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Because the show got moved to HBO Max, the original Season 2 episodes are now a part of Season 1 and episodes after "The Library" in HBO Max is officially Season 2.


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     Pilot 
  • "Summer Camp Island": Oscar wants his Summer Camp experience to be normal, so he and his best friend Hedgehog have a BFF Sleepover.

     Season 1 Part 1 (Season 1) 
  1. "The First Day": Oscar and Hedgehog arrive on Summer Camp Island and figure out pretty quickly that most normal summer camps don't have witch-counselors, aliens and talking trees.
  2. "Monster Babies": Alice lures Oscar and his monster friends for a tea party, but only to turn the monsters into cute babies.
  3. "Chocolate Money Badgers": Oscar learns that he can earn merit badges that unlock prizes.
  4. "Saxophone Come Home": Oscar befriends a teenage Yeti.
  5. "Pajama Pajimjams": Oscar pretends to be a talking pair of pajamas named Jimjams to make his friend Pajamas happy.
  6. "Oscar & Hedgehog's Melody": Susie holds the annual talent show that has the rest of the campers competing to win.
  7. "Feeling Spacey": Oscar and Hedgehog arrive on a planet that has no emotions.
  8. "Ghost the Boy": Oscar and Hedgehog befriend a ghost who can't remember who he is.
  9. "Computer Vampire": Oscar finds a mysterious old video game in the library.
  10. "The Basketball Liaries": With the help from Basketball, Oscar makes an impressive shot that scores him a spot on the Gold League.
  11. "Popular Banana Split": Hedgehog and Max discover a tiny high school when they are accidentally shrunk by a science experiment.
  12. "Time Traveling Quick Pants": Oscar and Hedgehog learn about a quicksand that lets them go back in time.
  13. "It's My Party": Oscar and Hedgehog are tasked with throwing Susie a birthday party; they need to hire an awesome boy band, lasso some unicorns and more standard magical party stuff.
  14. "Moon Problems": The Moon gets sad when Oscar loses his friendship bracelet.
  15. "Monster Visit": The monsters get nervous when their Godmonster comes for a visit.
  16. "Ice Cream Headache": The campers get magical powers from the witches supply of magic ice cream.
  17. "Pepper's Blanket is Missing": Pepper's blanket goes missing at a cabin sleepover.
  18. "Hedgehog Werewolf": Hedgehog gets bit by a cute puppy and is starting to act strange.
  19. "Mr. Softball": Oscar and his friends are challenged to a game of softball by Susie and the witch camp counselors; the campers try to play fair, but it is incredibly obvious that the witches are using their magic to cheat.
  20. "Fuzzy Pink Time Babies": Oscar and Hedgehog learn how to stop time.

     Season 1 Part 2 (Season 2) 
  1. "Cosmic Bupkiss": A storm blocks Oscar and Hedgehog's one chance to see a comet.
  2. "Radio Silence": Oscar must get Hedgehog a special sandwich in order to save their friendship.
  3. "Director's Cut": Oscar receives a camcorder from his parents and sets out to prove to them the magic on the island is real.
  4. "The Haunted Campfire": The campers must battle ghosts of their own creation after their scary stories mysteriously come true.
  5. "I Heart Heartforde": Oscar, Hedgehog, and the other campers are excited to take a trip to the non-magical town of Heartforde.
  6. "Space Invasion": A visit from Puddle the alien tests the limit of Oscar's hosting skills.
  7. "Mom Soon": Hedgehog gets a call during her radio show from someone who needs her help.
  8. "Sneeze Guard": Oscar and Hedgehog must work with the witches to cure Alice's camp-threatening illness.
  9. "Susie's Fantastical Scavenger Hunt": Oscar and Hedgehog must learn to exist without each other when they are put on different teams during a scavenger hunt.
  10. "Mop Forever": At Alice's dress-up party the campers are magically turned into their costumes.
  11. "Pajamas Party": When Pajamas starts to panic that Oscar will outgrow it, Oscar tries to help but things go awry.
  12. "The Soundhouse": Oscar and Hedgehog discover a new structure on the island and become friends with its caretaker.
  13. "Puff Paint": Oscar's painting is unpopular so he goes on a journey of self-discovery.
  14. "Susie Appreciation Day": Hedgehog and Oscar find themselves trapped in Susie's cabin and must escape undetected.
  15. "Campers Above the Bed": Hedgehog finds a city underneath her bed as she looks for her missing diary.
  16. "Midnight Quittance": Ramona invites Hedgehog and Oscar to participate in a special holiday ritual.
  17. "The Great Elf Invention Convention": Oscar, Max, and Hedgehog do a favor for Barb the elf in exchange for some chips.
  18. "Twelve Angry Hedgehogs": Hedgehog wants to win the Golden Science Badge but runs into some unexpected competition.
  19. "Spell Crusher": Hedgehog tries to get over a crush so she can regain her focus on magic.
  20. "The Library": The campers spend a rainy day at the library.

     Season 2 (Season 3) 
  1. "Meeting of the Minds": While Oscar helps Hedgehog find her wand, Susie tries to convince the Meeting of the Minds that Hedgehog isn't responsible enough for magic.
  2. "Ava's Yard Sale": To help Ava overcome stage fright, Hedgehog takes Ava's violin into her own hands, while Oscar calls in for some reinforcements.
  3. "Molar Moles": Oscar's fib about his last baby tooth alerts the Molar Mole Fraud Squad, and Hedgehog jumps to his defense at a kooky mole trial.
  4. "Tortilla Towel": After making Oscar's tortilla towel dreams come true, he and Hedgehog find that running a business is harder than they thought.
  5. "Acorn Graduation": Hedgehog endures her first magic lesson with Susie, while Oscar sets out to save her seat for a must-see event: Acorn Graduation!
  6. "Dungeon Doug": On a trip into the world of Dungeon Doug, Oscar and his dad find themselves on a father-son bonding mission.
  7. "Tub on the Run": While Hedgehog and Max scour the island in search of a missing tub, everyone is dying to know: are things weird between them?
  8. "Spotted Bear Stretch": On the eve of the Spotted Bear Stretch, Oscar and his pajamas are stuck at Susie's place as unwelcome house guests.
  9. "French Toasting": Lucy's suspicious behavior prompts Oscar and Hedgehog to investigate whether or not she's the kingpin of a secret society.
  10. "We'll Just Move the Stars": When an astrological mismatch threatens King and Puddle's wedding, Oscar and Hedgehog join them on a quest to ensure love conquers all.
  11. "Catacombs": Oscar, Hedgehog, Lucy, and Saxophone must return a yeti comb to its home to save the island from a really bad hair day.
  12. "Wild Hearts Can't Be Caboodled": Things get wonky when Oscar and Hedgehog use magic to get an edge on their fellow campers in the Rainbow Unicorn Badge contest.
  13. "The Later Pile": Hedgehog convinces Oscar to tackle an overdue errand — but this time, Oscar's procrastination habit has spooky consequences.
  14. "Honeydew Hatch": Oscar and Hedgehog enter Frozen Time to help Ramona grow time babies, but Ramona and Susie's broken friendship causes problems.
  15. "Light as a Feather": While Hedgehog braves her first witch coven sleepover, Oscar awaits a secret signal in case she needs to be rescued.
  16. "When Harry Met Barry": Faced with two potential husbands — burly Harry and sensitive Barry — Barb enlists Hedgehog and Oscar to help her weigh her options.
  17. "Oddjobs": Hedgehog and Oscar investigate problems at UMPS and meet the new intern, Oddjobs, who's a great friend but a terrible employee.
  18. "Tumble Dry Low": When Hedgehog's podcast blows up, she must decide whether to ride the wave of fame or stay true to her small but loyal fan base.
  19. "Just You and Me": The full moon finds Betsy withholding her big werewolf secret from Susie, who spends the night trying to figure out what her BFF is up to.
  20. "Glow Worm": While Hedgehog is off "werewolfing," a deflated Oscar has a therapy session with Shark that helps him realize the magic within him.

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