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"Fish Brain Parasites" is a movie that focuses around fish getting brain parasites from aliens that live on a distant planet. Milo forces Bea and Oscar to stay up with him to watch the movie. After it finishes, Milo gets scared that fish brain parasites will get him in his sleep and stays up all night. After watching the movie, Oscar gave it a bad review online. Principal Stickler has got the movie on tape.
In the episode, Bea's yearbook photo turns out horrible, and Clamantha, the yearbook editor, won't let her re-take the photo. Bea enlists Milo to help her to retrieve the photo - while Oscar distracts Clamantha - by going on a date with her.
"The Tale of Sir Oscar Fish" is the fifteenth episode of season 1 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on December 17, 2010 on Disney Channel, paired with "Hooray for Hamsterwood". It was written and storyboarded by Ian Wasseluk and directed by William Reiss.
In the episode, Oscar has an accident and wakes up in what he believes is his fantasy novel where he meets medieval equivalents of everyone at Freshwater High. It gets dangerous when Oscar takes on a deadly mission against a dragon and realizes that this is no fantasy – it's the real thing.
"Oscar is a Playa" is the twenty-first episode of season 2 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on June 22, 2012 on Disney Channel. It was written and storyboarded by Ian Wasseluk and directed by C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss.
In the episode, Oscar offers to take Esmargot to the Hokey Poke, but gives off the wrong impression to her, making Esmargot think that Oscar was hitting on her. The girls set up a sting operation to catch him red-handed, but their plan backfires, and must find a way to save Oscar's relationship with Angela before its too late.
In the short, Oscar wants to ask Bea to the dance, but has algae stuck in his braces. He uses his toothbrush to clean it off, but it flies across the classroom and ends up covered in goo, lipstick and earwax.
"Brothers' Day" is the twenty-fifth episode of season 2 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on July 20, 2012 on Disney Channel. It was written and storyboarded by Derek Evanick and Diana Lafyatis and directed by C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss.
In the episode, after seeing the Joe brothers get into a huge fight, Milo gets nervous that one day that might happen to him and Oscar, so he creates a holiday dedicated to celebrating their friendship. Meanwhile, Bea winds up in detention with a relationship troubled Jocktopus and Piranhica.
"Science Fair Detective Mystery" is the fifteenth episode of season 2 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on April 13, 2012 on Disney Channel. It was written by Neal Dusedau, storyboarded by Joe Johnston and directed by C.H. Greenblatt and William Reiss.
In the episode, after years of science fair mishaps, Oscar is finally ready to reveal his super-secret science fair project. Unfortunately, it gets stolen and his grade - and sanity are on the line. To keep their friend calm, Bea and Milo decide to play detective and scour the Freshwater halls for clues and suspects. They use their mystery drama detective skills to interrogate and find out what really happened to the "most amazing science fair project the school has ever seen".
Fish Hooks (listed on iTunes as Disney Fish Hooks) is the first Fish Hooks video game. Fish Hooks is a free game for iOS, developed by Graveck, that was released on August 15, 2012 on the New Zealand and Singapore app stores and on August 16, 2012 on the rest of the App Stores. It is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd, 4th and 5th generations) and iPad. It requires iOS 4.0 or later.
Players have to help Milo and other fish to complete a challenge by helping them reach the exit in just a bubble, while collecting apples along the way.
Fish Hooks is an underwater physics-based adventure puzzle starring Milo the fish and a host of his aquatic friends from Freshwater High. You assume the role of Milo and must master the art of making and popping bubbles to successfully navigate the treacherous waters of Randy's diabolical design. You will have to float, fall and fling yourself through the mazes to advance, all while maneuvering with the precision of a ninja (well, the fish version of a ninja. While you're in a bubble.) Perfect timing and puzzle solving skills are essential if you want to avoid the increasingly difficult obstacles and master all of the underwater moves you'll need to win. Have you got what it takes to BE THE BUBBLE?
"Doris Flores Gorgeous" is the fourth episode of season 1 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on October 1, 2012 with "Underwater Boy" on Disney Channel. It was written and storyboarded by Derek Evanick and directed by William Reiss.
In the episode, Oscar creates a fake girlfriend, Doris Flores Gorgeous, when he thinks everyone else at Freshwater High is dating, but things go wrong when Bea and Milo want to visit her in Fish Niagara Falls, forcing Oscar to see just how far he's willing to go with his lie.
"Underwater Boy" is the fifth episode of season 1 of Fish Hooks. It originally aired on October 1, 2012 with "Doris Flores Gorgeous" on Disney Channel. It was written and storyboarded by Alex Almaguer and William Reiss as well as Maxwell Atoms who also directed the episode.
In the episode, Milo begins to envy the athletes and tries out for the football team hoping to claim their glory, but he gets the lamest part of all: water boy.
Freshwater High is a high school for fish in Bud's Pets. It is un-ideal school for teen fishes. The principal is Nurse Fishington, who used to be the assistant to the former principal, Stickler. It is set over at least three floors, all of which with tons of lockers. The teachers consist of a woodshop teacher, a gym teacher, a drama teacher and a multi-subject teacher. The school has a lot of clubs, a football team and a basketball team.
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