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The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

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A young boy who grew up inside a talking whale sets sail for magical Candied Island, accompanied by Capt. K'nuckles, a crusty old pirate.

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Flapjack decides to go into the sewers of Stormalong to find diamonds; Flapjack meets a strange man who brings combs to children in the night.
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Flapjack needs to protect K'nuckles; Bubbie and K'nuckles read Flapjack's private diary.
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Captain K'nuckles finds some giant legs and wants to keep them; Flapjack learns to make syrup on a visit to Maple Syrup Island.
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Flapjack tries to make a little brother; Flapjack helps Peppermint Larry with a new occupation after losing the Candy Barrel.
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Flapjack doesn't think he's in love with Sally Syrup, but hearts keep popping up all over; Flapjack and K'nuckles are tricked into rowing on Ben Boozle's ship; Ben makes Flapjack the boss, but this means he can never leave.

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