After Jay bonks his head and loses his memory, Lucy and the Beat Bugs work together to try and help him remember who he is.
Self-conscious Kumi doesn't want anyone to see the book she's been working on. But the secret's out when a breeze blows the pages everywhere!
After something mysterious wafts through the garden, the Beat Bugs are "cursed" and can't stop speaking in rhyming verse!
There's too much togetherness when Walter and his sister, Freda, try living under the same roof. But it's even harder to live apart!
The Beat Bugs do everything they can to reunite Julia with her favorite teddy bear when she accidentally leaves it in the garden.
After Bulldog bounds through the village, Cockroach offers to repair the damage. But his help comes with a hefty price tag.
Buzz follows a "lovely light" and meets a beautiful firefly named Mother Mary, who helps the lost Beat Bugs find their way home.
Kumi looks for a peaceful way to stop a "whachama-nado" from whipping through the garden again. But Jay is itching to fight back!
After Stinkbug's house is destroyed, the Beat Bugs set up a police force to protect the village from a mysterious creature.
The Beat Bugs leave the safety of the garden and embark on a dangerous mission to help a Russian doll find her missing child.
Crick goes looking for peace and quiet, only to get stuck in a storm. Can he dream up an invention to get himself -- and his friends -- out of danger?
The Beat Bugs come face to face with a scary-looking spider while they're out hunting for Halloween candy. Good thing he wants to be friends!
While searching for a missing Kumi, the Beat Bugs find a mysterious French princess who isn't quite what she seems.
The Beat Bugs are hopping mad when Chameleon, a sneaky salesman, tricks them into buying worthless junk. The trouble is, now they can't find him!
It's Buzz to the rescue when a world-famous flying ace crash-lands in the garden and needs help getting back in the air.
Winter's coming earlier than normal, and Crick's in a panic! But Boris the Bullfrog reminds him that Mother Nature will always provide.
When winter food supplies dip to dangerously low levels, the Beat Bugs go foraging for more and find a stockpile that doesn't belong to them.
The Beat Bugs wake up after a party with no memory of what happened the night before. But never fear! Buzz is on the case.
When Julia's baby sister, Jude, escapes into the garden, it's up to the Beat Bugs to keep her safe -- and that's a whole lot harder than it sounds!
The Beat Bugs follow the clues to find Uncle Tusk's missing co-star, Martha, when she disappears right before a big show.
A wounded Buzz feels left out when Walter meets an overeager mosquito named Mo and makes him his new assistant.
A worried Walter journeys next door to find out what happened to his old friend, Artie, only to learn that he's living the good life!
Everyone's shocked when Buzz invites strange "Northern" bugs to her birthday party -- but she's determined to make new friends.
When Granny Bee announces she's returning to the hive, Buzz and the Beat Bugs prepare a special picnic with all of her favorite recipes.
It's back to the farm for Julia's new pet rooster, Feathers -- unless the Beat Bugs can help him fix his faulty crow.
Buzz wants to know where memories come from, so she goes on an adventure to try and find some for herself.
When the garden floods, the Beat Bugs turn an old bottle into a submarine. Jay and Walter butt heads over a game of Bug Ball.
After watching Walter perform, an ambitious Buzz tries to put on a show all by herself. Jay runs away after ruining the Village Art Show.
A dejected Mr. Moonlight leaves the Beat Bugs in total darkness. Crick proves himself an MVP when Mee-Yow the Cat crashes the Bug Games.
Mountain climbing makes enemies of Jay and Walter -- until Jay needs help. Walter considers leaving when a circus comes to town. Rod Stewart sings.
Buzz is determined to meet the Christmas Beetle. Dee-Structor the radio-controlled truck longs for a mind of his own. Chris Cornell sings.
Kumi rallies the Bugs to help Julia find her rainbow brooch. Crick falls down a hole on a camping trip and lands in the lair of the "Nowhere Man."
A flock of greedy birds are bent on eating every last strawberry. The Beat Bugs go to great lengths to feed a Garden Gnome with a disgusting appetite.
Jay has his heart set on climbing the Big House. It's time for Blackbird to return to her flock. Regina Spektor and Jennifer Hudson sing.
The Beat Bugs find a gigantic cell phone but have no idea what it does. Walter mistakes Bulldog's lost ball for his new best friend.
The Bugs help a pair of filmmakers catch the elusive Eleanor Rigby on camera. The Mud Wasps are keeping everyone awake. Of Monsters and Men perform.
A stray dog would make a great pet for Julia, if only he didn't stink. The Bugs try to plan the best dance party ever. James Bay and Tori Kelly sing.
When Buzz and Morgs fall into a hole, teamwork is the only way out. Buzz gets a new alarm for emergencies but keeps using it for fun.
When Buzz falls and hurts her ankle, her friends send a letter to Blackbird. Major work in the garden threatens the Beat Bugs' habitat.
Jay's stuck in a sticky situation when he falls into an open jam jar. The Bugs seek out a sleep doctor to get Buzz some much-needed Z's. P!nk sings.
Walter recalls the day he met the Beat Bugs. The Bugs help Morgs the Stick Bug see he's got a hidden talent. James Corden sings.
Crick dreams up a tree house with something for everyone. Boris the Bullfrog shows gloomy Buzz how to have fun in the "Rain" (as sung by Aloe Blacc).
With Mr. Sun away on holiday, the Beat Bugs try to jump-start summer. A sullen Buzz embarks on a journey of self-discovery. Robbie Williams sings.
A stage made out of pennies is the perfect place for Crick to express himself. Jay and Crick get lost and almost miss their own surprise party.
No one believes the details of Jay's larger-than-life adventure. A grasshopper invites the Bugs on a "Magical Mystery Tour" (as sung by Eddie Vedder).
An old alarm clock sends Jay into the future … well, sort of. A stuffed-up, sneezy Buzz is too scared to go see "Doctor Robert."
The Beat Bugs turn a broken wheel into a thrill ride, but Kumi's the only one with a ticket. Crick builds a robot to take care of his sick friends.
When "Mr. Kite" crashes in the garden, the Bugs try to lift his spirits. A misunderstanding sends a wounded Walter on a quest for new friends.
The Beat Bugs get stranded while helping a sightseeing cicada. A party for Katter the Pillar doesn't quite go according to plan. Frances sings.
When the Bugs make a bad decision, Walter must bring them home safely. Strange signs point the Bugs to a fly who loves playing games. The Shins sing.
The Bugs find a beautiful Christmas ornament. Postman Bee's grandmother has trouble remembering the recipe for "Honey Pie" (as sung by the Lumineers).
The Beat Bugs agree to host a colony of homeless ants. When she flies into Mr. Moonlight, a dreamy "Blackbird" (as sung by Sia) breaks her wing.