The following are summaries of Angela Anaconda episodes, in order of broadcast. The summaries are split by each 11-minute story, which originally aired with another story in a 22-minute episode.
1. Pet Peeves/Rat Heroes: When the school trip vote between Nanette's suggestion of Ballet Russe or Angela's suggestion of "Monster Truck Rally" becomes a tie, Nanette proposes that they set up fund-raisers so whoever raises the most money gets to go on their suggestion. Angela, Gina, Johnny and Gordy decide that a "pet wash" is the best way to raise money.
The class goes on a trip to the space museum. Angela brings along her dad's space rock which he found in Utah in 1959.
2. Ice Breakers/You're So Vain: Angela and her friends join a beginner's ice skating class only to find that not only has Nanette joined as well, but she already knows how to skate; and her show-off moves cause Angela to fall and break her arm.
When Angela has to write a poem about someone she admires, she selects her terrier King. When she presents the poem to the class, Mrs. Brinks assumes that she is the subject of Angela's poem. Nanette, meanwhile, writes her poem about Marie Antoinette the French Queen (even though Marie Antoinette was Austrian).
3. The Substitute/Model Behaviour: Angela is worried because she did not come up with a topic for her rainforest project, until Mrs. Brinks falls ill, and is replaced by a substitute teacher named Ms. Geraldine "Gerry" Klump. Fortunately for Angela, but unfortunately for Nanette, Ms. Klump is shown to like Angela and dislike Nanette.
Mr and Mrs Manoir hire Geneva Anaconda to carve a sculpture of Nanette. While Nanette is in pose, Angela is ordered around as Nanette's personal servant.
4. Touched by an Angel-a/Puppy Love: Angela starts getting plagued with bad luck claiming they are all "accidents" despite Josephine Praline's insistence that the jinx is a natural result of not being "touched by an angel" and tries to persuade Angela into being nice to Nanette, despite Josephine herself not finding any good qualities in Nanette.
Nanette's pampered poodle Ooh La La goes missing and Angela finds her in her backyard - in a love affair with her own terrier dog King!
5. Who's Sari Now?/Saving Private Gordy: Tapwater Springs Elementary School is visited by Prince Abdul, the most snobbish prince in the world from Saudi Arabia. He falls in love with Nanette and really gets on Johnny Abatti's nerves!
When Gordy expresses an interest in football, through horticulture, Coach Rhineheart enlists a few good men (Mark and Derek Anaconda) to help his son grasp the sport's finer points.
6. Fairweather Friends/Turtle Confessions: When Nanette is bedridden with the flu, January and Karlene latch onto Angela who is given the job of leader of the spring fling contest and try to bribe her into picking them as her two helpers in order to remain "somebodies" rather than "nobodies".
The only episode set in a framing device, Angela recalls to Josephine Praline how Gina Lash trusted Angela to look after her pet turtle Sheldon but lost him after feeding him too many carrots and bought a new lookalike turtle to replace him.
7. Cloak and Dagger/The Dog Ate It: Angela and Nanette each get new and nearly identical trench coats (Nanette’s coat being designer version). When Angela gets Nanette’s coat by mistake, she also finds herself in possession of Nanette’s personal diary.
King literally eats Angela’s math homework after it gets covered in bacon grease. Knowing that the truth is clichéd and far-fetched, Angela makes up a story about her Dad being really sick with some kind of a brain disease.
8. Hot Bob and Chocolate/Pizza Wars: When Angela makes a mistake in a grammar game, saying I love Bob and Hot Chocolate instead of Bob and I love Hot Chocolate, Nanette immediately spreads a rumor that Angela likes 'Bob' (Episode is sometimes alternatively referred to as “About What Bob?”).
Uncle Nicky and Nona Abatti have a feud with the people from Sabatto's Pizza, their rival pizzeria.
9. Stuck on You/Hard to Swallow: Angela and Nanette become stuck together by bubblegum by their hair. When Nanette bitterly rejects the idea of having the gum hacked out of her perfectly curled hair, she and Angela have to put up with being stuck together.
When Nanette insists that her poodle’s purebred status makes her more loyal, Angela puts this theory to test by luring him away from Nanette’s estate and into the Anacondas' backyard. All goes well until Grandma Lou visits with Barney, her new pet alligator.
10. Gone Fishing/100 Yard Lash: Angela has been looking forward to joining her father and brothers on their annual fishing trip. However, when a new invention causes him injuries, Angela is stuck going on the trip with Mark and Derek who force her to do all of the dirty work and won't even let her fish
Gina has no interest in the annual class relay race until she finds out the clue to the top secret prize is initialed M.B. (as in Mapperson’s Bakery).
11. My Fair Lulu/Johnny Doesn't Live Here Anymore: Because of Baby Lulu, Angela gets poison ivy, scares off her friends and misses “All-Creatures-Great-and-Small-Week" at school. The final straw comes when Lulu releases Angela’s butterfly from captivity.
When news gets out that Johnny and his parents are moving out of Tapwater Springs, Angela and Nanette throw him competing goodbye parties.
Uncle Nicky is doing community service by taking everyone's garbage. Angela and the others enjoy riding in the truck. But Nanette Manior is determined to spoil their fun.
13. Mapperson's Daughter/Big Ho-Down: Mr. Mapperson holds a contest to find a new face for his company’s delivery truck. Though Angela and Nanette naturally compete the hardest out of everyone, are either of them who Mr. Mapperson truly has in mind?
Angela is initially embarrassed over the prospect of a father-daughter hoedown, until the competition turns out to be Howell Manior and Nanette, who have won the dance for two years straight. Now it’s a Hoedown Show-Down between the dads and daughters.
14. Rough Times Tables/Works of Art: Mrs. Brinks’ class is learning multiplication. While Angela, with help from Gina, breezes through the lessons, Nanette struggles much to everyone’s surprise, and Angela’s delight. But the tables turn when Angela gets too cocky and Nanette enlists Gina’s help with the promise of free food.
Angela draws an unflattering picture of Mrs. Brinks, and doctors it later much to her classmates’ delight. On the way home, Angela realizes that she accidentally left it on her desk instead of her test.
15. Angela Who?/Rockabye Abatti: Angela has many qualities that none of her family members do, causing her to feel alienated from the Anaconda family, so she sets out to find who she really is related to.
When Johnny gets a new bunk bed, Angela takes advantage of his sleepover invitation in hopes of getting a good night sleep.
16. Green with Envy?/Two Can Play: Angela is so excited about wearing her new 'highway-worker-orange' windbreaker to school she completely forgets that it is St. Patrick's Day. According to the tradition you can pinch anyone not wearing green and when Angela arrives at school that morning everyone in her class can hardly wait until recess time to take advantage of Angela's forgetfulness.
Angela becomes Nanette’s understudy for Mrs. Brinks’ “Miss Manners the Musical”. Knowing that Nanette would never give up the limelight, Angela forgoes her duties. But when Nanette catches a cold and Angela’s power smoothies do more harm than good, it looks like the limelight is Angela’s for the taking.
17. Cut to the Chase/Dirty Work: The prospect of a bad picture day haircut leads Angela to “borrow” her brother’s autographed baseball hat. When the hat gets confiscated and claimed by Nanette, Angela embarks on a series of deals to get it back.
Johnny and Angela get to run the school store. When Johnny becomes sick, Nanette steps in to fill his place, much to Angela’s dismay.
18. Super Mom/Skipping Lessons: Geneva’s creative block is taking a toll on her skills as a mom. After commandeering Angela’s homework (resulting in an F), she gives up art and devotes her time into being the perfect mother. But is all the fresh-squeezed orange juice plastic wrapped furniture, and handmade clothes worth it if nobody is happy, especially Geneva?
Because of all the commendation letters from Mrs. Brinks, Nanette gets moved up to the fourth grade. In a fit of transference, Angela takes Nanette’s place as Mrs. Brinks’ favorite student. However, as Mrs. Brinks’ attention becomes unbearable, Angela begins to wonder if having Nanette around isn’t as bad as she thought.
19. View to a Brinks/Injury to Insult: Looking to confirm once and for all that Mr. and Mrs. Brinks are weekend nudists, Angela and her friends attempt to rebuild their treehouse higher and higher until it surpasses the fence and Gordy’s topiary, thus assuring them the best seats in the house.
Angela comes down with Pink Eye and has to wear an eyepatch. Not to be outdone, Nanette shows up the next day in a wheelchair, claiming that Angela stepped on and crushed her dancing toe; this not only reassures her popularity, but also Angela’s servitude at Mrs. Brinks’ insistence.
20. The Martyrdom of Saint Nanette/The Crossing: After Josephine teaches the class about Ash Wednesday, Nanette, wanting her memory to live on for eternity, suggests that the entire class participate in sacrificing something for forty days. While Angela gives up imagining things about other people, Nanette embarks on a vow of poverty.
Sherman the class chicken escapes his box and Angela convinced Mrs. Jenerette the school crossing guard to help get him back, much to Nanette’s inconvenience. As a result, the beloved crossing guard is fired at Mrs. Manior’s whim. Wracked with guilt, Angela helps Mrs. Jenerette try to get re-employed.
Gina’s heart seemingly has gone to Jimmy Jamal, much to Gordy’s deep dismay. All hope seems lost until Angela discovers that Gina and Jimmy's affair is based on Jimmy's lunch.
22. Crazed and Confused/Strange Bedfellows: Angela finally saves enough money to get a “babble ball”, the newest fad sweeping Tapwater Springs; only to find out from Nanette that “bug thugs” are now da bomb.
Grandma Lou comes for a visit and Angela goes to great lengths to make sure they room together. But between the boring stories, the snoring, and waking up face to face with Grandma Lou's prosthetic leg, Angela's dream roommate turns out to be a nightmare.
23. Everybody Loves Gina/Halls of Justice: Gina Lash comes to Angela's house for a sleepover. However, things go out of plan when Angela's family starts paying more attention and idolism to Gina rather than Angela herself.
Distracted by an orange sash and delusions of grandeur, Anglea volunteers for hall monitor duties, and quickly learns of its drawbacks. This is especially true when she incurs the wrath of Nanette, whom she cites for littering.
Angela misses her chance to return a copy of "Happy Hoppy Bunny" (which appears to be overdue) to the library and not get fined. Angela tries all attempts to sneak the book back into the library without either Miss Yamagotchi or Nanette (who spends the entire episode balancing a book on her head) noticing.
25. Kar-Lean on Me/Slice of Life: After Karlene fails to buy a hat made of real fur, January and Nanette instantly break off their friendship with her. A shocked Karlene then starts constantly leaning on Angela and co. and they invite Karlene into their gang. However, it is unclear whether Karlene is true friends with Angela or not.
Uncle Nicky and Nona decide to make a commercial to attract more people to Abatti's Pizza. Who will be the child actor stars in the new commercial: Angela, Gina, Johnny and Gordy or Nanette, January and Karlene?
The people of Tapwater Springs have to design floats and everyone, except Gordy, is finding this easy.
1.Vicious Cycle/To Catch a Thief: Angela is not looking forward to the annual bicycle race. While she’s stuck with her brother’s hand me down bikes, Nanette rides the best bikes money can buy, and naturally rides rings around her and the competition. This year seems to be no different, until Angela stumbles upon an unidentifiable wallet containing enough money to buy a top quality bike.
Tapwater Springs erupts into uproar after the Manoirs have several of their possessions stolen from them. But is there really a thief stalking the Manoirs or is the thief something as trivial as a dog?
2. French Connection/The List: The Anacondas get a Parisienne foreign exchange student called CiCi LeCreme who becomes friends with Nanette yet refuses to invite CiCi to her own house (under claims that their house is being fumigated for fleas). Will CiCi move in with Nanette or is Angela doomed with the real-French counterpart of Nanette Manoir for a whole month?
After getting into an ice skating accident, Angela becomes furious when everyone, even her friends, start joking with her because of it. She hides in the toilets and writes a list of jibes about everyone "who annoyed her" on a roll of toilet paper. When Nanette discovers the list, she starts blackmailing Angela into doing chores for her with it.
Angela starts practicing using a pogostick (something which she is very bad at).
When the school’s “dump your lunch not your tray” policy causes Mrs. Brinks’ class to lose recess, Angela admits to the crime, despite her innocence.
5. Earhart's Heirloom/Ancient Greeks: Mrs. Brinks promises to show the class her family heirloom – the compass of aviator Amelia Earhart – if they behave for at least 30 days. Just as Mrs. Brinks is in the knack of showing them the compass, Angela accidentally ruins the deal by chewing on bubblegum. Angela then formulates a plan to make it up to Mrs. Brinks with her birthday.
Nanette writes a "three-act Greek tragedy" casting all of the students in roles. Angela's plan to use reverse psychology in hopes of getting the part of Hercules backfires when Nanette casts the role to Gordy Rhinehart. Instead, Angela gets cast in a variety of other roles, including Medusa, Prometheus, and Atlas due to Nanette's displeasure in Angela's acting performance.
6. Brinks of No Return/Operation Ringside: Angela is forced to stay at Mrs. Brinks' house when her family fails to pick her up due to a rainstorm. Once at Mrs. Brinks' house, Angela and Mr. Brinks are slaved around by Mrs. Brinks while she does nothing, and to make matters worse, Nanette has arrived. Will Angela successfully escape or will she be doomed to stay at Mrs. Brinks' house with Nanette and Mrs. Brinks?
Coach Rhinehart has a new and unknown preoccupation, one which has been cutting into quality time between him and Gordy for the past month. Coincidently, a wrestler known as the Masked Menace has begun a meteoric month-long rise through the local wrestling circuit. Now it’s up to Angela and her friends to figure out whether or not Coach Rhinehart and the Masked Menace are one and the same.
7. Eating with the Enemy/Brocc-Fest: Mr Manoir's interest is piqued when he learns about Bill Anaconda's latest $20-winning invention, the Food Rejuvenator 3000 (which turns dried fruit back into fresh fruit) and offers to invest money into it if it impresses him. Gen and Bill reluctantly invite the Manoirs round for dinner. Will Bill rather have money invested into his invention and have his family end up like the Manoirs or have his invention fail and his family stay as they are?
At the Tapwater Springs broccoli festival Mrs Brinks and Coach Rhinehart are mesmerized at Angela's painting of a broccoli (which was inspired by Baby Lulu's bonnet). Angela then faces the prospect of becoming "Keeper of the Broccoli" when, in fact, she hates broccoli.
After finding a grey hair on his unnaturally Austin Powers-style hairy chest, Uncle Nicky believes himself to be turning old and goes out of his way to act young, including playing games with Angela and co., invading their treehouse, going to school and even playing with dolls!
9. Oh the Humanatees/In a Pepper Pickle: At the town's annual Save the Manatees auction, local hero Astronaut Bob offers himself as a last minute prize. Angela, having lost her chance to win a space helmet to Nanette, is the highest bidder. But Nanette schemes her way into Astronaut Bob's heart and manages to thwart any and all of Angela's attempts to have fun.
An unscrewed pepper shaker lid prank against Mark and Derek backfires against Angela and she has to go got school with a nose full of itchy pepper. Will she manage to get the pepper out and avoid being found guilty of skipping school as well as people falsely accusing her of "being nosy".
10. Boo-Who?/The Haunting Of Angela Anaconda: Angela is planning on going trick or treating with her friends but can't risk wearing one of her mother's homemade costumes so she orders an "Astro-Nutties" costume in the mail. Will Angela's "Happy Hoppy Bunny" costume be successfully concealed or will the can-canning Nanette expose her true costume?
It is Halloween at Tapwater Springs and Angela decides to give Mark and Derek a scare by having Gina Lash dress up as a mad scientist, Gordy Rhinehart as a skeleton. Johnny Abatti as a mummy and Angela as a witch. When the lights start flickering and strange, howling noises echo through Angela's garage, Angela wonders if her garage is really haunted or if it is just Mark and Derek playing usual tricks.
At the museum, the mummy of King Tutankhamun falls on Angela, giving her what appears to be bad luck. Is Angela really cursed by the mummy or is she just having coincidental bad luck?
12. No Thanksgiving/Family Tree: The only problem Angela has with Thanksgiving is the dinner problems. When her family comes down with a "six hour bug" (thanks to Nanette coming to the Anaconda's house and spreading the germs from her own home) it is up to Angela to cook a good Thanksgiving dinner.
As a school project, Angela must trace her roots to see if her ancestors were of any significance to Tapwater Springs, even to see if Angela was related to the people who owned Miss Netty, the cow who saved Tapwater Springs from a wildfire on February 11, 1901.
13. Goodbye Mrs Brinks/The Bird Lady of Tapwater Springs: Mrs Brinks reveals that she plans on leaving when the school is visited by Dr Danny Fanny. To make sure Mrs Brinks leaves, Angela, Gina, Johnny and Gordy dress in neat clothes and act good. To make sure Mrs Brinks stays, Nanette, January and Karlene dress up as punks, nickname themselves "Bruiser" (Nanette) "Cheeky" (January) and "Grunt" (Karlene) and act bad.
After a dead bird "is brought back from the dead" by Angela, everyone thinks she has "healing powers" and is given a variety of problems to "heal" such as Jimmy Jamal's iguana, Johnny Abatti's eyesight and even Mrs Brinks's artificial hip! However, Nanette is the only who thinks Angela's healing powers are fake and tries to exploit it, only finds herself in trouble with Mrs. Brinks.
14. Secret Santa/Hooray for Chanukah: It's Christmas time at Tapwater Springs and the class are picking Secret Santas. When Angela picks Nanette (much to her chagrin) Angela must decide what to buy for the fussy and ungrateful Nanette: a bottle of perfume/"toilet water" or a toaster for French toast.
Uncle Nicky accidentally loses Gina Lash's great-grandmother's menorah in a game of dreidel and Angela, Gina, Johnny and Gordy go on a crusade from place to place to retrieve the menorah in time for the Hanukah party.
15. Return to Sender/I Wanna Mold Your Band: The class each get a pen pal (Johnny gets an Australian person, Gordy gets a Russian ballerina, Gina gets a German chocolatier, and Angela gets a French person called "Marie Antoinette"). When Marie Antoinette's letters turn malicious, Angela begins to suspect Nanette is responsible.
Mr Tastee Twirl hosts a talent contest which the winner will get to ride around in the truck and ring the bell. Angela and Her Band-Aconda compete against Nanette, January and Karlene (or the Ooh La La La Lahs as they call their band) singing in a band.
16. Don't be Caddie/The Pup Who Would Be King: Angela and her friends try to keep cool during the hottest day in Tapwater Springs. When they stumble across the member's only pool at the town country club, Angela and her friends wind up "helping" Mark and Derek with their jobs as caddies.
King gives birth to a litter of puppies one of which looks exactly like her, which Angela names King II. However, to Angela's shock, King II gets adopted by Mrs Brinks - and renamed as Princess!
17. Cheese Under Pressure/Troop or Consequences: Angela tries to find the perfect food in order to trade off her liverwurst sandwiches. Nothing she tries seems to work until a can of Squiggly Cheese changes her lunchtime fortunes change for the better.
Gordy is recruited into the Junior Rangerettes by Angela and Gina in their efforts to keep January and Karlene from electing Nanette as troop leader.
18. The Great Granny Grudge/News at Eleven: After taking Grandma Lou to Abatti's Pizza, it is revealed that Grandma Lou and Nona Abatti have had a lifelong feud and even go so far as to prevent Angela and Johnny from being friends.
Nanette is unsurprisingly chosen as head anchor when Mrs. Brinks’ class is chosen to do a newscast for the town’s community-access channel. Angela, by contrast, is given the farm report. All seems lost until one of Farmer Jangels’ goats gives birth to six kids.
19. The Girl with All the Answers/Good Seats: Gina is one gold star away from being crowned Q&A Queen and defeating Nanette in the process. When Gina eats too much the night before the final competition, the crown is as good as Nanette’s, until Angela stumbles upon the Teacher’s edition of their textbook. Angela would love to become the new Q&A Queen though in her heart she knows that Gina truly deserves the coronation. What's our heroine to do?
Angela and her friends try to win free tickets to The Mega Giants Movie via a radio contest.
20. Abra-Abatti/Stupid Cupid: After assisting a magician during his performance Johnny Abatti begins his own routine with the assistance of Gina. But when Gina is a no-show, Angela and Nanette compete to fill her place.
Angela’s attempt to play Cupid for Gordy backfires big time when Gina's mom Liz and Coach Rhinehart strike up a romance which negatively impacts everyone in town.
After dropping out of "Camp Connie", Angela, Gina, Johnny and Gordy stay at the Anaconda's home which they rename as "Camp Anaconda". Camp Anaconda however seems to be even worse, as Angela's brothers won't let them do anything at all.
22. Sound of Silence/Johnny Learns to Swing: Football season is canceled when Coach Rhinehart loses his voice. Not only does this provide Mark and Derek with ample time to torture Angela, but the team loses the next game. Angela must find a way to get the coach healthy again.
Johnny finds a "hair" on his chest and Uncle Nicky dismisses it as his "first ever Abatti chest hair" and begins pressuring Johnny into manhood.
23. Firm-A-Foam/For the Love of the Game: Angela looks forward to spending Take Your Kids to Work Day helping her father Bill with his inventions. Instead, she assists her father at his day job as a traveling salesman selling expandable foam.
Jimmy Jamal goes away and trusts Angela to complete his "Slamboy" for him until he returns. However, Nanette takes the batteries, causing Jimmy's saved game to be lost. Can Angela get Jimmy's game back before he returns home?
24. Jiggly Fruit Classic/Race Car Race: The evil Jiggly Fruit mascot Jiggly James announces that Jiggly Fruit will be replaced by "New Jiggly Fruit" which tastes absolutely disgusting. Angela, Gina and even Mrs Brinks go out of their way to protest against New Jiggly Fruit and bring back old Jiggly Fruit, even going so far as to replace Mrs. Brinks' lectures with protest periods and masquerading as the "Jiggly Angels" spoofing Charlie's Angels. Will old Jiggly Fruit be brought back or is Tapwater Springs doomed to the unpleasant taste of New Jiggly Fruit forever?
Johnny gets into an accident preparing for the soapbox racecar derby. Disappointed with himself, Johnny is convinced he has lost his racing magic and Angela must take the wheel.
25. Surf's Up/Dog Gone It: It’s a hot summer day and Mrs. Lash takes Angela and her friends to the beach. The four of them are thrilled to be out of school and on the shore, until Nanette and her posse show up to spoil their fun. To make matters worse, Mrs. Brinks is a volunteer lifeguard.
Angela and her friends must save Mark and Derek’s softball from a possessive neighborhood dog named Carnivorous.
26. Childhood for Sale/The Best Is Yeti to Come: To cover the damage done to Mrs. Brink's window, Angela decides to sell some of her stuff. But as nostalgia makes her "keep" pile grow and grow, Angela must choose between parting with her belongings or the prospect of working off the debt.
On a family picnic, Angela is convinced that she has photographed an elusive yeti. When nobody believes her, she decides to stake out the park.
At the book mobile, Bunny Manoir attempts to have The Wizard of Oz banned on the grounds that it promotes wizardry and witchcraft.
2. Jimmy Jamal, Super Beetle/I'm with Stupid: Jimmy Jamal’s obsession with Super Beetle takes a turn for the annoying when he begins to dress and act like the intrepid insect at school. Johnny tries to get him to snap out of it, only to come back as his sidekick Crazy Cricket the next day. When Sherman, the class chicken goes missing, and Angela gets the blame, it’s up to Johnny and Jimmy to either save the day or hang up their capes for good.
To liven up her show and tell reports, Angela brings in Mr. Mooey, a ventriloquist dummy of a cow. Between Mr. Mooey's caustic sense of humor and cow related puns, the wooden bovine proves to be a hit with Mrs. Brinks’ class, so much so to the point where Angela is completely ignored.
3. Saturday Night Gordy/Derek's Better Half: Angela and Gordy are partnered for the school dance. When Gordy proves himself to be a dancing god, Connie Brinks offers the two of them a chance to dance on his local television show. Angela is all for it, until the fame goes to Gordy’s head and he transforms into the ultimate diva; Gordy Glitterdust (parody of the late David Bowie's character Ziggy Stardust).
Angela hits it off well with her new “youth companion” Raven Schwartz, an art student in one of Geneva’s classes. She even promises Angela a Henna tattoo. Mark becomes smitten with Raven and the two go steady, much to the chagrin of not only Angela, but Derek as well.
4. There Goes the Neighborhood/Open All Night: Angela is the first to meet the new neighbors, particularly a boy named Stuart Wu. He seems cool at first, and Angela arranges for him to meet her friends. As she helps Stu unpack, he reveals himself as prone to being a rude little creep.
After a water main bursts under the Anaconda house, Angela develops a devastatingly awful case of insomnia. Her friends try various schemes to get her some shut-eye, each of which end disastrously.
5. Pranks for the Memories/Space Camp: After one unwarranted punishment from Mrs. Brinks too many, Angela decides to give in and become the troublemaker everyone thinks she is. As master troublemakers, Mark and Derek become Angela’s prank consultants, and the school is turned on its ear. But when Angela wants credit for her crimes, can she get it while skirting away from the inevitable punishment?
At Astronaut Bob’s space camp, everyone has high hopes of becoming a junior astronaut. But since there is only room for one junior astronaut, Astronaut Bob puts the kids through a series of competitions.
Angela and her friends find out that the “funny photos” section of their town paper is not only humorous, but profitable. When their funny faces fail, the four of them orchestrate “accidents” hoping to cash in on the funny photo reward.
7. Nonna's Lib/All My Students: At the library book sale, Nonna Abatti stumbles upon “Cry of the She-Wolf”, a feminist manifesto. A few chapters in, Nonna comes to the conclusion that as a woman, she has been taken advantage of and closes Abatti’s Pizzeria for good.
A jubilee is planned in honor of Mrs. Brinks’ teaching career, and Angela is in charge of finding tribute acts. The problem is that none of her students (current or former) have any fond memories of her teaching. When all hope seems lost, Angela stumbles upon an old yearbook with an inscription of “love always” from Corey Cray, a soap opera idol and former student of Mrs. Brinks.
Angela’s tendency to daydream causes her to get hit with a hockey puck, thus instilling a fear of hockey altogether. To help Angela conquer her fear of ice hockey, her friends decide to each conquer their respective fears.
The Anacondas apply to pose inside a giant glass cabinet at the local museum to show a "modern day family". It seem to go well, until people begin seeing the family's more embarrassing habits.
10. Part Time Jerks/Out on a Limb: After almost stealing burgers from Budgie Burger, Mark and Derek become employed at Budgie Burger to avoid getting criminal records and earn enough wages to pay Kimmy back.
The oldest oak tree in Tapwater Springs is slated to be torn down in favor of a shopping mall at Mr. Manior’s whim. When Angela decides to climb the tree and can’t come down, she finds herself the unwittingly leading a protest movement to save the tree.
11. Enter the Angela/If the Shoe Fits - Angela is sick of Mark and Derek forcing her into smelling their dirty laundry and looks to Coach Rhinehart for some martial arts training. After Angela learns to "flip" people even her friends avoid her in fear, thinking she is a bully.
Angela accidentally steals a pair of "Orange Stompers" from the shoe shop and faces all of the obstacles and consequences to smuggle the stompers back into the shop and retrieve her old shoes.
12. Dr. Ducksworthy/Speak No Evil - Johnny’s ill-fated attempt to save his sock puppet, Sir Ducksworthy lands him in the hospital. Now more than ever, Johnny needs Sir Ducksworthy by his side. Angela tries to make a replacement puppet, which causes bad luck.
To show her solidarity with local broccoli farmers, Josephine has taken a vow of silence to protest the ongoing drought. Sensing that Angela is unable to answer a question in class, Gina blurts out that Angela is also taking a vow of silence. Angela, according to Gina, is ceasing to speak in order to protest poor teacher wages. Not only does keeping quiet become more difficult then it seems, a recent rainstorm releases Josephine from her vows; and she can think of many ways to use her voice that may get Angela talking.
13. The Non-Non Fight/Driving Me Crazy - Geneva gets into a fight with her friend Cokie Fowler. In order to avoid a similar fate, Angela and Gina become closer than ever, a move which if anything strains their friendship. They stop speaking to each other which worsens the situation because they can’t discuss their problems. Will this lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy of resentment between the two girls?
As part of an opening day promotion, a new toy store is raffling off a motorized car to whoever wins. Gina, Johnny and Gordy leave their tickets with Angela, who wins the raffle. The question is, whose ticket won, and by extension, whose car is it anyway?
Much like its spinoff, the KaBlam! incarnation of Angela Anaconda was a slice of life cartoon which followed the exploits of the titular protagonist. In this version however, the animation was considerably cruder and Angela's status as a social outcast was made much clearer to the audience. Both episodes began with Angela performing a brief song before introducing the main characters (which namely centered on her, Nanette Manior and Johnny Abatti).
Chew on This: Thanks to Nanette, Angela is forced to scrape gum during a class picnic. (Originally appeared in Episode 9: “Untitled (Why June Refuses To Turn Page?))”
First Flush of Love: Angela celebrates Valentine’s Day with her boyfriend Johnny Abatti. (Originally appeared in Episode 12: “Comics of Champions”)
Due to copyrights being held with Fox, the episodes featuring her shorts are currently not allowed to air on Nicktoons.