The BEST Episodes of Clarence (2014)
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: May 13, 2021
Network: Cartoon Network
The series revolves around Clarence, an optimistic boy who wants to do everything because everything is amazing.
#1 - The Big Game
Season 3 - Episode 12 - Aired Jun 7, 2017
#4 - Gilben's Different
Season 3 - Episode 19 - Aired Jun 20, 2017
Gilben's newly sprouted peach fuzz sparks a discussion about puberty that ultimately convinces Clarence to act more like an adult.
#6 - Rock Show
Season 3 - Episode 4 - Aired Feb 24, 2017
Chad’s band Dogmon, plays a show for the first time in years, giving Clarence and Mary a chance to really rock out.
#7 - Clarence's Stormy Sleepover Special - Episode 1: The Phantom Clarence
Season 3 - Episode 5 - Aired Jun 5, 2017
#9 - Tuckered Boys
Season 1 - Episode 43 - Aired Jul 22, 2015
The boys set up at Jeff's house to find a comet.
#11 - Hoofin' It
Season 1 - Episode 38 - Aired May 7, 2015
Everyone's excited for the annual Aberdale Greased Pig Chase, except for Clarence.
#12 - The Big Petey Pizza Problem
Season 1 - Episode 47 - Aired Aug 13, 2015
Jeff is concerned that his birthday party will be ruined after he finds out that Gilben is having a party at the same place.
#15 - The Boxcurse Children
Season 3 - Episode 13 - Aired Jun 8, 2017
#16 - The Tunnel
Season 3 - Episode 30 - Aired Jun 10, 2018
After Clarence accidentally knocks Belson’s new video game down a storm drain, Belson enters the large underground sewer tunnel to retrieve it. When Belson doesn’t return, Clarence must decide whether or not to go in after him.
#17 - Bucky and the Howl
Season 2 - Episode 27 - Aired Jun 23, 2016
Sumo Joins a musical and Clarence promotes the show, but Sumo catches stage fright on opening night.
#22 - Game Show
Season 2 - Episode 18 - Aired Apr 21, 2016
Clarence and Breehn play a game show at the Aberdale Mall.
#23 - Belson's Backpack
Season 2 - Episode 35 - Aired Nov 17, 2016
After an accidental backpack swap, Clarence discovers that Belson is hiding an artistic side and attempts to foster Belson’s creativity.