The Perfect Show
Peabody & Sherman’s first show goes off the rails when celebrity-seeking neighbors won’t leave; Napoleon throws a temper tantrum to get his own dessert
Peabody tries to play an Irish jig while trapped in the elevator; Mozart blows his big piano audition and lands everyone in jail
Sherman begs Peabody to keep a Wolly Mammoth he names Captain Cools as his pet; Marco Polo wins three deadly noodle challenges to discover spaghetti
Handcuffs for a Song
Christine won’t release Peabody from handcuffs until he lets her sing; the Wright Brothers must get their plane back from a flock of angry birds
Sherman goes gaga when his favorite snack in the world, Guapo Taco Pudding, sponsors the show; beautiful Cleopatra turns out to be a belching queen
Peabody and Sherman accidentally create a Black Hole after skipping their chores; Winston Churchill runs away to hide in a baby nursery to avoid work
Sherman brings back a giant man baby after he loses a neighbor’s son in the WABAC; Blackbeard battles a bully pirate to get his mojo and beard back
Shelby, Peabody & Sherman’s biggest fan, accidentally gets sucked into the show; Queen Isabella falls for a scam and loses all her money
Peabody’s non-talking dog parents arrive for an unexpected visit; Galileo makes the world go dark when he crashes his spaceship and breaks the sun
Sherman’s scout troop, the Laser Robot Tiger Troopers, earn their merit badges on the show; Mark Twain’s gift for gab wins back his lucky typewriter
Favor For Christine
Christine pretends to host the show and marry Peabody to impress her successful twin sister; Lady Godiva hides in a cake and joins a drum circle
Sherman lets Mr. Hobson ride Captain Cools to beat Joan of Arc in a live joust competition; John Sutter creates a pig rush to discover the gold rush
Sherman accidentally finds the cure for a prehistoric bird flu turning everyone blue; Zeus’s team of titans face off against a gawky geek squad
Show on the Road / Catherine the Great
A malfunctioning machine strands Peabody, Sherman and their whole audience on the moon. Catherine the Great invents the world's first roller coaster.
Scrambled Eggs / George Stephenson
Sherman and Boogaz pair up as egg parents for a school project. Engineer George Stephenson needs Peabody and Sherman's help stopping a runaway train.
Big Top Peabody / Taj Mahal
Ringmaster Peabody and temporarily tattooed Sherman host a circus-themed show. Sweet Tune, Sherman and Peabody pursue a band of thieving monkeys.
World Records / Hotu Matu'a
Sherman is determined to set a world record. When Easter Island's famous statues come to life, it's clear that King Hotu Matu'a has something to hide.
Sherman From A to Zzzz / Akashi Shiganosuke
Sleepy Sherman struggles to stay awake during the show. Superstitious sumo wrestler Akashi Shiganosuke decides to become a Kabuki dancer instead.
Orchoptitron in Love / John Harrington
Orchoptitron is depressed because his girlfriend dumped him. John Harrington makes the 1500s smell a lot better when he invents the toilet.
Inside Hobson / Annie Oakley
Mr. Hobson accidentally eats a shrunken Sherman. Teenage Annie Oakley shows off her sharpshooting skills in the Old West.
Peabody's Diet / Ponce de Leon
Pudgy Peabody can't stop eating. Spanish conquistador Ponce de Leon is looking for the Fountain of Youth, but he has a very short attention span.
Secret Agent Sherman / Alexander Cartwright
A sophisticated spy shares his cool secret agent gadgets with Peabody. Alexander Cartwright invents baseball, but he keeps changing the rules!
Sherman Exchange Program / Charles Dickens
Sherman swaps places with an 11-year-old emperor from ancient China. Angry ghosts keep Charles Dickens from finishing his novel "A Christmas Carol."
Ruff Guyz / George Crum
Archaeologist Sherman digs up a secret from Peabody's past. Sherman and Peabody can't stop snacking on George Crum's tasty invention: the potato chip!
I Knew That Was Gonna Happen / Sacagawea
Nostradamus delivers a cryptic riddle on Family Fun Night. In 1805, Sacagawea helps Peabody and Sherman track down explorers Lewis and Clark.
The Perfect Show Again / Aristophanes
Cleopatra, Mark Twain and other disgruntled guests stage a protest during the show's finale. Aristophanes's jokes flop when his comic muse flees.
The Wrath of Hughes
When Peabody and Sherman kill comedy in Ancient Greece, they team up with their alter egos to defeat a cyborg version of Mrs. Hughes and fix history
Jump the Whale Shark
When Sherman’s friends crash the show for an impromptu beach party, he and his rival both do a trick jump over a whale shark to win over a girl
When Peabody and Sherman take an intelligence test, Peabody can’t believe he scores much lower than Sherman and desperately tries to figure out why
When Hobson gives Peabody and Sherman a weather-controlling device, they can't agree on a temperature and cause a massive storm flood in the Penthouse
When Peabody uses a brain-switching machine to let Sherman find out what it’s like to be grown up, Sherman likes it so much he refuses to switch back
When a meteorite crashes into the Penthouse, Sherman transforms into a superhero and things go from bad to worse when Hobson turns into a supervillain
When Sherman leaves a mess in the Penthouse, he and Peabody find a mouse and must catch it before it completely wrecks the show
Sweet Little Lies
When Sherman tells a lie, Peabody wants to teach him that honesty is the best policy but discovers it’s nearly impossible to always tell the truth
When Sherman invites Johnny Appleseed to the show to grow a forest and build his dream treehouse, Peabody tries to prevent a chaotic woodland invasion
THIS is Your Life?
When Sherman has to pick someone for his school project, he and Peabody help Hobson do everything on his life bucket list live on the show
When Sherman makes a million-dollar pledge to his school’s charity to win an awesome video game, he didn’t realize they actually expect him to pay
When Peabody and Sherman accidentally drink a mad scientist’s potion, they turn into hideous monsters and put on the spookiest and scariest show ever
Return of the Guapos
When Peabody and Sherman’s audience goes missing, they discover the Guapo Bros are hosting a rival late-night show in a Penthouse across the street
Return of the Guapos Pt. 2
The Guapo Brothers offer to give Peabody and Sherman their show back. But first, they'll have to capture Jesse James, Belle Starr and Genghis Khan.
Return of the Guapos Pt. 3
After the Guapos steal their show, Peabody and Sherman must track down 3 historical bandits running amuck in NYC.
Magic Heros/Gaius Maecenas
Sherman accidentally swallows Sweet Tune’s magic flute and gets a case of magical hiccups, creating complete chaos on the show.
Sherman’s Tooth/Voyager Gold Record
When Sherman wants to pull his loose tooth for Tooth Fairy cash, Peabody brings a historical dentist on the show. Sherman’s fear causes problems.
Gone Comic Gone/Harry Houdini
Sherman's missing comic book steals focus from a show about the Dewey Decimal System. Harry Houdini learns the art of restraint.
P-Bro/ First Canine Police Force
Peabody lets Agamemnon and his frat bros crash the show in an effort to impress them and join their fraternity.
Sherman's determined to win a high-stakes cheerleading competition. A wealthy emperor in West Africa won't stop making extravagant purchases.
Bring Your Kids to Work Day/Leif Erikson
Bring Your Kids to Work Day brings chaos into the studio. Famed Viking explorer Leif Erikson offends Odin with his sophisticated tastes.
Super fan Maria hosts the show when Peabody and Sherman get trapped inside Orchoptitron. Christine's meddling threatens to derail Mulan's destiny.
The Show’s the Thing / Peter Cooper
Famed playwright William Shakespeare refuses to cast Peabody in his dream role. Inventor Peter Cooper injects a little too much life into his gelatin.
Peabody’s Delivery / Joe vs P&S
It's a wild day in the studio when an angry koala eats an aboriginal guide. Peabody meets the sausage maker who inspired him to invent the WABAC.
Seen It / Edgar Allan Poe
A nasty heckler pushes Peabody and Sherman out of their comfort zones. A lovestruck Edgar Allan Poe can't seem to find his dark side.
The Perfect Perfect Show Again Again / Abraham Lincoln
The neighbors lobby to perform live on the last show of the season. Abraham Lincoln needs to get to Gettysburg ... but he doesn't know the address.
Mr. Peabody is the smartest man in the world who just so happens to be a dog. He built the WABAC, a time traveling machine, to share with Sherman all the knowledge and history of bygone eras; he started The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show to spend quality time with his son. Mr. Peabody is obsessed with delivering the perfect show each and every night.
Mr. Peabody’s energetic co-host and beloved adopted son, Sherman is an incredibly enthusiastic and unstoppable force who serves as the heart of the show - and sometimes the stomach! Sherman is the brainchild of numerous segments including audience favorite “Sherman’s Corner”.
Mr. Peabody’s and Sherman’s bubbly and boisterous downstairs neighbor, Christine is an aspiring actor-singer-dancer-model-celebrity. She is determined to break into show business and sees The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show as her ticket to fame and fortune!
The mysterious Arugula Hughes is the official Notary of The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show. It's her job to stamp every time travel envelope to make sure that the facts of the story are true. Mrs. Hughes doesn't speak much, but she says a lot with just a “harrumph."
Created by Mr. Peabody, Orchoptitron, the show’s all-in-one house band is a marvel of modern musical machinery and designed to mimic any type of musical genre. He was programmed with a bit of an attitude so don’t you mispronounce his name.
The anxious, meticulous and rule-loving general manager of Templeton Tower, Mr. Hobson demands his building be run by the book. Of course he’s always willing to let his “best friend”, Mr. Peabody, bend the rules for his show. “Just this once…”
Nobody’s quite sure how Sweet Tune came to be Mr. Peabody’s employee but his arsenal of magical flutes is constantly getting Mr. Peabody and Sherman out of scrapes and mishaps.