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The following is a list of episodes of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, in chronological order.

Season 1 (1985)Edit

The series premiered on NBC's Saturday morning line-up and would remain there though its fourth season.

# First segment Second segment Airdate
1 A New Beginning September 14, 1985
2 The Sinister Sculptor Zummi Makes it Hot September 21, 1985
3 Someday My Prints Will Come Can I Keep Him? September 28, 1985
4 A Gummi in a Gilded Cage October 5, 1985
5 The Oracle When You Wish Upon a Stone October 12, 1985
6 A Gummi by Any Other Name October 26, 1985
7 Loopy, Go Home A-Hunting We Will Go November 2, 1985
8 The Fence Sitter Night of the Gargoyle November 9, 1985
9 The Secret of the Juice November 23, 1985
10 Sweet and Sour Gruffi Duel of the Wizards November 30, 1985
11 What You See is Me Toadie's Wild Ride December 7, 1985
12 Bubble Trouble Gummi in a Strange Land December 14, 1985
13 Light Makes Right December 21, 1985

Season 2 (1986)Edit

From season 2 onward, some 11-minute segments originally aired mixed with repeats; when the show was distributed internationally, the segments were combined into standardized half-hour combinations.

# First segment Second segment Airdate
14 Up, Up, and Away September 13, 1986
15 Faster Than a Speeding Tummi For a Few Sovereigns More September 20, 1986
16 Over the River and Through the Trolls You Snooze, You Lose October 4, 1986
17 The Crimson Avenger October 18, 1986
18 A Hard Dazed Knight Do Unto Ogres October 18, 1986
October 25, 1986
19 For Whom the Spell Holds October 25, 1986
20 Little Bears Lost Guess Who's Gumming to Dinner? November 15, 1986
21 My Gummi Lies Over the Ocean November 29, 1986

Season 3 (1987)Edit

# First segment Second segment Airdate
22 Too Many Cooks Just a Tad Smarter September 12, 1987
23 If I Were You Eye of the Beholder September 19, 1987
24 Presto Gummo A Tree Grows in Dunwyn September 26, 1987
25 Day of the Beevilweevils October 3, 1987
26 Water Way to Go Close Encounters of the Gummi Kind October 10, 1987
October 24, 1987
27 Snows Your Old Man Boggling the Bears October 31, 1987
October 17, 1987
28 The Knights of Gummadoon December 5, 1987
29 Mirthy Me Gummi Dearest December 12, 1987
December 19, 1987

Season 4 (1988)Edit

# First segment Second segment Airdate
30 The Magnificent Seven Gummies September 10, 1988
31 Music Hath Charms Dress for Success September 17, 1988
32 A Knight to Remember Gummies Just Want to Have Fun September 24, 1988
33 Color Me Gummi There's No Place Like Home October 1, 1988
October 8, 1988
34 He Who Laughs Last October 15, 1988
35 Tummi's Last Stand The Crimson Avenger Strikes Again October 29, 1988
November 5, 1988
36 Ogre Baby Boom The White Knight November 12, 1988
November 19, 1988
37 Girl's Knight Out Good Neighbor Gummi December 3, 1988
38 Top Gum December 10, 1988
39 Gummi's At Sea December 17, 1988

Season 5 (1989-1990)Edit

The series moved to ABC in the fall of 1989, where it aired with The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh as part of Disney's Gummi Bears/Winnie the Pooh Hour.

# First segment Second segment Airdate
40 The Road to Ursalia September 9, 1989
41 Let Sleeping Giants Lie A Gummi a Day Keeps the Doctor Away September 16, 1989
42 Life of the Party Bridge on the River Gummi September 30, 1989
September 23, 1989
43 My Kingdom for a Pie The World According to Gusto October 7, 1989
October 21, 1989
44 Ogre for a Day November 4, 1989
45 Princess Problems A Gummi is a Gummi's Best Friend November 18, 1989
November 11, 1989
46 Beg, Burrow and Steal December 16, 1989
47 Return to Ursalia January 6, 1990

Season 6 (1990-1991)Edit

The sixth and final season premiered as part of The Disney Afternoon. The order and airdates presented here correspond to the first airings of the new episodes on TDA. Three of these were 11-minute episodes, "Friar Tum", "Zummi in Slumberland", and "A Recipe for Trouble", which each aired in the U.S. coupled with a segment from a previous season; here, each of them is listed by itself. However, in international markets, season 6 was presented in a different order than in the U.S., and these segments were grouped together into two half-hours (with "Friar Tum" being coupled with the leftover season 5 segment "Never Give a Gummi an Even Break"). This is why some episode guides list "Friar Tum/Never Give a Gummi an Even Break" and "Zummi in Slumberland/A Recipe for Trouble", which is how the episodes were presented internationally. (Also, though most consider the two-part "King Igthorn" story to be the series finale, and it comes last in the international episode order, six more episodes premiered after it in the U.S., over a two-week period in February 1991.)

# First segment Second segment Airdate
48 A Gummi's Work is Never Done September 10, 1990
49 Friar Tum Never Give a Gummi an Even Break September 12, 1990
December 9, 1989
50 Tuxford's Turnaround September 18, 1990
51 Toadie the Conqueror September 19, 1990
52 Zummi in Slumberland A Recipe for Trouble September 25, 1990
November 6, 1990
53 Patchwork Gummi September 26, 1990
54 Thornberry to the Rescue October 19, 1990
55 Once More, the Crimson Avenger November 5, 1990
56 Queen of the Carpies November 15, 1990
57 True Gritty November 19, 1990
58 King Igthorn - Part I November 27, 1990
59 King Igthorn - Part II November 28, 1990
60 Tummi Trouble February 14, 1991
61 Rocking Chair Bear February 18, 1991
62 Trading Faces February 19, 1991
63 May the Best Princess Win February 20, 1991
64 Wings Over Dunwyn February 21, 1991
65 The Rite Stuff February 22, 1991

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