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When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.

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aired 1,065 days ago
When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.
aired 1,088 days ago
When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.
aired 1,088 days ago
When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.
aired 1,119 days ago
When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.
aired 1,146 days ago
The kids are playing an astronauts game which inspires Robbie to move to the moon in order to get away from Sportacus and the noisy kids.
aired 1,147 days ago
A suspicious inspector arrives after a valuable crystal is stolen from the museum.
aired 1,148 days ago
Robbie creates a robot clone of Stephanie which says horrible things about the LazyTowners.
aired 1,149 days ago
When a chef teaches the gang how to cook healthily, Rotten plans a way to get rid of him.
aired 1,150 days ago
Sportie helps the town prepare for a birthday party.
aired 1,151 days ago
Pixel invents a new helmet that can make people invisible.
aired 1,152 days ago
The gang joins Mayor's scout group and goes on a scavenger hunt.
aired 1,152 days ago
When 8-year-old Stephanie moves to LazyTown to live with her uncle, she encourages her new friends to go outside and play, instead of sitting inside playing video games. Her efforts are aided when her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, asks for the help of superhero Sportacus, who urges denizens of LazyTown to stay fit and healthy and eat "sports candy"( otherwise known as fruits and vegetables). Villain Robbie Rotten works to thwart their efforts, preferring LazyTown citizens to be quiet and lazy. Watching the town from his underground lair, Robbie may actually be the busiest person in LazyTown as he works to inflict laziness on his neighbors.
aired 1,153 days ago
While preparing for LazyTown's medieval festival, Mayor Meanswell tells the LazyTown children the story of the famous Blue Knight and his rival, the Purple Knight.
aired 1,154 days ago
Steph wants to give Sportie a surprise.
aired 1,155 days ago
A new museum opens in LazyTown and the kids donate their valuables; Stingy asks Sportacus to donate his crystal but once Robbie finds out, he steals it.
aired 1,156 days ago
Robbie orders a robot which out-hero's Sportacus, so the kids will follow its lazy advice rather than Sportacus's.
aired 1,157 days ago
Robbie hopes to trap Sportacus inside an Egyptian pyramid.
aired 1,158 days ago
Robbie creates his own dream team to capture Sportacus.
aired 1,159 days ago
Trixie pretends to be a ghost and scares her classmates.
aired 1,160 days ago
Inspired by a puppet show, Robbie disguises himself as a fortune teller to make the kids believe there will be no Sportacus in the future.
aired 1,161 days ago
The kids listen to a story about a troll at a sleepover.

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