1: "To Protect and Servo"
Sam Collins discovers the world of Syberspace and becomes
Servo, fighter for justice.
Malcolm creates the Blink virus and sends it into the
police files in order to cause a false arrest.
3: "Samurize Guys"
Sam and his rock band, Team Samurai, are to perform at a
concert at North Valley High School that night, but
Malcolm has other ideas. He creates the Trembulor virus
to create an impenetrable barrier around Sam's house.
4: "Amp Loves You, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!
Amp falls in love with Ms. Tilden, a substitute teacher.
After mistaking an utterly hideous old woman to be the
object of their friend's affections, Sam, Sydney, and
Tanker come up with a plan to make him forget about his
5: "An Un-Helping Hand"
After Sydney earns a 'B' on her report card, this
is the least of her worries because a Mega-Virus has
taken over her wristwatch. It causes her hand to go on a
petty crime spree.
6: "His Master's Voice"
The Skorn virus is created after Malcolm's voice is made
fun of on a keyboard synthesizer. This virus has a mind
of its own and sends it into the synthesizer effectively
switching Syd and Tanker's voices!
7: "Some Like it Scalding"
Sam decides to have a slumber party at North Valley High
School as the school's fundraiser. However, Malcolm sends
the fire virus, Plexton, into the school's thermostat.
With the party literally boiling over in the intense
heat, can Servo save the day?
Kilokahn decides to experience life in the real world by
taking over Malcolm's body. He then sticks Malcolm inside
of a mega-virus monster. Sam and the others notice that
it really is Kilokahn inside Malcolm's body, and it is up
to Servo to save Malcolm.
9: "The Cold Shoulder"
Malcolm creates Gramm, sister to the fire virus, Plexton
and sends it into Sam's air conditioner to turn people
cold and against one another. Servo must destroy Gramm in
order to break the spell and in the process, fend off the
reserve virus, which is none other than Plexton.
10: "Que Sera Servo"
A fortune-telling game is infected by a virus and it
causes everyone's personalities to completely reverse.
From this spell, Sam becomes a wimp, Tanker becomes a
nerd, Amp becomes intelligent, and Sydney becomes
11: "A Break in the Food Chain"
Malcolm creates the Hock mega-virus monster and sends him
into the food factories for the purpose of stopping
shipments of food to the world that needs it.
12: "Ashes to Ashes Disk to Disk"
The Troid virus which has been sent into Jennifer's
pom-poms, random victims are stored on Floppy Disks. Sam
is the only person he knows that is left, and must find a
way to bring the people back.
13: "Lights, Camera, Action"
Sam learns just how dependent he is on his friends when
he's sucked into a video camera and nearly goes insane
from the prolonged enforced solitude.
14: "Sweet and Sour Kilokahn"
Sydney installs a children's computer program and is able
to use it on Kilokahn, turning him from evil to good.
When Malcolm discovers the good Kilokahn, he is
infuriated but attempts to take on life as a good-natured
fellow, only to fail miserably.
15: "To Sleep, Perchance to Scream"
After Sam has a strange nightmare, Kilokahn seizes this
opportunity to send a virus into Sam's alarm clock which
gives Sam continuous nightmares. How will Sam ever wake
up to actually defeat the virus?
16: "Out of Sight, Out of Time"
In order to make Sam miss a date with Jennifer, Malcolm
creates a Mega-Virus that will render time meaningless
around the world, messing clocks all over the world.
17: "Money for Nothin' & Bits for Free"
Malcolm taps into bank accounts across the country,
making him incredibly rich while everyone else struggles
to pay for necessities. He uses his money to bribe his
schoolmates into doing embarrassing things. When his
little sister, Elizabeth, gets into a car accident and
needs surgery, Sam must take action.
18: "Water You Doing?"
After Malcolm's dramatic reading of Coleridge's "The
Rime of the Ancient Mariner" is shunned at the
school talent show, Malcolm enacts thematic revenge in
turning all the water in the city into hydrochloric acid.
Also, Tanker learns the danger of bingeing on dill
pickles, and suffers from severe stomach pain, and learns
where his limits lie.
19: "Just Brown & Servo"
Desperate to prove to Jennifer that he's romantic, Sam
plans a romantic dinner for the two of them. However,
when he lets Tanker, Sydney, Amp, and Mrs. Starkey help
him out, Malcolm overhears this and sends a Mega-Virus
Monster into Mrs. Starkey's egg-timer to make her go
20: "My Virus Ate My Homework"
Sam's report for school is destroyed by Elizabeth, and
Sam feels he's about to face impending doom at school
because of this. But that is the least of his worries
when Kilokahn, against Malcolm's wishes, releases a
mega-virus monster to sound off an alarm system which
will apparently trigger warheads throughout the globe.
21: "Hello Darkness, My Old Friend"
Amp is attempting to get in shape for a competition, and
Malcolm creates a virus that attempts to knock out all
the electricity in the world.
22: "Born With a Jealous Mind"
Sydney wins a date with superstar Chad Williams, leaving
Tanker very jealous. Sam tries to convince him not to be
jealous. Meanwhile, Malcolm attempts revenge at the
people of Japan, where his new hard drive came. It ate
his disk and severely messed up his hand. He sends out a
smog virus to harm the people.
23: "Cheater, Cheater, Megabyte Eater"
Malcolm creates a Stupid Virus in order to tamper with
the national test scores at high school, and Principal
Pratchert accuses Amp of tampering with the scores.
24: "Romeo & Joule-watt"
Tanker & Jennifer are cast as Romeo and Juliet in the
school play, much to Sam's and Sydney's dismay. Malcolm
revamps the Chronic virus and sends him into the school's
25: "Rock n' Roll Virucide"
A Rock n' Roll Virus is created to turn Mrs. Starkey into
a heavy Rock n' Roll maniac.
26: "Stiff as a Motherboard"
Malcolm creates the Manfu virus and sends it into the
school's water fountain, causing whoever touches it to
become stiff and unable to move or speak. Unfortunately,
that victim is Sam. How will he be able to fight if he
can't move? It's up to his friends to help him out on
27: "Pride Goeth Before a Brawl"
Kilokahn no longer wants Malcolm's help in making
viruses, so he turns to the first computer user he can
find, which is Sydney. He gets her to create her own
virus for Servo to fight. After a bit of confusion, it
seemed as if the virus would not cause any harm after
all, that is until Malcolm turns the virus completely
evil. Sydney, feeling responsible, aids Servo in
defeating the virus by piloting the Drago system in order
to create Phormo.
28: "Starkey in Syberspace"
Sam disguises himself as a girl in order to break into
Sydney's club at school, but then is discovered by Mrs.
Starkey. After Sam runs out, Starkey snoops around on
Sydney's laptop and is accidentally sucked into
Syberspace, inside one of the Sybersquad's
29: "Hair I Stand, Head in Hand"
Malcolm revamps the Plexton virus and sends it into Sam's
blow-dryer. After water is dumped on his head, Sam is
forced to use the dryer, only to have it turn his hair
into a whole messy field of static electricity.
30: "Portrait of Artist as a Young Virus"
Malcolm creates a virus with the intent of altering the
high school students' new schedules to schedules with
undesirable classes, as well as putting him in all the
same classes as Jennifer.
31: "The Taunt Heard Round the World"
Kilokahn sends out a global taunt via television to Servo
to fight against the revamped Hock virus, now the
Hockinator, or else all television stations around the
world would be shut down permanently.
32: "Tanks for the Memories"
A virus is sent into Tanker's walkman and headphones,
while Tanker is using them, causing him to go insane and
make obscure quotes, thus distracting him from normal
life and the danger in Syberspace.
33: "Love Me Don't"
Malcolm sends a virus into a music box, hoping that when
Jennifer opens it, she would fall in love with the first
person she'd see Malcolm. Sam is very angry when
he feels that Jennifer is hoping to dump him for Malcolm.
Unfortunately for Malcolm, however, it's not Jennifer who
opens the box - it's Mrs. Starkey. A reluctant Sam must
destroy the virus in order to break the horrid love
34: "Syberteria Combat"
Malcolm resurrects the Manfu virus to create a barrier
around the high school, which imprisons the gang, who is
staying after school. Tensions fly for the gang as the
time goes stuck together and they begin verbally
attacking one another.
35: "Over the River & Through the Grid"
36: "Do Not Reboot 'Til Christmas"
It's Christmas time and everyone but Malcolm are into the
holiday spirit, preparing for the charity toy drive.
Malcolm decides to take his rage out on them by sending a
'special' virus into the battery powered toys and sets it
to explode at midnight.
37: "Kilokahn Is Coming to Town"
After the destruction of their virus, Malcolm and
Kilokhan track Servo's home data stack to within a 6-mile
radius of Malcolm's computer. Knowing he's close,
Kilokhan sends Malcolm out to set up the town with
Christmas lights to give Kilokhan the power to pin-point
their enemy. When he finds and erases the minds of
Tanker, Sid and Amp, he turns against Malcolm. Now
determined to help save Christmas and the world, Servo
goes on one last mission to destroy Kilokhan, but when he
destroys the Samurai vehicles, Malcolm and Jennifer watch
and hope that Servo can save the day once again.
38: "Hide and Servo"
A power surge is created in syberspace, and when Sam uses
the computer to investigate, he, as Servo, is thrust
through syberspace in a rapid, endless, and
uncontrollable flight. Throughout the day, Sydney keeps
hearing his calls for help everywhere she is, though
Tanker and Amp don't believe her at first. Until that is,
they hear it too and investigate. If Servo is to escape,
Plexton awaits him.
39: "Little Ditch, Big Glitch"
With the help of a television screen, Kilokahn sets out
to put everyone in North Valley High School under his
power. Can Team Samurai, who are stuck in detention, put
a stop to this?
40: "Hasta la Virus, Baby"
Amp is supposedly in trouble and gone from school, and
the gang and Yolanda and Jennifer recall past experiences
with Amp. It's revealed that Amp is back in outer space
and later, the gang witnesses the arrival of surfer Lucky
London, who would become the newest member of Team
41: "Give 'Til It Megahertz"
Malcolm resurrects the Kord virus and uses him to turn
people into a bunch of overly generous people, including
the gang of Team Samurai.
42: "The President's a Frink!"
Malcolm uses the Skorn virus in order to win the student
body presidential election over Yolanda Pratchert.
43: "Beep My, Beep My Baby"
A virus is sent into Jennifer's pager, which causes
Jennifer to dislike Sam and love Malcolm.
44: "Forget You!
A virus is created that causes everyone affected to
forget everything - even who they are.
45: "Loose Lips Sink Microchips"
Malcolm resurrects Skorn and sends him into Sam's radio
show at school, causing embarrassing secrets to be
revealed about people, including Sydney and Tanker's
secrets. Sam must face Skorn and stop him once more in
order to stop the leak at the station!
46: "It's Magic"
Lucky decides to incorporate the concept of Sam
disappearing into syberspace behind a curtain)as a part
of his magic act at school. Unfortunately, after the
first part of the trick works, the second part doesn't,
since Sam, as Servo, is stuck fighting the Chronic virus
47: "Pratchert's Radical Departure"
Malcolm decides to use a virus in order to mentally bring
Principal Pratchert back to his hippie days, much to
48: "Foreign Languages"
A virus is created for the purpose that, whenever Servo
is fighting him, no one will be able to hear Servo's
calls for help if he gets into a jam.
49: "Truant False"
When Hock is sent into the school computer in order to
tamper with the summer school program files, the school
sends an anti-virus system to destroy him. Then Kilokahn
alters the anti-virus to look like Manfu - and turn him
evil - to get Servo to try to destroy it, not knowing
what consequences would lie in wait should the anti-virus
be destroyed....it could mean summer school forever!
50: "Lucky's Unlucky Adventure"
51: "What Rad Universe"
A power surge in syberspace sends Sam into an alternate
universe, where everyone he knows is different than
from the universe he knows: Yolanda creates viruses for
Kilokahn, and Malcolm is a good-spirited guy who likes to
help people. Sam must destroy the Hockinator virus in the
alternate universe and find a way back home before it's
Sam, Tanker and Lucky try to get basketball superstar
High Jump to come to their school before a big game
tonight by telling him there is a charity event. When
High Jump finds out that it is all a scam, everyone can't
leave the school because of the Krono virus which created
a barrier around the school. Because of this he will
likely miss the game, unless the Syber Squad and the help
of High Jump, can defeat the virus in order to send High
Jump on his way.
53: "Take a Hike"
While Sam is home spending time with Jennifer, Sydney,
Tanker, Lucky and Yolanda are taking a camping trip out
in nature. Malcolm then creates a virus that will sink
all the electricity in the world. When the virus strikes,
the gang finds themselves in a real dilemma because Sam
is not present. Therefore, it's up to Tanker, in the
unlikely role of Servo, to save the day!