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Unikitty is the ruler of the kingdom, and her days are busy with royal responsibilities. While she is very interested in making sure her people are happy, Unikitty is not one to be crossed. She has made it her life's mission to rid the kingdom of negativity. Unikitty is a kitty and unicorn hybrid who is full of endless enthusiasm and full of creativity. She is known to get angry whenever someone makes her little brother and best friend, Puppycorn, upset. Also living in the castle with Unikitty is Dr. Fox, who is a scientist, Hawkodile, who is a trustworthy bodyguard, and a 1x3 grey Lego brick named Richard. Unikitty and her friends must prevent Master Frown from taking over the castle and spreading sadness and negativity.

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Hawkodile breaks his arm in a careless spill, then lies to his friends about the accident to keep from looking bad.
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A royal cat-unicorn hybrid works to rid her kingdom of negativity.
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A royal cat-unicorn hybrid works to rid her kingdom of negativity.
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Puppycorn needs a lesson on how to be cool and the gang is more than happy to help, until his coolness unexpectedly freezes the entire kingdom.
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After being bought at a charity auction, Hawkodile has to spend the day as a bodyguard.
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Unikitty helps Puppycorn learn the fun of growing up.
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Dr. Fox's invention allows the gang to interact with bedtime stories.
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While the gang takes turns telling scary stories to some trick or treaters, a full-scale alien invasion happens; Richard tells the trick or treaters that they will be getting granola bars with raisins instead of candy.
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After being rudely interrupted by Bim Bom, Unikitty writes down her feelings into a letter, but then accidentally sends it off.
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During a fireworks show, Unikitty and Master Frown become trapped in the horn of Unikitty Castle.
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Puppycorn joins an underground hot dog eating contest called Weiner Club.
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Puppycorn is sick of being seen as the little brother and wants to grow bigger than Unikitty so that he will be taken seriously.
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Brock gets blamed when Master Frown starts to ruin parties to earn a promotion from his bosses, the Doom Lords.
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When a giant monster attacks the Unikingdom, the gang fights back with Dr. Fox's secret weapon, a mega robot.
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Unikitty vows to return Master Frown's head to his body, but she must attend to her princess duties first.
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When a blizzard hits the town, Master Frown tries to ruin everyone's fun by pretending to be a magical snowman.
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When Richard eludes her on Hide n' Seek Day, reigning champ Unikitty stops at nothing to hunt him down.
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A mysterious person arrives, claiming to be family, and Hawkodile is convinced that it's just Master Frown and Brock in a donkey costume.
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The gang is unwittingly placed inside Dr. Fox's brain and must help her with a risky experiment.
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The gang must play through the Score Creeper's twisted fantasy game.
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Richard's friends try to help boost his newspaper sales.

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