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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.

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The gang enters a go-cart race; Grim gives Billy a bookworm to eat to help him pass a test.
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Billy and Mandy tell Grim it is Opposite Day and that, when they say something, they really mean the opposite; due to his difficulty understanding the concept of Opposite Day, Grim has to do Mandy's chores.
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The Grim Reaper wants a hamster's soul; a bear gets a criminal's brain.
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Mandy has a crush on a boy and seeks Grim's help to get over it; Grim comes to life after being sick.
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Grim misses his life as the reaper of souls and, due to his bet, he cannot return to the Underworld, much to the hilarity of his Underworld co-workers; having a sudden epiphany, Grim decides to be good and help people.
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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.
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Grim has a crush on a goth girl; Nergal takes a liking to Billy's aunt.
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Grim befriends Mindy, who is Mandy's archenemy; Billy and Mandy go to Toadblatt's School of Sorcery.
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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.
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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.
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Monsters on playing cards are brought to life; Billy enters Irwin in a dog show after Irwin becomes a werewolf.
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Hector unleashes a stink ray; Billy and Mandy are kidnapped; Cod Commando tries to destroy the stink ray.
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Eris returns and recruits Billy in a plot to spread chaos worldwide.
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Nergal, the fiend from the center of the Earth, returns to the surface with a carnival in tow.
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General Skarr accidentally walks through Major Doctor Ghastly's devolving ray and begins to revert to his primitive forms; Billy, Mandy, Grim and Pud'n are part of the Person Scouts and need to sell cookies in order to win a badge.
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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.
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Two young kids become best friends with the Grim Reaper.
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Mandy rules the world in the future; Billy and Mandy must share the same bedroom.
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Billy steals Grim's bad book; Hector and his gang ambush the North Pole; Mandy goes away for the weekend.
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Billy develops a growth on his back; a time travel experiment takes a bad turn; Billy has a run-in with the school bully.
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Brownie-loving zombies attack.

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Billy and Mandy are a mismatched pair of youngsters who befriend the Grim Reaper after winning a limbo contest against him. Since the Grim Reaper lost, he has to be their friend, and the three go on adventures together. Between school, family and visitors from the spirit world, Billy and Mandy sometimes need help to clean up the messes they get themselves into, and that's where Hos Delgado comes in. Hos and the Grim Reaper are not friends, and with Mandy's bossy nature and Billy's curious attitude funny escapades ensue.
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