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#01 Welcome to Galaxy High (09.13.1986) 
   written by Chris Columbus
   Doyle and Aimee arrive at Galaxy High and meet their strange new classmates.  Here, 
   their roles are switched, as Doyle is now a nerd and Aimee is popular.

#02 Pizza's Honor (09.20.1986) 
   written by Larry DiTillo
   Doyle must make a pizza delivery to the creepy Tinglar planet.  But Beef and the Bonk 
   Bunch follow him to make trouble.

#03 The Beef Who Would Be King (09.27.1986) 
   written by David Wiemers and Ken Koonce
   Beef is elected king of the planet Cholesterol.  But once he gets crowned they want to
   eat him and Doyle must save him.  

#04 Where's Milo? (10.04.1986) 
   written by Eric Lewald and Larry DiTillo
   Milo disappears after he angers his friends by making a couple of accidents.

#05 Those Eyes, Those Lips (10.11.1986) 
   written by Karen Willson and Chris Weber
   Booey wants to go to the Mick Maggers concert, but the tickets are sold out.  Aimee 
   and the gang go to great lengths to get a ticket for Booey.

#06 Doyle's New Friend (10.18.1986) 
   written by Jina Bacarr
   The Hands Across the Universe dance is coming to Galaxy High, and Doyle's new friend 
   Wolfgang arrives to help with the dance and play practical jokes on everyone.

#07 Dollars and Sense (10.25.1986) 
   written by Ken Koonce and David Wiemers
   Aimee is persued by Reggie Unicycle, the richest man in the galaxy.  He showers her 
   with gifts and trips, and the gang must help her see him for what he really is.

#08 Beach Blanket Blow-Up (11.01.1986) 
   written by Ken Koonce and David Wiemers
   Everyone, but Doyle gets to go for Spring Break at Fort Lauderoid.  But Doyle and 
   Professor Icenstein find out that a supernova nearby will destroy the beach planetoid.

#09 The Brain Blaster (11.08.1986) 
   written by David Wiemers and Ken Koonce
   To get better grades, Doyle tries a brain blaster and gets addicted.  He steals from 
   his friends in order to pay for his habit, but Aimee and friends try to break him off
   of the drug.  NOTE: This episode was nominated for a Humanitas award in 1987.

#10 The Brat Pack (11.15.1986) 
   written by Mark Scott Zicree
   Beef is punished by Ms. McBrain to take over a class full of little kids who are alot
   of trouble.

#11 Founder's Day (11.22.1986)
   written by Larry DiTillo
   Doyle, Aimee, Milo and Creep fall into Professor Icenstein's time machine and go back
   to the day that Galaxy High was founded.  But by being there, they alter time and have 
   to make sure that Galaxy High gets created somehow. 

#12 Martian Mumps (11.29.1986) 
   written by Larry DiTillo
   Everyone but Doyle, Aimee and Professor Icenstein get the Martian Mumps, a disease 
   that turns everyone green and dull.  They must find a cure soon or the students and 
   teachers will remain martians forever.

#13 It Came From Earth (12.06.1986) 
   written by Karen Wilson and Chris Weber
   At a big game, Doyle is knocked out, and wakes up 15 years later to find he has grown 
   into a giant.  All the former Galaxy High students are on Earth and Beef's army has 
   been ordered to destroy Doyle. 

Galaxy High originally aired from Sept 13, 1986-Sept 5, 1987 on CBS.

It was re-ran on the following dates:
Jan 2, 1988-Aug 27, 1988 on CBS
Jan 2, 1994-?, July 2, 1994-Sept 24, 1994, Oct 8, 1994-Dec 31, 1994-early 1995 
as part of Sci-Fi Channel's weekend block called Cartoon Quest
Feb 7, 1996-Feb 23, 1996, Apr 2, 1996-Apr 19, 1996, May 27, 1996-June 17, 1996 
as part Sci-Fi Channel weekday block called Animation Station, in rotation with
other cartoons.

The series was animated and owned by: TMS Entertainment  

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