KaBlam! Gets Results
Season 1, Episode 7 (7th overall)
Kablam Gets Results
Written by Robert Mittenthal, Will McRobb and Chris Viscardi
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"KaBlam! Gets Results" is the seventh episode of KaBlam!. It is the seventh episode of the first season.

Segments Edit

Henry and June: "Defending Your Socks Off" June learns self-defense.

Sniz and Fondue - "Squeaky Clean": Fondue tries to avoid germs, but then realizes that he should be outside with Sniz. He ejects himself and lands - right into the Town Dump!

Henry and June: "Invulnerable Bighead" June blows a huge bubble-gum bubble. Henry tries to pop it but fails. He then grabs a sword and gets himself caught in the bubble after slicing it up that June has now escaped.

Action League Now! - "RoboFlesh": A robot Flesh appears by The Mayor and the League must figure out which Flesh is the real one.

Henry and June: "Crazy Robot Twin" June has a robot twin that shrinks Henry. June then unintentionally squishes the shrunken Henry.

Life with Loopy - "Goldfish Heaven": Loopy searches for goldfish heaven after her fish dies.

Henry and June: "In the Summertime" Kicking back in a hammock with a drink, Henry introduces the next cartoon, Prometheus and Bob.

Prometheus and Bob - "Tape #57, Shelter": Prometheus tries to teach Bob how to use a shelter.

Surprising Shorts: Lava- A dog farts at a puppy, and a puppy annoys a sheep farm but gets bashed by a sheep after annoying it enough.

Henry and June: "Super Scooper Wooper Duper Handshake" Henry and June do a wacky handshake.

Trivia Edit

  • The Life with Loopy short in this episode is the pilot.
  • The Lava segment and the Surprising Shorts bit proceeding it were removed from Nicktoons airings due to copyright issues. In the US, this episode was later banned in reruns due to this. However, this episode still ran internationally without Lava.
  • This episode contains the longest credits music, even more than that of Your Real Best Friend's and US All Purpose KaBlam!'s - about the length of the phonograph playing the show's theme to the end of the credits in Not Just For People Anymore.
    • This is even longer in international airings as a certain part of the music loops once due to skipping Lava in the credits, thus giving more time before the KaBlam! logo explodes. These credits can be seen here.