  • During the intro on the comic strip, still images from Season 1 Episode "KaBlam! Gets Results" (one to the left of Henry and one to the upper right of June) can be seen, despite this episode airing a couple episodes before that one.
  • This episode does not use the original "Skaternity" as the ending theme. It uses an extended version of the theme song. The previous episode, Not Just For People Anymore also uses this, albeit shorter.
    • In international airings, the ending theme is the same length as Not Just for People Anymore as the Lava part of the credits is skipped.
    • The US version of the credits has the second longest running credits in the series, with the longest being KaBlam! Gets Results.