Season 4, Episode 1 (38th overall)
Written by Andy Rheingold
Episode guide
Takes a Knockin' and Keeps Tick-Tockin'

"Sasquatch-ercise" is the 38th episode of KaBlam!. It is the first episode of the fourth season.

Segments Edit

Henry and June: Henry and June, who are overweight, receive a memo reminding them of the annual KaBlam! Physical Fitness Test. If they don't pass the test, they are forced to retire as hosts of the show.

Action League Now! - "The Naked and The Dumb": The Action League are forced to take an exam to see if they can remain in the group after the events in court, and The Flesh is the only one to fail, being forced to turn in his badge. As the League pleads with Bill the Lab Guy for Flesh to retake the exam, they begin trying to teach him, but all plans go awry. Can Flesh, with no knowledge whatsoever in his empty skull, pass the retake?

Henry and June: Richard Simmons arrives to help Henry and June exercise.

Prometheus and Bob - "Tape 404, Softball": Prometheus teaches Bob how to play the game of softball.

Henry and June: Henry and June are in aching pain, so they suggest to Richard Simmons that they eat something. Richard agrees until Henry and June resumes to eating junk food.

Life with Loopy - "Alternative Hamsters": Loopy's hamster, Edison, accidentally turns into a giant and she must find him before Edison wrecks havoc.

Henry and June: Henry and June do pull-ups and Richard is proud until he sees that they're standing on Mr. Foot.

Emmett Freedy: Emmett accidentally gets a piece of cereal on his head and everyone thinks he has lice.

Henry and June: Henry and June realize that they passed the test for standing the punishment (getting crushed by safes), while Richard now goes back to doing exercising with Mr. Foot.

Trivia Edit

  • Richard Simmons voices his titular character in this episode.
  • This is the only episode where Henry and June are "overweight". To fit this, the theme song also has Henry and June obese.
  • The ending theme is not the regular "Everything You Said Was a Lie" song. Instead it is different.
  • Some of the figures used in Emmett Freedy were later used in the stop-motion segments for The Amanda Show.