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Aired just ??? months after the premieres of Mickey Mouse Works and Sabrina: The Animated Series, here is all of Season 1 of Disney's Cybil and Judy, run between October 9, 1999 and April 1, 2000. This is the second show to feature the 1998 Peter Hannan Productions logo, with the first being CatDog on Nickelodeon. This is also the only season to be Hand Colored and Traditionally Cel Animated.

Episode 1: A Sibling's Life

Synopsis

  • This is the story of how Cybil and Judy Herrison (Tara Strong and Grey Griffin) were born and how they formed a sibling pair, while encountering Frederick Geraldsworth (Nancy Cartwright), Cherrie Andrews (Maggie Blue O'Hara) and fewer students in Heartford School.

Trivia

  • Released on October 9, 1999.

Episode 2: Assisting The Assistant

Synopsis

  • We are introduced to Cybil's geeky love interest, Jennifer Sewerd (Kath Soucie) and her friends Debbie Fitzsimons (Pamela Adlon) and Valerie Crowford (Maria Bamford), as they assist each other for the science fair. Her little 5-year-old sister Lydia (Chantal Strand) and her parents Josie and Oliver (Candi Milo and Mark Hamill) also appear.

Trivia

  • Released on October 16, 1999.

Episode 3: Precious Melodies

Synopsis

  • Judy is to show Lori Kutcher (Nika Futterman), Hilda Jordan (Pamela Adlon) and Michelle Linnox (Nicole Oliver) a Fur Elise melody on the piano.

Trivia

  • Released on October 23, 1999.

Episode 4: Cybil and Judy's Halloween Story

Synopsis

  • Nigel and Rachel Pourter (Nancy Cartwright and Lauren Tom) join Cybil, Judy and their friends for Halloween mayhem.

Trivia

  • Released on October 30, 1999.

Episode 5: Baseball Blues

Synopsis

  • Trevon Ridley and Aaron O'Hara (Courtland Mead and Spencer Breslin) join Cybil and Frederick for a baseball showdown against Christopher Andrews (Danny Cooksey) and his three friends Wart Pugsley (Ian James Corlett), Thomas Avalon (Carlos Alazraqui) and Richard Spoon (Rino Romano).

Trivia

  • Released on November 6, 1999.

Episode 6: A Treachery For Jennifer

Synopsis

  • Jennifer meets her rivalry when a snobby girl in Heartford High, Audrey Claire (Jennifer Hale), shows up under the orders of her mother Violet Claire (Wendie Malick).

Trivia

  • Released on November 13, 1999.

Episode 7: Cooking The Cooks

Synopsis

  • Cybil and Frederick must cook dinner for Frederick's younger sister Olivia (Nika Futterman) and father Philip Geraldsworth (Patrick Warburton), under the orders of Chef Arthur Malone (Bill Farmer).

Trivia

  • Released on November 20, 1999.

Episode 8: Thanksgiving For Cybil and Judy

Synopsis

  • Cybil and Judy celebrate thanksgiving with Janet and Craig (April Winchell and Jeff Bennett), so were other families.

Trivia

  • Released on November 27, 1999.

Episode 9: The Robbery

Synopsis

  • Marilyn Heinz, Gary Caulfield, Spencer Rotgers and Jared Marshall (Pamela Adlon, Jason Marsden, Billy West and Rickey Collins) join Cybil for a case of a robbery that happened in Heartford High.

Trivia

  • Released on December 4, 1999.

Episode 10: Seeking Strength

Synopsis

  • Cherrie's 14-year-old brother Christopher "Chris" Andrews trains his older sister under the orders of Coach Homer Burton (Jim Cummings).

Trivia

  • Released on December 11, 1999.

Episode 11: Doll In The Dumps

Synopsis

  • Similar to the Rugrats episode, The Seven Voyages of Cynthia, and the Dexter's Laboratory episode Down In The Dumps, Jennifer and Valerie accidentally send Judy's doll, Lulu, into a garbage truck, resulting in her heartbreak. So they go in search of her with Debbie following them.

Trivia

  • Released on December 18, 1999.

Episode 12: Cybil and Judy's Christmas Party

Synopsis

  • Cybil, Judy and their friends celebrate Christmas.

Trivia

  • Released on December 25, 1999.

Episode 13: New Year's Day For Cybil and Judy

Synopsis

  • Cybil, Judy and their friends mark their new year.

Trivia

  • Released on January 1, 2000.

Episode 14: Touring The Tour

Synopsis

  • Marilyn and Debbie become tour guides when Melissa Hill (Kath Soucie) retires.

Trivia

  • Released on January 8, 2000.

Episode 15: Clock Collisions

Synopsis

  • A Mouse named Cheesy (Frank Welker) raids Rachel's room and abducts her. Nigel has to save his sister from his rat army.

Trivia

  • Released on January 15, 2000.

Episode 16: Bent To Silliness

Synopsis

  • After Cybil is bitten by clown dentures, he becomes a laughing clown, and only Judy can use her mime skills to snap her brother back to normal.

Trivia

  • Released on January 22, 2000.

Episode 17: Jennifer and The Mariachi

Synopsis

  • Jennifer is into Mariachi music when Maritza Cortes (Rosie Perez) comes to Heartford High and declares a Mariachi concert with Promesas No by Graciela Beltran.

Trivia

  • Released on January 29, 2000.

Episode 18: Debbie's Cleaning Duty

Synopsis

  • Debbie has a lot of cleaning to do. However, she finds a frog named Bully (Jim Cummings) who wants to intoxicate everything with toxin power.

Trivia

  • Released on February 5, 2000.

Episode 19: Valentine's Day For Cybil and Judy

Synopsis

  • It is Valentine's Day and Cybil is cupid's helper to make Jennifer fall in love with him. Meanwhile, Judy falls in love with Gregory Parsley (Matt Hill).

Trivia

  • Released on February 12, 2000.
  • The first time Cybil wears nothing but an adult diaper, and makes Jennifer fall in love with him.
  • The first time where Cybil and Jennifer kiss each other, as well as their Listen To Your Heart dance.
  • Also, Judy got her first kiss from Gregory.

Episode 20: Cherrie's Little Muddle

Synopsis

  • Cherrie runs away from home after her father Bernie (Jim Cummings) disciplines her for ruining his motorcycle. She soon crosses paths with a thug named Jed (Cal Dodd).

Trivia

  • Released on February 19, 2000.

Episode 21: Digging Onward

Synopsis

  • An Archaeologist named Brandon Logan (Patrick Warburton) takes Cybil and Frederick to an underground odyssey.

Trivia

  • Released on February 26, 2000.

Episode 22: Guitar Played

Synopsis

  • Kara Hartman (Candi Milo) and Karen Hudson (Ashley Johnson) are coming over for a guitar play, and Jennifer has the skills to join them and Rachel for an acoustic cover of Jump Down by B*Witched.

Trivia

  • Released on March 4, 2000.

Episode 23: Coming To The Scene

Synopsis

  • Mala Myra (Candi Milo) causes trouble for everyone.

Trivia

  • Released on March 11, 2000.

Episode 24: Just A Work

Synopsis

  • Janet's boss Roger Blake (Ron Perlman) has come over to do her work.

Trivia

  • Released on March 18, 2000.

Episode 25: Fight For The Power

Synopsis

  • The Power has gone in an outage, but luckily Cybil has a power plant manager Cory Melvin (Clancy Brown) restore the lights while they were exploring.

Trivia

  • Released on March 25, 2000.

Episode 26: April Fools, Cybil and Judy!

Synopsis

  • It's April Fools day, and Cybil and Judy get pranked by Christopher and Cherrie by a reason.

Trivia

  • Released on April 1, 2000.

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