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This high-octane animated series from creator Parker Simmons follows the adventures of Sheriff Mao Mao, a samurai cat with a hankering for derring-do who becomes waylaid in Pure Heart Valley along with his slacker best friend, Badgerclops. Led by King Snugglemagne, the Sweety Pies of Pure Heart are cute and cuddly, but otherwise pretty much helpless. Luckily, the residents have the heroic Mao Mao, oafish Badgerclops, and new adorable sidekick Adorabat to protect them from monsters, villains and all kinds of bad stuff.

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When Bao Bao returns and the King makes him his pet, Mao Mao must rescue his ex-partner.
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When Adorabat's spirit transcends her body during a meditation exercise, Mao Mao and Badgerclops have to figure out a way to return her to the real world.
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While stuck in a valley where everything is cute, a heroic cat, his badger partner and an adorable bat protect the citizens from evil.
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While stuck in a valley where everything is cute, a heroic cat, his badger partner and an adorable bat protect the citizens from evil.
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Badgerclops tires of his responsibilities at Sheriff's HQ and joins the Sky Pirates.
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Mao Mao tries to hide his love of cobbler.
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When the Sweetypies think the mythical Torbaclaun has come to Pure Heart Valley, Mao Mao tries to prove to them that it isn't real.
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Mao Mao's legendary, gigantic and critical father visits his son at his new job as sheriff.
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When they think each others' lives are easier, the heroes switch roles.
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Badgerclops smells, but Mao Mao and Adorabat don't know how to tell him.
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Mao Mao goads Orangusnake and the Sky Pirates into becoming truly terrible villains worthy of a legendary hero such as himself.
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Mao Mao faces off with Badgerclops in a competition to determine whether cooking and being a hero is an art or a science.
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Worried that his sword is a glorified consolation prize, Mao Mao sets out to prove the worth of his weapon.
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When bounty hunter Tanya Keys comes to town for Badgerclops, it's up to Mao Mao and Adorabat to save their friend, even if he's been on the wrong side of the law.
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When Mao Mao discovers that he is not as popular as Badgerclops and Adorabat, they decide to reinvent him as a kinder, cuddlier hero.
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Mao Mao puts the town in danger when he won't admit that he's sick.
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The gang decides to take part in the annual Thumb War competition, but a surprise forces Mao Mao to deal with the possibility of losing.
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Mao Mao's desire to be a legend drives him to keep topping himself.
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The gang struggles to get rid of the king when he becomes the new deputy for a day.
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Badgerclops adopts an abandoned monster, but some things are better left in the wild.
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When Mao Mao's old partner threatens the kingdom, his friends will need to learn about his past in order to protect the present.

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