“A Hero for Earth” (9/15/90) – Gaia recruits the Planeteers
and sends them out to stop Hoggish Greedly’s oil rig operation.
“Rain of Terror” (9/22/90) – Ma-Ti deals with self-esteem
issues while the Planeteers try to stop Verminous Skumm from destroying a city
with acid rain.
“Beast of the Temple” (9/29/90) – The Planeteers head to
Thailand to protect the populace from Greedly’s surface mining for rubies.
“Skumm Lord” (10/6/90) – Kwame and Ma-Ti must save the
others after they’re mutated into rat people by Skumm’s disease “rat rot”.
“Deadly Ransom” (10/13/90) – Dr. Blight and Duke Nukem hold
Captain Planet hostage in exchange for a lifetime supply of nuclear waste.
“The Conqueror” (10/20/90) – Only Ma-Ti isn’t swayed when
another Earth spirit attempts to steal the Planeteers away from Gaia with the
promise of utopia.
“Last of Her Kind” (10/27/90) – Looten Plunder threatens to
wipe out Africa’s elephant population in order to make a quick profit in the
“The Dead Seas” (11/3/90) – Greedly not only runs an illegal
drift net fishing operation, but he manages to take the Planeteers’ rings as
“Tree of Life” (11/10/90) – Blight chops down a sacred tree
and uses its power to make herself a match for Captain Planet.
“Volcan’s Wrath” (11/17/90) – Sly Sludge cons people into
thinking he invented a trash-shrinking ray but secretly dumps the trash into a
volcano, causing it to erupt.
“Littlest Planeteer” (11/24/90) – A young boy named Jason
takes a shine to Wheeler and attempts to use his ring against Blight when
Wheeler gets hurt.
“A World Below Us” (1/26/91) – Gi is taken to an underwater
paradise that’s being threatened by Sludge’s illegal toxic dumping.
“Plunder Dam” (2/2/91) – Plunder dams an African river to
set up a hydroelectric power plant, causing damage to the ecosystem the river
“Meltdown Syndrome” (2/9/91) – Nukem invades a nuclear power
plant and ends up triggering a meltdown.
“Smog Hog” (2/16/91) – Greedly ends up going to the
Planeteers for help when his son falls victim to the pollution the car he
designed spews out.
“Polluting by Computer” (2/23/91) – Blight, MAL and Sludge
hack into the government’s computers to turn national parks into toxic waste
dumps and the Planeteers into criminals.
“Don’t Drink the Water” (3/2/91) – Plunder, Blight, Skumm
and Greedly pollute a city’s water supply so they can sell them clean water at
“Kwame’s Crisis” (3/9/91) – When a town doesn’t seem to care
about Sludge’s polluting it, Kwame feels discouraged enough to quit the
“Ozone Hole” (4/13/91) – The Planeteers must protect the
planet from radiation when Nukem punches a hole in the ozone layer in
“The Ultimate Pollution” (4/20/91) – Plunder instigates a
ware between two villages in order to sell both sides weapons.
“Population Bomb” (4/27/91) – Windsurfing in a storm lands
Wheeler on an island where a miniature city of humanoid mice plagued with
overpopulation plans to invade Hope Island.
“Mission to Save Earth, Part One” (5/4/91) – The
Eco-Villains band together and make duplicates of the Planeteers’ rings,
summoning their own champion: Captain Pollution.
“Mission to Save Earth, Part Two” (5/11/91) – The Planeteers
recruit Commander Clash to help them retrieve their rings and defeat Captain
“Two Futures, Part One” (5/18/91) – Feeling unworthy to be a
Planeteer, Wheeler accepts Blight’s offer to go back in time and stop himself
from accepting his ring.
“Two Futures, Part Two” (5/25/91) – Without Wheeler there
were no Planeteers to save the planet from Greedly’s going back in time to take
advantage of lax environmental standards.
“Heat Wave” (6/1/91) – Blight encases Hope Island and subjects
it to a rapid greenhouse effect.
“Mind Pollution” (9/14/91) – Linka’s cousin Boris has become
addicted to Skumm’s new designer drug, Bliss.
“The Garbage Strikes” (9/21/91) – Sludge steals an untested
microbe to take advantage of a trash strike, but instead of eliminating the
trash it turns it into a garbage monster.
“Domes of Doom” (9/28/91) – Plunder convinces the world into
signing over all of the forests to him, which he then promptly domes off to
sell their clean air at massive prices.
“Send in the Clones” (10/5/91) – Looking for cheap labor,
Plunder and Blight use a cloning ray on a boy which ends up going out of
control as he duplicates every time he eats.
“The Predator” (10/12/91) – Shark panic grips the Florida
Keys and Argos Bleak is hired to deal with the “problem”.
“The Ark” (10/19/91) – The Planeteers are taken by an alien
zookeeper who believes that humans are an endangered species about to lose
“Isle of Solar Energy” (10/26/91) – A scientist who has
perfected devices for using solar power is having his work coopted by Nukem to
produce a radioactive weapon.
“The Coral Killer” (11/2/91) – Greedly tricks a Filipino
fisherman into dynamite fishing so that he can harvest the coral it ends up
“The Big Clam Up” (11/9/91) – Ma-Ti’s new love of detective
novels comes in handy when the Planeteers investigate the mystery of San
Franciscans getting symptoms of pollution poisoning.
“An Inside Job” (11/16/91) – Blight shrinks the Eco-sub with
Sludge on board and drops them into polluted water, which a still full-sized
Kwame unknowingly drinks.
“The Fine Print” (11/23/91) – Plunder exploits a man’s
illiteracy by having him spray pesticides, not knowing it warns that too much
could prove lethal to a nearby town.
“Off Road Hog” (11/30/91) – Greedly holds off-road races
through the desert, causing damage to its delicate ecosystem in the process.
“Trouble on the Half Shell” (12/7/91) – The Planeteers must
protect tortoise eggs on the Galapagos Islands from the stranded and hungry
Greedly and Skumm.
“Stardust” (1/18/92) – Gi and Linka learn their favorite
rock singer has been bankrolling Greedly’s latest surface mining operation.
“The Blue Car Line” (1/25/92) – Plunder makes the Australian
transit line seem haunted, causing people to drive more and take advantage of
his auto-related businesses.
“Birds of a Feather” (2/1/92) – Linka and Ma-Ti stumble upon
Greedly’s exotic bird smuggling operation in Central America.
“Summit to Save Earth, Part One” (2/8/92) – Zarm turns the
world’s leaders off of their ecology plans, unites the Eco-Villains, tricks the
Planeteers into giving up their rings, and turns Gaia human.
“Summit to Save Earth, Part Two” (2/15/92) – The Planeteers
and Commander Clash must defeat Zarm before Gaia ages into dust.
“Losing Game” (2/22/92) – Blight runs experiments in Africa
that turns ordinary cattle into “raging bulls” that threaten to destroy the
“A Twist of Fate” (2/29/92) – A blow to the head leaves
Wheeler separated from the team and suffering from amnesia among the homeless.
“The Great Tree Heist” (3/7/92) – Greedly is “sucking up”
500-year-old trees to turn them into pressed board furniture.
“Scorched Earth” (3/14/92) – Zarm takes over the body of a
national dictator and issues a “Scorched Earth” policy against environmental
activists preventing beach and forest development.
“The Hate Canal” (3/21/92) – Skumm uses tainted cheese to
infect Venetian canal rats with a disease they quickly spread through the city.
“Radiant Amazon” (3/28/92) – Ma-Ti seeks revenge on Sludge
and Nukem for destroying his village.
“Fare Thee Whale” (4/4/92) – The Planeteers work to keep
Blight and Plunder from using a legal loophole to hunt whales.
“Utopia” (4/11/92) – Kwame finds himself in a gang-dominated
world run by Skumm and Blight with no allies except those found in the last
surviving unpolluted refuge in the world.
“Greenhouse Planet” (9/12/92) – The Planeteers try to talk
the President out of using Blight’s rocket fuel, resulting in him, Kwame and
Ma-Ti being stranded on Venus.
“A Creep From the Deep” (9/19/92) – Sludge killing off a
giant squid’s fuel supply causes it to attack a small fishing town.
“The Deadly Glow” (9/26/92) – The Planeteers must stop Nukem
from stealing radioactive minerals and to save a town from radiation exposure.
“A Perfect World” (10/3/92) – The Planeteers help restore a
simulation of a perfect world after it’s infected by Blight and MAL.
“The Dream Machine” (10/10/92) – Zarm drives a town to greed
by “granting” their wishes, blinding them to the fact it costs them their own
“Bitter Waters” (10/17/92) – Sky Runner asks the Planeteers
to help retrieve his people’s land after Plunder tricks them into selling it to
“The Guinea Pigs” (10/24/92) – The Planeteer must stop
Blight from stealing animals from the shelter for her experiments.
“OK at the Gunfight Corral” (10/31/92) – Greedly, Rigger and
Sludge go back in time to create the biggest trash crisis ever.
“Canned Hunt” (11/7/92) – The Planeteers expose a great
hunter who uses tamed animals for his expeditions.
“Hog Tied” (11/14/92) – Gaia tells the Planeteers about
their 1940s counterparts and their efforts to stop Greedly’s grandfather.
“A Formula for Hate” (11/21/92) – When a high schooler
contracts HIV/AIDS, Skumm spread rumors about it to his classmates in order to
turn them against him and spread the disease further.
“If It’s Doomsday, This Must Be Belfast” (11/28/92) – The
Planeteers split up to stop different conflicts around the world before they
lead to the detonation of nuclear bombs.
“The Night of the Wolf” (12/5/92) – The Planeteers
investigate alleged wolf attacks on a ranch.
“A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste, Part 1” (9/11/93) –
Toxic waste dumped by Sludge revives Captain Pollution.
“A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste, Part 2” (9/18/93) –
Sludge and Plunder join Captain Pollution in the fight against the Planeteers.
“I Just Want to Be Your Teddy Bear” (9/25/93) – Greedly
poaches black bears in Louisiana during Mardi Gras.
“Missing Linka” (10/2/93) – Linka returns home to care for
her ailing grandmother and discovers that half of the town has the same
“The Unbearable Brightness of Being” (10/9/93) – Blight
switches body with Gaia, leaving Gaia scrambling to prove to the Planeteers she
is who she says.
“Wheeler’s Ark” (10/16/93) – Returning endangered species to
their homes proves challenging as the Eco-Villains destroy them faster than the
Planeteers can return them.
“Sea No Evil” (10/23/93) – Gi learns that Greedly has been
using dolphins to recover toxic waste from a Nazi shipwreck.
“Future Shock” (10/30/93) – Zarm recruits Eco-Villains from
the future to ensure that their polluted timeline comes to be.
“I’ve Lost My Mayan” (11/6/93) – Studying ancient Mayan
civilization leads Ma-Ti to fall through time to the period and is imprisoned
after being mistaken for the son of a rebel.
“Talkin’ Trash” (11/13/93) – While visiting his ailing
father, Wheeler discovers his old girlfriend is now heading up a gang with
connections to Skumm.
“The Energy Vampire” (11/20/93) – Blight turns Nukem into an
energy vampire where the only think that can slake his hunger is an
environmentally devastating power station.
“Bottom Line Green” (11/27/93) – The Planeteers investigate
sabotage at a factory that’s attempting to go green.
“Gorillas Will Be Missed” (2/4/94) – A boy from a future
without gorillas gets sucked into the past while experiencing a VR game about
the Planeteers and the endangered gorilla.
“Bug Off” (2/18/94) – Skumm creates an army of weevils
resistant to pesticides.
“You Bet Your Planet” (2/25/94) – Aliens pit the Planeteers
and Eco-Villains against each other in an intergalactic game show where Captain
Planet is the prize.
“Going Bats, Man” (3/5/94) – The Planeteers investigate a
movie producer when local bats are accused of terrorizing people.
“Jail House Flock” (3/26/94) – The Planeteers end up in
trouble with the law when they try to stop Greedly from legally draining a
swamp that houses an endangered bird.
“High Steaks” (4/2/94) – Plunder tries to ruin an
environmentally-sustainable ranching operation.
“Planeteers Under Glass” (4/23/94) – The Planeteers end up
trapped in Blight’s computer simulation where the effects of pollution are
“Orangu-Tangle” (4/30/94) – The Planeteers go up against a
mother/son poaching team who are stealing away baby orangutans.
“No Horsing Around” (5/7/94) – Greedly wrangles wild horses
on protected land to sell for slaughter.
“’Teers in the ‘Hood” (5/14/94) – The Planeteers attempt to
stop the violence between rival gangs.
“Twilight Ozone” (9/10/94) – Nukem is behind animals
mysteriously going blind.
“Hollywaste” (9/17/94) – Blight takes her do-good sister’s
place in an environmentally friendly movie so that she can ruin it.
“The Ghost of Porkaloin Past” (9/24/94) – Greedly inherits
his grandfather’s estate and turns his hotel into a wasteful desert golf
“The Disoriented Express” (10/1/94) – Blight kidnaps a
philanthropist to stop her from starting a smog-reducing railway system in
overcrowded Latin America cities.
“Horns A’ Plenty” (11/5/94) – Plunder teams-up with the
Slaughters to keep the Planeteers out of their rhinoceros horn poaching
“A River Ran Through It” (11/12/94) – Greedly starts a
dispute between loggers and fishermen of a town.
“No Place Like Home” (11/19/24) – Blight manages to turn
Gaia mortal, and if she isn’t returned to Hope Island by sunset the planet will
“Little Crop of Horrors” (11/26/94) – Blight alters an
erosion-controlling vine with a stolen growth enhancement ray, which leads to
it mutating into a plant monster.
“In Zarm’s Way” (2/4/95) – Zarm pits two children against
each other in a simulation for a bet with Gi over hate being learned, not a
“No Small problem” (2/11/95) – Sludge shrinks the Planeteers
and leaves them in a dump.
“Numbers Game” (2/18/95) – Wheeler dozes off while in the
tunnel of love with Linka, leading to a dream where he’s a family man and Hope
Island is destroyed by overconsumption.
“Nothing’s Sacred” (2/25/95) – Ma-Ti is enraged by Skumm’s
theft of a sacred artifact.
“Who’s Running the Show?” (5/13/95) – The Eco-Villains
hijack a television station in order to spread their message of pollution and
“An Eye for an Eye” (9/9/95 UK) – Greedly decides to wipe
out river dolphins to protect his fishing operation.
“Whoo Gives a Hoot” (9/23/95 UK) – The Planeteers must prove
to a judge that Plunder is clearcutting an old-growth forest.
“Frog Day Afternoon” (10/7/95 UK) – Blight steals frogs from
their habitat to use their DNA to restore her flawless skin.
“Five Ring Panda-Monium” (11/4/95 UK) – The Planeteers go
undercover in a circus to rescue animals abducted by the Slaughters.
“A Good Bomb Is Hard to Find” (11/11/95 UK) – Blight’s
future self comes back to warn that the future is peace-loving, so they decide
to restart the Cold War by stealing plutonium.
“Dirty Politics” (11/18/95 UK) – Blight’s future daughter
comes to the past to help the Planeteers prevent her mother from winning the US
“Old Ma River” (11/25/95 UK) – Wheeler investigates what
caused everyone else to become sick in an Indian town.
“One of the Gang” (1/27/96 UK) – Ma-Ti visits the poor
community of a town and becomes involved in their troubles.
“Twelve Angry Animals” (2/3/96 UK) – A group of animals
rescue the Planeteers from a blizzard, only to put them on trial for the crimes
“Never the Twain Shall Meet” (2/10/96 UK) – While in
Mississippi, Ma-Ti and Wheeler dream of experiencing the river like in the
works of Mark Twain.
“Delta Gone” (2/17/96 UK) – The Eco-cruiser is shot down
while investigating a mysterious dam that turned the Okavanga Delta into a
“Greed is the Word” (2/24/96 UK) – TV stars help the
Planeteers stop a destructive speedboat race running through the Florida
“101 Mutations” (5/11/96 UK) – Blight runs a puppy mill that
deals in dogs with birth defects.