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The Travis Guy Show is a American animated television series created by CJ2011 for the American Broadcasting Company. It first premiered on November 10, 1991 as a sneak peak. The series officially premiered on December 8, 1991. The series is about a stick figure thing named Travis Guy, going on misadventures with his friends Dean, Travis Girl, and Keithy Guy. and destroying Troy the BlueMan's plans.

The show was first conceived by CJ2011 while he was serving his term at the Valencia, California based animation institute CalArts in late 1989. In early 1990, James created a test pilot for the show called "Travis Goes to the Playground" and pitched this to ABC.

James was later notified by the ABC staff that the episodes were already a huge success and the series, then still in its early form, had attracted a significantly large cult following by September of 1990. This meant that ABC could give James and his production company CJ2011 Pictures, got permission to start working on a full length series based on the episodes to be added to ABC's programming lineup. The series was originally set to premiere in March of 1991 on ABC with the original series pilot episode titled "Travis Goes to the Playground". But even after ABC executives previewed the episode with James watching in the foreground of the office, the executives said they wanted a different episode showing "how and why they even got to the playground in the first place" in order to make for better continuity. This meant that the original pilot episode had to be shelved from the network (until it was featured on the season 1 DVD in 2003). Nonetheless, James took ABC's advice and produced the new pilot episode, titled "Travis Reveals a Secret", which later premiered on ABC on Sunday, November 10, 1991.

As of May 28, 2012, 283 episodes of The Travis Guy Show have been broadcast.

Series overview Edit

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 18 November 10, 1991 July 26, 1992
2 September 27, 1992 May 30, 1993
3 13 October 24, 1993 June 19, 1994
4 October 30, 1994 June 25, 1995
5 November 26, 1995 May 12, 1996
6 November 17, 1996 June 8, 1997
7 September 28, 1997 May 17, 1998
8 September 27, 1998 May 23, 1999
9 September 26, 1999 May 28, 2000
10 October 15, 2000 June 10, 2001
11 September 23, 2001 May 26, 2002
The Travis Guy Movie: The Longest Adventure July 27, 2002
12 13 September 29, 2002 May 25, 2003
13 September 28, 2003 May 23, 2004
14 September 26, 2004 May 29, 2005
15 September 18, 2005 May 28, 2006
16 September 24, 2006 May 27, 2007
17 September 23, 2007 May 25, 2008
18 September 21, 2008 May 24, 2009
19 September 27, 2009 May 23, 2010
20 September 26, 2010 May 29, 2011
21 September 25, 2011 May 28, 2012
The Travis Guy Movie 2: Across the 2nd Dimension August 16, 2014

EpisodesEdit

Unaired pilot (1990) Edit

No.
overall
Title Original air date
Pilot "Travis Goes to the Playground" January 1, 1990 (unaired)

Season 1 (1991–92) Edit

Main article(s): Season 1
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date Prod.
code
1 1 "Travis Reveals a Secret" November 10, 1991 1TGS01
2 2 "Dean the Cool Kid" December 8, 1991 1TGS09
3 3 "The Travismas Special" December 15, 1991 1TGS07
4 4 "Dances, Pantses and Chances" January 5, 1992 1TGS11
5 5 "Explanations, Explanations, Explanations" January 12, 1992 1TGS04
6 6 "Sleepwalking" January 19, 1992 1TGS13
7 7 "Showdown Hoedown Throwdown" January 26, 1992 1TGS05
8 8 "Skating on Thin Ice" February 9, 1992 1TGS12
9 9 "Snowman Shenanigans" February 16, 1992 1TGS02
10 10 "Break Time? No!" February 23, 1992 1TGS08
11 11 "Blocked and Socked" March 15, 1992 1TGS06
12 12 "The Flammable Taste Test" March 22, 1992 1TGS10
13 13 "Bad Fair, Gone Tomorrow" March 29, 1992 1TGS03
14 14 "Press Any Key to Continue" April 5, 1992 1TGS15
15 15 "The Hidden Box" April 12, 1992 1TGS18
16 16 "Who's Smarter?" April 19, 1992 1TGS16
17 17 "Two Plus Two Equals... What?" April 26, 1992 1TGS17
18 18 "Special Jury Prize" July 26, 1992 1TGS14

Season 2 (1992–93) Edit

Main article(s): Season 2
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date Prod.
code
19 1 "Travis Girl's Super Crazy Fun Ride Bash" September 27, 1992 2TGS14
20 2 "Snow Cones for Sale" October 4, 1992 2TGS06
21 3 "The New Invention" October 11, 1992 2TGS11
22 4 "Catch Me If You Can" October 18, 1992 2TGS08
23 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater I" October 25, 1992 2TGS16
24 6 "Keithy Turns the Cafe into a Haunted House" November 1, 1992 2TGS01
25 7 "The Greatest Thing Ever" November 8, 1992 2TGS18
26 8 "Say Something in Backwards" November 15, 1992 2TGS04
27 9 "The Inside and Outside" November 22, 1992 2TGS15
28 10 "Paintball Madness!" November 29, 1992 2TGS12
29 11 "Autumn of 600" March 14, 1993 2TGS03
30 12 "Read 'Em and Keep" March 21, 1993 2TGS17
31 13 "The Universe Decoder" March 28, 1993 2TGS07
32 14 "A Stupid Fruitcake" May 2, 1993 2TGS10
33 15 "Video Game Shopping" May 9, 1993 2TGS13
34 16 "An Overdose of Comic Relief" May 16, 1993 2TGS02
35 17 "Hey Travis, You've Got a Movie!" May 23, 1993 2TGS09
36 18 "A Vacation in Outset Island" May 30, 1993 2TGS05

Season 3 (1993–94) Edit

Main article(s): Season 3
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
37 1 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater II" October 24, 1993 3TGS08 8.5
38 2 "Friday the 13th: The Death of Dean?" November 7, 1993 3TGS11 9.1
39 3 "Who Shot Troy the BlueMan?: Part 1" November 14, 1993 3TGS05 10.9
40 4 "Who Shot Troy the BlueMan?: Part 2" November 21, 1993 3TGS13 13.8
41 5 "Who Shot Troy the BlueMan?: Part 3" November 28, 1993 3TGS02 12.3
42 6 "The Following Episode is Recorded by Travis Guy" December 5, 1993 3TGS09 12.4
43 7 "Travis Guy Creates A Video Game" December 12, 1993 3TGS04 12.1
44 8 "Something Big is Happening" December 19, 1993 3TGS12 12.9
45 9 "Planet Christmas" December 26, 1993 3TGS07 12.2
46 10 "Cash for Steel" March 27, 1994 3TGS03 13.3
47 11 "Troy's Redemptenies and Denieties" June 5, 1994 3TGS10 14.2
48 12 "Who's Gonna Stop Me?" June 12, 1994 3TGS06 14.4
49 13 "We'll Rule The World!" June 19, 1994 3TGS01 16.4

Season 4 (1994–95) Edit

Main article(s): Season 4
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
50 1 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater III" October 30, 1994 4TGS13 10.95
51 2 "The Day We Started" November 6, 1994 4TGS04 14.3
52 3 "Collinger School for the Reality Challenged" November 13, 1994 4TGS10 14.1
53 4 "Half Of My Energy Wasted On Random Knowledge" November 20, 1994 4TGS08 14.22
54 5 "Electric House" November 27, 1994 4TGS01 18.93
55 6 "Another Christmas Special" December 11, 1994 4TGS12 10.06
56 7 "It's Not Even Real and Never Will" January 29, 1995 4TGS06 19.12
57 8 "Borders and Hoarders" February 5, 1995 4TGS03 19.64
58 9 "What Makes The World Go Backwards?" February 12, 1995 4TGS11 19.34
59 10 "A Brief History of Psychotics" February 19, 1995 4TGS07 18.28
60 11 "One Thrilling Bite" February 26, 1995 4TGS02 19.3
61 12 "Should I Not Go, Really Now?" June 18, 1995 4TGS09 13.92
62 13 "My Shadow of Randomness" June 25, 1995 4TGS05 13.82

Season 5 (1995–96) Edit

Main article(s): Season 5
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
63 1 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater IV" November 26, 1995 5TGS07 9.84
64 2 "To Leave, or Not to Leave" January 14, 1996 5TGS02 7.62
65 3 "Blind, Blind, Blind Date" January 21, 1996 5TGS09 10.12
66 4 "For Your Eyes Only" January 28, 1996 5TGS11 10.46
67 5 "Rock Feud" February 4, 1996 5TGS05 8.91
68 6 "Revenge Served Hot" February 11, 1996 5TGS13 8.43
69 7 "The Greatest Thing Ever" February 18, 1996 5TGS01 9.68
70 8 "Snowboarding" February 25, 1996 5TGS12 9.3
71 9 "Fight for Power" March 17, 1996 5TGS06 11.8
72 10 "Smashing Pumpkins: Literally" March 24, 1996 5TGS04 10.3
73 11 "The Missing Mascot" April 7, 1996 5TGS10 9.0
74 12 "Something You Can Do With...." May 5, 1996 5TGS08 9.4
75 13 "The Dysfunction" May 12, 1996 5TGS03 9.7

Season 6 (1996–97) Edit

Main article(s): Season 6
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
76 1 "99.5% Crazy" November 17, 1996 9.01
77 2 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater V" November 24, 1996 9.5
78 3 "Rise of the Ridiculousness" December 1, 1996 10.31
79 4 "Homecoming" December 8, 1996 10.13
80 5 "Don't Break the Ice!" December 15, 1996 10.42
81 6 "How The Nonsense Society Was Created" December 22, 1996 10.91
82 7 "Ho, Ho, Go!" December 29, 1996 9.3
83 8 "Caress of Steal" January 12, 1997 8.6
84 9 "Quest for Nothing" January 19, 1997 8.8
85 10 "The Dark Night" January 26, 1997 9.1
86 11 "Stuff Gone Wrong" April 13, 1997 9.44
87 12 "The Law" April 27, 1997 8.7
88 13 "Particle City" June 8, 1997 9.12

Season 7 (1997–98) Edit

Main article(s): Season 7
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
89 1 "The Really Odd Science Project" September 28, 1997 9.6
90 2 "The Price of Fame" October 5, 1997 9.1
91 3 "Gold Love" October 12, 1997 8.4
92 4 "Don't Ask Him for Surgery" October 19, 1997 8.1
93 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater VI" October 26, 1997 7.6
94 6 "Accidents Can Happen" November 16, 1997 7.9
95 7 "Festival Problems" November 23, 1997 7.5
96 8 "Read 'Em and Keep" November 30, 1997 8.0
97 9 "It's Christmas Time Again!" December 21, 1997 7.9
98 10 "Dean's Rock Collection" January 25, 1998 8.6
99 11 "Making a Maker" May 3, 1998 7.2
100 12 "The Travis Guy 100th Episode Spectacular!" May 10, 1998 6.8
101 13 "Vase Breaker" May 17, 1998 6.4

Season 8 (1998–99) Edit

Main article(s): Season 8
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
102 1 "Bee-Doo Yourself" September 27, 1998 7.01
103 2 "Second Persecond" October 3, 1998 6.54
104 3 "Enemy at the Door" October 10, 1998 6.97
105 4 "Keithy Guy's Super Crazy Fun Ride BashOctober 17, 1998 6.33
106 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater VII" October 24, 1998 6.75
107 6 "Club Travis" November 8, 1998 5.92
108 7 "Car Racing" November 15, 1998 5.61
109 8 "Your Worst Nightmare" November 22, 1998 6.17
110 9 "Yet, Another Christmas" December 27, 1998 6.38
111 10 "Put Video 2 On" May 2, 1999 6.04
112 11 "The New Console" May 9, 1999 6.82
113 12 "Forever After" May 16, 1999 6.21
114 13 "Travis Girl's Big Adventure" May 23, 1999 7.30

Season 9 (1999–2000) Edit

Main article(s): Season 9
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
115 1 "The Baking Sale Apocalypse" September 26, 1999 6.13
116 2 "Press Start" October 24, 1999 9.21
117 3 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater VIII" October 31, 1999 9.64
118 4 "Dean's Addiction" November 7, 1999 8.02
119 5 "Battle of the Geeks" November 14, 1999 8.5
120 6 "Ice Insanity" November 21, 1999 8.21
121 7 "Last Bus to Nowheresville" November 28, 1999 7.6
122 8 "Mall Problems" January 16, 2000 5.8
123 9 "Trapped on a Boat" January 23, 2000 5.7
124 10 "Drum of Gum" January 30, 2000 5.13
125 11 "Welcome to the Green Zone" April 14, 2000 4.92
126 12 "Flippin' Pizza" April 21, 2000 4.56
127 13 "TG-129: The Future Is Near" May 28, 2000 4.89

Season 10 (2000–01) Edit

Main article(s): Season 10
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
128 1 "Where the Moon Don't Shine" October 15, 2000 7.81
129 2 "Hopeless" October 22, 2000 6.99
130 3 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater IX" October 29, 2000 8.3
131 4 "B-Day" November 5, 2000 7.65
132 5 "3D Universe" November 12, 2000 9.3
133 6 "Gone with the Pins" November 19, 2000 9.0
134 7 "One Fish, Two Fish, Dead Fish, Blue Fish" November 26, 2000 10.2
135 8 "Go Figure" December 3, 2000 8.61
136 9 "Many Dangerous Ways" January 7, 2001 9.5
137 10 "Troy Becomes the King" January 14, 2001 9.13
138 11 "Meet TreeTwigs!" January 21, 2001 8.9
139 12 "Gateway to the God of Goodness" January 28, 2001 9.4
140 13 "Happily Never After" June 10, 2001 10.0

Season 11 (2001–02) Edit

Main article(s): Season 11
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
141 1 "My Life Keeps Changing" September 23, 2001 6.3
142 2 "Studio Tour" September 30, 2001 7.2
143 3 "Don't Do That" October 7, 2001 7.0
144 4 "Deep Into the World" October 14, 2001 6.13
145 5 "Sarcastic Dude" October 21, 2001 6.1
146 6 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater X" October 28, 2001 5.7
147
148
7
8
"10 Years of Travis Guy!"
"The Ultimate Episode"
November 18, 2001 7.48
149 9 "Midnight Party" January 13, 2002 8.0
150 10 "Upwards to Backwards" January 27, 2002 9.6
151 11 "Travis Guy: The Video Game" March 24, 2002 9.0
152 12 "Phone Home Girl" May 19, 2002 8.7
153 13 "The Greatest Episode Ever Told"[1] May 26, 2002 9.5

The Travis Guy Movie: The Longest Adventure (2002) Edit

Title Original release date International release date
The Travis Guy Movie: The Longest Adventure July 27, 2002 June 21, 2002
Travis Guy, Travis Girl, Dean, and Keithy Guy finds the 3 missing starlights that were scattered across the city of Valencia, California. They later find a girl starlight named Jamie, that was mistreated by her relatives. So the gang decides to take her to the city. They find the 2 dead starlights that were killed by Troy after breaking his machine guns. Then, Jamie and Travis Guy starts a friendship, which would later become a relationship.

Season 12 (2002–03) Edit

Main article(s): Season 12
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
154 1 "Watching the Pilot Episode" September 29, 2002 7.6
155 2 "Hoax, Lies, and Videotape" October 6, 2002 8.9
156 3 "Boy, You Made to The Wrong Place" October 13, 2002 8.12
157 4 "The Travis Guy Clip Show Episode" October 20, 2002 8.44
158 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XI" October 27, 2002 7.23
159 6 "I'm Breakin' It, Breakin' It, Breakin' It" November 10, 2002 7.98
160 7 "The Grass is Always Travis-er" November 17, 2002 7.56
161 8 "Look, A Real Catfish!" November 24, 2002 6.57
162 9 "Too Good to Be False" January 13, 2003 8.40
163 10 "Time-Travelling Gamers" January 27, 2003 8.11
164 11 "What Happens If Keithy Leaves Forever?" April 7, 2003 8.7
165 12 "Don't Thank Some Idiot on This Day" April 14, 2003 8.6
166 13 "It Ends Here" May 25, 2003 9.4

Season 13 (2003–04) Edit

Main article(s): Season 13
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
167 1 "Jefu! Nihon o Ikimasu! (Going to Tokyo)" September 28, 2003 8.7
168 2 "Deep Into the World" October 5, 2003 7.6
169 3 "The Determinator" October 12, 2003 7.2
170 4 "L.A.U.N.C.H.E.R." October 19, 2003 7.8
171 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XII" October 26, 2003 8.0
172 6 "Get the Money and Bring It Back" November 9, 2003 8.3
173 7 "My Secret Life" November 16, 2003 8.11
174
175
8
9
"Keithy Guy's Big Score!" (1 hour special) January 18, 2004 8.2
176 10 "Another Travis Guy Clip Show Episode" March 21, 2004 8.9
177 11 "Skydiving" May 16, 2004 9.0
178
179
12
13
"T.V." (1 hour special) May 23, 2004 8.6

Season 14 (2004–05) Edit

Main article(s): Season 14
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
180 1 "A Real Crisis That Will (Possibly) Happen" September 26, 2004 6.40
181 2 "Jamie's Wish Upon a Star" October 3, 2004 6.3
182 3 "TG-129: The Future Is Coming" October 10, 2004 6.9
183 4 "One Salt Move" October 17, 2004 7.1
184 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XIII" October 24, 2004 7.4
185 6 "Bird Problems" November 7, 2004 7.0
186 7 "Penny Given Sunday" November 14, 2004 7.8
187 8 "Tales from the Script" November 21, 2004 8.1
188 9 "I Met a Beautiful (and the Sexiest) Girl on Christmas" November 28, 2004 8.0
189 10 "Don't Close Your Eyes" February 13, 2005 7.6
190 11 "The Best Thing I've Ever Seen" February 27, 2005 7.9
191 12 "It's a Sad, Sad, Sad, Sad World" May 22, 2005 6.04
192 13 "A Zero of Our Time" May 29, 2005 6.0

Season 15 (2005–06) Edit

Main article(s): Season 15
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
193 1 "Be Careful What You Pitch For" September 18, 2005 7.4
194 2 "Keithy and the Goth Vampire" September 25, 2005 6.8
195 3 "Dude, Who Messed Up My Cartoon?" October 2, 2005 6.3
196 4 "Operation: T.R.A.V.I.S.G.U.Y." October 9, 2005 7.0
197 5 "Permanent Silence" October 16, 2005 7.5
198 6 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XIV" October 23, 2005 7.3
199 7 "One Crazy Bummer" November 6, 2005 8.4
200 8 "Dial 'K' for Keithy" November 13, 2005 8.0
201 9 "Box of Cards" November 27, 2005 8.2
202 10 "The Missing Point" January 22, 2006 7.9
203 11 "Sick, Sick, Sick" January 29, 2006 6.7
204 12 "Boys Gotta Have Fun" May 21, 2006 7.1
205 13 "Vote for Travis Guy" May 28, 2006 7.35

Season 16 (2006–07) Edit

Main article(s): Season 16
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
206 1 "Day After Pie" September 24, 2006 6.42
207 2 "The Return of You-Know-Who" October 1, 2006 6.07
208 3 "Weekend at Keithy's" October 8, 2006 6.7
209 4 "On the Weights of Famous Men" October 15, 2006 5.9
210 5 "The Pound of Music" October 22, 2006 6.8
211 6 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XV" October 29, 2006 6.3
212 7 "Penny Thousand Leagues" November 12, 2006 7.14
213 8 "Rough Thanksgiving" November 19, 2006 7.42
214 9 "The Keithy Guy Paradox" November 26, 2006 7.68
215 10 "Love is a Penny Splendored Thing" February 17, 2007 7.3
216 11 "Travis Girl's New House" February 24, 2007 6.9
217 12 "Bar Wars" May 13, 2007 7.21
218 13 "Too Young to Buy" May 27, 2007 7.83

Season 17 (2007–08) Edit

Main article(s): Season 17
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
219 1 "Ka-Boom!" September 23, 2007 7.34
220 2 "Travis Guy the Almighty Moneymaker" September 30, 2007 7.25
221 3 "Love at Worst Sight" October 7, 2007 7.9
222 4 "I've Got One Surprise for You" October 14, 2007 7.3
223 5 "Four Leaf Keithy" October 21, 2007 8.04
224 6 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XVI" October 28, 2007 8.2
225 7 "Take My Knife, Please" November 4, 2007 7.4
226 8 "Cherry Bombs" November 18, 2007 7.7
227 9 "The Review Show Protest" November 25, 2007 7.6
228 10 "It's Another Sad, Sad, Sad, Sad World" January 13, 2008 7.89
229 11 "Operation: K.E.I.T.H.Y.G.U.Y." May 4, 2008 8.30
230 12 "Go Duck Yourself" May 18, 2008 8.23
231 13 "The E-Phone" May 25, 2008 7.8

Season 18 (2008–09) Edit

Main article(s): Season 18
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
232 1 "Operation: D.E.A.N." September 21, 2008 6.3
233 2 "Who's the Fool Here?" September 28, 2008 5.8
234 3 "Rude, Crude, and Tattooed" October 5, 2008 5.12
235 4 "Travis-Keithy-Dean Supreme!" October 12, 2008 5.03
236 5 "Opening Weekend" October 19, 2008 5.19
237 6 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XVII" October 26, 2008 5.0
238 7 "The Fiasco" November 9, 2008 5.32
239 8 "Free Strikers" November 16, 2008 5.64
240 9 "Welcome to My World" November 23, 2008 5.40
241 10 "Alarm Clock Antics" January 11, 2009 5.28
242 11 "Hi There, Old Friend" January 18, 2009 6.1
243 12 "Time Freezer" January 25, 2009 6.7
244 13 "Can You Spare Two Dimes?" May 24, 2009 6.28

Season 19 (2009–10) Edit

Main article(s): Season 19
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
245 1 "Keithy Guy Should Never Be Popular on the Internet" September 27, 2009 4.9
246 2 "No Time, No Jackpot!" October 4, 2009 5.6
247 3 "Going to the Movies" October 11, 2009 5.3
248 4 "The Great War Against Troy That Isn't" October 18, 2009 5.8
249 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XVIII" October 25, 2009 6.1
250 6 "Alien Battle" November 1, 2009 5.2
251 7 "Things Gone Wrong" November 8, 2009 5.9
252 8 "An Epic Battle of All Battles in Existence" November 15, 2009 5.4
253 9 "Valentine's Day" February 14, 2010 6.3
254 10 "What a Stupid Way to Start Off Your Episode" February 21, 2010 6.7
255 11 "The Dark Legend" February 28, 2010 6.3
256 12 "Peashooted, Pieshooted" May 16, 2010 6.9
257 13 "First Base" May 23, 2010 7.2

Season 20 (2010–11) Edit

Main article(s): Season 20

This is the first season of The Travis Guy Show to be broadcast in High Definition.

No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
258 1 "Keithy Guy's Best Rainy Day Adventure Ever" September 26, 2010 5.3
259 2 "Travis Uses Windows 7" October 3, 2010 6.0
260 3 "One Cafe Gone Wrong" October 10, 2010 5.7
261 4 "Fish Out of Water" October 17, 2010 4.9
262 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XIX" October 24, 2010 5.2
263 6 "Outbreak" November 14, 2010 4.7
264 7 "A Pushing Off To The Lasers" November 21, 2010 5.3
265 8 "The Final Chapter" November 28, 2010 5.6
266 9 "Pixel'd" March 6, 2011 5.1
267 10 "The Transformation" March 13, 2011 5.8
268 11 "Mega Market" March 27, 2011 5.7
269 12 "The Thief Uncovered" May 22, 2011 5.3
270 13 "Break a Bit" May 29, 2011 5.0

Season 21 (2011–12) Edit

Main article(s): Season 21
No.
overall
No. in season Title Original air date U.S. viewers
(millions)
271 1 "Insert Some Lame Title Pun Here" September 25, 2011 4.18
272 2 "Dinner is Reserved" October 2, 2011 3.56
273 3 "Keithy Whatishisname" October 9, 2011 3.89
274 4 "Back in Time" October 16, 2011 3.26
275 5 "Travis Guy's Madness Picture Theater XX" October 23, 2011 4.12
276 6 "I Can't Find the Way Ou-! Oh, Wait, I Did..." November 6, 2011 3.92
277 7 "Wrath of the Creatures" November 13, 2011 3.25
278 8 "Mr. Talkstoomuch" November 27, 2011 3.44
279 9 "Get Spray'd on Yourself" January 15, 2012 4.01
280 10 "Lights, Camera, Action, Keithy!" January 22, 2012 4.07
281 11 "TravisTube" January 29, 2012 3.86
282 12 "Be Careful What You Pitch For" May 21, 2012 3.62
283 13 "The Epic Battle Begins" May 28, 2012 3.98

The Travis Guy Movie 2: Across the 2nd Dimension (2014) Edit

Title Original release date International release date
The Travis Guy Movie 2: Across the 2nd Dimension August 16, 2014 August 9, 2014
Travis Guy, Keithy Guy, and Dean find refuge from an aftershock in a dimension different from theirs with the help of Troy, who later ditches them and meets his counterpart, Troy 2. His counterpart then goes on to take revenge on Travis and the Resistance (Travis and his friends' counterparts) who infiltrate his headquarters, later taking the battle to their dimension, staging a confrontation in New World Town.

References Edit

  1. Note: This episode was originally the series finale, But since the show was getting more popular, the show was renewed for a 12th season.
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