To prove he’s brave enough to accompany Uncle Matt to Outer Space, Gobo leads the gang on a daring adventure to the Crevice of Solitude.
During a diving game, Red pressures Wembley to the point that he’s literally frozen in fear. A run-in with Junior Gorg changes Red’s perspective.
After a bizarre dream, Mokey decides to follow her “inner map” to a once-in-a-generation event, only to land in the dangerous Echo Chamber.
Boober feels painfully different after discovering his baloobius glows, but a visit from the majestic Archivist helps him embrace his uniqueness.
Wembley tries to make everyone happy on his birthday by doing the activities they suggest all at once, causing him to split into multiple Wembleys.
During the First Frost, Gobo and Wembley retrace the trek of a heroic adventurer and learn she may not be quite what they expected.
Jamdolin and the Troubadours visit the Rock for New Day’s Day. Boober wrestles with his anxiety when he finds himself at the center of the action.
The gang heads to Craggle Lagoon for their first vacation, but the lagoon’s water is gone. Inspector Red springs into action to find the culprit.
Determined to make the displaced Craggles feel at home in Fraggle Rock, Mokey insists on playing wild games with their new guests.
Fast-talking Doozer Jack Hammer picks Wembley as the spokesfraggle for the new (terrible) Doozer sticks. Wembley finds himself at a crossroads.
Red finds the pond is too full of goo to dive, so she tries zip-vining and hurts her baloobius. Mokey tries to help Red find a new outlet for her energy.
When Marjory falls ill, Boober is called to a special task: venture into the deep mountain of trash in order to heal her.