Four teenage heroes-for-hire warp through the universe to save adorable aliens and their worlds using the power of their emotions.
When the Bravest Warriors receive mysterious gifts from the See-Through Zone, they must use their wits to unlock the door to the greatest secret. In this season finale, there promises to be more emotion, Catbug, and delicious peanut butter squares than ever before.
Beth and her horse find their way into the See-Through Zone where Beth decides to save her father, who has since become known as "Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips" in his service to the evil Aeon Worm.
In the second part of the two part finale, Beth, Danny and Wallow face off against Ralph Waldo Pickle Chips and the Aeon Worm!
In the first part of a two part finale, hamsters flee from the invisible hideout and the Bravest Warriors need to figure out what the heck is going on! Wallow receives a Falcon Mod, Danny steps it up and Beth kicks butt!
Breaking the laws of physics, Wankershim has left the Holo-John and is now taking up residence in NeoMars Park... and he's growing at an exponential rate. Meanwhile, an old friend returns to share with Chris a vision of the future, and to tell the Bravest Warriors that it's ALWAYS been Wankershim.
When the Bravest Warriors discover Catbug has been stealing 'treasures' during their interplanetary adventures, Chris takes it upon himself to teach him right from wrong.
In a shocking encounter, the Emotion Lord returns to help the Bravest Warriors in destroying the firebugs' hive. That is, if he doesn't get them killed first. Chris learns about fate, the future, and the importance of vitamin B-12. Remember to take your vitamins, kids!
"Butter Lettuce" Dark abomination of the Wet Mounds of Nardacorn, Chris is taking his sweet time in the bathroom! As Chris, Wallow, and Danny hog the Holo-John with their fantasies, they prevent a certain member of the Bravest Warriors team from getting a fresh start to her day.
Chris returns home from the Parasox Pub, but arrives on Mars ten years too early. With his powers out of control, he is discovered by a young, unitard-clad Danny, who is more than enthusiastic about nurturing him back to health.
To save a divided race of cute little aliens, the Warriors fly to their planet where Himmel is the only hope for peace. But when Wallow's unscrupulous attitude about hooking up with aliens destroys the kingdom's chance for peace, he is sentenced to death.
While spending the evening in the city with Plum, Beth is in turmoil over who she loves more: Chris or Danny, lamenting how either decision will tear apart the Bravest Warriors. Back home, in the meantime, the group is being torn apart by interdimensional phantasms.
After a relaxing day by the lake, the Bravest Warriors make an extraordinary—and attractive—new friend. As the boys vie for her attention, Impossibear finds a mysterious stick that sprouts unforeseen consequences from Chris's forehead. Chris discovers that with great power, comes great responsibility—but also lots of emotion.
When the rest of the gang won’t party with him, Danny invents a whole crew of RoboPartyAnimals with no ‘off’ buttons—and they’re down to fight for their right to get down.
In the early morning hours Chris and Danny fly from the Bravest Warriors Invisible Hideout on a mission of the utmost importance... to buy cereal for Beth. Chris must comfort a Martian chef with daddy issues and return to his best friend for their jinx-iversary.
Emotions run high on the Bravest Warriors' ship when Danny contracts Zgraxxis fever and Wallow must perform surgery. Meanwhile, a mysterious old man has appeared, distracting everyone from the task at hand. Chris must contain his anger and save Danny, or else put all of his friends in mortal peril. Also, Beth has a tail.
The hour has come at last! Danny has constructed a time machine so he can finally seek revenge on the low gravity hacker lads who never let him join in any of their hacker games. He reveals the truth behind his dark, disgusting past, while the team learns that revenge is a meal best served cold... and kinda barfy.
The Bravest Children come across a potential brain sucker, growing in Beth’s Dad’s garden and causes Wallow to become highly suspicious. You can’t fool his dolls! But this doesn’t bode well… Wallow needs their help!!
These are the facts: the Bravest Warriors are on a bus. Their destination: somewhere. Their goal: ... something. Wait, who are the Bravest Warriors, anyway? The team must remember their identities before they crash into the NeoMars Convention Center. Things looks pretty grim for the Bravest Whoevers, but at least they have plenty of bread.