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The following is a complete list of all of Spikehead's appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!, along with other information regarding his role in each episode:

Spikehead's appearances in Kirby: Right Back at Ya!  
Episode Image Role Role details Selected quote Notes
A Blockbuster Battle
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead accompanies Kirby and his friends in helping Kirby find a place to live after it becomes clear that he needs one. While he is present in most of the subsequent scenes involving Kirby, Spikehead has no distinctive input on the proceedings aside from occasional remarks. After Kirby's attempts to find employment in Cappy Town are all sabotaged by King Dedede, Escargoon, and Tokkori, Iro is among those who help build Kirby a treehouse out in the countryside. He also watches as King Dedede rolls up in his Armored Vehicle and destroys the treehouse, then watches the subsequent battle between Kirby and the monster Blocky. After all this, it is implied that he helped along with the others to build Kirby's new house, and is there for the housewarming at the end of the episode. "Okay, it's your turn, Kirby
Beware: Whispy Woods!
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead appears alongside the other Cappies to protest King Dedede's destruction of Whispy Woods Forest and replacement with a country club. "But is it okay with the forest gone?" Spikehead's lines are cut from the 4Kids dub, so this line was translated from the Japanese version.
Un-Reality TV
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen a number of times in this episode, starting in the first scene when he arrives with Kirby and the other kids to check in on Tiff. He is later recalled by his parents to see the new television given to them by King Dedede, and is later seen watching the shows and becoming hypnotized by the programming to get rid of Kirby. (hypnotized) "Kirby must go away!"
Kirby's Egg-Cellent Adventure
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead follows Tiff and the others as they survey the damage done by Dyna Blade's arrival in Dream Land, and later follows Tiff as she tries to help Kirby evade Dyna Blade's wrath after Kirby is presumed to have eaten the giant bird's chick. Spikehead has no particular role in the proceedings, but is present with the group for most of the episode. "It sure is weird."
Curio's Curious Discovery
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen in the gathered crowd of Cappies that come to look at Professor Curio's archaeological "discoveries', and which later run from the monster Dedede Stone. (no dialogue)
The Fofa Factor
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen in the crowd of Cappies who have been messed with by Slice n' Splice for King Dedede's amusement, having had his body replaced with that of a sheep. (unintelligible, mixed with other members of crowd)
Hail to the Chief
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Secondary character In this episode, Iro joins Tuff and the other kids in his scheme to cause mischief around Cappy Town in order to get the people to recognize how important Chief Bookem is for keeping the peace. Iro later joins Chief Bookem and Tiff when they drive to the Booma-Dooma Volcano after King Dedede and Escargoon, who had inadvertently taken Tuff and Kirby with them. He watches as Chief Bookem attempts to rescue Tuff from the volcano's caldera, and later helps back up Chief Bookem along with the other Cappies when King Dedede finally tries to fire the chief. "But the chief fell asleep!"
Cappy New Year
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen with the other Cappies as they try to set up a New Year's festival with fireworks and light floats, though he and Iro are more interested in playing with the fireworks than actually helping much. Later on, however, when King Dedede is attacking Kirby using his own weaponized floats, Spikehead helps Tuff set the Escargoon float alight and destroy it. "We're missing out on all the fun!"
Kirby's Pet Peeve
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Secondary character Spikehead appears several times in this episode alongside Honey and Iro. When he and the others play a bit too rough with Kirby, Tiff is prompted to get Kirby a playmate more suited to his size, and picks out a robot dog for him to play with. When Spikehead and the other kids see Kirby interacting with the new toy, they begin to grow jealous, which is further compounded when the toy spits pineapple juice at them in a misguided attempt to protect Kirby. Later on, he, Honey, and Iro conspire to abduct the robot and then start messing with it, which causes the robot to enter self-defense mode and zap them all. Spikehead is last seen with Honey and Iro outside of Kirby's House when King Dedede and Escargoon show up to try and take Kirby's robot dog for themselves, and warns them that the toy is dangerous and only likes Kirby. "I never saw a dog do that before!"
The Thing About the Ring
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead is seen briefly with Iro as they walk down the street of Cappy Town with lollipops. When Kirby comes running through looking for Sir Ebrum's engagement ring, Spikehead and Iro hide their lollipops in the fear that Kirby might eat them, but Kirby just runs between them instead, still intent on looking for the ring. "Look, it's Kirby!"
Flower Power
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be briefly seen in this episode alongside Honey and Iro as they watch Tiff depart alone with an unconscious Kirby into Babagahara forest to look for the Pukey Flower. (no dialogue) Paired closely with the other Cappy Kids in his only scene.
Here Comes the Son
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be briefly seen mingling with the other villagers in Cappy Town right before Knuckle Joe rushes in looking for Kirby. (no dialogue)
Dedede's Snow Job
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen a few times with Kirby and the kids, first playing on the beach when the strange shift in weather begins. Later, he can be seen marveling at Dream Land's unprecedented blanketing in snow, snowboarding with the other Cappy kids, and then having a snowball fight with the others when Chilly shows up. "Hey Tiff! King Dedede's giving out something called snowboards!"
Ninja Binge
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be briefly seen alongside Honey and Iro dressed as ninjas shortly after the ninja fad in Cappy Town begins, and later on when the town is trying to capture Benikage. "You're supposed to throw at the target!" Appears close to Honey and Iro in the only scenes he's in.
Escargoon Rules
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen in the crowd that observes the arrival of Escargoon's mother into Cappy Town. (no dialogue)
Labor Daze
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be briefly seen in this episode being given a worker's uniform by King Dedede and Escargoon to work in their new factory. (no dialogue)
A Spice Odyssey
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Tertiary character Spikehead appears alongside Honey and Iro to observe the opening of Monsieur Goan's restaurant. Later, Spikehead can be seen eating at the restaurant with the other two, and is among those who becomes influenced by the sorbet to try and eat Kirby. "I'm gonna ask for a triple scoop!"
Hatch Me If You Can
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead accompanies Tuff and Iro to check in on Kirby the morning he finds the mysterious egg in his nest, and later leaves Kirby to tend to the egg by himself when it starts to rain hard. After the egg hatches into Galbo, Spikehead and Honey are walking along a country path with lollipops and offers one to Kirby, who gives it to Galbo, but then Galbo eats Spikehead and Honey's lollipops as well. "Yeah! Its mouth takes up its whole face almost!"
Abusement Park
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead is present with Kirby and company as they attend King Dedede's amusement park and then are subsequently isolated and trapped in the castle and subjected to deadly traps disguised as rides. Despite accompanying this group for much of the episode, Spikehead has little in particular to do aside from the occasional remark. "Where are we, Tiff?"
A Dental Dilemma
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen briefly next to Honey and Iro as they watch in amusement while Escargoon is having his teeth drilled by Doctor Yabui. (no dialogue) Appears close to Honey and Iro in the only scenes he's in.
Junk Jam
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen rolling around with a junk tire after seeing Kirby do it. "Me too!"
A Recipe for Disaster
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen in the audience of Cappies that come to Castle Dedede to see Chef Shiitake's cooking. (no dialogue)
The Kirby Derby - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead appears in a number of scenes to comment with the others on the upcoming race hosted by King Dedede. "I heard this car's really a space ship!"
The Kirby Derby - Part II
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead appears alongside Honey and Iro to act as the pit stop crew for Kirby's vehicle during the race. They are later replaced in that role by Sword Knight and Blade Knight. "We'll fix it!"
Watermelon Felon
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead appears alongside Honey and Iro to help distribute Tiff's newspaper to exonerate Kirby from the fake crimes King Dedede is trying to pin on him. Later on, Spikehead appears in the crowd gathered behind Kirby when they come to return King Dedede's newspapers to him. (no dialogue)
A Novel Approach
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Tertiary character Iro makes a couple appearances in this episode. He is first seen in the group listening to Tiff while she reads them the new bestselling book "Pappy Pottey and the Fool's Stone". He later appears at the impromptu "magic school" at Castle Dedede in a robe and is witness to Kirby's battle against the Broom King. "Who cares about that junk! Just tell us how the story ends!"
Escar-Gone
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead appears briefly with Tuff, Honey, and Iro in town when they run into Escargoon, who none of them recognize due to the effect of the monster Erasem. (no dialogue)
Prediction Predicament - Part I
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Tertiary character Near the start of this episode, Spikehead can be seen with Kirby and the other kids hanging out at Castle Dedede and sharing lollipops. "That's not fair!"
Prediction Predicament - Part II
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen with Honey and Iro in the crowd that admonishes King Dedede for building a giant gold statue to himself in the town instead of the playground he promised. Later on, Spikehead can be seen with his parents huddled in the castle court when the asteroid is about to hit Dream Land. During this scene, Iro's father forces Iro to confess to Spikehead that he stole food and blamed it on him. In return, Spikehead admits to Iro that he peeked during their last hide and seek game. "Uh, Iro? The last time we played hide-and-seek, I kept peeking! Forgive me?"
Sheepwrecked
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Tertiary character At the start of this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen listening to Tiff tell them the story of The Boy who Cried Wolf. Much to Tiff's bemusement, none of them understand the moral of the story. "When's the part where they trap the wolf?"
War of the Woods
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Secondary character In this episode, after hearing Whispy Woods' request to help Acore, Spikehead accompanies Tuff, the other kids, and Kirby in their misguided efforts to protect the old sleeping tree by fighting with Rick and his animal friends who call Acore their home. After realizing the trouble they've caused, Spikehead helps the others protect Acore from King Dedede's attack and later helps brace Acore against the storm and flood that threatens to sweep the tree away. "He's not in real good shape!"
Scare Tactics - Part I
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead attends the "spook out" being hosted by the Cappies in the woods near town. He and Honey agree to traverse the spooky woods together, having taken the implication from the elder Cappies that doing so might strengthen their feelings for one another. Unfortunately, the moment something spooky pops out, Spikehead immediately abandons Honey and runs out of the woods, leaving her to have to fend for herself. Later on, the entire town becomes convinced that there are real ghosts in the woods due to King Dedede's pranks, and they all run for the hills. "I'll protect you, Honey!"
Tourist Trap
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Tertiary character Spikehead appears alongside Honey and Iro near the start of this episode, playing with Kirby and his friends when they are interrupted by alien tourists. Honey is not seen much after this point. (no dialogue)
Cartoon Buffoon
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead is present to look at Tiff's flipbook drawings. He is later among those who get recruited into working on King Dedede's cartoon, and ends up helping with drawing characters. "A producer? What does a producer do?"
Don't Bank on It
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen in a couple places in this episode, as he and other Cappies are recipients of Dedede Dolls. He follows their lead in the episode's proceedings. "Do you think these really are lucky?"
Kirby Takes the Cake
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro help the rest of the Dream Landers set up Kirby's surprise anniversary. They are later present at Kirby's celebration itself and watch him battle Dangerous Bomb. "That's true."
Snack Attack - Part I
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are among the most avid collectors of the new choco-capsule toys being sold by Gangu and Tuggle. During the craze, they all get a bit rowdy with each other and the other kids to try and get the best toys, while also giving the actual chocolate to Kirby. In particular, Spikehead can be seen angrily arguing with his mom to let him buy more capsule toys. Later on, when King Dedede introduces his own line of choco-capsule toys, Spikehead and the others are eager to buy up these as well, and all later set the toys out on the windowsill at night when instructed to do so by Channel DDD broadcasting. Under the moonlight, these toys grow into monsters and attack everyone in town who bought them. "Gold armor? I bet that knight's a really important Star Warrior!"
Snack Attack - Part II
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro start out under attack by the figure monsters along with everyone else in town. Later, they come to the coliseum to watch Kirby fight the Martial Arts All-Stars on their behalf. "How do they make 'em grow up like that?!"
Sweet and Sour Puss
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Tertiary character In this episode, Honey, Iro, and Spikehead appear with the others in town when Escargoon drives in and shows everyone King Dedede's strange new calm pacifism. The children proceed to play on and paint King Dedede's Royal Racecar to see if it'll bet to him, but it does not. Shortly after, Gangu brings a box of toy hammers and has all of them whack King Dedede on the head with them. In addition to using it, Spikehead also jumps on King Dedede's head. "Love?" This dialogue appears only in the Japanese version, so it is translated from that version.
A Half-Baked Battle
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Tertiary character Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are present during the various pie battles against King Dedede and later the monster Belly Buster. "They're cheating!"
eNeMeE Elementary
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead is present with the other kids who are painting graffiti on Castle Dedede while singing a song mocking the King. Later on, Spikehead is forced to go to school at the new Dedede Academy and is subject along with the rest of the class to various punishments by the teachers possessed by Teacher Creature. *singing* "Unless of course you hear him snore, then Dedede starts to roar!"
The Meal Moocher
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen with his parents watching King Dedede's new game show on Channel DDD. "Can we eat?"
Fitness Fiend
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen in the crowd with their parents watching a comically obese King Dedede get carried to Doctor Yabui's clinic. "Really? What's that?"
Mabel Turns the Tables
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro join Tuff and Kirby in helping Samo make Mabel's predictions come true. Later on, they all follow Mabel to the coast when everyone else believes her to be a genuine prophet. "This is gonna be fun!"
Something to Sneeze At
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can briefly be seen with the other Cappies and just like the others is sick with the seasonal cold. *coughs*
The Kirby Quiz
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead can be seen in the audience for The Kirby Quiz show. (no dialogue)
The Chill Factor
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen a few times reacting to the Pengys who have arrived in Dream Land. "These Pengys actually think this stuff is funny."
The School Scam
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro return to the Dedede Academy as students, hopeful that with Tiff leading the teaching it will be better than last time, but instead their experience is hampered by the arrival of Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk. The three Cappy kids are forced to endure the various pranks that these hooligans pull on Tiff and the other teachers, as well as the abuse hurled at the students themselves. Spikehead can later be seen pleading with his mom to not force him to go back to school after Tiff is forced out. He and the others later watch as Tiff and then Kirby fight off Dirk, Kirk, and Smirk and then destroy the school once again. The episode ends with all three back at Tiff's outdoor classroom, though they have all fallen asleep to her lesson. "My notebook is getting soaked!"
Delivery Dilemma
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro help Chef Kawasaki run his new delivery service by getting the orders to the various customers around town. "We'll be in charge of delivery?"
Trick or Trek
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro accompany the group that Tiff leads into the countryside for their nature tour, which later turns into a survival expedition after the group get stranded in part due to King Dedede and Escargoon's actions. Shortly after, they are trapped by a massive wildfire that King Dedede and Escargoon inadvertently started, but are saved when Tornado Kirby puts out the flames. "This is boring!"
Buccaneer Birdy
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are playing a ball game, and when the ball gets stuck in a tree, they ask Tokkori nearby to toss it back to them, but Tokkori instead kicks it away into Chef Kawasaki's face. Later on, Spikehead can be seen in the crowd that goes after the treasure that Tokkori is supposedly the inheritor of. "Hey, Tokkori!"
A Whale of a Tale
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are with the group that comes to see the whale, and later gets on board King Dedede's ship which gets eaten by the whale. Once the whale lets everyone out and the other Cappies leave, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro stay behind with Kirby and co. to witness King Dedede trying to turn the whale into a personal submarine and then get thwarted. "Wonder how come he swam all the way here?"
Waddle While You Work
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are trying to get free reading of comic books in Biblio's bookstore, but are shooed out by a Waddle Dee employee on Biblio's order. (no dialogue)
Dedede's Raw Deal
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro attend Chef Kawasaki's new revolving sushi bar. After the first day, however, they are scolded by their parents for trying to take too many plates due to them realizing how expensive it is, and soon lose interest in going back. "I can't choose!"
Fossil Fools - Part I
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are helping Professor Curio dig for fossils at his excavation site. Later on, after King Dedede opens his dinosaur themed amusement park in Babagahara, the three Cappy kids board the riverboat along with the others. "All we do is dig and dig!"
Fossil Fools - Part II
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are among the tour group that get attacked by Doctor Moro's Chimera Dinosaurs and syringe mosquitoes. Despite the latter, however, no dinosaur clones of the three Cappy kids are ever made. Despite being present with the group for the duration of the episode, none of the three Cappy kids have much input in the proceedings. (no dialogue)
Dedede's Monsterpiece
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen participating in Tiff's art activity in the middle of Cappy Town before that is destroyed by King Dedede and his Waddle Dees. Later on, the three Cappy kids attend the Royal Acadddemy of Arts, hoping to submit their creations to the museum, but instead have a look with the others at the alien art exhibit and pose in front of some of the art pieces. "Yeah! I'm gonna enter my painting!"
Goin' Bonkers
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro accompany Tiff, Tuff, and Kirby as they track down Bonkers. They soon leave the scene after Bonkers reveals his desire to train to be a Star Warrior under Kirby's tutelage. "Train with Kirby?"
A Trashy Tale
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro accompany Tuff and Kirby as they play ball in town, and after accidentally kicking a ball into a window, they soon start to discover how bad all of the adults in town are at keeping their homes clean, and grow upset over their hypocritical attitude about cleanliness. The lot of them soon discover the abysmal state of the Bookem household in particular, but soon learn the reason why from Buttercup, though they are unable to stop King Dedede from discovering this and making a public mockery of the Bookems. Spikehead, Honey, and Iro back Tiff and Tuff up when they try to explain the situation to the townsfolk, but they are interrupted when the monster Trash Basher attacks. "Tuggle! There's rotten food everywhere!"
Teacher's Threat
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are present as students in Mr. Chip's class at the Dedede Academy. They are witness to all of the events that happen in the classroom, including Kirby's fight with Rekketsu. "Yeah! Just like Mr. Chip said it would!"
Mumbies Madness
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead and Iro are playing a ball game with Tuff and some other kids when they accidentally kick Kirby into Professor Curio, who is acting strangely distant and hostile while pulling a wagon with a wrapped object atop. Later on, Spikehead and Iro join Tuff in breaking into Curio's house to see what it is, and discover that it is where the monster Mumbies goes to sleep during the day. The two boys don't appear again after this point in the episode. "A mummy?"
A Sunsational Puzzle
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen briefly in this episode playing outside with the other Cappy kids, Tuff, and Kirby. He is severely sunburnt like the others. "We don't have to do chores anymore!"
A Chow Challenge
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Tertiary character Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen in the audience that gathers to watch the cooking contest between Chef Kawasaki and Chef Nagoya. (no dialogue)
Waste Management
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen out in the countryside trying to draw with Tiff when birds under the influence of Crowemon start to gather and then attack them. "That's weird."
Shell-Shocked
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are among those who try to help find Escargoon a temporary replacement shell to wear while his main one gets fixed up. They go to Mayor Len Blustergas's villa and collect wool from one of his sheep for that purpose. "Hey, know what? Escargoon has a shell!"
Tooned Out
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are present with the others at the Police HQ when they are trying to pitch cartoon ideas to Biggy, Boney, and Sleepy. (no dialogue)
Born to Be Mild - Part I
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Tertiary character Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be briefly seen in the audience in the stadium where the Dream Landers are racing against Fang. (no dialogue) Spikehead appears close to Honey and Iro in the only scenes he is in.
D'Preciation Day
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Tertiary character Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen in the crowd gathered to celebrate Mayor Len Blustergas near the start of the episode. "Happy Mayor Blustergas Appreciation Day!"
Cowardly Creature
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Secondary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro are among those who first see the escaped monster Phan Phan running into Cappy Town. Later on, they accompany Kirby and the others when they try to make friends with Phan Phan, and are attacked when the monster clown Whippy takes control of Phan Phan. They watch as Kirby gains the Throw ability and defeats Whippy, allowing Phan Phan to return to normal. "Look out below!"
Air-Ride-in-Style - Part I
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Tertiary character Spikehead can only briefly be seen in this episode, as one of the crowd that gathers in Cappy Town to watch the Destroya arrive in Dream Land. (no dialogue)
Cappy Town Down
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro accompany the crowd that follows Meta Knight to the Halberd, but are later scared off when they hear Meta Knight's plan of attack. Later, they can be seen commenting on Kit Cosmos when he arrives in Dream Land to help Kirby and his friends take on Night Mare Enterprises. "You live on that island!"
Fright to the Finish
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Tertiary character Spikehead can be seen in the gathered crowd watching the sun rise over Dream Land at the end of the episode. (no dialogue)
Kirby 3D
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Tertiary character In this episode, Spikehead, Honey, and Iro can be seen playing with Tuff in Dream Land when Kirby runs by being chased by Lobzilla. (no dialogue)