Gasp!

September 2015
14:00

Season 1, Episode 45 (To Catch A Fish)

3.0 48 x
Chaos ensues when Gasp installs a burglar alarm to prevent Weykeysha from stealing Ginger's clothes and all it does is make life miserable.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 44 (Pry Fishy)

3.0 30 x
Gasp feels left out when he discovers he's the only one in the Denton household who doesn't have anything private.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 43 (Puppy Love)

3.0 65 x
When the pets realise Dogbox has a crush on TV's Flippy The Seal, they set out to write a fan letter that will convince Flippy to visit.
13:00

Season 1, Episode 42 (Carp Crusader)

3.0 39 x
Gasp reinvents himself as superhero, 'The Carp Crusader', then finds it hard to come up with heroic deeds that need doing.
13:00

Season 1, Episode 41 (Loch Jaws)

3.0 46 x
Gasp sets about creating a horror-themed tourist attraction in the back pond when Ginger's upset that the family can't go to funworld this year.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 40 (All The Glory)

3.0 44 x
Gasp gets so caught up in winning an online game against Fred that he almost blows his cover.
15:00

Season 1, Episode 39 (Fish Tales)

3.0 62 x
When Gasps reads Ginger's journal and becomes convinced she can be a famous author, he stops at nothing to expose her genius to the masses.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 38 (Beware Of The Carp)

3.0 45 x
Gasp employs an increasingly wacky security system to keep out a bandit, not realising it's just Dad trying to get back in.
14:00

Season 1, Episode 37 (Funny Fish)

3.0 72 x
Gasp works on the same joke, telling it over and over in numerous ways, until the pets have to laugh just to get him to stop.
13:00

Season 1, Episode 36 (Vactastic Voyage)

3.0 27 x
Gasp is worshipped as a god by a mite tribe inside the vacuum cleaner while the pets try various ridiculous ways to get him out.
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