How can you tell if the Smurf you’re talking to is the Smurf you think you’re talking to, or if it’s actually Gargamel in disguise? That’s right — spill your secrets!
Clumsy flies a plane to get out of everyone’s way. Then, a monkey replaces Brainy as Papa’s assistant.
A Smurf wants respect so Vanity gives him a Papa Smurf makeover. Then, Reporter Smurf loses control of his newspaper to Jokey. Yellow Journalism ensues.
Chef cooks for Ogres when Brainy writes a negative review. Dimwitty and Clumsy try to prove their worth by babysitting Baby.
It’s a genre day for The Smurfs, with aliens and superheroes here to Smurf things up!
Hefty and Scaredy put on dresses to avoid Papa Smurf’s wrath. Jokey is accidentally duplicated and the joke gift boxes are exploding everywhere.
The existence of a traffic light and a crosswalk in Smurfs Village opens the door to more Smurfs Lore. Then, a monkey lands in the Village and it’s cuteness and mischief overload!
The budget has kicked in. “Knight Smurfalot” reuses sequences from previous episodes. It’s pretty blatant. “Forget Me What?” re-uses a prop from the 1980s series, but in a completely different way.
Blossom steals Storm’s mojo and goes power mad. Can she contain the Smurfs forever? Then, Gargamel puts a spell on Grouchy that backfires spectacularly.
Jokey’s attempt to speed up the Snail Race leads to him tracking the snails down. Then, Lily’s waffles are more popular than Chef’s, so he tries to steal her recipe!
A superhero team of the least likely Smurfs assembles to rescue the Village from Gargamel. Clumsy learns to cook from Chef and everyone gets sick.
Dimwitty finds an egg and is thrilled to become its surrogate father. Then, the Smurfs are due for a fashion makeover, but the design competition is fierce.