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This is a list of episodes of Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (in production order).

Episode number Original airdate Episode name Alternative names Writer Synopsis Sonic Says segment
0 Unaired (released March 4, 2009)[1] Full Pilot Episode Kent Butterworth (producer, director, storyboard) This pilot is more of a proof of concept than a complete episode. It outlines the basic premise and structure, introducing the planet Mobius and its "Freedom Fighter" Sonic the Hedgehog and his sidekick Tails, as well as Dr. Robotnik and his robots (voiced by Jim Cummings). Some of the ideas would be revisited in later episodes, and one animation in particular became part of the closing credits for each episode. Crossing the street.
1 September 6, 1993 "Super Special Sonic Search & Smash Squad" Sonic Search and Smash Squad Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly When Sonic and Tails are captured by Grounder and Scratch, Sonic tells the duo the story of how they first met, taking place in a flashback. Calling 911 (emergency services)
2 September 7, 1993 "Subterranean Sonic" Robert Askin While escaping Scratch and Grounder in the Marble Zone, Sonic and Tails cross paths with a grumpy, self-centered mole named Spelunk, who does not take kindly to ANY intruders in his mines. Sharing
3 September 8, 1993 "Lovesick Sonic" Sonic in Love Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly When Sonic saves a female hedgehog named Breezie from Scratch and Grounder, she sweet-talks Sonic into doing meaningless tasks around Mobius. Sonic is unaware that Breezie is actually one of Robotnik's robots, sent to distract him while he proceeds to destroy the underground wells of Mobius. On the flipside, Robotnik is unaware that Breezie is actually developing true feelings for Sonic. This episode is best known for its "Sonic Sez" segment centering around sexual harassment. The phrase "That's no good." has become an internet meme.
4 September 9, 1993 "Slowwww Going" Sonic Slows Down Jack Hanrahan & Eleanor Burian-Mohr After trashing the home of a family of sloths, Robotnik returns to his hilltop fortress and introduces the Subatomic Slow-Go Beam Weapon, a Mobian Mega Crystal-powered weapon that drastically curtails the molecular motion of its target. Scratch and Grounder attempt to use it on Sonic... and succeeds. Now, Sonic is just another slo-mo, and it's up to Tails to get him back up to speed. Some people have something smart to offer
5 September 10, 1993 "High Stakes Sonic" Robert Askin Sonic and Tails infiltrate Robotnik's new Casino Night Zone to stop his henchman Smiley from scamming the Mobians into becoming Robotnik's slaves. Dares
6 September 13, 1993 "Sonic Breakout" Douglas Zip Purgason Robotnik imprisons cartoonist Sketch Lampoon, who has made fun of him in his comic book. Graffiti
7 September 14, 1993 "Trail of the Missing Tails" Bob Forward Robotnik's insane cousin Doctor Warpnik captures Tails and lures Sonic into his Warp of Confusion as bait for Robotnik. Remembering your Phone Number
8 September 15, 1993 "Close Encounter of the Sonic Kind" Close Encounters of the Sonic Kind; Way, Way Out There Douglas Zip Purgason Sonic and Tails have to help fix a rocket ship for an alien prince who's late for his coronation. Sunburn
9 September 16, 1993 "Momma Robotnik's Birthday" Francis Moss Robotnik is haunted by the one being on Mobius he fears most... his mother. Trees
10 September 17, 1993 "Big Daddy" King Coconuts Jess Borgeson Sonic has to save a baby gorilla's father from Robotnik.
Pierre De Celles, an animation director, described "Big Daddy" as an episode he felt "really proud of." He described the editing as "poor." He described the animation process as taking "4 times longer than usual" since the animator of the episode was deaf and mute; De Celles described his translator as "just great."[2]
Going out
11 September 20, 1993 "Sonic's Song" Sing It Again, Sonic Kevin Donahue & Donald P. Zappala In response to a popular song about Sonic, Robotnik creates a robot designed to destroy all the music on Mobius. Hearing
12 September 21, 1993 "Birth of a Salesman" Steven J. Fisher, Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly Just as Robotnik frustratingly questions his ability to get rid of Sonic with such unreliable aid as Scratch and Grounder, an energetic salesman comes to Robotnik's doorstep introducing himself as Wes Weasley, a representative of the "Handy Dandy Super Villain Appliance Distributors Limited Company". Robotnik takes a liking to Weasley's brash, obnoxious, pushy, rude demeanor and odd attire, and immediately hires the salesman. However, he later regrets it when Wes's gadgets keep backfiring on his minions. False advertising
13 September 22, 1993 "Best Hedgehog" Martha Moran Sonic and Tails rescue Robotnik's first prisoner and work to reunite him with his lost girlfriend, whom Robotnik is also after.

This episode was criticized for transvestism, including a scene where Sonic, disguised as Lucinda, tricks (and kisses) Robotnik at his last-minute wedding.

14 September 23, 1993 "The Robotnik Express" Robotnik Express Doug Booth En route to stop a train of explosives from reaching Robotnik's munitions factory ("The Emporium of Devastation, Destruction, and Demolition"), Sonic and Tails get caught by Scratch and Grounder, only to quickly escape. However, when "Da Bears" Big Griz and Big Mike arrive and mistake the robots for their heroes, things start to get crazy throughout the train ride. Strangers
15 September 24, 1993 "Too Tall Tails" Rowby Goren After interrogating Professor Von Schlemmer into helping him assemble the "Humongo-Gizmo", Robotnik banishes Schlemmer to the Jungle of Doom, with plans to use the machine to become the undisputed master of Mobius. Meanwhile, Sonic and Tails discover Wienerville, the wienie capital of Mobius, which happens to be inhabited by anthropomorphic (and cannibalistic) wieners. Sonic and Tails are greeted by Mayor Knackwurst and treated to a number of Wienerville's delicacies. Elsewhere, Robotnik tests the Humongo-Gizmo on Grounder's belly button lint, only to have the machine malfunction and explode on them, leaving them charred and causing a tree to fall on them. and creating residue in the form of an orange cloud that travels to Wienerville and engulfs Tails, enlarging him and his appetite to kaijū proportions. Needless to say, Tails now threatens to eat Wienerville out of existence. Healthy diets
16 September 27, 1993 "Tails' New Home" Welcome Home, Tails Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly After Sonic saves Tails from Scratch and Grounder once again, Sonic does all he can to make sure something like this doesn't happen again. A local pair of storks prove to be too incompetent to safely take in Tails as their adoptive son, and Sergeant Doberman proves to be too dangerous, but Sonic refuses to give up in his search for a loving family for Tails. But when they meet a pair of foxes claiming to be Tails' real parents, it seems too good to be true... and it is, for they're Robotnik's robots in disguise. Upon discovering this, Sonic breaks Tails out yet again, and apologizes for failing to find Tails a family. However, Tails assures him that Sonic himself was his family all along. Running away from home
17 September 28, 1993 "Over the Hill Hero" Francis Moss After rescuing the out-of-shape Captain Rescue, Sonic grows tired of his incompetence, which leads to Robotnik tricking him into capturing the hedgehog. Elders
18 September 29, 1993 "Blank-Headed Eagle" Illegal Eagle, Scratch Goes Good Dennis O'Flaherty Scratch suffers a blow to the head and thinks he's TV hero Edgar Eagle. Wearing a seat belt
19 September 30, 1993 "The Mystery of the Missing Hi-tops" Kevin Murphy & Ed Ferrara During a fair in his honor, Sonic's shoes go missing and he has to resort to detective work to find them. Surprisingly, the culprit is NOT Robotnik. Stealing
20 October 1, 1993 "So Long Sucker" Goodbye Sucker Cydne Clark & Steve Granat Tails adopts a pet from another dimension that grows larger when it gets angry. Pets
21 October 4, 1993 "Sonic Gets Thrashed" Sonic Gets Trashed, Scrap Valley Cydne Clark & Steve Granat When Robotnik opens up a resort to make the resident Mobians his slaves, Sonic enlists the help of some robots from an area of Mobius called Scrap Valley. Rubbish
22 October 5, 1993 "Pseudo Sonic" Cliff Macgillivray Robotnik creates a robot look-alike of Sonic with the intent of spoiling the hedgehog's image. This episode's plot was also used in issue #9 of the Sonic comic book. Poison ivy
23 October 6, 1993 "Grounder the Genius" Doug Molitor Grounder accidentally puts a "genius chip" in his head, and it makes him so smart that he easily captures Sonic and even takes over Robotnik's operations. Using your brain
24 October 7, 1993 "Tails in Charge" Martha Moran When Scratch and Grounder zap Sonic with Robotnik's new freeze ray, Tails has to keep him safe. Don't open your door to strangers
25 October 8, 1993 "Sno Problem" Sandra Ryan Robotnik introduces the "Ultra Freeze-O-Matic", announcing his plan to freeze every citizen on Mobius and install "Servitude Chips" into the frozen citizens, causing them to completely and unquestionably obey Robotnik, with a test run on Scratch and Grounder proving successful. Meanwhile, at Mount Splatterhorn Sonic and Tails are getting some rest and relaxation when a blizzard suddenly hits the area. Robotnik discovers that Sonic is at Mount Splatterhorn and demands Scratch and Grounder to capture him. After a lengthy ski chase, Scratch and Grounder fall a considerable height and suffer a blow to their heads, causing their Servitude Chips to malfunction. Sonic takes this opportunity to fool Scratch and Grounder into believing that he is their master as to learn Robotnik's current plan. Sonic then commands the two robots to take him to the Freeze-O-Matic to make a few "adjustments". Robotnik learns of this, and believes that Scratch and Grounder have turned traitor, and decides to bury them all with the Ultra Freeze-O-Matic's "Avalanche Activator".

Sonic is able to use the fire from the friction his speed is creating to convert the falling snow into water, allowing him and the group to continue their mission. Meanwhile, Robotnik whips out his "Servitude Chip Remote Regenerator" and uses it to return the robots to his control. Scratch and Grounder, now under Robotnik's command, trick Sonic into crossing a thin ice bridge and capture Tails after the bridge breaks. Scratch and Grounder return to Robotnik's bunker with Tails, on which Robotnik tests the "Servitude Patch", a Servitude Chip designed to work on living, breathing creatures. Tails, now under Scratch and Grounder's control, lures Sonic into the clutches of the two robots, but Sonic easily tricks Scratch and Grounder into commanding Tails to remove his own Servitude Chip, and escapes himself. Robotnik decides to dispose of Sonic himself, using numerous weapons built into the Ultra Freeze-O-Matic. Sonic soon disposes of Robotnik, tossing him into Lake Splatterhorn and using the Freeze-O-Matic's "Frozen Concentrate" feature to freeze the lake. Mount Splatterhorn mysteriously thaws during this time.

Bicycle safety check
26 October 11, 1993 "Submerged Sonic" Bob Forward Robotnik is after the Power Gems from the city of Submerbia in the Labyrinth Zone. Shallow water
27 October 12, 1993 "Boogey-Mania" Dream on Rowby Goren Robotnik reprograms a machine created by Von Schlemmer capable of turning dreams into reality and unleashes a Nightmare Monster upon Mobius. Sleep
28 October 13, 1993 "Musta Been a Beautiful Baby" Gordon Bressack Scratch and Grounder turn Sonic, Tails, and Robotnik into babies, putting the three of them in daycare. Tumble dryers
29 October 14, 1993 "Robotnik, Jr." Son of Robotnik Robert Askin Robotnik creates a robot son to help him capture Sonic. Peer pressure
30 October 15, 1993 "Full Tilt Tails" Robert Askin Robotnik makes chewing gum that makes the consumer fast as Sonic, and then Tails steps on it himself. This episode's plot was later recycled for the Sonic Underground episode "Sonic Tonic". Smoking
31 October 18, 1993 "MacHopper" Doug Booth Robotnik attempts to brainwash MacHopper (a kangaroo who acts like Crocodile Dundee), into doing his dirty deeds, but an explosion causes his memory to become unstable. Currents and riptides
32 October 19, 1993 "Momma Robotnik Returns" The Return of Momma Robotnik Francis Moss Mama Robotnik escapes from the Home for Really Bizarre Mothers and hijacks a milk hovertruck to find her son, Doctor Robotnik, failing to defeat Sonic with a transforming, fire-breathing car. Momma takes Robotnik back to his hilltop fortress and "cleans house", starting with Robotnik. She officially disowns Robotnik and adopts Scratch and Grounder as her sons. Later that day, Sonic and Tails are seen hanging around when a beaver on a penny-farthing delivers a paper to Sonic saying that someone wants to adopt him. At court, Sonic states his disapproval of being adopted, but his objection is overruled when it is learned that Sonic isn't an adult. It turns out that the adopter is Momma Robotnik (in disguise), making Sonic, unable to fight the law, her adoptive son. To convince Sonic further, Scratch and Grounder kidnap Tails behind everyone's back, whom Momma threatens to drop down a bottomless pit if Sonic doesn't obey her orders.In the Robotnik home, Sonic is forced to do numerous chores (with Scratch and Grounder sent by Momma to cause trouble for Sonic) while Momma harasses all of Mobius with a device that controls all of the machines on Mobius. That night, Coconuts, on sewer patrol, is recruited by Robotnik, who is determined to get his fortress back. The next day, Miss Snitt, the adoption case worker abruptly arrives at the Robotnik residence to check up on Sonic's progress. Robotnik arrives and reveals to Miss Snitt that he was disowned by Momma, knowing that no one who disowns their child can adopt another. To confirm that Robotnik is indeed Momma's son, Sonic remove's Robotnik's mustache and places it on Momma, who looks exactly like Robotnik. With the adoption of Sonic the Hedgehog annulled, Momma orders Scratch and Grounder to eliminate everyone around her, but ends up destroying Robotnik's super computer, and is soon sent back to the Home for Really Bizarre Mothers. Obeying the law
33 October 20, 1993 "Spaceman Sonic" Space Sonic Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly Sonic and Tails are blasted into space whilst trying to prevent Robotnik from launching a deadly rocket towards a space station. Colds
34 October 21, 1993 "Mad Mike, Da Bear Warrior" Doug Booth With help from Da Bears, Sonic and co. put a stop to the construction of a Robotnik statue. Medicine
35 October 22, 1993 "The Last Resort" Robotnik on Vacation Jess Borgeson Sonic is forced into retirement when Robotnik seemingly announces he is giving up villainy. Sonic is given an all-expense-paid vacation to an island resort in gratitude. Of course, Robotnik's set up the whole thing as a trap for the hedgehog. Walking alone
36 October 25, 1993 "Robotnik's Rival" Gordon Bressack Robotnik and a rival scientist named Dr. Quark try to cooperate in capturing Sonic. At first they are successful, but due to Scratch and Grounder's incompetence, Sonic and Tails get away. A stream of attempts from Sonic to make the 2 doctors hate each other (along with Scratch and Grounder tricking Quark's super-intelligent robot, "DOOFUS", into turning against its master) eventually results in their failure. Cheating
37 October 26, 1993 "The Magic Hassle" Douglas Zip Purgason

Coconuts acquires a magic wand and magical gadgets from Wes Weasley (after agreeing to forward all payments to Robotnik), and attempts to master them while Robotnik trying to change the released Sonic banknotes into Robotnik money in the Mobius Mint.


This episode recycles sound effects from The Super Mario Bros. Super Show.

38 October 27, 1993 "Sonic the Matchmaker" Robert Askin Robotnik captures Breezie and Robotnik Jr. (who has fallen for the former) in order to find out why they betrayed him so he can build the perfect robot wife. Playground safety
39 October 28, 1993 "Tails Prevails" Bob Forward It's Sonic's Birthday and Tails builds Sonic an interesting gift. Realizing Tails' potential with mechanics, Sonic asks Professor Von Shlemmer to make Tails his research assistant, but then Robotnik captures and impersonates him to get Tails to build his latest anti-Sonic weapon. Boredom
40 October 29, 1993 "Zoobotnik" Rowby Goren An intergalactic bounty hunter comes to capture Sonic and falls in love with Robotnik while doing so. She almost marries Robotnik but Sonic ruins the ceremony by inviting Momma Robotnik to the party. Wild animals
41 November 1, 1993 "Attack on the Pinball Fortress" Force Three from Mobius Bob Forward Robotnik has unleashed his "Stupidity Ray" on Mobius, knowing that the newly-stupifyed Mobians will be too braindead to stop him. As Sonic and Tails make their way to Robotnik's new lair, the Pinball Fortress (a reference to Sonic Spinball, complete with a scorpion-like guard robot reminiscent of Scorpius from the first stage), they find themselves competing with Wes Weasely and Sergeant Doberman, both of whom want to capture the Stupidity Ray for their own purposes. Stupidity
42 November 2, 1993 "Mass Transit Trouble" Robotnik's Chaos Kevin Murphy & Ed Ferrara Robotnik plants bombs at three of Mobius' centers of transport (an airport, a lighthouse and a railway station), threatening to cause chaos unless Sonic can effectively be in three places at once. Note: The episode was later banned in Toon Disney airings because of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Plus it has a "weird animation bit" during when Tails was about to smash one of the bombs with a hammer but smashes Sonic's foot instead. Bicycle safety rules
43 November 3, 1993 "Coachnik" The Coachnik Doug Molitor Robotnik constructs a pushy P.T. (physical training) robot in an attempt to increase Scratch and Grounder's fitness. Warming up before exercise
44 November 4, 1993 "Untouchable Sonic" Dennis O'Flaherty Sonic comes to the rescue of a town as it is held to ransom by Robotnik's crime syndicate. A few scenes from the pilot animation are integrated into this episode. Gangs
45 November 5, 1993 "Super Robotnik" Rowby Goren Coconuts accidentally mixes a chemical that gives Robotnik super powers, and the mad doctor quickly uses them to threaten Mobius's world leaders and publicly humiliate Sonic. However, Robotnik isn't completely invincible, and Sonic must find a way to exploit the weak chink in Robotnik's newfound powers in an Olympics-style gladiator match. Chemicals
46 November 8, 1993 "Robolympics" Jeffrey Scott An asteroid is heading for Turtle Town and Robotnik offers to save it, but only if Sonic agrees to play in the Robolympics against him and his robots. Being active
47 November 9, 1993 "Magnificent Sonic" Jeffrey Scott Sonic becomes the sheriff of Tranquil Gulch, in hopes of cleaning out Robotnik's robots from harassing the locals. Guns
48 November 10, 1993 "Blackbot the Pirate" Quest for the Chaos Emeralds (1); Time for Trouble Jeffrey Scott Robotnik goes time-traveling to find four Chaos Emeralds that could make him all-powerful. His first stop is the time of Blackbeard the Pirate, where he enlists the pirate's help (after robo-transmogrifying him, that is) to find the Emerald of Invisibility. Caution with sharp objects
49 November 11, 1993 "Hedgehog of the "Hound" Table" Quest for the Chaos Emeralds (2); Medieval Madness Jeffrey Scott Robotnik's next stop is the time of King Arfur and the Knights of the Hound Table to get the Emerald of Invincibility. Sonic and Tails follow him, but Robotnik, with the unwilling help of local wizard Merlynx, obtains the Emerald, magically petrifies Sonic's feet and takes over the kingdom. After escaping and reversing the spell with Merlynx's help, Sonic challenges Robotnik to a jousting match. However, as Robotnik is now invincible, nothing Sonic tries is effective. Tails steals the Emerald while Robotnik is distracted, and Robotnik, Scratch, and Grounder are defeated and sent back in time to ancient Rome, where they are attacked by a lion in the Roman Coliseum. Swimming alone
50 November 12, 1993 "Robotnik's Pyramid Scheme" Quest for the Chaos Emeralds (3); The Pyramid Scheme Jeffrey Scott Robotnik then heads to ancient Mobigypt to get the Emerald of Immortality and to ensure Sonic's ancestors, Masonic and Penelope, never meet so that he'd never be born. Sonic and Tails go after him, prevent Robotnik from interfering with his ancestors' meeting, and then race to the crypt of Robotnik's ancestor Robotnikhotep, where the Emerald is kept. Robotnik successfully obtains the Emerald, but, with help from his ancestors, Sonic steals it back and sends him, Scratch, and Grounder forward in time to a dogfight during World War I. Skateboard safety
51 November 15, 1993 "Prehistoric Sonic" Quest for the Chaos Emeralds (4); Going Way Back Jeffrey Scott Robotnik travels back to prehistoric times to obtain the Emerald of Life, but is once again met with interference by Sonic and Tails. However, despite their best efforts, Robotnik obtains all four Emeralds and uses them to become the Supreme High Robotnik, and then attempts to finish off his nemeses once and for all by sending them back in time to the Big Bang. The duo narrowly escape, and then gather four versions of themselves from earlier points in the timeline and successfully defeat Robotnik. Afterwards, the four extra Sonics and Tailses use Robotnik's time machine to return the Emeralds to their proper owners, and also to destroy the time machine afterwards. Electrical appliance safety
52 November 16, 1993 "Baby-Sitter Jitters" Jeffrey Scott Sonic and Tails babysit a trio of baby beavers who are at least as much trouble as Robotnik and get themselves kidnapped at least as often as Tails. Babysitting
53 November 17, 1993 "Honey, I Shrunk the Hedgehog" Jeffrey Scott Sonic and Tails are hit by Robotnik's shrink ray and have to work with the citizens of other shrunken cities. Recycling
54 November 18, 1993 "Robotnikland" Jeffrey Scott Robotnik takes control of the local amusement park on Sonic's birthday. Cooking
55 November 19, 1993 "The Mobius 5000" Formula 5000 Jeffrey Scott Sonic and Tails enter a car race in order to save an orphanage Robotnik's threatening to shut down. Car safety
56 November 22, 1993 "The Little Merhog" Sonic and the Mermaid Jeffrey Scott Sonic and Tails help a mermaid hedgehog save her underwater city. Matches
57 November 23, 1993 "Road Hog" Jeffrey Scott Sonic and Tails get sentenced to hard labor for speeding as a result of Robotnik having hypnotized the law through pollen. Calling for help
58 November 24, 1993 "The Robots' Robot" Jess Borgeson Scratch and Grounder build a robot of their own who soon runs away and ends up befriending Sonic. Fire
59 November 25, 1993 "Tails' Tale" Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly When Sonic mysteriously vanishes, Tails goes looking for him (with help from a pilot and Von Schlemmer), searching in a pyramid. Computers
60 November 26, 1993 "Hero of the Year" Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly Wes Weasley pretends to host a roast (actually a clip show) to Sonic that Robotnik is using to trap him. Alcohol
61 November 29, 1993 "Fast and Easy" 48 Hour Sonic Bruce Shelly & Reed Shelly Robotnik is after Easy Eddie, a pick pocket that took his Chaos Emerald ring that he was going to use to conquer Mobius. Breakfast
62 November 30, 1993 "Lifestyles of the Sick and Twisted" Kevin O'Donnell When Throbbin Screech picks Sonic for his program instead of him, Robotnik kidnaps his niece in order to be featured on the show. Note: Although it was an insult made by Tails, this episode marks the first use of the name "Eggman" in America, which was Dr. Robotnik's name only in Japan at the time this episode was made until it was brought worldwide in Sonic Adventure. Vandalism
63 December 1, 1993 "Sonic is Running" Doug Molitor Mama Robotnik returns to the hilltop fortress to make her reluctant son run for president of Mobius. After posting numerous posters all over Mobius (all of which are vandalized by Sonic), Robotnik bribes Wes Weasley into being his campaign manager. Despite the heavy advertising campaign, Robotnik's opponent, Henry Walrus, is ahead of Robotnik by a landslide in terms of approval rating. With this, Wes suggests that they give Robotnik a new "family man" image, starting with making a robotic wife and dog. The television advertisement that is aired later that day hypnotizes the townsfolk with subliminal images of a spiral (that only Sonic can see), causing them to lash out at anyone who speaks ill of Robotnik. This forces Sonic to run for president himself.

Sonic's "campaign" starts with editing propaganda tapes as to make Robotnik look bad. The next day, Sonic tricks Robotnik into eating such things as an old cigar butt, a used coffee filter, a piece of blown tire, and an old bicycle seat that smells of fish head. Robotnik's terrible reaction causes the hypnosis to wear off. A collapsing bridge at a bridge opening doesn't help his approval rating either. When Sonic tricks Robotnik's robotic wife into believing that Robotnik is cheating on her, Sonic publically accuses Robotnik of ducking the issue of his family life, and both hold a debate in Robotnik's front yard, which Scratch and Grounder attempting to eliminate Sonic during that time. Robotnik eventually makes himself look bad in front of Mobius, making Sonic the president of Mobius, a position from which Sonic resigns, leaving Henry Walrus to be president once more.

Tooth pain
64 December 2, 1993 "Robo-Ninjas" Francis Moss Robotnik captures a master of martial arts in order to turn Scratch and Grounder into better fighters which then creates Robo-Ninjas to stop Sonic. Note: This episode was never aired on Toon Disney. Road safety
65 December 3, 1993 "Sonically Ever After" Gordon Bressack Scratch and Grounder use a ray gun Robotnik invented to transport Sonic, Tails and Robotnik into a book of fairy tales. But when some of the fairy tales come to life under Robotnik's control, Sonic and Tails have to try and give them happy endings to stop Robotnik. Library


  1. Full Pilot Episode Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog - Full Pilot Episode on YouTube (provided by animator Milton Knight)
  2. "Pierre De Celles on Animating Sonic the Hedgehog and Other Tales," Toon Zone

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