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Barely escaping the sudden destruction of their home world, Thundera, Lion-O and the ThunderCats crash land on the mysterious and exotic planet of Third Earth, home to the evil Mumm-Ra and a bizarre host of other creatures and villains.

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Barely escaping the sudden destruction of their home world, Thundera, Lion-O and the ThunderCats crash land on the mysterious and exotic planet of Third Earth, home to the evil Mumm-Ra and a bizarre host of other creatures and villains.
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Snarf leaves the Cats' Lair to get a needed vacation by transforming into a normal cat and hanging out with a nice old lady on a farm.
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Lion-O and the other ThunderCats are thrilled to meet a new Thunderian; she's good at fighting robots and thinks Lion-O and his Sword of Omens are really neat.
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Lion-O is tasked with mapping the beaches of Third Earth, which leads to him somehow draining the oceans of all their water.
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Lion-O "accidentally" releases criminals from a space prison and winds up on the wrong side of the law.
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Cheetara is the fastest living person in the universe until Monkian beats her in a race; Cheetara attempts to find something else to be the best at, while the rest of the ThunderCats try to find out how Monkian got so fast.
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Feeling unappreciated by the other ThunderCats, Tygra starts hanging out with Mumm-Ra and cleans his Black Pyramid.
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Super tough, super buff Warrior Maidens overrun Third Earth, and the ThunderCats are next on their hit list; the ThunderKittens must save the day, even though they are so small and the Warrior Maidens are so big.
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Vultureman steals the idea for a new invention from Panthro and uses it to take over Third Earth.
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A crying unicorn appears at the Cats' Lair and tells the ThunderCats that all of her unicorn friends have been captured; Tygra thinks he's just the unicorn expert to help the last of the unicorns.
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Panthro becomes fed up with having to constantly fix things around the Cats' Lair, which proves to be a problem when an unstoppable drilling robot plans an attack.
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Lion-O wants to prove to the ThunderKittens that he's not just some boring old adult like Tygra, even if it means ignoring his instincts and messing with an obviously evil crystal.
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Lion-O gets hold of the last jar of Thundersnaps, the best cookies Thundera had to offer; a difficult-to-open cookie jar sends Lion-O and Cheetara chasing down a legend.
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Fleeing the destruction of their home planet Thundera, Lion-O and the ThunderCats land on the mysterious world of Third Earth along with their enemies, the Mutants of Plun-Darr.
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Lion-O is playing with Snarf and doesn't have a care in the world; unfortunately he's accidentally stomping on the miniature village of the Micrits.
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The ThunderCats have gotten so good at defeating the Mutants of Plun-Darr that it's basically become routine; that all changes with the arrival of the Mutants' old leader Ratar-O.
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While minding her own business, Cheetara is caught in a trap set by Safari Joe, the famously annoying hunter; she escapes and rallies the other ThunderCats to help her stop Joe.
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Fighting bad guys all the time exhausts the ThunderCats, so Lion-O suggests they spend a relaxing summer fun day at the beach.
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After a battle with the Mutants, Jackalman gets confused and accidentally returns to the Cats' Lair with the Thundercats.
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While flying with his new invention, Panthro hits it off with new friend Barbastella, the Queen of the Bats.
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Jaga, the ghost of the ThunderCats' mentor, visits the Cats' Lair after being freed from the Astral Plane and explains why their home world of Thundera exploded.

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