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This series, a new take on the classic "Peter Pan" story, follows the Never Land adventures of a group of child pirates -- Jake, Izzy and Cubby -- as they try to outwit Captain Hook and Smee. The show features original music performed by the Never Land Pirate Band.

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Peter Pan returns to Pirate Island for Jake, Izzy, Cubby and Skully to help find his lost shadow.
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It's Winter Treasure Day but Hook has stolen the tree and all Jake and his friends' presents; Hook, Jake and their crews join forces to have fun in the snow, seeking the Snow Treasure.
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Jake's puppy pal runs off with one of Captain Hook's boots; Jake and his crew come up with a fun song that Hook does not like.
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Jake, Izzy and Cubby set off to find the Golden Pumpkin; Captain Hook dresses up in a disguise.
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Capt. Hook captures Jake and crew's lookout parrot; Jake and crew must save Skybird Island from falling.
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Only Jake's sword can open a mystery stone door; a game of pirate baseball.
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Jake and his crew help Skully's new bird friend; Mr. Smee enlists the help of Jake, Izzy and Cubby to plan a treasure hunt.
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Jake and his crew help the underwater creatures who live in the coral cove; Jake and the crew work to get their gold doubloon-filled treasure chest back.
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Captain Hook takes Jake and crew's golden egg; Jake, Izzy and Cubby play a game of pirate football.
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Jake's crew receives a large wooden elephant as a gift; Cubby and Izzy teach Jake how to dance.
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Jake and his crew rescue Brightly; Peter Pan's map-in-a-bottle lands in the mouth of the Crocodile.
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Jake and Captain Hook work together to find who is stealing treasure; Cubby and Skully must challenge Captain Hook after he steals the legendary emerald coconut.
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Jake and his crew find a rare flower; Captain Hook nabs Marina's pet starfish.
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Captain Hook mistakes the crew's map; a race to the top of Skull Rock.
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Jake and his crew must travel to Rainbow Falls; Captain Hook rounds up all of the seahorses.
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Cubby discovers a clue to the legendary treasure of Captain Fisher; Hook takes off with Cubby's goldfish.
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Captain Hook swipes Jake, Izzy and Cubby's bicycle; Captain Hook has stolen a soccer ball.
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Captain Hook swipes Izzy's puzzle box; Jake, Cubby and Izzy use their pirate teamwork skills.
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Jake, Izzy and Cubby throw a birthday party for their parrot; Captain Hook runs off with Izzy's boomerang.
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Jake, Izzy and Cubby race Hook to retrieve their kites; Captain Hook tries to borrow Jake's pirate ship Bucky.
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Jake and his crew race to get their healthy snacks; Hook challenges Jake and his crew to a basketball game.
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Hook takes off with Jake's skateboard, so Jake and the crew chase after him to get it back.
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Jake and his crew set out to return Captain Hook's hat; Jake and his crewmates try to recover Jake's guitar.
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Jake, Izzy and Cubby protect their secret hideout; Izzy finds a beautiful seashell on the beach.

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