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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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Doctor Barber wants to chat with a man made out of candy.
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Flapjack's picture makes the front page of the Stormalong Sentinel, and K'Nuckles is so proud; Flapjack attempts to make Stormalong's most underappreciated comedian feel respected.
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K'Nuckles gets what he always wanted but can't get rid of it.
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K'nuckles takes part in the laziest man competition; Flapjack and K'nuckles plot to steal an old man's treasure chest.
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Bubbie's and K'nuckles' relationship comes to an end; advanced technology makes life a nightmare.
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Time passes K'nuckles by; never cry Sea Monster.
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Capt. K'nuckles wants to prove that he is a legitimate captain; Flap wants prove that he is a real adventurer.
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A portrait of K'nuckles leads to an adventure; K'nuckles takes Flapjack looking for a story without a happy ending.
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K'nuckles and Flap search an island of monkeys for a missing hat; Flap tries to break K'nuckles' addiction to candy.
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Flap and K'nuckles try walking in each other's shoes; Flap and K'nuckles take in a rich stranger.

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