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This is a complete listing of episodes from the 1959 animated television series Peabody's Improbable History, and it's modern revival The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show.

Peabody's Improbable History (1959-1960)

Main article: Peabody's Improbable History
Mr. Peabody is a beagle who is the smartest being in existence. Peabody has accomplished many things in his life as a business magnate, inventor, scientist, Nobel laureate, gourmand, and two-time Olympic medalist. Mr. Peabody becomes sad and lonely and decides to adopt his own human son. In an alley, he meets Sherman, a dorky, glasses-wearing, orange-haired boy. After saving Sherman from a group of bullies, Peabody discovers that Sherman is an orphan and decides to adopt him.

After a court appearance and a talk with the President and the government, Peabody becomes Sherman's new guardian. Mr. Peabody tells Sherman to not call him "Daddy" and to call him by his name, "Mr. Peabody".

Believing that boys need running room, Peabody invents the WABAC machine as a birthday gift for Sherman. He and Sherman go back in time to see a Roman speaking in Latin; Peabody adds a translator circuit to the machine so that everyone seems to speak English. They see the Roman again and learn that he is a used chariot salesman. Their next trip is to see Ben Franklin flying his kite, but Peabody and Sherman discover that they cannot interact with the past. Peabody makes some more adjustments, turning the WABAC into a "should-have-been machine". This causes past events to seem distorted and anachronistic, and famous people to behave out of character. Now it's up to Peabody and Sherman to save the timeline and create time paradoxes.

Episodes (1959-60)

  1. "Show Opening"
  2. "Napoleon"
  3. "Lord Nelson"
  4. "Wyatt Earp"
  5. "King Arthur"
  6. "Franz Schubert"
  7. "Lucretia Borgia"
  8. "Sir Walter Raleigh"
  9. "Robert Fulton"
  10. "Annie Oakley"
  11. "Jesse James"
  12. "The Wright Brothers"
  13. "George Armstrong"
  14. "Alfred Nobel"
  15. "Marco Polo"
  16. "Richard the Lion-Hearted"
  17. "Don Juan"
  18. "Willaim Tecumseh Sherman"
  19. "First Kentucky Derby"
  20. "PT Barnum"
  21. "Stanley and Livingstone"
  22. "Louis Pasteur"
  23. "Robin Hood"
  24. "Robinson Crusoe"
  25. "Ponce De Leon"
  26. "Leonardo Da Vinci"
  27. "John L. Sullivan"
  28. "Paul Revere"
  29. "Confucius"
  30. "Nero"
  31. "Captain Matthew Clift"
  32. "Vasco Núñez de Balboa"
  33. "Peter Cooper"
  34. "The Battle of Bunker Hill"
  35. "Pony Express"
  36. "Stephen Dectuar"
  37. "Alexander Graham Bell"
  38. "Commander Pearry
  39. "Pancho Villa"
  40. "Lord Francis Douglass"
  41. "Sitting Bull"
  42. "Christopher Columbus"
  43. "The French Foreign Legion"
  44. "Guglielmo Marconi"
  45. "Scotland Yard"
  46. "John Holland"
  47. "Louis XIV"
  48. "Francisco Pizzaro"
  49. "Daniel Boone"
  50. "Willaim Shakespeare"
  51. "Zebulon Pike"
  52. "The First Golf Match"
  53. "Willaim Tell"
  54. "James McNeil Whistler"
  55. "Ferdinand Magellan"
  56. "Ludwig Von Beethoven"
  57. "Calamity Jane"
  58. "Surrender of Cornwallis"
  59. "The First Indian Head Nickel"
  60. "Jules Verne"
  61. "Cassnova"
  62. "Lawrence of Arabia"
  63. "Bonnie Prince Charlie"
  64. "Paul Reuter"
  65. "Johannes Gutenburg"
  66. "Buffalo Bill"
  67. "Hans Christian Oersted"
  68. "Lief Erickson"
  69. "John Sutter"
  70. "Sir Issac Newton"
  71. "Kit Carson"
  72. "The First Caveman"
  73. "Geronimo"
  74. "The Great Wall of China"
  75. "The Marquis of Queensbury"
  76. "Jim Bowie"
  77. "Edgar Allen Poe
  78. "Charge of the Light Brigade"
  79. "The Royal Mounted Police"
  80. "The First Bullfight"
  81. "The Building of The Great Pyramid"
  82. "John James Audubon"
  83. "Mata Hari"
  84. "Galileo"
  85. "Wellington At Waterloo"
  86. "Florence Nightingale"
  87. "Henry the VIII"
  88. "The First Indianapolis Auto Race"
  89. "Captain Kidd"
  90. "The Texas Rangers"
  91. "Cleopatra"

The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show (2015-present)

Main article: The Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show
The classically popular Mr. Peabody from The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show, returns to television in his first incarnation in over 55 years! This time, he's hosting his very own late night talk show in his New York penthouse with all new adventures in his beloved WABAC machine. Plus, Mr. Peabody's boy, Sherman stars in his own segment called "Sherman's Corner" where he shows all kinds of interesting things. However, the show is far from perfect, tons of people including Mr. Peabody's neighbors and many audience members are always trying to get on the action and always ruin Peabody's plans for a perfect show. Join Mr. Peabody on his new improbable adventures on the Mr. Peabody & Sherman Show!


Season One (2015)

  1. "The Perfect Show / Napoleon
  2. "Stuck / Mozart"
  3. "Sherman's Pet / Marco Polo
  4. "Handcuffs for a Song / Wright Bros"
  5. "New Sponsor / Cleopatra"
  6. "Black Hole / Winston Churchill"
  7. "Big Boy / Blackbeard"
  8. "Biggest Fan / Queen Isabella"
  9. "Peabody's Parents / Galileo"
  10. "Patch Games / Mark Twain"
  11. "A Favor for Christine / Lady Godiva
  12. "Medieval Fest / John Sutter"
  13. "Outbreak / Ancient Greek Games"

Season Two (2015)

  1. "Show on the Road / Catherine the Great"
  2. "Scrambled Eggs / George Stephenson"
  3. "Big Top Peabody / Taj Mahal"
  4. "World Records / Hotu Matu'a"
  5. "Sherman From A to Zzzz / Akashi Shiganosuke"
  6. "Orchoptitron in Love / John Harrington"
  7. "Inside Hobson / Annie Oakley"
  8. "Peabody's Diet / Ponce de Leon"
  9. "Secret Agent Sherman / Alexander Cartwright"
  10. "Sherman Exchange Program / Charles Dickens"
  11. "Ruff Guyz / George Crum"
  12. "I Knew That Was Gonna Happen / Sacagawea"
  13. "The Perfect Show Again / Aristophanes"

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