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The following is a list of episodes for the Canadian animated television series 6teen. The series premiered on Teletoon on November 7, 2004 and ended on February 11, 2010. In the United States, the series premiered on Nickelodeon on December 18, 2005, but was removed from the schedule the next year. It also aired on The N. Cartoon Network aired premieres of the show between October 23, 2008 and June 21, 2010. Cartoon Network's airing of the show was the most complete, as it aired episodes from all four seasons, but premiered them out of order and left 26 episodes unaired.

Season 1: 2004 - 2005 (Canada) 2008 - 2009 (USA)

# Title Script Summary Canada Airdate USA Airdate Title Reference
1 Take This Job and Squeeze It Script Caitlin, a 15-year-old spoiled brat, maxes out her credit card and is forced by her father to get a job in order to pay it off. Meanwhile, Jen, Jude, Jonesy, Nikki, and Wyatt, five friends who have known each other since kindergarten, try to get jobs to earn money over summer break. While Caitlin is unable to find a job, each of the five friends eventually gets one, and Jen has to find someone to fill her former position at the Big Squeeze. When Jen sees Caitlin crying, she offers Caitlin the job, and Caitlin accepts, along the way becoming friends with the gang. November 7, 2004 March 26, 2009 The song "Take This Job and Shove It."
2 The Big Sickie Script The gang are fed up with their jobs, so when Jonesy gets a job at the mall amusement park and offers to let them in for free if they take the day off, everybody but Jen jumps at the chance. The gang now has to find a way to get Jen to relax and quit working so hard. Meanwhile, there is tension between Nikki and Caitlin, as Nikki isn't ready to accept Caitlin as a friend. November 14, 2004 April 2, 2009 The book "The Big Switch" by Nicholas Carr.
3 The Slow and the Even-Tempered Script Jen is trying to learn how to drive but is nervous about her upcoming test. When she learns that Jude is a good driver, she starts taking lessons from him. Jonesy, in need of a new job, sees that Ron needs a new assistant and takes the job. Meanwhile, Caitlin steals Wyatt's ugly lucky jacket to try and get him to realize that his luck isn't dependent on the jacket. November 21, 2004 June 25, 2009 The movie franchise The Fast and the Furious.
4 A Lime to Party Script A new lime-themed store opens in the food court and Jonesy starts to work there. Caitlin is at first overjoyed to be spending all day with a friend, but this turns to despair when Big Steve tells her the Big Squeeze will move to a strip mall unless it starts to pull a profit and starts outselling the Party Lime. Meanwhile, Wyatt wins two Mighty Weasels backstage passes, and Nikki and Jude battle each other to accompany him backstage to see their favorite band. November 28, 2004 April 9, 2009 The phrase "a time to party."
5 Deck the Mall Script The Christmas rush has hit, and the gang has to find a way to survive it. Caitlin tries to keep everyone's spirits up and help them celebrate Christmas, while Jen and Nikki suffer through horrible customers and Jonesy is forced to wear tights at his job as "Santa's little helper." December 23, 2004 December 7, 2008 The Christmas song "Deck the Halls."
6 The Sushi Connection Script Caitlin really likes Kyle Donaldson, a handsome tennis player, so Jen tries to help her get a date with him. However, when Jen learns that he's "Dirty Donaldson," a notorious womanizer, she sends Jonesy and Wyatt out to spy on the date and make sure nothing bad happens to Caitlin. Meanwhile, Nikki becomes the temporary assistant manager of the Khaki Barn after Chrissy has to leave to check on a crisis elsewhere. December 12, 2004 Unaired The film The French Connection.
7 The Five Finger Discount Script Jen falls in love with an expensive sports jacket, but is unable to afford it. However, when she learns that her friends all steal from their jobs, Jonesy is able to talk her into stealing it. Meanwhile, Jude falls in love with a massage chair sold at Jonesy's new workplace, Things That Beep while Jonesy deals with the consequences of lying on his resumé. December 19, 2004 Unaired The slang term "the five finger discount," which refers to shoplifting.
8 Breaking Up with the Boss' Son Script Jen falls in love with her new co-worker, Coach Halder's son, but has a horrible first date where she learns he's a horrible date. She wants to break up with him, but her friends warn her that if Cory Halder's a jerk, he could convince his father to fire her. To this end, she decides to become the worst girlfriend ever. As this happens elsewhere, Jonesy destroys an expensive speaker at Stereo Shack and has to work for Darth to pay it off. Unfortunately for Jonesy, Darth is mad at him for bullying him in middle school. December 5, 2004 November 3, 2008 None
9 Employee of the Month Script Jonesy has gotten a job as the mall secret shopper, a job which he uses to scam free stuff from various stores. When he gets to the Khaki Barn, Chrissy pumps him for info and learns that the only thing standing in the way of her being Manager of the Year is an underperforming employee, so she hatches a plan to make Nikki less individualistic. As all this goes on, Jude does detective work to find out who, exactly, is his boss. November 7, 2004 March 12, 2009 The award given out at many businesses.
10 Idol Time at the Mall Script When a televised talent competition (parodying American Idol) comes to the mall, Wyatt signs up for it and manages to win with a song he wrote about how great his friends are. However, when his friends miss his first performance, he gets angry and rewrites the lyrics to bash them. January 9, 2005 June 11, 2009 None
11 The Fake Date Script Jen has fallen for the new Penalty Box employee, Charlie Dobbs. Unfortunately, she can't seem to get his attention. Under Caitlin's advice, she auditions fake dates as part of a plot to make him jealous, and ends up going out with Jude. Meanwhile, Jonesy has been inspired by his new job at Booktropolis to write a book of his own. January 16, 2005 Unaired The short-lived game show "Fake-A-Date."
12 Mr. Nice Guy Script Seeing Wyatt moping over his inability to get Serena to notice him, Jonesy decides to take him out on a double date. Unfortunately for Jonesy, the two girls they go out with find Jonesy repulsive and Wyatt smart and poetic. Jonesy, angry at having been "stabbed in the back", enlists the help of Jude (who is getting in touch with his feminine side) and the girls to help him fake being a nice guy. February 20, 2005 June 18, 2009 The Jackie Chan film Mr. Nice Guy.
13 The Girls in the Band Script DawgToy, the hottest boy band in the world, come to the mall to film a video. Caitlin and Jen audition, but when Nikki accidentally comes onstage and steals the show, she is given the part, which drives a rift between her and Jen. While the girls focus on Dawgtoy, Jonesy takes over the Pokey the Panda suit as his newest job. February 27, 2005 November 4, 2008 The film The Boys in the Band.
14 Clonesy Script Jonesy gets a job at the Khaki Barn and ends up takes Nikki out on a date. Jen, Caitlin, and Wyatt try to stop their relationship dead in its tracks out of fear that if it fails, their friendship might be in danger. Meanwhile, Jude uses too much of Jen's muscle relaxing cream and his whole body becomes numb. March 6, 2005 July 16, 2009 A portmanteau of "clone" (reflecting his new job at the Khaki Barn) and "Jonesy."
15 Stupid Over Cupid Script On Valentine's Day, Jonesy tries to ask out Nikki, but when she refuses on the basis that she doesn't date due to too many bad experiences, he decides to auction himself off as a date to the highest bidder. Jen and Caitlin also try to find dates, but when they can't do this, they decide to hang out with Nikki instead, and Wyatt has to try and figure what to do on his Valentine's Day date with Serena. February 13, 2005 February 12, 2009 The song "Stupid Cupid."
16 The Khaki Girl Script Tricia and Caitlin to become the next "Khaki Girl," the winner of which gets to be a model in the newest Khaki Barn catalog. Meanwhile, Jude manages to wrangle a movie date with Starr. April 10, 2005 July 9, 2009 None
17 The (Almost) Graduate Script When Serena tells Wyatt that he's too young for her, Wyatt becomes worried, and tries to act very mature on their next date. Caitlin and Jonesy interview for jobs at Albatross & Finch. April 17, 2005 February 26, 2009 The film The Graduate.
18 Bring It On Script Jonesy starts work at the Penalty Box and becomes a better salesman than Jen. Overly confident, he proposes that guys are naturally better at everything than girls, starting a gender war. While his friends bicker over which is the superior gender, Jude inadvertently starts a child care service and ends up with more kids than he can handle. April 24, 2005 November 7, 2008 The film Bring It On.
19 The Swami Script When Jonesy becomes the booking manager for the mall and a guru he booked cancels on him, he puts Jude onstage to act like a swami. Surprisingly, Jude's advice is actually taken as good by the audience, which leads to several catastrophic events happening, including Coach Halder running around the mall shirtless, Caitlin trying to apply Jude's advice on her date, and Wyatt getting stuck on top of a ladder. May 8, 2005 November 5, 2008 None
20 Cecil B. Delusioned Script When Jonesy gets a job at a TV station due to his uncle working there, a news crew entrusts a camera to him so that he can take some film of the mall. He soon gets a different idea, however, and he and Jude go off to make pilots for various reality TV series, finally settling on using Caitlin to prank Nikki. While the other four are otherwise engaged, Jen finds out that Wyatt is failing gym and decides to train him. May 15, 2005 Unaired The Golden Age of Hollywood director Cecil B. DeMille, who was known for directing large-scale movies.
21 The Birthday Boy Script Wyatt's birthday is coming up, but he's not happy, as his parents always throw him horrible themed parties. When his friends hear about this, Jen promises to throw him a good party for once; however, various distractions get in their way. June 12, 2005 April 16, 2009 The term "birthday boy," used for a boy having a birthday.
22 Enter the Dragon Script The guys get tickets to Dragon Thunder and give them to the girls for safekeeping. Unfortunately, on the premiere date the girls are acting incredibly weird (due to being on their periods), so the boys have to find a way to get the tickets without angering them. June 5, 2005 Unaired The Bruce Lee film Enter the Dragon.
23 One Quiet Day Script Midterms are coming up, but Jen has a plan to make sure everyone passes. Unfortunately, she's being incredibly bossy about her plan, and is driving all her friends up a wall. June 19, 2005 February 19, 2009 The Pat Metheny album One Quiet Night.
24 It's Always Courtney, Courtney, Courtney! Script Jen's big sister Courtney has come back from university on spring break, and is hanging out with her friends, much to Jen's horror. While Courtney enchants all her friends and overall appears to be more fun than Jen, Jonesy is made uncomfortable by his latest girlfriend, Lydia. June 22, 2005 Unaired "It's always Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!"
25 The One with the Text Message Script Serena breaks up with Wyatt via text message, and everyone in the gang tries to comfort him over his horrid breakup. Meanwhile, as she has a day off school, Nikki is hanging out with the gang instead of studying like she told her parents, but today is the day her parents have chosen to come to the mall, so she gets Jude to distract them. June 22, 2005 March 5, 2009 Friends' episode titles, most of which begin with "The One..."
26 Boo, Dude Script Jonesy, Wyatt, and Jude try to prank Ron as part of their annual Halloween tradition, but each time, Ron manages to outsmart them. Jen wants to stop Coach Halder's Jason Voorhees-style jokes at the Penalty Box. Caitlin goes on a Halloween date with Talon. October 20, 2005 November 6, 2008 An ad campaign for the Goosebumps TV series.
27 6teen: Dude of the Living Dead Script Zombies invade the mall, and the gang have to fight them off and find a way out. Along the way, they are given assistance from some unlikely sources, such as Ron, Darth, and the Clones. October 27, 2005 October 23, 2008 The film Night of the Living Dead.

Season 2: 2005 - 2006 (Canada) 2008 - 2009 (USA)

# Title Script Summary Canada Airdate USA Airdate Title Reference
28 Going Underground Script When Blade finds a cockroach in the food he got from Stick It, he calls in the health authorities, who shut down the business and put Jude out of a job on the same exact day that Wyatt gets fired from Spin This. The males of the group are all jobless, and go on a job hunt, eventually ending up at Underground Video. Meanwhile, Caitlin is afraid that Talon will break up with her because she's so clumsy and has injured him several times over the past few days. October 13, 2005 November 10, 2008 The Jam single of the same name.
29 Deadbeat Poets Society Script Starr wants to help Wyatt get over Serena, so she introduces him to poetry readings at Grind Me. Jonesy gets a new job at the mall pharmacy, and he starts finding out juicy little tidbits of information that he can't divulge due to the pharmaceutical oath his boss has made him take. November 10, 2005 November 17, 2008 The word "deadbeat", used to refer to someone who has no money, and the film Dead Poets Society.
30 Career Day Script The friends' career aptitude tests come in, and they rush to check them out. Unfortunately for Nikki, it seems she's fated to be a retail specialist while Caitlin is supposed to become a travel writer. While Nikki tries to deal with this, Wyatt and Jude run into problems of their own, as Jude accidentally destroys a copy of Wayne's incredibly rare favorite movie, The 77th Samurai. November 17, 2005 July 23, 2009 The school event of the same name.
31 Fish and Make Up Script When a goldfish in a plastic bag gets left behind at Underground Video, Jude adopts him and spends his time hanging out with the pet he dubs "Fish." Unfortunately, things aren't as mellow as he might wish, as Caitlin and Nikki have gotten into a huge fight and the group is fractured in trying to mend the relationship. November 24, 2005 November 13, 2008 The phrase "kiss and make up."
32 Awake the Wyatt Within Script When Wyatt finds out that Wayne can select the perfect movie for a couple, he manages to get Wayne to select a movie for him and Serena. Unfortunately, he can't decode the message of the movie. To make things worse, Caitlin's blender is broken, and Jen's relationship with Charlie Dobbs is on the rocks. December 1, 2005 July 30, 2009 Anthony Robbin's self-help book Awaken the Giant Within.
33 Unhappy Anniversary Script When Jonesy and Nikki realize they've been dating for three months, their friends pressure them into getting each other gifts. Unfortunately, neither is sure what to get the other, and this is not helped by the pressure to make sure that their gifts are worth the same even though they don't know what the other person will get. Meanwhile, Jude's aunt is visiting, so he's sleeping at Wyatt's house–except Jude isn't sleeping, which means Wyatt cannot sleep either. December 8, 2005 Unaired The term "happy anniversary."
34 Pillow Talk Script Everyone tells the others their embarrassing stories on the pretext that the stories won't be passed around. Unfortunately, Caitlin lets slip the details of all the stories but hers to her newest flame, who blurts them out after being hypnotized. December 14, 2005 April 23, 2009 The phrase "pillow talk," which refers to gossip passed around between two people in a relationship.
35 In a Retail Wonderland... Script Stress is getting to Jen, so Starr helps her out by teaching her yoga. Meanwhile, Wyatt is trying to infuse Wayne with the Christmas spirit, but Wayne refuses to cheer up, to the point that he decides to make Jude and Wyatt work on Christmas. December 22, 2005 August 6, 2009 The song "Winter Wonderland."
36 Midnight Madness Script The gang convinces Jen to throw a small get-together for New Years Day at her house, and everyone is excited, including Nikki who's coming back from Acapulco with her parents. However, nothing goes as planned as tensions threaten to split up the group on the big day. December 22, 2005 August 13, 2009 The film and annual event of the same name.
37 Welcome to the Darth Side Script When Nikki finds out about Chrissy secretly being a member of Darth's Jedi Knight Club, Chrissy swears her to secrecy on pain of being fired. Nikki agrees, but tells Chrissy's secret to her friends, and in a bid to sell Chrissy some plastic wrap, Jonesy accidentally mentions Chrissy's love of Star Wars. Nikki gets fired, and eventually goes to work at the Stereo Shack, much to her annoyance as Darth is continually hitting on her. Meanwhile, Lydia reappears, this time stalking Wyatt. December 15, 2005 November 14, 2008 A portmanteau of the Star Wars line "Welcome to the Dark Side," the Star Wars character Darth Vader, and the 6teen Darth.
38 The New Guy Script Ron the Rent-a-Cop hires an assistant security guard and tightens the security net on the mall to such an extent that nobody can do anything. December 22, 2005 November 17, 2008 The film of the same name.
39 Major Unfaithfulness Script When a famous hairstylist opens up a salon in the mall, Caitlin cheats on her usual hairdresser in order to go to him and ends up with a horrible haircut. Meanwhile, Underground Video gets bought out by Taj Mahome Video, and the guys begin working under the iron fists of Blade and Christo. December 22, 2005 November 19, 2008 The phrase "major ungratefulness."
40 Waiting to Ex-Sale Script Jonesy tries to overcome his fear of blood so that he can donate blood in order to prove himself to Nikki. Jude, meanwhile, has no problem donating, and is going completely overboard because he loves the doughnuts being given to donors. While this goes on, Jen and Caitlin wait in a long line for a once-in-a-lifetime sale at Albatross & Finch. January 12, 2006 November 20, 2008 The 1995 film Waiting to Exhale.
41 Losing Your Lemon Script Caitlin has paid off the credit debt she accrued a long time ago and is free to go, so she quits her job and immediately goes overboard shopping for clothes.Doppelgängers of the gang take over at the Big Squeeze due to Tricia's interference, and Jude breaks up with Starr due to Jonesy's interference. December 15, 2005 April 30, 2009 The idiom "Losing your marbles", another way of saying that someone has gone insane.
42 The Hunted Script Nikki falls for the new employee at Albatross & Finch, Hunter, but is afraid to ask him out, so she instead asks Caitlin to find out if he's into her. Caitlin ends up falling for him as well, however, and she goes out with Hunter, causing a huge fight between Caitlin and Nikki. Jude and Wyatt pretend to be psychics because the phone number for a psychic hotline is only one digit away from the phone number of Underground Video. January 19, 2006 Unaired The 1995 and 2003 films of the same name.
43 Lights Out Script Starr goes goth, and Jude goes goth as well to impress her. Things come to a head when both Jude's friends and the goths visit the movie theater to see a horror movie, and the electricity goes out in the middle of the horror show. January 26, 2006 November 21, 2008 The phrase "lights out", referring to when it's time for someone to go to bed. In this case, "lights out" means a power outage.
44 A Ding from Down Under Script When a pay phone rings as Jude is checking it for spare change, he picks up and starts an over-the-phone relationship with an Australian girl. While Jude tries to find a way to be available for his girlfriend whenever she might want to talk, Jen has to deal with her boss and his son practicing for a paintball tournament and using her as a target. Meanwhile, Wyatt has been fired from Underground Video for spilling coffee on a rare tape of a movie, and has to get a new job. May 22, 2005 November 24, 2008 The name "Down Under", a nickname for Australia.
45 The Wedding Destroyers Script As the wedding between Mr. Garcia and Emma Masterson approaches, it's all too clear that the amalgamation of the two families is not going to occur smoothly. Meanwhile, Nikki is suspected of shoplifting by the Clones and has to deal with harassment from them. February 2, 2006 Unaired The film Wedding Crashers.
46 The Lords of Malltown Script Wyatt is incredibly stressed and has realized that everyone thinks he's uptight, so he gets Jude to teach him to skateboard. Meanwhile, Caitlin keeps making Jen go out with her on double dates that only one couple (hers) enjoys. February 9, 2006 November 18, 2008 The 2005 skateboarding film Lords of Dogtown.
47 Jonesy's Low Mojo Script Jonesy beats a high-score record on a video game, but that record falls the very same day, kicking off a rivalry between him and the new high-score holder. Meanwhile, Nikki falls for a guy named Stone who is a lot like her and has just started working at Grind Me. February 16, 2006 Unaired None
48 Smarten Up Script Caitlin lies about being in college when she sets her sights on a cute college boy, and soon enough her friends get sucked into the ruse as well. The only one who doesn't participate in the charade is Jude, who is drinking gallons of coffee from Grind Me in an attempt to win a prize from their current promotion. February 23, 2006 Unaired The term "smarten up".
49 Dirty Work Script Jonesy starts his own business, a "breaking bad news service" that delivers all types of bad news to people on behalf of someone else. This service goes well for him until he starts getting pursued by people angry at the messenger and is commissioned by Stone to break up with Nikki for him. Meanwhile, Jen has problems with the Escalator Girls and Caitlin has problems with her new makeup. March 2, 2006 August 20, 2009 The 1998 film of the same name and the term for unpleasant, sometimes illegal work.
50 Over Exposed Script Jonesy accidentally sees Jen completely naked. They both swear each other to secrecy, but end up telling their friends, which leads to tension between them. As these two try to work it out, Chrissy quits the Khaki Barn in order to get a better-paying position at the Soft Rock Café, and Nikki winds up leading the other two clones. April 6, 2006 Unaired The term "overexposed", referring to excessive publicity.
51 A Crime of Fashion Script Tricia frames Caitlin for stealing clothes from Albatross & Finch, and Caitlin does her best to clear her name. As Caitlin deals with this crisis, Jude is also having a crisis, as a mannequin that looks exactly like him is being used to model thongs at a beach shop. Meanwhile, Jonesy does his best to get a date with his pretty, French co-worker, Amélie. April 13, 2006 Unaired The phrase "a crime of passion", referring to violent crimes.
52 Spring Fling Script The spring dance is coming up, and it's all anyone can think or talk about, much to Nikki's disgust. She's trying to make people think about the environment, but because everyone's focused on the dance, they're all ignoring her. To help her out, Caitlin hatches a plan to get Nikki elected Spring Queen, but one big obstacle is standing in the way: Tricia. April 20, 2006 August 27, 2009 The schoolwide event of the same name.
53 Girlie Boys Script Jonesy develops a unibrow, and has to go to the spa to get it shaved off. While there, however, he discovers that all the ladies go there, and they're nearly naked, causing him to develop a love of the spa, and to soon get a job there. While Jonesy, and soon Wyatt and Jude, become addicted to the spa, Jude's rival Mike Dent starts annoying him, so Jude challenges him to a speed-skating competition. April 27, 2006 November 25, 2008 The derogative term "girly men", referring to men who enjoy things that are intended for feminine audiences.
54 Snow Job Script A gigantic snowstorm hits, and everybody flocks to the mall, much to the horror of Ron the Rent-a-Cop. Because it's three days to the gigantic winter dance, however, everyone else has bigger issues to deal with: Jen has to organize pretty much everything (as always), Caitlin is trying to find the perfect date, Jonesy is trying to get Tara Johansen to go out with him, Wyatt needs to find a way to ask out Marlowe, Nikki is trying to find a way to not think of the dance, Jude is off hanging out with the Zamboni driver, and the relationship between Darth and Julie is on the rocks. December 21, 2006 Unaired The phrase "snow job," which refers to phony claims made to flatter people or sell products.

Season 3: 2007 - 2008 (Canada) 2008 - 2009 (USA)

# Title Script Summary Canada Airdate USA Airdate Title Reference
55 Sweet 6teen Script Caitlin's 16th birthday is coming up and she wants to have the most awesome party ever to celebrate, and has even managed to get Chill TV to film it for their show "Sweet 16." Tricia hears about this, however, and takes advantage of her friend's trusting nature to wrangle a joint sweet sixteen. While all this goes on, Jude investigates the horrid state of the ice at the mall. June 14, 2007 July 2, 2009 The reality show My Super Sweet 16.
56 Baby, You Stink Script After Jonesy buys some rank cologne, he makes a bet that his natural smell is the greatest aroma ever, causing him, Jude, and Wyatt to agree to the bet with Nikki, Caitlin, and Jen as the judges. While the guys get stinkier and stinkier, Caitlin becomes obsessed with a so-called "baby-making booth" and keeps going in there with different guys in attempts to make a good baby. September 13, 2007 November 26, 2008 None
57 Selling Out To The Burger Man Script Caitlin starts going out with Les Bland, not realizing that the only reason she's going out with him is because he buys her lots of stuff. While Nikki and Jen try to force her to see reality, Wyatt is commissioned by Burger McFlipster's to write a jingle for them. September 20, 2007 Unaired The phrase "selling out to the Man," used in reference to working a regular, steady job.
58 The Journal Script Jonesy gets a new job at the mall's Lost & Found, and immediately starts taking advantage of this job to sell off or use good lost gear. While looking through the latest haul of stuff, he finds a journal that belongs to Jen and starts reading it. October 7, 2007 September 3, 2009 None
59 Silent Butt Deadly Script After a failed date where all their friends interrupted them, Jonesy and Nikki decide to have some alone time at Jonesy's house. All is going well until Nikki uses the bathroom and, through a series of unfortunate events, ends up pretty much wrecking it. Meanwhile, Jude starts dating a much more popular senior named Melinda Wilson. October 14, 2007 December 2, 2008 The phrase "silent but deadly," used to refer to a certain type of flatulence.
60 The New Jonesy Script Jen starts dating a guy named Smithy. All of her friends immediately notice the resemblance between Smithy and Jonesy, but Jen refuses to see it until she accidentally kisses Jonesy while he's wearing a wig. Meanwhile, Ron, who is annoyed with the popularity of "Zamboni Dude," challenges Jude to a race, with the caveat that Jude will quit his job if he loses. October 21, 2007 May 25, 2009 The film The New Guy.
61 Wrestlemania Script Jen gets promoted to Assistant Coach at the Penalty Box, but messes up within minutes when she orders way too much wrestling gear. Fortunately, her stepbrother, AKA The Stud, is willing to lend a hand by showing off the fun of wrestling. While the guys and Jen wrestle with this dilemma, Caitlin tries to help Nikki prove to Stone that she's doing better than ever without him. November 4, 2007 November 27, 2008 The annual WWE event of the same name.
62 Prank'd Script Jen and Jonesy get into a prank war. Meanwhile, Caitlin receives free money from an ATM and spends it on earrings, but these attract unwanted attention from Tricia. November 11, 2007 May 25, 2009 The TV show Punk'd.
63 2-4-1 Script Caitlin falls in love with two different guys, Vince and Blake. Unable to choose between them, she decides to date both in the hopes that one of them will prove to be a better date. While Caitlin focuses on her dating dilemma, Wyatt has a dilemma of his own, as a constantly-bickering elderly couple have gotten jobs at Burger McFlipster's and are making his job there horrible. November 18, 2007 Unaired The sales term "two for one."
64 Another Day at the Office Script When Jonesy tries to open an account at the bank, he finds that there's a long line in front of him. Soon, he gets bored, and when he sees an empty desk, he takes the time to sit there, and is mistaken for a high-level bank executive. Meanwhile, Nikki plays a series of pranks on her coworkers. November 22, 2007 October 20, 2009 The documentary Another Day at the Office.
65 Oops, I Dialed It Again Script Caitlin's dad's firm is doing some work for a cell phone company, and a perk of this is that the gang has been given said company's new brand of cell phones to test. Unfortunately, this leads to several butt-dials that lead Jonesy and Nikki to believe each is cheating on the other. In addition, Wyatt lets everyone prank him because getting embarrassed provides him with inspiration for songs, and Jen gets stuck in a questionnaire booth. November 22, 2007 November 28, 2008 The Britney Spears song Oops!... I Did It Again.
66 How the Rent-A-Cop Stole Christmas Script Ron the Rent-a-Cop seems determined to put an end to Christmas by confiscating all of the decorations and doing his best to destroy all Christmas cheer. While Ron focuses on the complete annihilation of Christmas, Jonesy deals with Nikki's mother, who believes that Jonesy is completely wrong for her daughter. December 20, 2007 Unaired The Dr. Suess story "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!"
67 Insert Name Here Script Wyatt accidentally calls his girlfriend Marlowe "Serena," creating a rift in their relationship. Another rift in another relationship is formed when Jonesy keeps coming up with schemes to find people secret places to suck face. Jude, meanwhile, simply wants to start a relationship with a beautiful French-Canadian figure skater named Claudette. January 6, 2008 Unaired The term "insert name here," often found on nametags and forms to indicate where to write a name.
68 All Pets Are Off Script When Tricia shows off her new purse dog, she attracts a cute animal-loving guy that Caitlin immediately falls in love with. As such, she goes off on a "save the animals" kick in an attempt to show that he should go out with her. Meanwhile, Jude finds an old silver dollar and ends up getting lost in the vents after he loses it in them, and Wyatt tries to go see a movie. January 13, 2008 March 19, 2009 The phrase "all bets are off."
69 J is For Genius Script When Nikki proclaims herself to be smarter than Jonesy, Jonesy challenges her to take an IQ test with him so they can truly find out who's smarter. Naturally, Jonesy cheats, but he manages to fool everyone to the point that he's hired to work as an IT advisor at Things That Beep. While Jonesy is busy keeping up the genius ruse, Jude gets hooked on a soap opera, and Jen starts imitating her substitute superior Jane. February 3, 2008 December 4, 2008 The Christian slogan "J is for Jesus."
70 Bicker Me Not Script Jonesy accidentally breaks up George and Gracie Bickerson's marriage and Nikki won't speak to Jonesy until he gets them back together. Meanwhile, Caitlin realizes that her co-worker at the Big Squeeze is a guy named Kevin, and starts planning ways for them to meet. February 10, 2008 Unaired The flowers called forget-me-nots.
71 Love At Worst Sight Script Marlowe gets excited after getting a job at Spin This, which upsets Wyatt because his old flame Serena still works there. His fears are inflamed further when Jonesy warns that his ex- and current-girlfriend will certainly talk about him, and soon they'll reveal all they know to each other. While Wyatt schemes about how to get Marlowe to quit her job, Jonesy uses his new job as an optometrist to scam lots of commissions by replacing the regular eye chart with a blurry one so that he can sell more glasses. February 17, 2008 May 25, 2009 The phrase "love at first sight."
72 The One with the Cold Sore Script A movie filming comes to the mall, and surprisingly enough, Jen gets picked for a supporting role after an actress bows out. Nikki and Wyatt are also selected as extras, much to the disappointment of Jonesy and Caitlin, who wanted parts in the show. While Jonesy takes on a job as Jen's assistant so he can stay close to the set and perhaps be picked up for a role, Jude goes out of his way to comfort Caitlin, who is dealing with a cold sore, and along the way gives his friends the mistaken impression that they're dating. February 24, 2008 Unaired Friends episode titles, all of which started with "The One..."
73 Double Date Script Jonesy and Nikki win a pair of tickets to one of Jonesy's favorite sci-fi flicks, War Star Galaxy Force, but the other pair of tickets are awarded to Darth and Julie. Meanwhile, Tricia organizes several girls against all the men in the mall when she feels that women are being mistreated by inconsiderate boyfriends. March 2, 2008 Unaired The term for two couples going on a date together
74 Fashion Victims Script Jen is putting some old clothes up for the mall clothing donation drive, but Jonesy sees that the donated clothes were from his father and uses the donated wardrobe for himself in an attempt to act cool. He is discovered by a mysterious man who claims he is the latest teen-trend finder, and offers Jonesy a job. Jonesy gladly accepts and attempts to set hot new trends. March 9, 2008 Unaired The term "fashion victim," applied to people dressed in clothes that have fallen horribly out of fashion.
75 Whoa, Baby Script Caitlin falls for a guy named Sawyer, but she feels the need to make her breasts bigger since Sawyer is into large-chested girls. Caitlin then buys a water bra, which gives Jonesy the idea to sell bras with water balloons stuffed in them. Jen is annoyed by this, but Jonesy's exploitative actions are only a drop in the bucket compared to Diego, Robbie, and the realization that her mother is going to have another baby. March 16, 2008 Unaired None
76 Cheapskates Script Jen is asked out by the hot new employee Griffin, and she eagerly accepts. Soon, though, she finds out that he's incredibly cheap and perpetually broke, which means that he's decidedly low-budget. While Jen goes through these dire romantic straits, Caitlin is sailing a rickety ship of her own, as she wants to start a relationship with Jasper, whom she believes only speaks Spanish. March 23, 2008 May 25, 2009 The word "cheapskate," used to describe someone who spends as little money as possible.
77 Opposites Attack Script Jonesy gets a job as a customer service rep at a travel agency and has much in common with his co-worker Joanie. Nikki notices this and starts to fear that Jonesy might dump her for Joanie. Meanwhile, Jude gets a job at the Penalty Box and starts getting Coach Halder to chill out. April 6, 2008 Unaired The idiom "opposites attract."
78 Mr. and Mr. Perfect Script A wedding in Jen's family is coming up, but Jen is extremely angry about it because it means that, unless she gets a date, she'll have to spend this wedding at the kids' table again. Concerned, her friends offer to help, but soon turn it into a competition when Caitlin has one candidate and Jonesy and Nikki have another. To make things worse, neither Wyatt nor Jude can serve as a voice of reason, as Wyatt has been trapped in mall jail by Ron and Jude is having an in-mall beach vacation. April 13, 2008 November 11, 2008 The phrase "Mr. and Mrs. Perfect," used to snarkily refer to so-called perfect couples.
79 Date and Switch Script Wyatt and Marlowe are starting to get on each other's nerves, and Wyatt begins to fear that Marlowe will break up with him. Meanwhile, Caitlin fake-numbers a nerdy guy whom she thought was hot when they met the night before, but accidentally writes the number on her finally filled-out Khaki Card and needs to find a way to contact the guy so she can get her card back. April 20, 2008 December 1, 2008 The term "bait and switch."
80 Life Slaver Script Caitlin saves Darth from a bully, so Darth pledges to eternally guard Caitlin. Jen tries to come up with a hundred email addresses so that she can forward a bad-luck chain email out of her life after it actually gives her bad luck. The guys sit around inside Underground Video watching a bunch of old security tapes that Jude found while crawling around the vents. May 22, 2008 December 11, 2008 The Star Wars weapon "lightsabers," the candy Lifesavers, and real life savers.

Season 4: 2009 - 2010 (Canada) 2010 (USA)

# Title Script Summary Canada Airdate USA Airdate Title Reference
81 Labour Day - Part 1 Script Jen's mother is going into labor. While all of Jen's friends rush to the hospital, Jen is stuck at the mall through a series of unfortunate coincidences. September 10, 2009 April 5, 2010 The Canadian holiday Labour Day.
82 Labour Day - Part 2 Script Jen and Nathan are still in the elevator trying to find a way to get to the hospital in time so Jen can help her mom give birth. Jude, meanwhile, is chatting with a dead body, Jonesy is being a clown, Courtney is being completely unhelpful, Wyatt is focused on rounding up Diego and Robbie Garcia, and Nikki has discovered that she likes babies. September 17, 2009 April 12, 2010 The Canadian holiday Labour Day.
83 6 Teens and A Baby Script Emma Jr. has been crying all night and keeping Jen awake, and wouldn't you believe it it's just her luck, her mom has entrusted her with caring for the baby. When she gets called into work, she passes the responsibility off to Jonesy, who in turn passes the baby around the circle of friends. Meanwhile, Wayne gets hired to work at Burger McFlipster's following the closing of Underground Video. September 24, 2009 April 19, 2010 The film Three Men and a Baby.
84 Blast From The Past Script Olympic athlete Travis Gibson visits the mall, but Jen won't spend time with him because of the time Travis threw a rock right at her forehead back in grade 2 and gave her a nasty scar. For once, Caitlin is on her side, as she's decided to give up boys for a bit. Jude, however, is busy challenging a game shop owner who refuses to stock games made after 1977 with the prize being that the owner will order whatever games Jude wants if Jude manages to win a game. October 1, 2009 April 26, 2010 The film Blast from the Past.
85 Quit It Script After being humiliated by the Clones one time too many, Nikki quits her job at the Khaki Barn and gets a higher-paid job at the new cooking store, Counter Measures. Unfortunately, one thing stands in her way: she can't cook. Meanwhile, Jonesy, Jude, and Caitlin play the new game Jude got in, Rock Maniac, while Wyatt deals with a creepy new girlfriend. October 8, 2009 May 3, 2010 None
86 Kylie Smylie Script Teen singer Kylie Smylie visits the mall to sign some autographs for her fans, perform a concert, and hang out with the winner of her "biggest fan" essay competition. Caitlin was the winner, and while she and Kylie hang out, Jonesy acts as a bodyguard. When Wyatt is introduced to Kylie, however, she develops a crush on him, which is unfortunate as her dad won't let her date until she's twenty-one. Jen, meanwhile, does her best to get an autograph from Kylie. October 15, 2009 May 10, 2010 None
87 The List Script Wyatt is having bad luck with girls, so Jonesy offers him access to his mythical list: a comprehensive guide to all the girls he's ever dated. The existence of this list angers Nikki, intrigues Wayne, and sets off a war over its possession. Meanwhile, Caitlin's credit card gets stolen, and Jude finds out that he has a lucky zit. November 12, 2009 May 17, 2010 None
88 Great Expectations Script Jonesy gets a job at a mini-golf course, which is supplied with plenty of places to make out. For this reason, he starts a business where he rents people real estate to make out, but when he accidentally places Wyatt and Caitlin together, they somehow have the best kiss ever. Meanwhile, the relationship between Jen and Travis hits the skids, as Travis has come home but the life of a celebrity leaves him little time to spend with Jen. Also, Jude's ten-year-old cousin Jade comes to town and quickly shows that she has a gigantic crush on Jonesy. November 19, 2009 May 24, 2010 The Charles Dickens novel of the same name.
89 Out Of This World Script The guys wait in line to get tickets for a sci-fi movie, but are greeted with many trials and tribulations, most directly brought on by Wayne's interference in their lives. While these three focus on getting into the movie, Caitlin and Jen get into a battle over who'll get to date the muscular handyman who somehow isn't very handy at all. February 11, 2010 May 31, 2010 The saying "out of this world."
90 On Your Mark, Get Set... Date Script When Nikki sarcastically suggests speed-dating as a solution to her friends romantic woes, Jonesy jumps on the suggestion and turns it into a scheme. Jen needs advice, so she turns to Jonesy, whose advice is in direct opposition to Caitlin's. As such, a contest over whose tactics are better ensues. At the contest, however, Jude meets and gets back together with a nerdy Starr, while Wyatt finds a new crush, Grind Me barista Cathleen. February 11, 2010 June 7, 2010 The phrase "on your mark, get set...go!" frequently used to start a race.
91 Role Reversal Script A Sadie Hawkins dance comes to the mall. While Jude and Wyatt struggle to get chosen, Caitlin and Jen try to overcome the pressure of asking the guys. February 11, 2010 Unaired The term "role reversal," used to refer to when roles in a relationship of some kind (professional, romantic, or otherwise) switch.
92 Bye Bye Nikki? Part 1 Script Nikki's father gets an interview for a very lucrative position at a really cool company. Unfortunately, if he gets the job, Nikki and her family will have to move to Iqaluit. February 11, 2010 June 14, 2010 The phrase "Bye Bye Birdie."
93 Bye Bye Nikki? Part 2 Script After Nikki's father secures the job, he gives Nikki one last chance. If she can come up with a hundred reasons not to move, they will stay where they are and he'll give up the job. February 11, 2010 June 21, 2010 The phrase "Bye Bye Birdie."

Reunion minisode: TBA (Canada) 2018 (USA)

# Title Script Summary Canada Airdate USA Airdate Title Reference
94 Vote, Dude! Script The gang discusses the upcoming midterm election. TBA September 12, 2018 Season 1 episode "Boo, Dude!".