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An FBI agent, his partner, his niece and her cowardly dog investigate supernatural phenomena.

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Branski keeps waking up inside of an egg.
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Chubbie Webbers, posing as a hot streets agent, must save the universe.
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The Hot Streets gang heads to Snake Island to investigate a rift in space; French gains the ability to control snakes.
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Jen grows an umbilical cord; Branski talks about apples; there are mummies.
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Earth is under siege by Hot Streets; Jet Jr. gets pregnant.
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Branski is forced to leave Hot Streets.
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Soo Park returns to take down Jet Jr.
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French enters the Intergalactic Cock Fighting Championship; Jen ponders a question.
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The Hot Streets gang goes to camp.
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The team becomes digitized to enter an alien missile headed toward Mars.
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Jen teams up with a former nemesis to save a benevolent bug queen.
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Chubbie Webbers must confront his dark past.
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Branski enters a space race to win back the Earth's moon.
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Hot Streets gets a new boss; French finds himself stranded on an island full of Hot Streets clones.
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The Hot Streets gang faces its toughest opponents yet.
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Branski must broker a peace treaty between humans and an underwater race, the Vek.
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The Hot Streets gang time-travel to the Old West to fight Black Bart.
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Jen journeys underground to solve an impossible puzzle.
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French must grow 300 feet tall to fight a monster.
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Branski, Jen, and Chubbie Webbers enter Nursery Rhyme Land to rescue French.
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An FBI agent, his partner, his niece and her cowardly dog investigate supernatural phenomena.

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