List of Monster Allergy Episodes

List Of Monster Allergy Episodes

The following is a list of episodes for animated television series Monster Allergy.

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List Of Monster Allergy Episodes - Season 2: 2008–2009
... December 27, 2008 (2008-12-27) 201 A new enemy, the Moog Magister, is planning to take the monsters in the Ancient Armory ... Clash, and Elena finds a baby Bombo she named Bombolo 28 "A Monster for Two" December 28, 2008 (2008-12-28) 202 A criminal named Scabby escapes from prison, while a Grunt named Grood escapes after Teddy accidentally ... Sluggos are causing the damage in order to free their fellow monsters 33 "Moog's Revenge" March 21, 2009 (2009-03-21) 207 Moog Magister ordered Emily to put a Metamorphic potion, one that affects only ...

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