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Chop Socky Chooks
Format Animation
Created by Sergio Delfino
Directed by Sergio Delfino
Country of origin  United Kingdom (production)
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26
Executive producer(s) Miles Bullough, Daniel Lennard
Producer(s) Christine Ponzevera,Janice Walker, Jacqueline White,Ben Lock
Running time 22 minutes approx.
Production company(s) Aardman Animation, DHX Media
Original channel Teletoon
Original run USA: March 7, 2008
UK: September 8, 2008 – Present
External links
Official website

Chop Socky Chooks is a British animated television series produced by Aardman Animations and DHX Media that debuted on March 7, 2008. It was created by animator Sergio Delfino, a prominent animator at Aardman. It currently airs only on Teletoon (EU & UK). For now, it airs on Cartoon Network, except in the USA. The name is from "chop socky" which is slang for the Asian martial arts film genre, and "chook" which is Australian and New Zealand slang for chicken.



Episode guide

# Episode Title US air date UK air date
1 "Game Over Chooks!" March 7, 2008 (2008-03-07) September 8, 2008
Dr. Wasabi uses the Chooks to be the power source of a new video game. This video game will actually kill the Chooks in real life. 
2 "Big Bad Bubba!"
Bubba accidentally releases an evil demon that possesses his body. When the Chooks realize this, they try to stop the demon from reaching Wasabi World. 
3 "Kobura Strikes"
A rival of Chuckie Chan comes to Wasabi World so that he can take him and the Chooks down. 
4 "Now You Coliseum, Now You Don't"
KO Joe protests Dr. Wasabi's decision to ban solar blading in Wasabi World. Because of this, the Ninja Chimps and the Chooks must face off in a rollerblading competition at Dr. Wasabi's arena. 
5 "Double Trouble"
Chick P visits her old mentor when robotic Chooks attack Wasabi World. Once there, she tries to find out where the Chooks came from. Unfortunately, all signs point to the fact that her old teacher is working for Dr. Wasabi. After Dr. Wasabi's plan fails, Chick P beats him to a pulp giving him a black eye and a broken helmet. 
6 "If Looks Could Kill"
Chick P holds a reunion with her old friend Oni. Meanwhile, Deadeye has a new scheme to take over Wasabi World and the Chooks investigate. During the investigation, they discover why Chick P's family has lost its honor. 
7 "Do You Want Thighs With That?"
Citizens of Wasabi World are getting fatter with every Wasabi Burger they eat. Luckily, Dr. Wasabi has set up liposuction centers all around Wasabi World. It's up to the Chooks to discover what exactly is inside the burgers. 
8 "In Your Dreams"
Chuckie Chan is captured as a prisoner in Wasabi's Dream World because he has insomnia. To save Chuckie Chan, Chick P comes up with a plan to rescue him by sending KO Joe into Dream World. While in Dream World, both of the guys have to face their nightmares. 
9 "Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Breath"
Wasabi makes plans to marry the mermaid Siren Sung (who Chuckie Chan has a crush on), and soon decides to flood Wasabi World (and rename it Wasabi Water World). Now it's up to the Chooks to stop wedding arrangements or risk swimming with the fishes. 
10 "Snake in the Class"
When the Chooks secret identities are revealed, they must go into hiding. Chuckie Chan's pupil's then become the Junior Chooks to act as the Chooks go-betweens, but Chuckie suspects there may be a traitor among them. It turns out Kobura is back and has teamed up with Dr. Wasabi. 
11 "His Master's Choice"
Chuckie Chan's master senses trouble in the Cosmic Balance, and traces it back to its source - Dr. Wasabi's new toy, the Karmagotcha. The Karmagotcha steals its owners' good luck/karma. But Chuckie Chan is ordered to return to his monastery (due to the evil, luck-sucking Karmagotcha), leaving only K.O. Joe and Chick P to stop Dr. Wasabi's evil plot. 
12 "Chop Socky Whoops"
Dr. Wasabi decides to go back in time to the day the Chooks formed and prevent them from ever meeting each other. 
13 "The Mark of the Bantam"
After Wasabi makes a foolish television show of his enemy Bantam, the Chooks have to save the day when the real one shows up. 
14 "Night of the Karaoke Zombies"
While visiting the Karaoke Korral, the Chooks discover that Wasabi plans on changing the mall-dwellers of the peaceful level into living zombies. 
15 "Return the Other Cheek"
When Wasabi finds out that the Iron Butt Monk's power comes from the Twin Orbs of the Apocalypse, he sends Bubba in to steal it. However, Bubba is only able to steal one, meaning the Cosmic Wind will attack Wasabi World. It's up to the Chooks and the Iron Butt Monks to bring the two Cheeks back together before it's too late. 
16 "Planet of the Bubba"
Bubba fixes Wasabi's TV satellite and is accidentally struck by some sort of powerful force. This force causes Bubba to become super smart and he uses his smarts to put the Wasabi World citizens in a zoo. It's up to the Chooks to find a way to stop Bubba's new evil plans. 
17 "The Level That Time Forgot"
The Chooks are trapped in a prehistoric game level when Wasabi attacks the group. Things take a turn for the worse, when the inhabitants find Chick P to be the Queen of the Neandermalls. 
18 "Bushido Babies"
The Chooks are up against their toughest opponents yet - a group of babies. These babies aren't exactly typical, however. That's because they've been drinking Wasabi's new milk in a plan to make an army of Bushido Babies. 
19 "Appalling 13"
Dr. Wasabi offers the mall-dwellers free trips to the moon, but the Chooks discover that it's part of his evil scheme to make them work as slaves in his space mine. 
20 "The Chooks of Hazard"
The Chooks compete in a wacky race against Wasabi World's most dangerous villains to prevent Dr. Wasabi from obtaining the components for a deadly Doomsday device. 
21 "Enter the Chickens"
To prove to his students that the pure path of Kung Fu is best, Chuckie Chan convinces the Chooks to participate in Dr. Wasabi's Ultimate Martial Artist contest. However, Dr. Wasabi knows that they'll make it to the final round, so he rigs the contest to stack the odds against them. 
22 "Swarm Welcome"
Dr. Wasabi tries to obtain the powers of a radioactive bug, but things go awry and Wasabi World is overrun by cockroaches. 
23 "The Lamest Show on Earth"
Chuckie Chan is entrusted with guarding a rare and valuable dragon egg. When the egg hatches, the Chooks must take care of the baby dragon and keep it from falling into the hands of Dr. Wasabi. 
24 "Isle Be Seeing You"
The Chooks wake up on a mysterious island filled with dangerous perils as part of Dr. Wasabi's new, deadly, reality TV show. 
25 "The Codfather"
Chick P wants Bubba to be the fourth member of the Chop Socky Chooks after Wasabi fires him for the Hairy Sumo Brothers. However, Bubba only seems to get in the way when it comes to fighting in battles. 
26 "Drained"
Dr. Wasabi's central computer starts to go haywire, making the various electronic equipment in the mall attack the customers. The Chooks must fight the mall itself, as Dr. Wasabi is nowhere to be found. 
27 "Xantha Come"

DVD releases

DVD Name Release dates Ep # Additional Information
Region 1
Volume 1 October 6, 2009[citation needed] 13 The two disc box set includes 13 episodes from Season 1. Each episode is presented with English 5.1 Dolby Surround and English, French and Spanish subtitles. Running Time: 286 minutes.

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