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Hoop-a-Joop Season 1 on Kids' WB is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make. It features Hoop-a-Joop Season 1 episodes broadcast on the 1995-2008 block Kids' WB. It first premiered on September 11, 1999 with The Very Beginning and ended on March 4, 2000 with Sonny and Fatty's Great Big Fight. The series is from Warner Bros. Television Animation (the company that distributes other Kids' WB classics like Animaniacs, The Sylvester and Tweety Mysteries, Batman Beyond, Pinky and The Brain, etc).

Episode 1: The Very Beginning

Plot

  • The series finds Al Valentine waking up one morning with Jim Valentine. As they rush downstairs, they meet Amanda and Patrick Valentine who serve breakfast to them. As Al heads his way to Morgan school, he meets up with Amy Lambert, James Rogers and Mel Blake. All four arrive at Morgan school and meet Principal Douglas, who explains that he's in charge here. Some days later, after leaving Morgan school, Al runs into The Wolfpack whose members consist of Vin Walterson, Sam Williams, Erica Roberts, Jacqueline Adair, Flan Cabot and Dark Onion. Al challenges them to a battle in order to see who gets Hoop-a-Joop. The battle ends with Al victorious and Vin lost. At the end of this episode, Hoop is new to the pack.

Notes

  • Release Date: September 11, 1999.

Episode 2: Mel's Wonderful Life

Plot

  • We are introduced to Mel's sisters Lori and Anna Blake and their parents Stella and Carlos Blake. One day, Mel is off to meet a new friend. She leaves her house and goes off in search for it. She meets a beautiful blonde girl named Cleary Rodriguez (voiced by Kath Soucie) who says that she wants to help her too. As the girls trundle along, they run into Danielle Robinson (voiced by Cree Summer). She explains that everything will be ruled, but Cleary sends her packing. After that, she bids goodbye to Mel as she heads back to her house.

Notes

  • Release Date: September 18, 1999.

Episode 3: Hiccups

Plot

  • One morning, Al finds himself with the hiccups and cannot get rid of them. Sean Rogers, his main rival, explains that Al's hiccups won't come off. Amy, James and Mel try to figure out about Al's hiccups when Amy has an idea. Night falls and the plan to get rid of Al's hiccups starts as Amy places Al in a wagon. While Mel is off to collect some cookies with the pot, James disguises himself as The Masked Pumpkin. However, unaware to the others, The Wolfpack set their sights on scaring Al, but suddenly, Mel appears with her head stuck inside a pot. The others run away in such a fright, that Al gets too startled and begins to roll down the slope, and runs into Mel. He discovers that the hiccups have disappeared and he is pleased to be here. Sean returns and apologizes to Al. As the episode ends, Al returns home and gets a good rest.

Notes

  • Release Date: September 25, 1999.

Episode 4: The Mail Is Here

Plot

  • We are introduced to Amy's older sister Alissa Lambert and Amy's mother Mary Lambert. One day, Amy is waiting for a package to arrive. Luckily, Robert The Mailman (voiced by Jeff Bennett) arrives and explains that he will help her on mail deliveries. Amy accepts and sets to work as a mail delivery girl. Unaware to her, The Wolfpack are trying to take the mail away, but they didn't. After that, Amy delivers one last package and she completes the mission. Then, she thanks Robert.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 2, 1999.

Episode 5: Fear of A Shot

Plot

  • Mel takes her family to the hospital in order for a booster shot. They meet up with Rhonda The Secretary (voiced by Nancy Cartwright) who explains that Nurse Lucille (voiced by Kathleen Barr) will come by at any minute right now. When Nurse Lucille arrives, Anna freaks out and breaks into tears. Mel and Lori begin to argue, as Stella comforts Anna. Carlos, with a very nervous look, tells Mel and Lori to stop arguing and the two change their moods. When Mel and her family come to the emergency room, Lucille puts a shot on Anna, and the little girl finds that it didn't do harm to her. After that, Lucille gives Anna a lollipop for being a brave little girl and Mel and Lori apologize to her. As the episode finishes, Mel goes to her room and gets a good rest.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 9, 1999.

Episode 6: A Nice Day

Plot

  • Al is ready to be part of the boys only band as he arrives at Morgan school. He meets up with Edgar Phillips (voiced by Michael Bell) who says that he will assist him. Al then greets three new companions Tommy Taylor (voiced by Danny Cooksey), Sage Ortiz (voiced by Rob Paulsen) and Justin Mayberry (voiced by Benjamin Diskin). When the talent show starts Al and his band start to sing The Call from Backstreet Boys. After that, the talent show is a success and Edgar thanks Al.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 16, 1999.

Episode 7: Amy's Nightmare

Plot

  • One night, Amy has a dream that she is the first girl to be on the moon. But finds that the rocket is heading towards it. The Rocket hits her and she wakes up panting. Alissa and Mary run over to her and comfort her. Meanwhile, Mel is having trouble on her sleep. So she leaves her house in order to meet Amy. When the two stick together. They find a sandman named Arnold The Sandman (voiced by Jason Marsden) who says that he's giving people nightmares. After throwing him out. Amy goes back to her house and has a good rest.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 23, 1999.

Episode 8: Al's First Halloween

Plot

  • This Halloween themed episode finds Al and his friends all dressed up for the party. They leave their houses and enter the community center. Inside, they meet Jolie Matthews (voiced by Tabitha St. Germain) and Hanna Matthews (voiced by Nadine Rabinovitch) who explain that Halloween is always the same. Unaware to the others, The Wolfpack sneak into the food section and attempt to eat the ice cream, but they accidentally eat doughnuts full of garlic. As the episode ends, Al is happy to be on Halloween.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 30, 1999.

Episode 9: Ruthless Erica

Plot

  • One day, Erica leaves The Wolfpack so that she can go to a nearby building. When she arrives inside, she encounters two italian thugs named Biff and Baff (both voiced by Jim Cummings) who say that they're brutal. Meanwhile, as Mel practices for her guitar performance, Lori and Anna have a deal with a clown named Jackson The Clown (voiced by Keith Diamond). Back with Erica, she has knocked Biff and Baff out and returns to meet up with Vin and the others and rejoin The Wolfpack.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 6, 1999.

Episode 10: Need Help?

Plot

  • We are introduced to James' older brother Mike Rogers and James' father Tommy Rogers. One day, as he strolls along, he meets a rough boy named Richie Roberts (voiced by Frank Welker) who says that he's born in Scotland. James is glad Richie has a scottish accent. Unaware to him, The Wolfpack attempt to be personal, but they couldn't. After that, Richie leaves to become Erica's brother and James heads home happily.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 13, 1999.

Episode 11: Mel-Vicious

Plot

  • Al and his friends are doing their training when Mel fails to do that. Angered, she decides to leave The Hoop Kids and go hardcore. Al, Amy and James meet up with Nina Settergren (voiced by Pamela Adlon) and Estelle Spears (voiced by Jennifer Hale) who agree to stop Mel's angerness. When they find her, she is about to be turned into a baby by The Wolfpack and Al kicks them out. After that, Mel apologizes to the others and rejoins The Hoop Kids.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 20, 1999.

Episode 12: On The Lookout

Plot

  • Al and his friends have invited their families to the beach. When they arrive, they meet Lifeguard Homer (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) who says that he's here to do the beach rules. Unaware to the others, The Wolfpack try to swim far away, but are caught in the process. After that, Lifeguard Homer thanks the gang.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 27, 1999.

Episode 13: The Graveyard Shift

Plot

  • One night, Amy and Mel have to spend the whole night with their sisters. Kaylie Irwin (voiced by Nicolle Sullivan) arrives and says that she's working here. But as the moon rises, Mel and Anna see the Hash Slinging Slasher and freak out. Lori doesn't care for their scary excuses, but the shadow reveals to be Becca Dullard (voiced by Lacey Chabert). After that, Amy thanks Kaylie.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 4, 1999.

Episode 14: Pipe Down!

Plot

  • As Al is listening to music one morning, loud noises prevent him. He goes outside and sees Nick Esposito (voiced by Gregg Berger) doing the lawn. Al has to compete with him in order to see who gets the loudest noise ever. Unaware to him, The Wolfpack try to blast the bomb, but nothing happened. After that, Al thanks Nick for piping everything down.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 11, 1999.

Episode 15: Girly Foiled

Plot

  • Sometimes, girls can get chases to each other easily, but one day, Erica and Jacqueline find that they cannot share each other and they refuse to be friends. So Vin, Sam, Flan and Dark Onion figure out a way to be settling things right. Meanwhile, as Amy is listening to girl music, Alissa meets up with Doug Anderson and Roger Anderson (both voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson) who explain that they will solve the problem. Back with Erica and Jacqueline, they have apologized to each other and Vin's plan worked.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 18, 1999.

Episode 16: Al's Christmas Party

Plot

  • This Christmas Special finds Al and His Friends all set for their Christmas celebrations. They meet up with Kanesha Maryland (voiced by Michele Morgan) who says that she will seek help. Unaware to the gang, The Wolfpack try to burn down Christmas, but their plan doesn't work out. After that, Al is pleased to have Christmas here.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 25, 1999.

Episode 17: Al's New Year Party

Plot

  • This New Year's Day Special finds Al and his friends on their plans for New Year's Day. They meet up with Sarah Collins (voiced by America Young) who explains that she will help. Unaware to the others, The Wolfpack try to overcome their ruining, but nothing worked. After that, Al is glad New Year's Day is a success.

Notes

  • Release Date: January 1, 2000.

Episode 18: Home Alone

Plot

  • Mel is getting tired of Lori's bothering with her and proves to be all alone, whilst her parents are off to a jury session. Mel learns that she needs to be alone with her sisters, and soon Debbie Parker (voiced by Chantal Strand) comes by. Unfortunately, The Wolfpack try to make an opportunity, but they fail. After that, Mel's Parents return from their jury and feel relieved when Mel is with Debbie.

Notes

  • Release Date: January 8, 2000.

Episode 19: My Hero Anna

Plot

  • Al and his friends want to celebrate Anna's heroship party after she has saved Mel's life. They invite their families to the plans, and meet up with Katherine Ferguson (voiced by Jeannie Elias) who says that she and her mother Rita Ferguson (voiced by Francesca Smith) will help. Unaware to Anna, The Wolfpack attempt to make their plans, but they fail. After that, bees emerge and Mel drags Anna away from the swarm, then they make it to the party and Stella and Carlos hold Anna's birthday. Afterwards, Al thanks Katherine.

Notes

  • Releaes Date: January 15, 2000.

Episode 20: The Wolfpack's Power

Plot

  • Amy is off to the library in order to make sure Alissa and Mary want the books. She meets up with Abby The Librarian (voiced by Mindy Cohn) who says that she will help. Unaware to Amy, The Wolfpack receive powers: Vin can be invisible, Sam has telekinesis, Erica uses super speed, Jacqueline has strong powers, Flan has streched abilities and Dark Onion has ice powers. Amy finds them and one by one she sends them flying. After that, She arrives home and shows Alissa and Mary her book in which they agree to feel fine.

Notes

  • Release Date: January 22, 2000.

Episode 21: Sorry, Wrong Slusher

Plot

  • Al has spent too much time watching television that he needs to go to bed. Fortunately for him, he sneaks out to meet up with Amy, James and Mel. When the four watch television, strange things happen one night. Monica Lodge (voiced by Kelly Sheridan) comes in to spend the whole night with them. Unaware to the kids, The Wolfpack attempt to be rich, but they find themselves guilty. After that, Al is happy to spend the whole night with his friends.

Notes

  • Release Date: January 29, 2000.

Episode 22: Don't Take A Tip From Me

Plot

  • Al and his friends make their biggest stop to the house of the Lopez. When they arrive, Juanita, Esteban and Heriberto appear. Juanita clearly explains that she wants to have dinner served. Amy and Mel accept and set to work. However, The Wolfpack try to be cool, but they broke the rules. After that, dinner has been served and Juanita thanks Al and his friends.

Notes

  • Release Date: February 5, 2000.

Episode 23: Random Acts of Disrespect

Plot

  • Al and his friends run into trouble when some old people try to threaten the bus. To make up for lost time, they seek help from Amelia Carlson (voiced by Jocelyne Loewen) who agrees to help. However, The Wolfpack try to be old, but it didn't work. After that, the old people apologize and promise to behave. Then, Amelia thanks Al and His Friends.

Notes

  • Release Date: February 12, 2000.

Episode 24: Mel's Guitar Lessons

Plot

  • It's time for the annual talent show, and Al and his friends practice for their talents. Mel has to practice with her guitar in order to show Lori and Anna the performance. That afternoon starts the talent show and Al, Amy and James count on Mel, as she starts to sing Breakaway. After that, Miss Margot (voiced by Barbara Pariot) gives Mel a medal and that night she shows it to her family.

Notes

  • Release Date: February 19, 2000.

Episode 25: The World Record

Plot

  • The day of the world records begin one day and Al and his friends start their plans. When they arrive at the mall, they meet Adelle Oliver (voiced by Danna Phirman) who explains that she will seek help. Al starts his cup stacking contest, but however, The Wolfpack attempt to do their records. After kicking them out, Al wins and is awarded with a medal.

Notes

  • Release Date: February 26, 2000.

Episode 26: Sonny and Fatty's Great Big Fight

Plot

  • On a quiet day at Lancaster, Sonny is looking forward to meet a poodle named Kim (voiced by Jennifer Hale), but Fatty fights with him. Meanwhile, Al and Mel report to Detective Rose (voiced by Maria Bamford) who agrees to solve the case. When they find Sonny and Fatty, the dogs are being threatened by The Wolfpack. After sending them flying, Sonny and Fatty apologize and Al and Mel thank Rose.

Notes

  • Release Date: March 4, 2000.

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