This fresh take on a beloved cartoon character remembers the 1960's series for audiences of today. George of the Jungle is about the adventures of a clutzy but loveable jungle hero named George and his interactions with his friends Ape, Ursula and Magnolia.
George must help stop a beetle infestation that he inadvertently started.
George's lack of clothing is called into question.
George's body odor after a lengthy time between baths has unforeseen consequences.
George is tricked into taking a booby trapped temple as his new home and desperately tries to undo the trade
George must wear a protective cone to keep from scratching an infected itch
George's arrogant cousin Larry comes for a visit and problems quickly arise
Ursula's new vine-swinging system is way too complicated, landing George in Ape's remedial safety class. While there, he falls in with the "bad kids"
It's Danger Season, when George's pledge to aid all jungle creatures is put to the test. When Mitch, a sneaky marmoset, tries to make George his personal danger servant, George's friends attempt to fill in for George and end up in danger themselves.
A pair of underpants is seen as a good luck charm by George and the others. As a result, they each try to claim ownership of them
George and Ape square off in a series of competitive contests
George, Ursula and Magnolia go out of their way to thank Ape for everything(which started when Ape saved George, Ursula and a snake from being eaten by a man-eating plant) to the point where Ape tries to hide from them.
George is obsessed with a sloth becoming his friend.
A legend about a curse placed on an outhouse by an ape king may come true.
George and his friends become obsessed with personal appearance and this is taken advantage of by a pair of scheming peacocks
George's jungle friends find that their wishes when they see shooting stars are coming true.
George cares for a young anteater that he believes is orphaned but Shep is jealous.
George and his friends, facing a food shortage, travel to meet with a man who calls himself the Vegemaster.
George gains the ability to fly after being bitten by an unusual bug.
George finds himself helpless to stop Ape's loud snoring at night.
At his friends' insistence, George takes a vacation away from the jungle. However, his friends quickly discover that George's duties are very difficult to fill in for.
A zombie curse threatens George and his friends. Everyone in the jungle is turned into zombies hungry for peanuts. Will Ursula escape from such a horrible nightmare?
George becomes paranoid after a scary campfire tale and turns his tree house into a fortress.
George is tutored by several different gurus and finds he is supposed to be on three different sides for an upcoming battle.
While Ape goes through an annual rite of passage mandated by the Greater Ape Council, George tries to figure out what species he descended from.
George's preparing breakfast for his friends is interrupted by a play being conducted in the area.
Magnolia desires to become stronger, but after bathing in a muscle mutation agent, she transforms into a much larger brute.
George and his friends try to teach the jungle animals to get along, but the natural order gets upset as a result.
Magnolia is determined to have a pony just like the one in her book.
George tries to bring an end to a prolonged rainy spell, but the young rain spirit George talks with has other ideas.
The Tookie-Tookie Bird is in love with another bird and George cannot understand why such an emotion is so important.
George finds a seashell on the ground and starts listening to the hermit crab inside constantly. Before long, he is ignoring his friends and treating them badly at the behest of the crab.
To cheer up a volcano that is supposedly bored, George and his friends put on a show to make it happy.
George finds a bird's egg with no sign of its mother and decides to care for it until it hatches.
Big Mitch's persistent playing of the bongos causes Ape to dance constantly and George resolves to solve the problem.
George enters into a contest in a comic book with hopes of meeting his favorite superhero Mantler personally, but things do not turn out as planned.
George is stunned to see caricatures of himself carved into a nearby mountain by some of the jungle animals, but finds that it is not a popular thing with many of his friends.
George's friends learn that George has never celebrated his birthday and set out to get him the ultimate birthday gift.
George endeavours to replace the Witch Doctor's stick that he accidentally broke.
The appearance of bananaquats, which grow once every five years, and the effect they have on Ape has George and Magnolia fearing that bad times lay ahead.
George and his friends deal with the antics of a spoiled movie star couple.
Two visitors who record and participate in extremely dangerous stunts visit the jungle. Before long, they have George and Ape doing stunts as well, though all four ultimately are in extreme danger as a result.
Two legendary pranksters from the past make life difficult for George and the jungle animals.
George decides Shep needs to be trained to make him more obedient to George's requests.
George loses his security stone and searches the jungle to find it and regain his lost confidence.
Ursula, recalling memories of Christmas past, is determined to celebrate Christmas in the jungle, though George and the others are not quite as enthusiastic.
On the day after Christmas, everybody (except Ursula) decides to have Christmas again and again.
Ape tries to be a hero just like his friend George.
George sets out to meditate and change his grumpy outlook.