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A trio of fish -- brothers Milo and Oscar, along with dramatic goldfish Bea -- attend school in an aquarium in a pet store. They cope with the usual trials of teens, like dating, friendship, sports and school issues, along with some more unusual things, like giant lobster attacks and field trips to hamster cages.

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Oscar discovers his college dreams and aspirations are put in jeopardy because of his lack of extracurricular activities.
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Oscar attempts to get Milo to change his careless ways and to see the importance of recycling; Randy Pincherson gives Milo some money so he can join Oscar and Bea at the Brandon Bubbler concert.
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Principle Stickler lets the students design the school homecoming parade float.
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Bea might be Homecoming Queen but she finds out her parents are going to be chaperones.
aired 8 days ago
Mr. Baldwin wants to propose to Ms. Lips, but she's leaving on vacation to Flip Flop Island for the summer.
aired 9 days ago
It's her first ski adventure outside of the tanks and Bea is excited to learn how to ski; Milo and his friends get the brilliant idea to turn the Hokey Poke into an age-appropriate dance club.
aired 10 days ago
When Koi feels pressure to fit in, she lets the girls believe that she did something daring.
aired 11 days ago
Oscar and Shellsea are paired up when Mr. Baldwin picks teams for a science project.
aired 15 days ago
Oscar volunteers to give Esmargo a ride; Albert's crush makes him tongue tied.
aired 15 days ago
Milo discloses that Baldwin has a crush on Ms. Lips; Milo promises Bea a lock of her favorite pop star's hair for her birthday.
aired 16 days ago
Oscar reveals his supersecret science-fair project; Bea works at Soggy's Pretzels.
aired 16 days ago
Milo wants to show Oscar one last night of freedom.
aired 17 days ago
Bea and Oscar plan the cruise of a lifetime; a cattlefish drive.
aired 17 days ago
Oscar looks for the perfect tie, but Milo gets kicked out of the store.
aired 18 days ago
Bea doesn't want to slow down her busy life after she breaks her fin. She makes a deal with Randy.
aired 18 days ago
Bea's parents won't let her go to a party with her friends, so she lies to them and sneaks out. When the party gets out of control, Bea's in trouble; Bea's mom finds her old doll in the attic and gives it to her.
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Oscar gets a new girlfriend.
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Milo and Oscar send a holiday request to Fish Santa when they need help throwing a Christmas party; Bea volunteers to take Jocktopus' place on the football team after he pulls off his arms.
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The gang sees the Yeti Lobster on a camping retreat; Randy spoils a movie for everyone.
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Bea helps Oscar discover who his secret admirer is.
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Jocktopus and Piranhica break up make everyone at school miserable.

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