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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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When Puppycorn's favorite toy goes missing, Unikitty and Hawkodile team up to track down the thief; when things get tough and the case goes cold, their partnership and friendship are put on the line.
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Unikitty takes on the persona of Batman and begins to fight crime; when she accidentally causes Master Frown to step up his crime game, she needs the help of her friends to stop him.
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Unikitty and her friends have an exciting day at their favorite amusement park, but Frown and Brock are there to ruin their good times and drive everyone out.
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After their spaceship explodes, Unikitty and the gang float helplessly through space; as they try to formulate a plan that will get them home safe, they flash back to how each of them is responsible for their ship being destroyed.
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The gang prepares for an awesome weekend of glamorous, easy-living camping out in fun, friendly nature; Hawkodile believes camping should be a fight for survival in the hostile woods and challenges the others to tackle the wild.
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While Unikitty and the gang try to get Puppycorn over his fear of swimming in the deep end of the pool, Master Frown and Brock hatch a plan to ruin everyone's fun by pulling the pool's plug.
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When Hawkodile admits his love for Dr. Fox, Unikitty and the gang become his love gurus to help him confess his feelings for her; unfortunately, Unikitty's grand plans for the perfect moment of love complicates everything.
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Puppycorn loses his first tooth and Unikitty's excited for her little bro because he'll get a visit from the legendary Tooth Fairy, but when the Tooth Fairy is a no-show, Unikitty and her friends take on the mantle and responsibilities.
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On a mission, Hawkodile finds some defenseless chipmunks that imprint on him; the bird bodyguard takes it upon himself to become their sensei and teach the younglings his warrior ways, but Unikitty worries his training is too intense.
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It's time for the gang's yearly vacation, but Hawk refuses to go, claiming the gang's vacations are never fun for him because the others are terrible at vacationing; Hawk only agrees to go if the gang passes his intense vacation training course.
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Dr. Fox leads the gang on a mission to save the kingdom by flying a rocket to an approaching asteroid and blowing it to bits with a huge bomb; after they arrive to blow it up, the gang finds the lonely asteroid is actually a really nice guy.
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The gang plans a surprise for Puppycorn and spells things out when talking so he won't find out; Puppycorn finds a magic book that he thinks will help him learn to spell, but unbeknownst to him, it teaches him how to cast spells.
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When boredom levels in the castle hit dangerously high levels, Dr. Fox conveniently introduces her P.L.O.T. Device to make life more exciting; Richard warns that this might be dangerous, but no one listens.
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After an excessive spending spree, the Golden Goose tells the gang it won't give them any more golden eggs until they learn the value of money; following Rick's advice to save money, the gang opens a cookie shop to make money on their own.
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When the kingdom runs out of inspiration, Unikitty decides to inspirit the citizens with a riveting game of kickball.
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Richard decides to take Unikitty and the gang for a pleasant and relaxing 10-hour road trip; unfortunately, their idea of fun is not Richard's, and he soon begins to give in to his inner road rage.
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When Toast disappears from Unikitty's party, she leads a search to find him and expose the toast-napper.
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Brock drags Master Frown along to join him in following his dream to become the Flyer on a cheerleading team; the duo teams up with Unikitty and the gang and go head-to-head against Really Old Edith and her rival cheer team of meanies.
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The gang takes an airplane trip together, with Hawk at the helm taking his captain's license test; Richard is terrified of flying, so Unikitty and Puppycorn spend the flight trying to help him conquer his fear of flying.
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Puppycorn witnesses Unikitty doing the most embarrassing thing ever and vows he will never forget it; when Unikitty uses Dr. Fox's memory machine to erase Puppycorn's memory of the event, she accidentally releases all of Puppycorn's memories.
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In an attempt to cheer up the citizens, Unikitty and the gang load a rainbow into a tanker truck with the intention of releasing it over Frowntown, but must avoid the marauding Master Frown in his monster truck to succeed.

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