List of WarioWare episodes is Pikachufreak's fan-fiction thing to make. These are the list of episodes from the 2005 Kids' WB anime: WarioWare.
Season 1 (2005-2006)
Episode 1: The First Day Ever
- In this first episode, Wario is bored with nothing to do. Waluigi drops by and says that Diamond City needs its help. The two don their secondary outfits and set off to the scene. When they arrive at Diamond City, they meet many friends like Jimmy T. and P. whose family are James T., Jamie T., Mama T. and Papa T., Mona Pizza whose sisters and parents are 16-year-old Kimberly Pizza and 5-year-old Molly Pizza, Helen Pizza and George Pizza, Dribble and Spitz, Kat and Ana, 9-Volt and 18-Volt whose mother is 5-Volt, Dr. Crygor whose pet robot, grandchildren and children are Mike The Karaoke Robot, Penny Crygor, Arnold Crygor, Mitzi Crygor and Peter Crygor, Orbulon, Ashley whose partner is Red, Young Cricket and Master Mantis. However, Vanessa, Mona's arch-rival, comes by to visit. After sending her packing, Wario and Waluigi are welcomed to the pack.
- Release Date: September 10, 2005.
Episode 2: Looking For Toys
- This episode focuses on Mona and her family. One day, as Mona's parents are gone on an anniversary, Mona has to search for toys all over. Unaware of her and her sisters, Vanessa tries to mess them up, but she gets kicked out. After that, Mona is glad her toys are put back in place when her parents return.
- Release Date: September 17, 2005.
Episode 3: Kat Seeks Help
- This episode focuses on Kat and Ana. One day, Ana is crying because she's been violent. So Kat seeks help from Amanda The Therapist who agrees to help. However, Vanessa tries to overcome the confidence, but to no avail. After that, Ana has stopped crying and Kat is thankful.
- Release Date: September 24, 2005.
Episode 4: 9-Volt Catches A Cold
- In this episode, 9-Volt is sick and 18-Volt has to take him to a nearby hospital. When he arrives, Dr. Payne comes in. 9-Volt is placed with an I.V. on his wrist to make him better. Suddenly, Vanessa appears to try and overcome a nurse, but she gets kicked out. After that, 9-Volt is much better and Dr. Payne thanks 18-Volt.
- Release Date: October 1, 2005.