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The following is a list of episodes of the Disney Channel Original Series, Fish Hooks. The series premiered on September 24, 2010. As of August 12, 2011, 35 episodes have aired.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiere Season finale
1 37 (11 minute episodes) September 24, 2010[1] TBA

Season 1: 2010–11

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Episode title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
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0 0 "Bea Stays in the Picture" Maxwell Atoms Maxwell Atoms September 3, 2010 (Series preview)[1] 4.8[2]

It’s the school’s picture day and Bea, Milo and Oscar try to make their picture the best. While Oscar's photo turns out bad with the flash reflecting off his braces and Milo's turning out a little weird, Bea tries to make it perfect. When the photo is taken and Bea does not appreciate it, she and Milo infiltrate Clamantha's yearbook office while Oscar takes Clamantha on a date in order to keep her away from the yearbook office. Guest star: John DiMaggio as Photographer

1 1 "Fish Sleepover Party" William Reiss William Reiss September 24, 2010 3.0[3]

Bea has a girls only sleepover and Milo and Oscar feel left out so they attend the party as Milovia and Oscarlinabeth. Shellsea and Bea let them in but they aren't fooled by their disguises so they make them prove that they are girls. Guest star: Tress MacNeille as Bassy

2 2 "Fish Out of Water" Maxwell Atoms Alex Hirsch
Ian Wasseluk
September 24, 2010 3.0[3]

Milo panics when everyone believes he is selfish. Milo decides to go out of the tank but is losing oxygen, so Oscar and Bea go to save him. However when a huge cat comes to them, it is up to Milo to save Bea and Oscar, and to prove that he is not selfish.

Guest star: John Caparulo as FinEx Delivery Note: Oscar tells Bea that he is a plumber, and Bea is a Princess that must be rescued from a monkey who throws barrels at him to keep him from reaching the princess, an obvious reference to Nintendo's Mario series, specifically Donkey Kong.

3 3 "Doris Flores Gorgeous"[4] William Reiss Derek Evanick October 1, 2010 3.9[5]

When Bea goes on several dates and Milo gets a date, Oscar feels he is the only one without a girl so and pretends to have a girlfriend named Doris Flores Gorgeous, but he struggles to keep it a secret from Milo and Bea. He tells Milo and Bea that Doris lives in Fish Niagara Falls so the friends try to "cheer up" Oscar by taking him there. When they get there, there actually is Doris who turned out to be Clamantha. Guest star: Tiffany Thornton as Doris Flores Gorgeous

4 4 "Underwater Boy"[4] Maxwell Atoms Alex Almaguer
Maxwell Atoms
William Reiss
October 1, 2010 3.9[5]

Milo tries to follow his dream by playing on the Football team but gets the job of Water Boy. Little does he realize the importance of his job, sice the football team is playing at the Gecko tank. Guest star: Dave Wittenberg as The Geckcoach

5 5 "Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus"[6] William Reiss Derek Evanick October 8, 2010 N/A

When Jocktopus's birthday comes up, he warns every student in freshwater high that if they don't bring a gift for him, they will get "pounded" by him. When shopping for said gift Oscar suggests getting him money, which results in Oscar himself being given as a gift by his friends who don't want to be pounded. Bea and Milo try to get him back.

Guest star: Maile Flanagan as Sunny Note: While Bea is doing her "emotional back story" she says her father told her "And with great delivery, delivery guy." it is a small reference when Uncle Ben from the Spider-Man comics says to Peter Parker "With great power, comes great responsibility."

6 6 "Bea Becomes an Adult Fish"[7] Maxwell Atoms Niki Yang

William Reiss

October 15, 2010 N/A

Bea decides to take a job at Fish Flakes but misses her old carefree life, but no one will let her quit. Meanwhile, Milo and Oscar get sent to daycare after being mistaken of being Bea's babies. Oscar dislikes the babies,but Milo wears a diaper and stays nearby. Guest star: Lauren Tom as Barb

7 7 "Doggonit"[8] William Reiss Carl Faruolo October 22, 2010 N/A
Milo and Bea get a dog named Murphy, who Oscar doesn't like. Oscar ends up yelling at the dog and as a result the dog runs away. Now Bea, Milo, and Oscar will have to find Murphy.
8 8 "Queen Bea"[9] C.H. Greenblatt Derek Evanick October 29, 2010 N/A

When the school homecoming dance is coming up, Bea must be chosen to be Homecoming Queen. But her "embarrassing" parents have signed up to be chaperones. So Milo and Oscar help plan a fake school dance to stop them from ruining Bea's chance at becoming queen. Guest star: Derek Evanick as Student Councils

9 9 "Fail Fish"[10] Willam Reiss Ian Wasseluk November 11, 2010 N/A

Bea and Oscar help Milo study for his final exam so he doesn't get held back a grade like their old friend Kevin. To do this, they must find Milo's un-traditional way of learning. Guest star: Jason Earles as Kevin

10 10 "Funny Fish"[11] C.H. Greenblatt Clayton Morrow November 27, 2010 N/A

Oscar seems to be the only one without a good sense of humour, so Milo and Bea tell Oscar to just pretend everything's funny. But he goes too far. Guest star: Roger Craig Smith as Pass

11 11 "Baldwin the Super Fish"[12] William Reiss Carl Faruolo December 3, 2010 N/A

Oscar and Milo believe that their teacher Mr. Baldwin lives a double life as a comic book superhero and Bea, who needs to do a report for Dr. Frog's class. He tells Bea that they have to get proof. Guest star: Kevin McDonald as Dr. Frog

12 12 "Dances with Wolf Fish"[13] William Reiss Niki Yang December 10, 2010 N/A

Milo and Oscar search for new roommates after they fight over Milo's messy habits. Guest stars: Dee Bradley Baker as Wolves and Greg Cipes as Steve Jackson

13 13 "The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish"[14] William Reiss Ian Wasseluk December 17, 2010 N/A

Oscar has an accident and wakes up in what he believes is his fantasy novel. Meanwhile, Milo and Bea try to find Oscar, but runs into different kinds of fake Oscars. Guest stars: Eric Laden as Ron and Grey DeLisle as Baby Unicorn

14 14 "Hooray for Hamsterwood"[14] C.H. Greenblatt Diana Lafyatis December 17, 2010 N/A

Milo, Oscar and Bea travel to Hamsterwood where Bea can have her own TV show. However, there is something fishy going on in there, and it turns out the hamsters are planning to eat Bea! Guest stars: Jason Alexander as Mr. Nibbles and Sabrina Bryan as Pamela Hamster

15 15 "Milo Gets a Ninja"[15] C.H. Greenblatt Alex Almaguer
Derek Evanick
C.H. Greenblatt
January 7, 2011 N/A

Milo finds a siamese fighting fish ninja and uses his skills to intimidate Jocktopus from bullying. However, the power quickly goes to Milo's head, and he begins to punish everyone by trapping them in glass bowls for ridiculous reasons. Guest star: Richard Horvitz as Ninja

16 16 "Dropsy!"[16] William Reiss Ian Wasseluk
Neil Graf
January 21, 2011 N/A

Milo fakes having a disease called "dropsy' when he sees Albert Glass having the illness, because he realizes that he would get free things like Albert. Milo then becomes very greedy, upsetting his brother Oscar. However Oscar gets payback on his brother when Milo still wants to be sick and then he is taken to a tank with very sick fish. Milo then sees Albert and other fishes having fun and reveals that he fake it but it is now too late and no one cares about him.

Guest star: Jeff Bennett as Seahorse and Sick Fish Note: Starting this episode, Chelsea Staub is being credited as Chelsea Kane.

17 17 "Fishing for Compliments: The Albert Glass Story"[17] C.H. Greenblatt Carl Faruolo January 29, 2011 N/A

Bea finds out that Albert Glass doesn't like her, so she gets help from Milo and Oscar to help her figure out what it's going to take to get on Albert's good side. Guest star: Chris Parnell as Announcer and Allibut

18 18 "Big Fish"[18] C.H. Greenblatt Derek Evanick February 4, 2011 N/A

When Milo is very wrack in Bea's class, Coach Samons tell him to exercise. Since Milo is lazy, he gets help from Jumbo Shrimp and uses a tank to make him stronger. He gets careless and gets bigger and stronger which he turns into a monster.

Guest star: Steven Christopher Parker as Jumbo Shrimp Note: When Milo outgrows and destroys the "big tank", and knocks over a navy hat and cape, he looks a lot like Stay Puft from the Ghostbusters franchise. Also, The scene where Principal Stickler is using the secret army to attack giant Milo is a reference to Godzilla.

19 19 "The Dark Side of the Fish"[19] William Reiss Blake Lemons
William Reiss
February 11, 2011 N/A

When Oscar believes nobody understands him, he joins a group of goth fish and changes his name to Bubblethorn. So Milo and Bea try to get Oscar back from Razor and the goth fish. Guest star: Eva Amurri as Bleak Molly

20 20 "Dollars and Fish" C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Neil Graf February 18, 2011 3.74[20]
Milo does not have any money, unlike Oscar and Bea. They tell him to work but he is lazy and stubborn so he loans money from Randy Pincherson and then Randy treats him he is going to pinch Milo because he used up all the loan. Oscar and Bea give their money to Randy and become very angry with Milo, abandoning him as a friend. Milo decides to work but at the job, he thinks it is very hard just to put the cash into the register. He has the money for the tickets to a concert and the moony he owes to Oscar and Bea.
21 21 "Fish Floaters"[21] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Diana Lafyatis February 25, 2011 N/A
When Principal Stickler says that the boys would build a float and the girls will build another, It becomes a fight because Milo did not come up with a plan and plans one of the boys to spy on them. When the boys and the girls show tier floats, it collapses and becomes a Principal Stickler Float.
22 22 "Flying Fish"[22] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Carl Faruolo March 4, 2011 N/A

After Mr. Mussels gives an inspiring speech about going after your dreams, Milo ends up finding his dream in an actual dream … he wants to fly across the pet store! Bea and Oscar are certain that this is just a Milo moment, but realize he’s serious after Milo decides to trap a bird to fly on. Guest star: George Takei as Bird

23 23 "Two Clams in Love"[23] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Alex Hirsch March 11, 2011 3.0[24]

When Clamantha’s crush on Oscar begins to overwhelm him, he thinks his problems are solved when she develops a crush on his laptop, mistaking it for a fellow clam. When the battery starts to die, Clamantha is upset that her new boyfriend is ignoring her and Oscar must find a way to make things right. Guest star: Smith Harrison as Webster

24 24 "Peopleing"[25] Maxwell Atoms Maxwell Atoms April 1, 2011 N/A
Milo entertains holding onto Bud's ear with a fishing pole attached to the end of a plunger, but then shoots into the pocket of his shirt. Milo now runs the risk of becoming dehydrated.
25 25 "Legend of the Earth Troll"[26] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Ian Wasseluk April 8, 2011 N/A

Oscar tries to get Milo involved in recycling, but Milo goes overboard when Oscar comes up with a "fake" story and tells Milo about a Magical Earth Troll.

Note:At the beginning when Oscar is recycling, he puts a newspaper in a can with a headline "Why, Noah, Why?". This is in reference to the show's creator, Noah Z. Jones. Also, when Milo was flipping through channels on the T.V. he came across "Fish Hooks" but eventually changed the channel. Lastly, when Milo was showing Oscar his pictures of "Magical Dudes" on the wall, Kyle Massey who is the voice of Milo was up with the other pictures. Guest star: Ozzy Osbourne as The Earth Troll

26 26 "Parasite Fright"[27] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
William Reiss
Niki Yang
April 29, 2011 N/A
Milo sees a horror movie and thinks fish brain parasites are infecting everyone.
27 27 "Pamela Hamster Returns"[28] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Ian Wasseluk May 13, 2011 N/A

When Milo and Pamela Hamster do a video chat, Pamela decides to visit Milo. So Milo drains all the tanks and gets everyone else to go to a party called "Cinco de Milo" and almost gets arrested for draining of the tanks and the failure to throw an awesome party.

Guest stars: Sabrina Bryan as Pamela Hamster and Jason Alexander as Mr. Nibbles Note: Pamela shows Milo that she is a gerbil. Also in the end when Mr.Nibbles says that Pamela needs to report to her new movie "Hamster School Musical" they were referring to the Disney Channel movie High School Musical. She also talks about her TV show, "The Hamsters of Hamsterly Place", referring to the Disney Channel show Wizards of Waverly Place.

28 28 "Riding in Cars with Fish"[29] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Derek Evanick June 18, 2011 N/A
Oscar takes his driving test, but things get wild when his driving instructors turn out to be Mr. Mussels and Coach Salmons.
29 29 "Milo's Big Idea"[29] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Neil Graf June 18, 2011 N/A
Milo comes up with a great idea: fridge hats. But when Randy Pincherson mysteriously starts selling fridge hats and claiming he came up with the idea, Milo and the others must figure out how Randy knew the idea and how to expose him.
30 30 "Mascotastrophe"[30] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Carl Faruolo June 24, 2011 N/A
Milo and Oscar dress as the school's mascot, but when the fame-happy Milo exposes them, not only does he embaress his shy brother, but players from a rival school kidnap Oscar to destroy Freshwater High's moral for the championship.
31 31 "Diary of a Lost Fish"[31] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Ian Wasseluk June 26, 2011 N/A
Randy Pincherson steals Bea's diary and blackmails her to go on a date with him. In order to get her diary back, she goes on a date with Randy. Milo and Oscar steal Randy's diary.
32 32 "Good Morning, Freshwater"[32] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Diana Lafyatis July 2, 2011 N/A
Oscar bores everyone in Freshwater High School with his morning announcements, so Bea helps make the show more entertaining, but after Oscar realizes that she starts making the morning announcements not about school and decides to quit, but doesn't get his chance to announce the cafeteria being closed for repairs.
33-34 33-34 "We've Got Fish Spirit, Part I & II"[33] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Diana Lafyatis
Derek Evanick
July 8, 2011 2.98
Oscar discovers his collage dreams and aspirations are put in jeopardy because of his lack in extracurriculer activities, so Bea and Milo try to find Oscar the perfect club, and find Clamantha fighting with her arch-nemesis, Clamanda, and Milo, Oscar, and Bea's friends join Clamantha's cheerleaders team after her team gets brought by humans, but Bea turns out to be in Jumbo Shrimp and Albert Glass' map club so she is unable to help out the team.
35 35 "Run, Oscar, Run"[34] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Blake Lemons August 12, 2011 N/A
Oscar is being honored with an award for perfect attendance and, unfortunately, Bea and Milo get the trio into a predicament, preventing Oscar from being there, but Oscar is determined to make it back on time and get his award.
36 36 "Good Times at Pupu Goodtimes"[35] C.H. Greenblatt
William Reiss
Derek Evanick August 19, 2011 N/A
The class is on a field trip to PuPu Goodtimes Amusement Park and Bea, Milo and Oscar all have individual goals in mind. Bea is determined to get on a ride with Steve Jackson, Milo is embroiled in a macho man "ride-off" with Randy Pincherson and Oscar joins forces with Jumbo Shrimp and Albert Glass to win a Galactic Fish Battles Limited Edition Fork Saber. It's all fun times at PuPu Goodtimes!
37 37 "Oscar Makes an Impression"[36] August 26, 2011 N/A
Oscar's impression of the Queen of Fish England is so similar that even Mr. Mussel's, who is a big admirer of the Queen, cannot tell the difference. The gang goes along with the ruse, until Oscar is mistaken for the Queen by a bridal party and swept away to "his" royal wedding. The day then escalates into a "Slow Jams Rap Battle" between Milo and Mr. Mussels to win the hand of the fair Oscar.

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