The following is a list of episodes from the television series, Big Wolf on Campus.

There are 22 episodes each in seasons one and two. There are 21 episodes in Season Three. The number of aired episodes is 65.

Season 1: 1999[edit]Edit

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
1 "Pilot" Peter Knight, Christopher Briggs Peter Svatek 2 April 1999 (1999-04-02)
On an annual camp outwith some friends the weekend before Tommy Dawkins' senior year, he is attacked by a wolf. Little does he know that the wolf that attacked him is in reality a werewolf and that night is going to change his life forever.
2 "The Bookmobile" Gregory Thompson, Aron Abrams Carl Goldstein 9 April 1999 (1999-04-09)
Once every 70 years, a window of transference opens that offers Tommy a chance to pass his curse to another person. Merton volunteers, but that same day a bookmobile shows up in Pleasantville and people start disappearing.
3 "Butch Comes to Shove" Dan Kopelman Erik Canuel 16 April 1999 (1999-04-16)
When a character from a 1950s educational film gets sick of the rules he decides to leave the movie for Pleasantville. While there, Butch decides to find someone to bring back to his black-and-white world--and Stacey is at the top of his list.
4 "Cat Woman" Michael MacKenzie Peter Svatek 30 April 1999 (1999-04-30)
An exotic new foreign exchange student, Carole LeFevre, begins attending Pleasantville High. Tommy thinks that she has a certain Je ne sais quoi but he fails to realize quite how much they have in common. Stacey finds herself jealous of Carole and Tommy's chemistry.
5 "Witch College" Dana Reston Erik Canuel 7 May 1999 (1999-05-07)
A college sorority has their eyes on set on Stacey and Tommy could not be happier until she starts acting like a real "witch". Merton is convinced that they are sorority cyborgs but he's a bit off the mark.
6 "The Pleasantville Strangler" Jim Bernstein, Michael Shipley Erik Canuel 14 May 1999 (1999-05-14)
The actions of Hugo and Merton inadvertently release the Pleasantville Strangler, a long-dead serial killer whose spirit is able to body-hop, and he's gunning for Tommy.
7 "Stage Fright" Rick Nyhlon Carl Goldstein 21 May 1999 (1999-05-21)
A crazed cable man named Santini visits Pleasantville, and transports those who use pirated cable into the TV shows they watch.
8 "That Swamp Thing You Do" Kirk Savell Carl Goldstein 28 May 1999 (1999-05-28)
Twenty-five years ago, a hippie teacher fell into a toxic swamp, and mutated into a monster. Now, he's back, searching for his old fiancée.
9 "Muffy the Werewolf Slayer" Jim Bernstein, Michael Shipley Peter Svatek 4 June 1999 (1999-06-04)
When a new girl, Vesper, starts to leech information from Merton on who the Pleasantville Werewolf is, Tommy must also deal with a soul-sucking door-to-door salesman.
10 "Stalk Like An Egyptian" Jonathan Goldstein Peter Svatek 11 June 1999 (1999-06-11)
When Tommy and Merton unknowingly resurrect an old mummy on a school field-trip, the dead mummy becomes a teenage boy, and is out to make Stacey his queen, forever...
11 "Flugelhoff!" Dan Kopelman Mark Jean 18 June 1999 (1999-06-18)
A lycanthropist called Flugelhoff arrives in Pleasantville claiming that he can cure Tommy of his curse.
12 "Invisible Merton" Joseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie Jimmy Kaufman 25 June 1999 (1999-06-25)
Mertons old nemesis, Alistair Black, comes to Pleasantville, not only taking over Merton's role as president of the Gothic Fantasy Guild, but also casting a spell on Merton, rendering him invisible. Meanwhile, Tommy has to deal with a psychiatrist.
13 "The Wolf is Out There" Jeff Rothpan Mark Soulard 2 July 1999 (1999-07-02)
Tommy's wolfish side begins to influence his appetite, and the fried chicken he devours to satisfy it begins to influence his waistline. But Tommy's battle of the bulge is nothing compared to the war on the Pleasantville Werewolf, and when the mayor offers a huge cash reward for his capture, Tim and Travis lead a group determined to hunt the beast.
14 "Interview with a Werewolf" David Hamburg, Mitch Goldsmith Mark Jean 9 July 1999 (1999-07-09)
A florist sets Merton up on a date with her niece. However, the florist does not have a niece, and when Merton unknowingly goes out with the florist, she sucks the life out of him, turning him into an old man.
15 "Fangs for the Memories" Christopher Briggs, Peter Knight Peter Svatek 23 July 1999 (1999-07-23)
Tommy decides to donate blood, but he and Merton must retrieve it from the blood bank after learning that his werewolf curse can be transferred by blood. But the problem becomes more complicated when they must deal with a group of vampires who raid blood banks.
16 "Time and Again" Jim Bernstein, Michael Shipley Jimmy Kaufman 30 July 1999 (1999-07-30)
A strange man gives Merton a watch that can reverse time. Merton is thrilled to have the chance to reverse his mistakes, but it turns out that each use of the watch drains some of his intelligence. Tommy has to find a way to save Merton before he becomes a complete moron.
17 "Big Bad Wolf" Michael Shipley, Jim Bernstein Adam Weissman 6 August 1999 (1999-08-06)
Tommy's life is in jeopardy when he and Merton speak an Indian chant that unknowingly brings Tommy's dark side to life.
18 "Scary Terri" Ari Posner Adam Weissman 13 August 1999 (1999-08-13)
Tommy is in the crosshairs of a psychic young outcast named Terri after she mistakes his friendship for affection, and then sees him with Stacey.
19 "Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow" Mark Torgove, Paul Kaplan Peter Svatek 20 August 1999 (1999-08-20)
A new substitute teacher claims to be the werewolf that bit Tommy. While Tommy looks up to Mr. Dunleavy, Mr. Dunleavy tries to bring out the bad side of Tommy.
20 "The Exor-Sis" Rick Parks, Scott Jackson Peter Svatek 27 August 1999 (1999-08-27)
Merton's sister, Becky, has been assigned a locker that opens a portal to the netherworld.
21 "Don't Fear the Reaper" Rick Nyholm Peter D. Marshall 3 September 1999 (1999-09-03)
Tommy saves a man from the Grim Reaper, and the Reaper now has his sights on Tommy.
22 "Game Over" Sam Wendel Erik Canuel 10 September 1999 (1999-09-10)
Tommy breaks the high score on an arcade game that mysteriously freezes as he reaches the next level. This serves to release the game's antagonist, Dirk Strykem, who has decided to destroy Tommy and Merton.

Season 2: 2000[edit]Edit

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
1 "Hello Nasty" Peter Knight Jimmy Kaufman 18 March 2000 (2000-03-18)
Tommy, Merton, and their new companion, Lori, find themselves battling against the ghost of a football player who is behind the football team's 61-year-old curse.
2 "Frank Stein" Robert L. Baird, Kelly Senecal Mark Jean 25 March 2000 (2000-03-25)
While participating in a quiz bowl, Merton is interviewed by a strange man, who wants to take Merton's brain and use it inside his creation.
3 "Commie Dawkins" Michael Bornhorst Jimmy Kaufman 1 April 2000 (2000-04-01)
When Tommy and Merton enter a wormhole that lets them travel through time, a Russian man enters and changes the outcome of the Cold War, which leads to the collapse of the United States and worldwide enforcement of communism. Meanwhile, Tommy must decide whether or not to warn his past self of the werewolf attack that will change his life.
4 "The Girl Who Spied Wolf" Kelly Senecal, Robert L. Baird Jim Beaudin 8 April 2000 (2000-04-08)
At the same time that Lori discovers Tommy's true identity, a group of werewolves called the Evil Werewolf Syndicate decides to force Tommy to join them.
5 "Apocalypse Soon" David Feeny, Brian Gewirtz Mark Jean 15 April 2000 (2000-04-15)
A traveling pro-wrestler named Dr. Apocalypse comes to town. He has racked up 665 wins--but the six hundred and sixty-sixth could cause the end of the world. To save the universe, Tommy, Merton, and Lori have to prevent Dr. Apocalypse's next victory.
6 "The Sandman Cometh" Arnold Rudnick, Rich Hosek Jean Beaudin 22 April 2000 (2000-04-22)
Tommy and Merton are put up against the villainous Sandman, who enslaves sleeping people in an attempt to get them to touch a special sand that will put them to sleep forever.
7 "The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth" Brian Gewirtz, David Feeny Larry McLean 6 May 2000 (2000-05-06)
Tommy and Merton defeat who they believe is a demon trying to attack an innocent teenager, only to learn that the demon is a demon hunter and the innocent teenager is a demon.
8 "Imaginary Fiend" Joeseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie Larry McLean 13 May 2000 (2000-05-13)
While donating items to a toy drive, Merton and Tommy unwittingly release Merton's old imaginary friend, Vince, from Merton's old toy chest. Merton doesn't want an imaginary friend anymore, causing Vince to set out to destroy the Pleasantville Trio.
9 "101 Damnations" Joeseph Mallozzi, Paul Mullie Jimmy Kaufman 20 May 2000 (2000-05-20)
Tommy finds a stray puppy and is then found by Tim and Travis, who are still hunting for the Pleasantville Werewolf. While dealing with that, Tommy fails to realize that his new puppy is Cerebrus, the three-headed hound of Hades.
10 "Mind Over Merton" Berry Julien Jimmy Kaufman 3 June 2000 (2000-06-03)
Merton creates an intelligence potion after a MENSA-like society for geniuses rejects him, but Tim and Travis soon get their hands on the potion and become smart enough to figure out who the Pleasantville Werewolf is.
11 "Blame It on the Haim" David Wolkove, Sandy Brown Peter D. Marshall 10 June 2000 (2000-06-10)
Corey Haim (as himself) comes to town to shoot a made-for-video vampire film, but the Pleasantville Trio soon comes to believe Corey himself is a real vampire...
12 "Pleased to Eat You" Jonathan Goldstein Peter D. Marshall 17 June 2000 (2000-06-17)
When Tommy stops hanging out with Merton in an attempt to win the title of Homecoming King, a group of black-clad teenagers take a liking to the lonely Goth, and offer him a place in their gang. But when they give Merton a nectar that makes him balloon to an obese size, Lori and Tommy realize that the teens' interest in Merton is more like a hunger...
13 "The Manchurian Werewolf" Robert L. Baird Erik Canuel 15 July 2000 (2000-07-15)
Part one of two. Tommy is brainwashed by the returned Evil Werewolf Syndicate and their pizzas, and our mind-controlled werewolf soon bites Lori.
14 "Manchu: Part Deux" Robert L. Baird Erik Canuel 22 July 2000 (2000-07-22)
Conclusion. Tommy and Merton must find a way to inject Lori with wolfsbane before the full moon, or she'll be a werewolf forever.
15 "Mr. Roboto" Matthew Salsberg, Pang-Ni Landrum, Maggie Bandur Carl Goldstein 29 July 2000 (2000-07-29)
A cyborg disguised as the new school guidance counselor begins to implant mind-controlling devices into the brains of the Pleasantville High students.
16 "Rob: Zombie" Michael Benson, Marc Abrams Carl Goldstein 5 August 2000 (2000-08-05)
Lori tricks Merton into reviving her dead boyfriend Rob, at the same time Tommy copes with Lori breaking up with him.
17 "Fear and Loathing in Pleasantville" Michael Shipley, Jim Bernstein Jimmy Kaufman 19 August 2000 (2000-08-19)
A demon that feeds on horror visits Pleasantville, putting its residents into frightening scenarios until they die of shock.
18 "Faltered States" Michael Benson, Marc Abrams Jimmy Kaufman 26 August 2000 (2000-08-26)
To impress a girl at school, Merton gets a job as a test-subject at a laboratory, which has some literally ugly consequences when Merton is turned into a caveman through sensory deprivation and strange chemical injections.
19 "Butch is Back" Dan Kopelman Mark Jean 2 September 2000 (2000-09-02)
Lori finds herself in a theatrical prison as Merton unwittingly releases Butch again while watching another film.
20 "Voodoo Child" Michael Benson, Marc Abrams Mark Jean 8 September 2000 (2000-09-08)
The new school nurse St. Jacques, noticing Merton's supernatural knowledge and darker qualities, offers to let him become a voodoo apprentice.
21 "She Will, She Will Rock You" Mathew Salsberg, Barry Julien Adam Weissman 9 September 2000 (2000-09-09)
Merton finds himself frozen in stone by a transfer student who is actually Medusa.
22 "Clip Show: The Kiss of Death" 7 October 2000 (2000-10-07)
Death returns to capture Tommy, but in a last attempt to save him, Tommy, Merton and Lori go over all the good things the group has done over the past two seasons through the use of conveniently culled clips.

Season 3: 2001[edit]Edit

# Title Writer(s) Director Original Airdate
1 "Stone Free" Peter Knight Peter Knight 27 October 2001 (2001-10-27)
Tommy and Lori must save Merton who had become a stone golem, but the spell to revert Morton to normal makes him weak and blind.
2 "Everybody Fang Chung Tonight" Daniel Grou, Chris Briggs 3 November 2001 (2001-11-03)
Merton hosts a radio show that attracts a young vampire who falls in love with Merton. Unfortunately, she and her fellow vampire feed on werewolf blood.
3 "I Dream of Becky" Erik Canuel Beth Sheriff 10 November 2001 (2001-11-10)
When Becky unwittingly releases a genie from a lamp, he agrees to grant her three wishes. Little does Becky know that those wishes don't come for free.
4 "Stormy Weather" Erik Canuel Peter Knight 17 November 2001 (2001-11-17)
Merton creates a superhero club, but his first candidate's talents do not impress Tommy and Lori who are suspicious of his intentions.
5 "Anti-Claus is Coming to Town" Erik Canuel Rick Nyhlon 1 December 2001 (2001-12-01)
Tommy, Merton, and Lori must help Santa Claus defeat an evil impersonator out to ruin Christmas.
6 "The Hellection" Carl Goldstein Lars Guignard 8 December 2001 (2001-12-08)
Tommy loses the class president election to a girl named Hillary, who made a deal with a demonic teacher to win.
7 "Being Tommy Dawkins" Matthew Salsberg Carl Goldstein 15 December 2001 (2001-12-15)
While trying to escape from an ex-convict who wants him dead, Merton finds a portal which allows him to enter Tommy's body.
8 "Save the Last Trance" Erik Canuel Ron Nelson 22 December 2001 (2001-12-22)
Merton has a new girlfriend who happens to be a witch.
9 "Nsipid" Carl Goldstein Barry Jullien 6 January 2002 (2002-01-06)
Becky is kidnapped by aliens posing as a bubblegum pop boy band.
10 "Very Pale Rider" Carl Goldstein Barry Jullien 19 January 2002 (2002-01-19)
Merton is transported into SerpenQuest, his favorite role-playing game.
11 "Play it Again Samurai" Daniel Grou Barry Jullien 8 February 2002 (2002-02-08)
Merton falls in love with a 900-year old Japanese princess who has been cursed by a jealous samurai. Meanwhile, Tommy is ordered to do community service at the Hungry Bucket.
12 "Dance Without Wolves" Daniel Grou Adam Salsberg 1 February 2002 (2002-02-01)
Tommy's wish to be normal is finally granted when he ends up in a parallel timeline where he hurt his knee and never became a werewolf. Because of this, Chuck, Tommy's rival, replaced him and became an evil werewolf. Tommy must defeat him, without his powers, but this won't be easy as Merton and Lori do not recognize him.
13 "Baby on Board" Peter Knight Mark Soulard 3 March 2002 (2002-03-03)
Merton is impregnated by an alien.
14 "The Boy Who Tried Wolf" Erik Canuel Louis Pearson 10 March 2002 (2002-03-10)
A werewolf hunter comes to town. At the same time, Tommy accidentally bites Merton who becomes an eventually evil werewolf.
15 "Mertonator" Christopher Briggs, Peter Knight Peter Svatek 17 March 2002 (2002-03-17)
Tommy is pursued by a killer cyborg from the future who looks like Merton.
16 "What's Vlud Got to Do with It?" JPeter Knight 29 March 2002 (2002-03-29)
The princess of Lycanthea, a tropical island kingdom of werewolves, falls in love with Tommy.
17 "There's Something about Lori" Michael Shipley, Jim Bernstein Adam Weissman 31 March 2002 (2002-03-31)
A mysterious figure known as The Phantom of the Factory mistakes Lori for his beloved who perished over seventy years ago.
18 "Switch Me Baby One More Time" Peter Knight Adam Weissman 13 April 2002 (2002-04-13)
Lori swaps her body with a girl who is jealous of her.
19 "What's The Story, Morning Corey" Mark Torgove, Paul Kaplan Peter Svatek 20 April 2002 (2002-04-20)
Corey Feldman, who was a good friend of Corey Haim (who Tommy destroyed in the second season to save Lori) visits Pleasantville.
20 "Thanks" Peter Knight Peter Svatek 27 April 2002 (2002-04-27)
Tommy and Merton end up in a very deadly situation with the same girl as they prepare to leave for college.
21 "Sum Of All Fears" Rick Nyholm Peter D. Marshall
Another clip show episode.

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