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- Miz: He is the main protagonist of the show. He is the arch-nemesis of Bid and seems to be the boyfriend of Bid's younger sister, Zag by late season one. His goal is to make a fool of Bid so his life is to be ruined and horrible for eternity.
- Bid: He is the dueteragonist of the show and is sometimes viewed as the protagonist. He and Miz hates each other to no end and tries to outwit one another at everything. As it seems he hates his sister at times, he does not like his arch-nemesis and her going out.
- Zag: She is the younger sister of Bid and seems to take advantage of him by beating him up. She seems to resent her brother for who he is and at first hated Miz. However, throughout season one, she slowly grows a crush on Miz but shows it through either telling Bid or trying to be with Miz and revealing it to him vaguely. Eventually, the two start going out.
- Regan: He is a new kid but is very erratic at times. He has a crush on Mandi and wishes to marry her someday. He is the best friend of Bid.
- Mandi: A girl who goes to the same school as the others. She hates most people but is slightly fond of Regan due to his crush and she seems to be big enemies with Zag however, they do respect one another.
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||21||January 21, 2005||January 29, 2006|
|2||31||July 10, 2006||September 30, 2007|
Season 1: 2005-2006Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production|
|1||1||"Enter the Doom"||Christian Roman||Eddie Guzelian||January 21, 2005||101|
|Miz, an alien arrives to a town known as Junktown. He then goes to his first day of school to where quickly makes enemies with a human boy named Bid. Bid tries to expose him as Miz tries to embarrass him. Eventually, that leads to Miz getting cornered and he is only saved when Bid's sister, Zag comes and drags him for the family celebration.|
|2||2||"Vindicated"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||January 22, 2005||103|
|The school is having a soccer team and needs more players. When Bid mocks Miz that he made the team and he did not, Miz tries out. However, Miz fails at it. Miz then gains a stalker-fan that teaches the meaning of soccer.|
|3||3||"The Two Sides of Zag"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||January 28, 2005||107|
|When Miz and Bid are fighting each other in Bid's house, they interrupt Zag who was cleaning her hair. She then shows a side she has never shown before. Can the two enemies team up to stop the wrath of the Shadow Zag?|
|4||4||"The New Kid"||Christian Roman||Catherine Lieuwen||February 4, 2005||105|
|Miz is being chased by Bid to school however, Miz looses him when unleashing a bunch of bloodhounds. Bid then finds himself meeting to new kids that transferred. He befriends Regan but ignores Mandi. He then tries to get Regan to help him stop Miz.|
|5||5||"Act 4, Scene 15"||Christian Roman||Matthew Negrete||February 11, 2005||108|
|Wanting to get some lip-on-lip action with the honey of his dreams, Jake butchers the role of Anthony to play opposite Rose's Cleopatra in the school play. Meanwhile, he must also protect a mystical Egyptian scarab from falling in the hands of the Huntsclan.|
|6||6||"Adventures In Trollsitting / Fu Dog Takes a Walk"||Christian Roman||Jeff Goode||February 18, 2005||104|
|Adventures In Trollsitting: Jake must hide a giant, hairy troll from his parents and visiting aunt.|
Fu Dog Takes a Walk: Fu Dog's trip to a Yankee game ends up with him trying to outrun a maniacal dog-catcher bent on eliminating her canine allergies
|7||7||"Professor Rotwood's Thesis"||Christian Roman||Eddie Guzelian||February 25, 2005||109|
Desperate to collect reward money to replace an expensive antique for Trixie's mother, Jake attempts to provide Professor Rotwood with proof of the existence of a dragon he claims to have spotted in New York City.
|8||8||"The Egg / The Heist"||Christian Roman||Elijah Aron ("The Egg")
Mark Myers ("The Heist")
|March 25, 2005||106|
|The Egg: A stolen Griffin egg leads Jake on a frenzied romp through New York City.|
The Heist: Jake, Grandpa, Trixie, Spud, and Fu Dog must comically stumble through an elaborate heist to retrieve a Leprechaun's stolen gold from a millionaire dark wizard.
|9||9||"Dragon Summit"||Christian Roman||Brandon Sawyer||April 1, 2005||111|
|Jake attends the World Dragon Summit and becomes embroiled in a hilarious battle of the pranks with Fred Nerk, the Australian Dragon, and is involved in three tests which consists of various obstacles and tasks set before him.|
|10||10||"Body Guard Duty"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||April 29, 2005||110|
|When Jake is assigned to guard Kara and Sara (the Oracle Twins), their incessant visions of the future drive him nuts until he realizes they can use their powers to romance Rose and pass a tough Mythology exam.|
|11||11||"Shapeshifter"||Christian Roman||Matthew Negrete||May 13, 2005||102|
|When Jake gets shape-shifting powers for a dragon mission, he misuses them to get out of a parent-teacher conference and impress his peers.|
|12||12||"The Ski Trip"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||May 27, 2005||115|
When Jake, Trixie, and Spud attend a school sponsored ski trip, Jake embarks on an investigation to find out the true identity of the Huntsgirl, while also trying to get some alone time with Rose.
|13||13||"The Long Weekend"||Christian Roman||Jim Peronto||July 1, 2005||112|
|Father-son bonding hijinx ensue when Dad takes Jake, Trixie and Spud on a camping trip in the forests of New Jersey. Meanwhile, the menacing "Jersey Devil" terrorizes a tribe of woodland sprites.|
|14||14||"Eye of the Beholder"||Christian Roman||Chris Nee||July 30, 2005||114|
|Fu Dog is forced to go undercover as a contestant in the "Miss Magical World" beauty pageant in order to discover the secret evil plot of the wealthy wizard, Eli Pandarus. The pageant host is voiced by Monty Hall.|
|15||15||"Jake Takes the Cake"||Christian Roman||Jeff Goode||August 26, 2005||116|
|A Gremlin on the loose at Jake's mother's big catering gig threatens to disrupt the "Wedding of the Century" between two famous soap-opera stars.|
|16||16||"Hong Kong Nights"||Christian Roman||Matthew Negrete||September 8, 2005||121|
|Jake discovers that his ancient, out-of-touch gramps was once a swinging, styling super-agent in 1970s Hong Kong.|
|17||17||"The Halloween Bash"||Christian Roman||Scott M. Gimple||October 22, 2005||118|
While Grandpa takes Haley trick or treating, Jake seizes the opportunity to throw the wildest Halloween party ever mixing humans and magical creatures.
|18||18||"Fu and Tell / Flight of the Unicorn"||Christian Roman||Mark Drop||November 3, 2005||113|
Fu and Tell: Fu Dog must endure the extreme indignity of Haley's elementary school class "Show And Tell", while also confronting an old nemesis. Flight of the Unicorn: Jake, Trixie, and Spud must transport a wild mystical unicorn from Coney Island to Central Park during holiday rush hour whilst escaping from the freakshow carnival folk.
|19||19||"Keeping Shop"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||December 15, 2005||119|
|When Grandpa and Jake leave New York City, Trixie and Spud are forced to don a dragon costume and comically stumble their way through American Dragon duties in order to get rid of the gang of Biker Trolls.|
|20||20||"Ring Around the Dragon"||Christian Roman||Laura McCreary||January 12, 2006||117|
|Hijinks and hilarity abound as Jake goes undercover as a professional wrestler "Dragonfire" in the King Extreme Wrestling League ("K.E.W.L.") in order to rescue a runaway giant.|
|21||21||"The Hunted"||Christian Roman||Eddie Guzelian||January 29, 2006||120|
Jake is unsure whether Rose is a friend or foe (after learning that she is in fact Huntsgirl). Jake is baited into a trap along with a group of comically inept magical misfits(An unlucky leprechaun, an aquaphobic mermaid, a dumb giant and a brownie with anger management problems). When they are captured and chained together as the targets for the Huntsclan's annual hunting contest, Jake's leadership and love for Rose is tested. Will Jake end Huntsgirl's evil, or will he end up slain along with the other creatures?
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production|
|22||1||"Bring It On"||Steve Loter||Randi Barnes||June 10, 2006||203|
|Jake learns that the evil Gorgon sisters, Fury, Euryale and Medusa, have mysteriously come back to life and are entrancing the school cheerleaders to do their dirty work. Now, Trixie must infiltrate the tight-knit group of cheerleaders in order to stop them from taking over the world.|
|23||2||"Half Baked"||Steve Loter||Matthew Negrete||June 24, 2006||201|
|Jake is determined to find Rose and asks Fu Dog to help him with a magical potion to locate her, but when the magical ingredients accidentally get swapped with the cupcakes they're baking for the school carnival, Jake has to put Rose out of his mind so he can deal with the ferocious creatures taking over the school. Meanwhile, Trixie tries to help Spud overcome his fear of clowns.|
|24||3||"The Academy"||Steve Loter||Eddie Guzelian||July 1, 2006||204|
Spud joins Jake on a mission where they have to go undercover as students at the Huntsman's secret Huntsclan Training School. When they stumble upon Rose, however, Jake tries to convince her to leave the Huntsclan forever and come back to New York with him. However Rose refuses, saying that is too dangerous for the both of them. She assures Jake that even apart she will do everything she can to help him stop the Huntsclan for good.
|25||4||"The Doppelganger Gang"||Steve Loter||Chris Nee||July 8, 2006||209|
|When Jake is overwhelmed by his hectic dragon responsibilities, he decides to use his dragon powers and abilities to create doppelganger copies of himself to help ease the load. But his plan quickly backfires when one of the clones turns against him.|
|26||5||"Something Fishy This Way Comes"||Steve Loter||Brandon Sawyer||July 15, 2006||206|
|Jake's life is thrown into chaos when Grandpa starts dating his principal, Ms. Decerto. Meanwhile, Jake learns that a ferocious, shape-shifting beast is preying on magical creatures, and suspects that his school principal is the creature.|
|27||6||"Breakout"||Steve Loter||Amy Wolfram||July 29, 2006||208|
|Jake becomes obsessed with his appearance when he starts going through his first dragon molting cycle, causing him to adopt a temporarily grotesque appearance. He must overcome his fear of showing his face to Rose in order to help her thwart the newly-revealed plot of the Huntsman.|
|28||7||"Family Business"||Steve Loter||Chris Nee||August 5, 2006||205|
|Jake is stunned to discover that his over-achieving little sister, Haley, has begun dragon training. When she begins outperforming him at various tasks, a jealous Jake secretly makes her dragon powers go out of control.|
|29||8||"Hero of the Hourglass"||Steve Loter||Chris Parrish||August 12, 2006||202|
|Jake discovers a time traveling device and decides to travel back to June 27, 1986 to give the note from his teenage mom to teenage Dad telling the truth about being a Dragon. When his Dad doesn't take kindly to the news and breaks up with his teenage Mom, he must work quickly in order to get his parents back together. Jake is grounded for time traveling that means No TV and No Video Games for Two Weeks.|
|30||9||"Dreamscape"||Steve Loter||Curtis Chin||August 19, 2006||210|
While using his Dream Charm to have secret meetings with Rose, he gets the idea to use his charm to access Rotwood's mind in order to obtain the answer key for a future test. But when he inadvertently releases a dangerous Chimera creature into the Dream Realm, Jake, Rose, Spud, and Trixie must work quickly in order to stop it.
|31||10||"A Befuddled Mind"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Nee||September 9, 2006||214|
|Spud gets a perfect score on a government issued standardized test and is recruited to a top-secret school called "The Genius Institute". Meanwhile, Jake and Trixie must try and recover an ancient magical artifact from the dark wizard Eli Pandarus.|
|32||11||"Fool's Gold"||Nicholas Filippi||Brandon Sawyer||September 16, 2006||211|
|Jake gets sucked into the bling-bling lifestyle when he starts working for a semi-shady leprechaun clan. But one sinister deal with the Huntsclan may end up bringing an end to all magical creatures.|
|33||12||"Feeding Frenzy"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Parrish||September 23, 2006||213|
|When the Longs attend a Florida family reunion, Jake must deal with his annoying cousin Greggy and an aquatic villain bent on flooding half the continent.|
|34||13||"Haley Gone Wild"||Nicholas Filippi||Brandon Sawyer||September 30, 2006||216|
|When Jake got Caught for sneaking around the House and Mr.Long builds a Groundmatic Security System and While teaching Haley how to be "bad", Jake inadvertently gets her hooked on a twisted children's television show. As his sister's rebellious behavior begins to escalate, he realizes there may be more to this show than meets the eye. Jake and Haley are grounded for sneaking out of the house.|
|35||14||"Supernatural Tuesday"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Bowman||October 24, 2006||221|
|Jake's bid for student body president against a new British exchange student takes an unexpected turn when he uses a magical helmet to read the minds of his constituents. Grandpa begins to have a rivalry with an new electronics store across the street.|
|36||15||"The Rotwood Files"||Nicholas Filippi||Scott Gimple||November 18, 2006||215|
Jake is tired of Principal Rotwood always giving him a hard time, and inadvertently gets Rotwood fired. He's happy at first, but when he ends up with a Principal who's even worse, and strikes a partnership with Rotwood to get him fired. Also, when Stacey comments that sensitive guys are hot, Spud tries to woo her by using onions to make himself cry on command.
|37||16||"Hairy Christmas"||Steve Loter||Chris Parrish||December 16, 2006||207|
|Jake, feeling humiliated by his family's Christmas traditions, turns his back on them. But when he rescues a baby Sasquatch who was accidentally separated from its family, he learns the true meaning of his "lame" family traditions.|
|38||17||"Switcheroo"||Nicholas Filippi||Eddie Guzelian||January 6, 2007||217|
|Jake and Haley are forced to re-examine their sibling rivalry when an enchanted mirror switches their bodies for a day and each must comically experience life as the other.|
|39||18||"The Love Cruise"||Steve Loter||Scott Gimple||February 3, 2007||212|
|When Cupid goes on vacation, he leaves his magical bow and love arrows in Grandpa's care. Jake can't resist borrowing Cupid's equipment and using it to play matchmaker on his school's "Love Cruise", including pairing himself with Rose, who he feels no longer has feelings for him. Actually, Grandpa told Rose to break up with Jake as he's not concentrating on his dragon trainings because of her.|
|40||19||"Year of the Jake"||Nicholas Filippi||Vince Cheung &|
|February 18, 2007||224|
|Out of touch with his Chinese heritage and unwilling to participate in the festivities, Jake volunteers to watch his Grandpa's shop while he's off doing his own holiday traditions. Jake's ignorance of Chinese culture soon shows its dangers when he inadvertently curses the magical shop with bad luck, causing a series of escalating calamities, including the releasing of three evil demons that wreak havoc on the city.|
|41||20||"Homecoming"||Steve Loter||Matthew Negrete||March 10, 2007||218|
Jake and Rose are nominated for Homecoming King and Queen for their school's upcoming Homecoming dance, and Jake believes it to be the perfect opportunity to pursue his relationship with Rose. Meanwhile, they must also work together to stop the Huntsman as he nears the end of his plan to use the crystal skulls to destroy all magical creatures. At the same time Trixy and Spud mistakenly kiss inside the "kissy kissy closet" at school, Spud assuming shes Stacy, and Trixy assuming he is Kyle Willskens. But when Rose's double-agent cover is blown, she is forced to betray Jake on the night of Homecoming. Rose finds out that the Huntsclan have captured the last Aztec Skull and The Huntsman finds out that Rose is cooperating with a dragon. In the final battle, Rose finally manages to overpower Jake, due to his feelings for her. Trixie and Spud finally decide they are just friends and nothing more. Just as the Huntsman is about to make his wish, using the crystal skulls, Rose hits him from behind, and wishes for the destruction of all Huntsclan. (Those with the Chinese dragon-shaped birthmark, including Rose, but not Agents 88 or 89) Unwilling to let Rose die, Jake is able to use the thirteen Aztec skulls to wish that Rose was never taken by the Huntsclan, right before she is about to be destroyed, granting Rose's wish: to have a normal life, and resulting in the fact that her relationship with Jake had never happened. After the action subsides, Jake hopes to see Rose at school, and when he does see, she has no idea who Jake is. Moments after, for all intents and purposes, meeting her for the first time, she informs Jake that he won't be seeing her in school as he thinks, because her father got a job in Hong Kong.
|42||21||"Young at Heart"||Nicholas Filippi||Laura McCreary||March 24, 2007||220|
|Jake, Spud and Trixie fight a demon that has caused them to lose their youth. While Jake only has matured into a twenty-one-year-old, Spud and Trixie become elderly sixty-year-olds. While trying to figure out how to revert them back to normal, Jake gets caught up in the perks of being an adult, only to realize the life of an adult may not be as glamorous as he first thought.|
|43||22||"Siren Says"||Nicholas Filippi||Brandon Sawyer||April 7, 2007||222|
|Hoping to get back into the realm of dating, Jake enters a bachelor auction at his school. When two girls compete in bids for him (one girl pretty, and one sci-fi nerd) he rigs the event to have the pretty girl win. His skin-deep perception is criticized as Trixie, Spud, Grandpa and Fu Dog try to convince Jake that the girl is a siren bent on his destruction as he displays hypnotic behavior that leads him into increasingly dangerous situations.|
|44||23||"Shaggy Frog"||Nicholas Filippi||Johanna Stein||April 28, 2007||223|
|Jealous of Jake's magical powers and hero status, Spud feels incompetent in his own abilities. But when a magical frog bites him during an attempt to prove himself as a hero, he begins to develop magical "froggy" powers that he uses to gain popularity. Though enjoying the perks of being half-magical, he soon sees the downsides as Huntsboys #88 and #89 attempt to capture him to earn notoriety in the magical world.|
|45||24||"Nobody's Fu"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Nee||May 12, 2007||225|
|Jake's loyalty in Fu Dog wanes as he constantly fails to help him out in their partnership. When Fu allows his animal guardian license to expire once again, Jake is assigned a temporary animal guardian: a cool new "hip-hop" helper monkey, "Bananas B.", to replace him, who he quickly takes a liking to. But the true loyalty of the animal helpers is put to the test when Chang escapes from prison and exacts revenge on Jake.|
|46||25||"Magic Enemy #1"||Nicholas Filippi||Brandon Sawyer||June 2, 2007||228|
|With Rotwood now knowing Jake is a dragon, he sets up a campaign of humiliating him in school in order to get him to slip up and expose himself. Tired of Rotwood's persistence, Jake goes on an online blog where he thinks that he will not be noticed, and gets misinterpreted by the magical community, thinking that a bounty is now out on Rotwood's head. Now, Jake must protect Rotwood from various magical bounty hunters out for the reward.|
|47||26||"A Ghost Story"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Nee||June 16, 2007||219|
|When Jake, Trixie and Spud become junior counselors at "Camp Mugwomp", Jake relives old camp game rivalries with Brad Morton. Meanwhile, a vengeful group of ghosts plan to take revenge on the living occupants of the camp by kidnapping the winners of an upcoming camp race.|
|48||27||"Bite Father, Bite Son"||Nicholas Filippi||Chris Bowman||June 17, 2007||227|
|Dad drags Jake to the office for Take Your Child to Work Day. Jake begins the day convinced that Dad's a wimp, but witnesses his father's inner (and outer) strength against a pack of marauding vampires.|
|49||28||"Game On"||Nicholas Filippi||Sean Whalen||July 1, 2007||226|
|Frustrated by life's unexpected twists and turns, Jake met three witches Monica (with long orange hair), Anika (with long blonde hair in pigtails), and Bubonica (with short black hair) and uses a magical device which gives him the cheat codes to a perfect life. Of course, comically disastrous results ensue. Meanwhile, Fu Dog begrudgingly adheres to his new diet.|
|50||29||"Furious Jealousy"||Nicholas Filippi||Vince Cheung &|
|July 7, 2007||229|
|When Stacey and Nigel become an item, a jealous Spud decides to do anything to win her affection including striking an unholy deal with Fury, the sinister gorgon. Meanwhile, with seemingly no crime for weeks on end, Jake becomes immensely overweight by eating massive amounts of junk food; much to Trixie's dismay.|
|51||30||"Being Human"||Nicholas Filippi||Matthew Negrete||August 4, 2007||230|
|Jake is stressed at seeing how his duties as the American Dragon have kept him from having a normal school life. He decides to intentionally get suspended from his duties for a week to get the most out of his middle school graduation, and let Haley become the American Dragon. But can she handle this great new responsibility, which includes dealing with a vengeful Chang?|
|52||31||"The Hong Kong Longs"||Nicholas Filippi||Eddie Guzelian||September 1, 2007||231|
|Jake and the entire family head to Hong Kong for their summer vacation, but evil intervenes when the Dark Dragon kidnaps Grandpa and forces Jake to betray the dragons of the world council. While preparing a plan to strike at him, he realizes he must confront Rose and enlist her help, even though she has no idea who he is or even that a magical world exists. And what's more, their secret dragon lives are finally revealed to Jake's father. Will Jake manage to defeat Dark Dragon and his minions?|