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Hoop-a-Joop Season 2 on Kids' WB is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make. It features Hoop-a-Joop Season 2 episodes broadcast on Kids' WB. It happens on September 23, 2000 (the same day as Static Shock).

Episode 1: Juvenile Mel

Plot

  • The Season 2 premiere finds Mel taking her family to the police department. They meet Officer Johnson (voiced by Dorian Harewood) who says that he's in charge. Mel dons her female officer uniform and sets to work immediately. Unaware to the others, The Wolfpack try to arrest criminals, but they fail. After that, Officer Johnson thanks Mel.

Notes

  • Release Date: September 23, 2000.

Episode 2: The Crook Is Here

Plot

  • One day, Amy is listening to girl music when a crook name Roy The Burglar (voiced by David Paul Grove) rushes by. Amy reports to Detective Rose who agrees to help. Unaware to her, The Wolfpack try to be thieves, but they couldn't. After it, Roy is caught and Amy thanks Rose.

Notes

  • Release Date: September 30, 2000.

Episode 3: Night Drive

Plot

  • Al and his friends prepare for a big night drive. They meet up with Angie Rivers (voiced by Julie Lemieux) who says that she will assist the night drives. Unaware to the others, The Wolfpack try to drive wrongly, but they get into trouble. After that, the night drive completes and Angie thanks the others.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 7, 2000.

Episode 4: Al and Hoop-a-Joop's Adventure

Plot

  • Al finds that Hoop is in no good condition. So he and his family take him to the vet and meet Cory The Vet (voiced by Scott McNeil) who says that he will check the problems. Unaware to Al, The Wolfpack try to burst in, but nothing worked. After that, Hoop has become better and Cory thanks Al.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 14, 2000.

Episode 5: Don't Cry, Anna

Plot

  • With Stella and Carlos off to an anniversary, Mel and Lori have to take care of Anna. Due to the fact that Anna cries a lot harder, Mel and Lori have to cover their ears. So they both seek help from Polly The Therapist (voiced by Lauren Tom) who says that she'll solve the problem. However, The Wolfpack try to make Anna cry, but to no avail. After that, when Stella and Carlos return, they find Anna asleep, and they thank Mel and Lori.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 21, 2000.

Episode 6: How Dare You Insult Us Like This

Plot

  • One day, Amy leaves The Hoop Kids in order to go to a catholic school. When she arrives, she meets Jill The Nun (voiced by Sonja Ball) who says that insults can be dangerous. Unaware to Amy, The Wolfpack try to be polite, but nothing did. After that, Amy returns home to rejoin Al, Mel and James.

Notes

  • Release Date: October 28, 2000.

Episode 7: Nature Calls

Plot

  • Mel is tired of Lori's teasing and leaves her home to live the nature life. She meets up with Jody Perkins (voiced by Carolyn Lawrence) who says that she's here to help. However, The Wolfpack try to burn nature down, but it never happened. After that, upon saying farewell to Jody, Mel returns to her house and apologizes to Lori.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 4, 2000.

Episode 8: Basketball Runs Away

Plot

  • After a chaotic mess, Amy grounds Basketball for her actions. The white cat runs off and when Amy returns, she is nowhere to be found. So she reports to Alissa and Mary and explain that Basketball has run off. A search for her ensues and they find her with Biff and Baff. After sending them packing, Amy apologizes to Basketball and promises to never do antics again.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 11, 2000.

Episode 9: The Trouble With The General

Plot

  • Al and James are off to a military training as they take their brothers and fathers for a run. They meet The General (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) who says that he's old. Al and James set to work on military basics, but unaware to them, The Wolfpack attempt to break the world war, but their plan backfires. After that, Al thanks The General.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 18, 2000.

Episode 10: Stop It!

Plot

  • Mel is horrified when she hears that Anna has run off to a safer place. So she seeks help from Inpector Robin (voiced by Brian Drummond) who agrees to look after her. With, Lori, Stella and Carlos in hand, Mel goes off to find Anna, and finds her with The Wolfpack. After sending them flying, Anna apologizes to Mel and promises not to run off like that before.

Notes

  • Release Date: November 25, 2000.

Episode 11: Haunted Vin

Plot

  • Ghosts are not as proper as they look for The Wolfpack, but one night, Vin gets haunted by ghosts. Meanwhile, as Al goes off to look for marshmallows, Jim meets up with Tyson Lane (voiced by Wendee Lee) who explains that he will help. Back with Vin, he has safely escaped from the ghosts and rejoins Sam and the others.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 2, 2000.

Episode 12: Knock, Knock, Who's There?

Plot

  • Tired of Lori's knock knock jokes, Mel decides to go somewhere else. She arrives at an exhibition and meets Holly Neil (voiced by Nancy Cartwright) who explains that she wants to be in charge. Unaware to Mel, The Wolfpack try their own knock knock jokes, but they fail. After that, upon saying goodbye to Holly, Mel returns and Lori apologizes.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 9, 2000.

Episode 13: Stuck In The Middle Ages With You

Plot

  • An unexpected experience sends Al, Amy, James and Mel to a medieval place. They explore a town and meet Princess Annabelle (voiced by Tress MacNeille) who says that she's in good charge. However, The Wolfpack try to be knights, but nothing happened. After that, Al thanks Annabelle.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 16, 2000.

Episode 14: Lights, Camera, Music

Plot

  • Mel is ready for her biggest music show ever. In order to show her sisters and parents her singing skills, she meets up with DJ Fred (voiced by Phil LaMarr) who explains that he will help her. However, The Wolfpack attempt to make rock music, but to no avail. After that, Mel sings Don't Cha and it becomes successful. Then, she thanks DJ Fred.

Notes

  • Release Date: December 23, 2000.

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