It Takes a Village -- On Trevelle Scott's (Kendall Bell) first day at his new school, he discovers his classmates are out of control. The smartest girl in the 8th grade, Kimberly Lofton (Kori Johnson) lectures Trevelle about failing academically, education and his future.
It Takes a Village -- News Anchor, Jarvis Walls (Harold Dennis) lectures his two step-daughters on education, thelr lifestyle and how a real man should behave.
Sherlock investigates a case involving a wealthy philanthropist who believes his incurable illness was given to him on purpose.
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Alicia and Louis Canning once again face off in a class action lawsuit, but the stakes are even higher this time.
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Fresh water is mysteriously disappearing, causing alarm everywhere. Spirou and Fantasio discover the extent of the damage via a satellite image.
While Spirou and Zaoki try to capture the velociraptor before it wreaks havoc on the island, Fantasio and Champignac discover the creature's origins.
Spirou and Fantasio discover that the Scottish coast has been polluted by an oil spill, a strange phenomenon since no tankers have come through there.
Zorglub's one-man fan club, Dr. Nodule, tries to prove his admiration by serving up Champignac on a silver platter for the mad scientist's birthday.
Spirou, Champignac and Fantasio are at a ski resort when the weather gets hot. Spirou and Fantasio soon learn that Zorglub is behind this phenomenon.
As Cellophine is interviewing Luna about her next film, the two women are kidnapped by Quentin Tarantula, a filmmaker who wants revenge on Luna.
Fantasio gets sucked in by a computer and becomes prisoner in a video game. There he meets Eliza, a friend of Zaoki's who has suffered the same fate.
As part of their story on the first tourist supersonic space flight, Spirou and Fantasio visit the school for training flight attendants.
Cellophine has become invisible! She explains that in exchange for a scoop, she agreed to test Professor Phosphene's invisibility potion.
A total eclipse plunges the Earth into darkness -- a strange phenomenon since no eclipse was scheduled to occur. Worse, it continues to remain dark.