Recap: Kirby: Right Back at Ya!

A recap for all the episodes of Kirby: Right Back at Ya!.

Note: These seasons are as they're shown on TV.com, but are shown in their original order.

    Season 1 
  • 1. It's Here! The Pink Visitor (aka Kirby Comes to Cappy Town): Kirby's spaceship lands in Pupu Village (aka Cappy Town) when it detects a demon beast.
  • 2. Oh no! The Search for the Soldier's House (aka A Blockbuster Battle): Fumu (aka Tiff) tries to find a home for Kirby, but Dedede wants him gone.
  • 3. What?! Battle with Sir Meta Knight (aka Kirby's Duel Role): Dedede tries to deduce Kirby's weakness by sending meta Knight to duel him.
  • 4. Secret of the Star Warrior (aka Dark and Stormy Knight): Dedede sends the demon beast Kracko after Kirby and meta Knight tells Fumu about Kirby's backstory.
  • 5. Angry! Whispy Woods (aka Beware: Whispy Woods!): Kirby and his friends anger the talking tree, Whispy Woods by accident.
  • 6. Check it out! Channel DDD (aka Un-Reality TV): Dedede sets up his own TV station for the cappies.
  • 7. Revenge! Dynablade (aka Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure): Dedede tricks Kirby into stealing the egg of the legendary bird Dynablade.
  • 8. Curio's Ancient Pupupu Civilization (aka Curio's Curious Discovery): Curio finds evidence that Dedede's family has ruled the land for centuries but Fumu finds it suspicious.
  • 9. Lololo and Lalala Melody of Love (aka The Fofa Factor): Dedede sends out the demon beast Kittarihattari (aka Slice n' Splice) to chop up Kirby with Lololo and Lalala learning their origin story in the process.
  • 10. The Renewal of Police Chief Borun (aka Hail to the Chief): Bun (aka Tuff) and his friends decide to help Chief Borun (aka Bookem) keep his job.
  • 11. Court Chef Kawasaki (aka The Big Taste Test): Kawasaki's mentor Chef Oosaka (aka Shiitake) comes to town, so Kawaski needs to impress him.
  • 12 (13 in dub). Ghost of Dedede Castle (aka Escargoon Squad): Dedede believes that a ghost is haunting the castle.
  • 13 (29 in dub). Pupu Village's Year-End Fireworks Festival (aka Cappy New Year): Pupu Village is going to celebrate the new year, but Dedede has a nasty surprise in store.
  • 14. Face of the Dream Pillow Demon (aka The Pillow Case): Dedede gives out free pillows to everyone, but they all get nightmares about Kirby.
  • 15 (12 in dub). Birth? Kirby's Little Brother (aka Kirby's Pet Peeve): Kirby gets a pet robot dog, but Fumu and Bun are suspicious of it.
  • 16 (15 in dub). The Fish Who Loved Me (aka A Fish Called Kine): A fish named Kine falls in love with Fumu.
  • 17 (94 in dub). The Ring Story of Parm and Memu (aka The Thing About the Ring): Sir Pamu (aka Ebrum) loses a precious ring on the day of their anniversary.
  • 18 (16 in dub). Pink Ball of the Sleeping Forest (aka Flower Power): When Bun convinces Kirby to swallow a noddy, Kirby falls asleep and will stay that way for a century unless Bun can find the cure.
  • 19 (17 in dub). Knuckle Joe Arrives! (aka Here Comes the Son): Knuckle Joe arrives to fight the warrior who supposedly slew his father: Kirby.
  • 20 (18 in dub). Goodbye, Snowman Chilly (aka Dedede's Snow Job): Dedede buys the demon beast Ice dragon to turn summer into winter. Meanwhile Kirby makes a new but sinister friend.
  • 21 (19 in dub). Princess Rona's Holiday (aka A Princess in Dis-Dress): When the princess Rona comes to visit Dedede, he is instantly smitten. Meanwhile Kirby, Fumu, and Bun hang out with her bodyguard and notice something odd.
  • 22 (20 in dub). Decisive Battle on the Lone Island - An Old Soldier Never Dies (aka Island of the Lost Warrior): Kirby, Fumu, and Bun meet a stranded soldier named Kit Cosmos on an island.
  • 23 (21 in dub). Stray Dynababy (aka The Empty Nest Mess): Escargon creates a potion that transforms creatures into demon beasts, and Dedede plans to use it on Dynablade's chick.
  • 24 (22 in dub). Visiting Ninja, Benikage! (aka Ninja Binge): Curio finds a scroll, but the ninja Benikage steals it from him.
  • 25 (23 in dub). Escargon, in Mother's Eyes (aka Like Mother, Like Snail or Escargoon Rules): When Escargon's mother comes to visit, Escargon must impersonate as the king to keep up the lie he had been telling her.
  • 26 (24 in dub). Loyalty! Sword and Blade (aka Sword and Blade, Loyal and True or Hour of the WolfWrath): When the demon beast Chiridokku (aka WolfWrath) rampages through the castle, Meta Knight and his two minions Sword and Blade have to stop it.
  • 27 (25 in dub). Whispy Woods Falls in Love (aka the Flower Plot): Whispy Woods falls in love with a flower named Lovely, but Dedede has other plans with her.
  • 28 (26 in dub). Dedede's Terror Factory (aka Labor Daze): Dedede has the town help him build something in exchange for free perks, but something's up.
  • 29 (27 in dub). Burning Hot! Family Restaurant War (aka The Hot Shot Chef or A Spice Odyssey): Dedede's new demon beast Monsieur Goan opens up a restaurant to outdo Kawasaki's, so Kawasaki has to fight back.
  • 30 (28 in dub). Kirby's Mysterious Egg (aka Hatch Me if You Can): Kirby finds an egg and becomes the parent of a galbo.
  • 31 (30 in dub). Viva! Welcome to Dede-Vegas (aka Abusement Park): Dedede opens up a carnival, but clearly he's up to something.
  • 32 (95 in dub). A Ridiculous Toothless Story (aka A Dental Dilemma): Dedede and Bun get toothaches and refuse to go to see Dr. Yabui.
  • 33 (34 in dub). What?! The Universe's Dumping Grounds (aka Junk Jam): Someone is using Pupu Village as a dumping ground, and Fumu and Bun seek to find the culprit.
  • 34 (33 in dub). Ultimate Iron Man: Cook Oosoka (aka A Recipe for Disaster): Chef Oosaka returns to town and opens his own restaurant.
  • 35 (31 in dub). The Glorious Pupupu Grand Prix - Part I (aka The Kirby Derby - Part I): Kirby finds his old starship and Dedede gets a new car which he uses to challenge Kirby to a race. Soon many others want to enter the race.
  • 36 (32 in dub). The Glorious Pupupu Grand Prix - Part II (aka The Kirby Derby - Part II): The race begins and Dedede is determined to win at any cost.
  • 37 (35 in dub). Crush DededeWide in the Afternoon! (aka Watermelon Felon): Dedede convinces the townspeople that Kirby has eaten their watermelons.
  • 38 (44 in dub). Read it! The Wondrous Million-Seller (aka A Novel Approach): When everyone gets hooked on a Harry Potter Expy, Dedede wants in too. The problem is he's illiterate.
  • 39 (36 in dub). Forgotten Escargon (aka Escar-Gone): When Escargon is attacked by a tiny demon beast called Boukyakku (aka Erasem), nobody recognizes him.
  • 40 (37 in dub). Demon Hunter Knuckle Joe! (aka Monster Management): Knuckle Joe returns as a salesman for Nightmare Enterprises and uses his new position to flood the town (and Dedede's debt rate) with tiny monsters.
  • 41 (38 in dub). Mabel's Big Prediction - Part I (aka Prediction Predicament - Part I): Dedede is haunted by nightmares and seeks Mabel the fortune teller for answers.
  • 42 (39 in dub). Mabel's Big Prediction - Part II (aka Prediction Predicament - Part II): Mabel's prediction comes true, but far too quickly for anyone's better.
  • 43 (40 in dub). The Sheep's Rebellion (aka Sheepwrecked): The sheep of Pupu Village start rebelling against their owners under the leadership of an intelligent and evil sheep named Amon (Unnamed in the dub).
  • 44 (41 in dub). Whispy Woods' Friend: Acore (aka War of the Woods): Dedede wants to cut down Acore, the oldest tree in the forest, to build a gold course.

    Season 2 
  • 45 (52 in dub). Midsummer Night's Scream! - Part I (aka Scare Tactics - Part I): The people of Pupu Village hold a Spook-Out where they try to scare each other.
  • 46 (53 in dub). Midsummer Night's Scream! - Part II (aka Scare Tactics - Part II): Fumu, Bun, Kirby, and their friends must seek shelter in an old mansion during a rainstorm. However, Nightmare Enterprises has rigged the mansion with all sorts of spooks.
  • 47 (42 in dub). Come Home, Dear Waddle Dee (aka Pink-Collar Blues): Dedede gets rid of his waddle dees and replaces them with a robot from Nightmare Enterprises.
  • 48 (43 in dub). Pupupu Land Sightseeing Tour (aka Tourist Trap): Dedede turns the town into a tourist hotspot.
  • 49 (47 in dub). New Anime Series: Dedede of the Stars (aka Cartoon Buffoon): Dedede hires the cappies to help him make an anime.
  • 50 (48 in dub). Save up! Cursed Bank (aka Don't Bank on It): Dedede opens up a bank for the cappies and distributes piggy (or rather Dedede) banks, but he has other plans too.
  • 51 (49 in dub). Sentimental Kirby (aka Kirby Takes the Cake): The townspeople are planning a surprise party for Kirby, but Kirby takes it the wrong way when they try to keep the surprise a secret.
  • 52 (45 in dub). Demonic Chocolate Capsules! - Part I (aka Snack Attack - Part I): Tuggle and Gengu create a line parodying Kinder Eggs, and all the cappy kids get hooked on them. Dedede, however, has a nasty plan for the toys.
  • 53 (46 in dub). Demonic Chocolate Capsules! - Part II (aka Snack Attack - Part II): Dedede's plan has suceeded. The toys in the chocolates have come to life and begin wrecking havoc and Dedede will only get rid of them if Kirby can defeat five martial arts demon beasts.
  • 54. Over-the-top Knight! Quixano (aka One Crazy Knight): A delusional knight named Quixano (aka Gallant) arrives in town and mistakes Mabel for a princess.
  • 55. Dedede's Certain Love (aka Sweet and Sour Puss): Dedede baffles everyone when he begins behaving in a gentle and passive manner.
  • 56. Selfish Pet, Scarfy (aka Dedede's Pet Threat): Dedede buys some scarfies from Nightmare Enterprises to keep as pets.
  • 57. Those Who Laugh at Pie, Cry in Pie! (aka A Half-Baked Battle): When Dedede getting pied becomes Pupu Village's newest laughingstock, Dedede takes his revenge on them, pie style.
  • 58. Demon Teacher Punishment Service (aka eNeMeE Elementary): Dedede opens up a school where he's the head.
  • 59. Smash-Hit Program Direct Hit! Dinnertime (aka The Meal Moocher): Dedede pays the townspeople to eat with them when he gets tired of his own meals.
  • 60. Sacred Sword! Galaxia (aka Crusade for the Blade): A warrior named Sirica (or Silica) arrives to take the sword Galaxia from Meta Knight.
  • 61. Fatastrophy! Snack Junkie (aka Fitness Fiend): Dedede and Kirby become obese from eating special Nightmare Enterprises chips.
  • 62. It's Only Fortune Telling, Nothing Serious (aka Mabel Turns the Tables): Dedede gives Mabel her own TV show to prove to the cappies that she's a legitimate seer.
  • 63. The Bitter Cold of December (aka Something to Sneeze At): When everyone but Dedede in Pupu village gets a cold, he becomes displeased and tries to catch one too.
  • 64. New Year Kirby Quiz Show (aka The Kirby Quiz): Mabel, Honey, Samo, Kawasaki, Tokkori, Bun, Fumu, Kirby, Dedede, and Escargon become contestants in Customer Service's New Year Kirby quiz show.
  • 65. Knuckle Joe Escaped! (aka Masher 2.0): Knuckle Joe returns once more with the new-and-improved demon beast Masher 2.0 after him.
  • 66. The Wandering Pengi (aka The Chill Factor): Alongside a mysterious snowstorm, a group of wandering pengi arrive in Pupu Village and plan to stay.
  • 67. Demon Teacher 2 (aka The School Scam): Dedede reopens his school and hires Fumu to teach and discipline a trio of delinquents.
  • 68. Knockout! Delivery Era (aka Delivery Dilemma): Kirby must deliver food to Dedede without eating it himself. That is easier said than done for the pink puffball though.
  • 69. The Eco Tour of Whispy Woods (aka Trick or Trek): Fumu hosts an eco-tour, but Dedede and Escargon get separated from the group.
  • 70. The Legend of Lord Tokkori (aka Buccaneer Birdy): Tokkori discovers that his ancestor was a pirate's pet and organizes a group to help him search for buried treasure; however Dedede and Escargon want the gold too.
  • 71. Glued! Whale-Watching (aka A Whale of a Tale): Dedede opens a whale-watching tour, but his cruise is really just a whaling trip for him to the cappies' ignorance.

    Season 3 
  • 72. Waddle Dees for Sale (aka Waddle While You Work): Dedede sells his waddle dees to the cappies.
  • 73. Turn! Revolving Sushi (aka Dedede's Raw Deal): Dedede opens a sushi buffet.
  • 74. Revenge of Mosugaabaa! (aka Caterpillar Thriller): Dedede invokes the wrath of a huge caterpillar when he captures a pair of tiny fairy sisters in this Whole Plot Reference to Mothra
  • 75. Dream of a Dinosaur Paradise! - Part I (aka Fossil Fools - Part I): Dedede decides to prove dinosaurs are still alive by creating some of his own in this Jurassic Park parody.
  • 76. Dream of a Dinosaur Paradise! - Part II (aka Fossil Fools - Part II): Kirby, Fumu, Bun, Dedede, Escargon, and several other find themselves trapped in the park with mutant cappy-dino hybrids and the Mad Scientist who assisted Dedede in their creation: Dr. Moro.
  • 77. Royal AcaDededemy (aka Dedede's Monsterpiece): Dedede opens an art museum for the cappies to admire, but he ends up disliking the imported paintings.
  • 78. Launch! Robo-Escargon (aka Right Hand Robot): Escargon builds a Robot Me to do his job.
  • 79. Bad Bonkers! (aka Goin' Bonkers): A giant ape named Bonkers visits Pup Village to train under his hero: Kirby.
  • 80. Robust! Drink Rhapsody (aka Power Ploy): Dedede begins selling energy drinks which cause Kirby to go crazy.
  • 81. Startling! The Woman Who Doesn't Clean Up (aka A Trashy Tale): When people learn that Borun and his wife have a very messy house, Dedede uses the opportunity to host a show that reveals who else has the same problems.
  • 82. Combining Robot Ryourigaa Z! (aka Cooking Up Trouble): Dedede opens up a cooking class for the men of Pupu village and gives out strange food processors, but, as usual, there's something bigger planned.
  • 83. Demon Teacher 3 (aka Teacher's Threat): In the third and final installment of the Dedede Elementary trilogy, Dedede hires a new teacher named Mr. Chip who proves to be a very nice man. However, this wasn't what Dedede wanted as he's forced to become a student himself.
  • 84. Mr. Curio's Secret Treasure (aka Mumbies Madness): Every night, Kirby is harassed by a demon beast called a mumbies that is somehow connected to Curio.
  • 85. Mysterious Ultraviolet Rays! (aka A Sunsational Surprise or A Sunsational Puzzle): When people begin to develop strong sunburns, they try to find a way to solve the problem.
  • 86. Apprentice Showdown! Cook Nagoya (aka A Chow Challenge): When Kawasaki's old friend and fellow cook Nagoya become more popular among the cappies, the two challenge each other to a cooking contest.
  • 87. Attack! Selfish Crow Army (aka Waste Management): As Dedede is forbidden from throwing his trash into the river, he hires the sapient leader of a vast flock of crows to clean it out for him.
  • 88. Escargon's Nudity (aka Shell-Shocked): When Dedede breaks Escargon's shell, Escargon becomes desperate for a replacement.
  • 89. Geek Anime! Fumu-tan of the Stars (aka Tooned Out): Dedede hires a trio of animators called the Otakings to make an anime about him. However, the nerds want Fumu to be the star instead.
  • 90. Blast run! Dedede's Race - Part I (aka Born to Be Mild - Part I): A gang of bikers begin to terrorize Pupu Village, so the townsfolk decide to build their own motorcycles and hold a race to settle the feud.
  • 91. Blast run! Dedede's Race - Part II (aka Born to Be Mild - Part II): The race continues, but things are looking bad for the cappies as the biker gang is in the lead.
  • 92. Waddle Dee's Great Food Cultural Revolution (aka Hunger Struck): Dedede cuts the waddle dees' food supplies down to save on money.
  • 93. Kirby Appreciation Day! (aka D'Preciation Day): Dedede becomes angry that they won't hold an appreciation day for him, so he decides to pull a mean prank on Kirby's appreciation day. Unfortunately, he goes too far.

    Season 4 
  • 94 (96 in dub). Escaped Demon Beast PhanPhan (aka Cowardly Creature): When Nightmare Enterprises loses the infant demon beast Phanphan and it rampages through Pupu Town, Dedede is determined to get rid of it. However, Kirby and his friends find out that the creature is peaceful and befriend it.
  • 95 (97 in dub). Devil Kirby! (aka Frog Wild): Kirby starts going on a rampage when something possesses him.
  • 96 (50 in dub). Crisis of the Warpstar - Part I (aka Air-Ride-in-Style - Part I): In the first part of the five-part Grand Finale. Dedede decides to try get rid of Kirby's Warp Star with Nightmare Enterprises sending in their destroya ships and a squad of Air Riders to assist.
  • 97 (51 in dub). Crisis of the Warpstar - Part II (aka Air-Ride-in-Style - Part II): Kirby must face against the Air Riders note .
  • 98. Launch! Battleship Halberd (aka Cappy Town Down): A fleet of destroya ships assault Pupu Village, forcing Meta knight to unveil his now-complete secret project: his flagship, The Halberd.
  • 99. Destruction! Nightmare's Huge Fortress (aka Combat Kirby): Dedede and Escargon inform Nightmare Enterprises of The Halberd's arrival, so Customer Service sends the demon beast Heavy Lobster to disrupt the voyage.
  • 100. Fly! Kirby of the Stars (aka Fright to the Finish or Fight to the Finish): In the last part of the show's Grand Finale, Kirby and his friends find the Nightmare Enterprises base and now Kirby has to defeat the company's demonic leader: Nightmare.
  • 101. Kirby of the Stars Special Episode: Take it Down! The Crustacean Demon Beast Ebizou (aka Kirby 3D): In this 3D short, Dedede buys a demon beast named Ebizou (aka Lobzilla) to get rid of Kirby.
  • 102 Pilot. Kirby of the Stars Pilot (aka Kirby: Right Back at Ya! Pilot): Kirby lands in Dreamland and befriends a princess (A Fumu prototype). However, Dedede disapproves of their friendship and seeks to get rid of Kirby.

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