Max and Ruby is a animated series created by children's book author/illustrator Rosemary Wells and based on the world of her Max and Ruby books, the episodes present stories about Max, a rambunctious and determined preschool-aged rabbit, and his older sister, Ruby, a patient, goal-oriented, sometimes restrictive rabbit. A pilot episode for this series aired in 2001 and the program appeared as a regular series on May 3, 2002. According to Rosemary Wells on the Nick Jr. website, "Max & Ruby celebrates the relationship between Ruby and her younger brother, Max, and the universal nature of sibling relationships."
Rosemary Wells, the author of the children's books the show is based on, says: "We don't see Max and Ruby's parents because I believe that kids resolve their issues and conflicts differently when they're on their own. The television series gives kids a sense about how these two siblings resolve their conflicts in a humorous and entertaining way." For the first season, Jamie Whitney was the director, and the first episodes were mostly written by Kate Barris and Patrick Granleese. While some of the stories were adapted from the books, the number of TV episodes eventually surpassed the number of books written by Wells.
Samantha Morton was the voice of Ruby until the third season. Billy Rosemberg was the voice of Max until the following season. In Season 3, Rebecca Peters replaced Samantha Morton as the voice of Ruby. In Season 4, Tyler Stevenson replaced Billy Rosemberg as the voice of Max.
Their parents are seen in Season 6
All the characters are bunnies.
- Max Bunny (voiced by Billy Rosemberg in Seasons 1–3, Tyler Stevenson in Seasons 4–5, Gavin MacIver-Wright in Season 6) is three-and-a-half year old bunny. He has white fur and is Ruby's younger brother. In every episode, Max says one word and Ruby always thinks it is no help, but in the end Max is right. Ruby will try to talk him out of it, but he will keep asking for what he wants, and will eventually find a way to outsmart Ruby. Max is smart and is able to read situations better than his sister. In Season 6 Max starts using complete sentences and attends preschool. Originally Max wore blue overalls (often with a strap undone) with a red and white striped shirt; starting in Season 6 he wears a cream and orange striped shirt with blue pants.
- Ruby Bunny (voiced by, Samantha Morton in Seasons 1-2, Rebecca Peters in Seasons 3–5, Lana Carillo in Season 6) is seven years old.. She has white fur and is Max's sister. She is over-protective of Max, and will often persuade him to do something against his will because it is "what's best for him". At times, she incorrectly judges things. She is somewhat a perfectionist when it comes to certain things, and likes things to be neat and tidy, in contrast with Max who is messy and untidy. In Season 6, she attends school and occasionally is seen as an assistant helper to Mrs. Bunty, Max's teacher. In Seasons 1-2 Ruby wears a purple shirt and a yellow dress, in Seasons 3-5 she is seen in a dark pink dress with a light pink shirt underneath, and in Season 6, she wears a pink dress with light blue polka dots covered by a lavender cardigan sweater.
- Ruby has a collection of dolls which she has referred to by name on multiple episodes, including: Can't Sit Up Slug, Polly Pig, Rapunzel, Tooth Fairy, and Wind-Up Teddy Bear
- Grandma (voiced by Kay Hawtrey) has gray fur and is the paternal grandmother to Max and Ruby. Fun loving, her house features an attic with dress up clothes and a treasure box with a picture of herself and her husband wearing fancy clothes at a festival. Often Ruby believes that Grandma will not like Max's ideas, however she is always revealed to like both ideas equally. When Ruby assumes Grandma will love her idea better or is set on doing things a particular way, Grandma, surprisingly to Ruby, usually appreciates Max's contribution more. She wears a blue dress.
- She shows Max a picture of his Grandpa in Max on a Mission. He was a police officer.
- Louise (voiced by Julie Lemieux) – friend of Ruby with tan/auburn fur who is Ruby's best friend. She is also 7 years old. She likes to attend parties and events. She tends to view things in the same girlishly romanticized way Ruby does but is more open to other ideas. She has the same girlish infatuation with Roger as Ruby, but this does not get in the way of their friendship. Sometimes unsure about Ruby's ideas but mostly decides to help out or join her. In certain episodes, Louise will have trouble pronouncing certain scientific words or names such as amphibian or paleontologist, which will cause her to mispronounce them until she finally ends up saying the word correctly near the end of the episode. Like Ruby, she will often sigh and say "Little Brothers" in response to Max's childish antics. She wears a green tartan dress. Physically she is similar, but slightly taller than Ruby.
- Baby Huffington "Baby H" (voiced by Joshua Savage) – baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Huffington. Ruby often babysits him with Max tagging along., whom Ruby often babysits. Contrary to what Ruby believes, Baby Huffington enjoys noise. Max discovers that the secret to getting Baby H to fall asleep is the Huffington's Cuckoo Clock. He seems to like space rockets, robots, and Super Bunny. Due to their similar interests and likes, Max often proves to be a great help to Ruby when she is babysitting Baby H.
- Mrs. Huffington (originally voiced by Emily Scott, Season 6 Catherine Disher) – Wife of Mr. Huffington and mother of Baby Huffington. (She might also be the daughter of Bunny Scout Leader.) Talented Baton twirler and cheerleader who taught Ruby and Louise how to twirl. In the episode "Max's Nightlight" she is one of the new Bunny Scout leaders.
- Mr. Huffington (voiced by John Torres) – Husband to Mrs. Huffington and father of Baby Huffington. Mr. Huffington always appears with a different job when Max and Ruby encounter him in town. He is been shown as a clown and a photographer.
- Mr. Piazza (voiced by Jamie Watson) – Father of Roger, possibly Italian. Mr. Piazza runs the local market in East Bunnyhop, additionally he is knowledgeable about Italian food and culture.
- Valerie (originally voiced by Alexis Walla, then Loretta Jafelice in season 6) – Friend of Ruby, has brown fur. She is very talented at playing the recorder and is in Bunny Scouts. She is a bit shorter than the other girls and wears glasses, typically appears in a red and gold dress.
- Martha (voiced by Tabitha St. Germain) – Friend of Ruby, has gold fur - she also has eyelashes, which are lacking in the other characters. She is in the Bunny Scout Troop.
- Morris (voiced by Cameron Ansell in earlier seasons, and Nicholas Fry in season 6) – Louise's 2-year old little brother and friend of Max. He does not know how to talk as well as Max. Upon their first meeting, he was unfriendly towards Max, but they become friends. In some episodes he takes on the role of Max's sidekick when the two of them "take on" Ruby and Louise. Like Max he is a big fan of Super Bunny. In Season 6, he attends preschool with Max and also now speaks in complete sentences.
- Roger Piazza (voiced by Robert Hall) – son of Mr. Piazza. He is slightly older than Ruby and Louise, going from nearly 7 and a half to seven and a half. Roger is portrayed as athletic and is often seen participating in a variety of sports. He treats Max like a little brother while paying little attention to Ruby and Louise who are infatuated with him. First appearance was in "Max's Rocket Run" where he sleds down the biggest sledding hill, Rocket Run. In seasons 1-2 he says only "Uh-huh" and "Uh-uh", subsequent seasons have him speaking completely. When not playing sports he is helping at his father's store. Occasionally Ruby gets Roger to distract Max by teaching him how to play various sports in order to keep Max from interfering with her and her friends' various games and projects.
- Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate – Max and Ruby's great aunt and great uncle, who were first mentioned by Ruby in "Max's Birthday", after she discovered their unopened birthday present for Max, which contained the Wind-Up Lobster. In "Max and Ruby's Train Trip", "Go to Sleep Max", and "Conductor Max", Max, Ruby, and Grandma travel by train to Bunnyvale to visit Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate. They make their first physical appearance in the series near the end of "Conductor Max", where they met Max, Ruby, and Grandma shortly after Max finds the missing gift card Ruby made for Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate which she gives to them shortly after they arrive.
- Bunny Scout Leader (voiced by Sarah Adams) – The leader of the Bunny Scouts, to which Ruby, Louise, Martha, and Valerie are members. She is seen infrequently, usually testing the girls to earn badges. Ruby and her fellows respect her and Ruby has been known to mention things that she has learned from her, like in Max Get Wet when she tells Max that Bunny Scout Leader taught her to wait 1/2 hour after eating before swimming to avoid getting a cramp.
- Mr. Piazza (voiced by Jamie Watson) – Mr. Piazza runs the local market in East Bunnyhop and is the father of Roger. During East Bunnyhop's cultural festivals, Mr. Piazza runs the Italy table and is knowledgeable about Italian food and culture. He is also implied to be Italian himself.
- Super Bunny – Max's favorite Super Hero. Max has a Super Bunny comic book and Super Bunny pajamas, and often listens to Super Bunny radio program. In Ruby's New Shoes, Max wants to meet Super Bunny who is appearing at the local mall, but Ruby wants to find a new pair of shoes. In the end, Max and Super Bunny save Ruby from a falling stack of shoe boxes and Ruby finds a pair of new shoes in one of the boxes that fell. Max also enjoys emulating Super Bunny as Super Max. He has a faithful sidekick named Zoom-Zoom. Super Bunny is a homage/parody of Superman. In "Ruby's Bedtime Story", the cover of Max's Super Bunny comic book is based on the cover Action Comics 1.
- Bunny Drew - Ruby's favorite fictional detective who is a homage/parody of Nancy Drew. Ruby enjoys read Nancy Drew mystery novels and sometimes emulates her as Detective Ruby. \
- Wind-Up Lobster – A wind-up Lobster toy that was one of Max's birthday presents in Max's Birthday, from his and Ruby's Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate which Max did not like at first though after having fun being chased by it he finds he likes it and decides to keep it. After this it appears in various episodes. Despite being just a wind-up toy, it has an odd habit of causing trouble and as a result often plays the role of antagonist in Max's games and even in some episodes, albeit as an animate object that causes trouble, though it is often depicted peeking around corners menacingly like a stereotypical villain. Max simply refers to it as Lobster. In Detective Ruby, several of Ruby's things go missing and she plays detective to solve the mystery though Max realizes that his Lobster is responsible and tries to tell Ruby, but she thinks he just wants her to join him playing with his Lobster.
- Candi (voiced by Carolyn Hennesy) – Owner of the candy shop in East Bunnyhop. Ruby occasionally worked in her store and visits her occasionally. Due to Max's love of sweets, he is quite fond of Candi as well as the sweets she makes and sells such as her Candy Apples. Besides candy, Candi's shop is shown to occasionally sell simple toys such as vampire teeth in Bunny Money. During East Bunnyhop's cultural festivals, Candi runs the India table and is shown to be knowledgeable of Indian culture.
- Rosalinda (voiced by Anne Hill) – Owner of a gift shop that sells jewelry and collectibles and a friend of Max and Ruby's grandmother, Mary. She has a pet Parrot named Pandora. In Ruby's Autograph, it is revealed she also runs the dance studio that Ruby attends and in the past was the famous Ballerina Bunny Pavlova's dance teacher when she lived in East Bunny Hoop. During the East Bunnyhop's cultural festivals, Roslinda runs the Mexican table and is shown to be knowledgeable of Mexican culture.
- Katie (voiced by Yvonne Craig) – Waitress at the diner in East Bunnyhop. During East Bunnyhop's cultural festivals, Katie runs the Japan table and is shown to be knowledgeable of Japanese culture.
New characters - Season Six
- Max and Ruby's parents: In the first five seasons they only appeared in the background in photographs. They make their first physical appearance in season 6, and subsequently appear on a regular basis. They tend to let Max and Ruby solve their problems on their own and usually go about their daily business, though may occasionally check in on them from time-to-time or ask how their day went at the conclusion of the story.
- Dad aka Mr. Bunny (voiced by David Pentwick and Paul Bates) is Grandma's son and Max and Ruby's father.
- Mom aka Mrs. Bunny (voiced by Caroly Larson) is Max and Ruby's mother. She and Ruby are close and she trusts Ruby's ability to help out with Max.
- Ms. Bunty (voiced by Maliaka Bryce) – Max's preschool teacher who first appears in the Season 6 episode, "Max's Preschool".
- Winston (voiced by Ethan Tavares) – One of Max's classmates who appears in Season 6. He is handicapped and uses a wheelchair, but is just as active as his classmates. In "Max! Bam! Boom!", it is mentioned that he has a talent for juggling.
- Lily (voiced by Kallan Holley and Isabella Leo) – One of Max's classmates who appears in Season 6. In "Show and Tell", it is revealed that she enjoys playing soccer. She is also the first of Max's new school friends to hang out with him outside of school.
- Priya – (voiced by Laaibah Alvi) One of Max's classmates who appears in Season 6. She is shy and has trouble opening up to others, but Max eventually discovers that being his fun, silly self is the best way to get her to open up in "Max and Priya."
- Mr. Estevez (voiced by Carlos Diaz) – Ruby, Louise, and Valerie's new teacher who first appears in the Season 6 episode, "Ruby's Teacher". Ruby and her friends initially assumed their teacher would be female and made a special card for their new teacher based on this false assumption. Fortunately for Ruby, Max had altered the card Ruby had made without her knowledge, which was more to Mr. Estevez's liking.
Season 1 (2002–03)
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Canadian air date ||U.S. air date |
|1a||"Ruby's Piano Practice"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||May 3, 2002||January 7, 2003|
|Ruby is practicing on the piano for the school concert and Max's toy fire truck's gone. Ruby tries to get Max to play with other toys until Ruby finds that Max's toy fire truck was in the piano.|
|1b||"Max's Bath"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||May 3, 2002||January 7, 2003|
|Max and Ruby eat lunch, but Max makes a mess, so Ruby decides to give him a bath. Max makes a mess in the bath, so Ruby gives him a shower. Max points out the stains on Ruby's dress.|
|1c||"Max's Bed Time"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 3, 2002||January 7, 2003|
|Max cannot sleep without his red rubber elephant. Later, he finds it must have been under his bed all this time.|
|2a||"Hide & Seek"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||May 10, 2002||January 6, 2003|
|Max plays Hide and Seek with Ruby but he will not let her have a turn at hiding.|
|2b||"Max's Breakfast"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 10, 2002||January 6, 2003|
|Max is not seen to eat his sunny-side-up egg and tries to hide it wanting strawberries instead. Max then manages to trick Ruby into eating the egg.|
|2c||"Louise's Secret"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 10, 2002||January 6, 2003|
|Louise has a secret for Ruby on the telephone, but Max keeps interrupting Ruby with his noisy toys. Max then hangs up so Ruby never learns the secret.|
|3a||"Max Misses the Bus"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 17, 2002||January 8, 2003|
|Ruby and Max are visiting to Louise's house, but Max wants to stay home. After Max makes them miss so many buses, Louise decides to come over at Max and Ruby's house.|
|3b||"Max's Worm Cake"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 17, 2002||January 8, 2003|
|Ruby wants to plant marigolds as Max has chosen to make a "worm cake." He uses all her marigold-planting materials in his worm cake, which proves to be good for the marigolds.|
|3c||"Max's Rainy Day"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 17, 2002||January 8, 2003|
|Max wants to play in the rain. By the time Ruby outfits Max with rain gear, the rain has stopped but Max puts the raincoats to good use with a garden hose.|
|4a||"Camp Out"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||May 24, 2002||TBA|
|Max and Ruby are having a camping but Max wants to sleep outside the tent. They do just that, when Max stuffs the tent with toys.|
|4b||"Ruby's Clubhouse"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||May 24, 2002||TBA|
|Ruby and Louise build a club, but Max tries to sneak in when they're not in. Later, Ruby builds Max his own club.|
|4c||"Max's Picnic"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||May 24, 2002||TBA|
|Ruby and Louise are bird watching but Max wants a cupcake. He attracts a speckled warbler, feeds it his cupcake and shows it to Ruby and Louise.|
|5a||"Max's Halloween"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||June 14, 2002||October 31, 2003|
|Max wants to be a vampire for Halloween, but Ruby would rather have him a prince to go with her princess costume.|
|5b||"Ruby's Leaf Collection"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||June 14, 2002||October 31, 2003|
|Ruby begins a collection of leaves but Max keeps getting in the way of finding the big tooth Aspen leaf.|
|5c||"The Blue Tarantula"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||June 14, 2002||October 31, 2003|
|Ruby reads Max a scary story of a blue tarantula, which makes him stay up. After he overcomes his fear, he scares Ruby.|
|6a||"Ruby's Merit Badge"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||June 28, 2002||January 9, 2003|
|Ruby wants to earn her First Aid merit badge and practices bandaging Max. Despite her failed practice, Ruby gets a merit badge, but not the one she expected.|
|6b||"Max's Apple"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||June 28, 2002||January 9, 2003|
|A song game on how to make apple pie inspires Max to want a barrel of apples to make his pie.|
|6c||"Quiet Max"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||June 28, 2002||January 9, 2003|
|Max and Ruby watch over Baby Huffington taking a nap, but Max wants to turn the radio on. While playing with a new doll, Ruby causes it to wake Baby Huffington by accident.|
|7a||"Max Cleans Up"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 4, 2002||January 13, 2003|
|Ruby wants to help Max tidy up his room, but Max stuffs the mess into his pocket instead.|
|7b||"Max's Cuckoo Clock"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 4, 2002||January 13, 2003|
|Ruby is babysitting Baby Huffington, but suddenly Max keeps playing with the Huffingtons's cuckoo clock.|
|7c||"Ruby's Jewelry Box"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 4, 2002||January 13, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise are making a tiara but Max wants to look in Ruby's jewelry box and Ruby does not want him in her room. Ruby makes a "keep-out" sign that reads, "NO! This means you!" Max disobeys Ruby and the sign and he eventually spills jewels on the floor.|
|8a||"Bunny Cakes"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 11, 2002||January 15, 2003|
|Ruby sends Max to get ingredients for Grandma's Angel Surprise cake with raspberry fluff icing. After many trips, Max finally gets Red Hot Marshmallow Squirters for his earthworm cake.|
|8b||"Bunny Party"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 11, 2002||January 15, 2003|
|At Grandma's birthday party, Ruby has invited her dolls. To get his own toys into the party, Max disguises them as Ruby's dolls.|
|8c||"Bunny Money"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 11, 2002||January 15, 2003|
|Ruby wants to buy a birthday gift for Grandma, but her money gets wasted for Max's problems. Max and Ruby end up buying gifts they can afford.|
|9a||"Max's Birthday"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 18, 2002||February 10, 2003|
|Max opens his last birthday gift to find a huge wind-up lobster but he prefers his wind-up chicks. When Ruby catches the lobster, Max decides he likes it after all.|
|9b||"Max's New Suit"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 18, 2002||February 10, 2003|
|Ruby invites Max to her Bunny Scout party. Max initially does not want to wear his new suit, and after Ruby persuades him to, he puts it on the wrong way.|
|9c||"Goodnight Max"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 18, 2002||February 10, 2003|
|Max keeps waking up to change his pajamas, because he did not like the one he was wearing. He keeps staining the ones Ruby makes him wear until he eventually gets the pajamas he wants. Ruby then gives him her Walkie-Talkie Bear to sleep with.|
|10a||"Max's Christmas"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||July 25, 2002||December 19, 2003|
|On Christmas Eve Max wants to stay up and see Santa Claus, but Ruby will not let him stay up. Max gets his chance to meet him as he delivers the gifts. The next day Ruby is surprised to see both Max and the gifts downstairs.|
|10b||"Ruby's Snow Queen"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 25, 2002||December 19, 2003|
|Max wants to play with his new toy, a screaming green alien gorilla, while Ruby works on her Snow Queen. Then the gorilla vanishes, but Max finds it in the Snow Queen.|
|10c||"Max's Rocket Run"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||July 25, 2002||December 19, 2003|
|Ruby, and Louise are going sledding down the big hill called the Rocket Run. But Max is told to go down the gentle slope, which is called Bunny Hill, but then he hitches a ride down the Rocket Run in Ruby's toboggan.|
|11a||"Max's Chocolate Chicken"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||August 1, 2002||April 16, 2003|
|Max is on an egg hunt, but gets an opportunity to take and eat a chocolate chicken the Easter Bunny left. Ruby is exasperated until the Easter Bunny gives her a chocolate duck.|
|11b||"Ruby's Beauty Shop"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||August 1, 2002||April 16, 2003|
|Louise and Ruby decide to pretend they own a salon, and Max is their customer. Max takes over when Grandma wants a makeover.|
|11c||"Max Drives Away"[note 1]||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||August 1, 2002||April 16, 2003|
|Max decides to drive to Grandma's house in his toy car to have ice cream for breakfast and Ruby is hot on his trail.|
|12a||"Ruby's Lemonade Stand"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||August 8, 2002||February 11, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise are having a lemonade stand for Bunny Scouts. After trying hard, Max gets a nickel to buy a glass for himself.|
|12b||"Ruby's Rummage Sale"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||August 8, 2002||February 11, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise are having a rummage sale, but Max wants to keep the toys Ruby and Louise want to give away. Grandma buys them back for Max.|
|12c||"Ruby's Magic Act"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||August 8, 2002||February 11, 2003|
|Louise and Ruby are performing a magic show, but Max is captivated by their magic box and almost spoils their secrets.|
|13a||"Max's Valentine"||Jamie Whitney||Patrick Granleese||March 14, 2003||February 14, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise make valentines. Max wants to make a valentine, but he's too little to use scissors and glue. Max mails a cherry-flavored Slime Dribbler to Grandma and comes back with him with a cake.|
|13b||"Ruby Flies a Kite"||Jamie Whitney||Kate Barris||March 14, 2003||February 14, 2003|
|Ruby tries to fly a kite but Max wants to help Ruby fly her kite. Ruby wants to fly her kite by herself. Then her kite got stuck in the tree. Suddenly, Max comes to rescue her kite with his toy helicopter.|
|13c||"Super Max"||Jamie Whitney||James Backshall||March 14, 2003||February 14, 2003|
|Ruby's doll Sally Swims-A-Lot's gone, and Max's alter-ego, Super Max, must look for her.|
Season 2 (2003–04)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Canadian air date ||U.S. air date |
|14a||1a||"Max's Work of Art"||Steven Boeckler||Patrick Granleese||July 8, 2003||September 2, 2003|
|After eating an art model, Max poses for Ruby and Louise so they paint two pictures of him. Later Max paints himself.|
|14b||1b||"Max Meets Morris"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||Kate Barris||July 8, 2003||September 2, 2003|
|Louise brings her little cousin Morris to meet Max. While Louise and Ruby make a banner for the Bunny Scout Picnic, Morris swipes Max's dumptruck for himself. NOTE: This is the first appearance of Morris.|
|14c||1c||"Ruby's Scavenger Hunt"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||Briane Nasimok||July 8, 2003||September 2, 2003|
|In a Bunny Scout scavenger hunt, the last thing the Bunny Scouts need to find is a worm. Max finds a worm for the scavenger hunt.|
|15a||2a||"Ruby's Hiccups"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||Shelley Hoffman and Robert Pincombe||July 15, 2003||February 13, 2003|
|Ruby has the hiccups and Max cannot find his monster mask. Grandma returns the Mask to him and scares Ruby and Louise which, in the process, removed Ruby's hiccups.|
|15b||2b||"The Big Picture"||Steven Boeckler||Anita Kapila||July 15, 2003||February 13, 2003|
|Max and Ruby decide to take a picture to send to Grandma as a gift, but all Max wants to do is chase a butterfly.|
|15c||2c||"Ruby's Stage Show"||Steven Boeckler||Nicole Demerse||July 15, 2003||February 13, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise have a stage show put on for Grandma but Max wants to play to be a Dragon. Grandma thinks Max and his dragon mask would be wonderful in the show.|
|16a||3a||"Max's Froggy Friend"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||Kate Barris||July 22, 2003||January 10, 2003|
|Max meets a frog, but Max and Ruby have to leave for a tea party they're having with Grandma. Max wants Froggy to come but Ruby thinks a tea party is no place for frogs.|
|16b||3b||"Max's Music"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||Patrick Granleese||July 22, 2003||January 10, 2003|
|Ruby, Valerie, and Louise practice for the Bunny Scout Concert, playing "The Farmer in the Dell", but Max is interrupting with his toy tools to play music.|
|16c||3c||"Max Gets Wet"||Steven Boeckler||James Backshall||July 22, 2003||January 10, 2003|
|Max and Ruby water the dried garden. But Max wants to go swimming in his pool than repair the garden, despite that they had lunch already and he has to wait a half-hour.|
|17a||4a||"Ruby's Tea Party"||Steven Boeckler||Nicole Demerse||July 29, 2003||January 14, 2003|
|Ruby wants to have a tea party with her dollies, but Max wants to play to be a pirate. Things get awry when Max uses Ruby's jewelry box as a chest.|
|17b||4b||"Max Is It"||Steven Boeckler||Patrick Granleese||July 29, 2003||January 14, 2003|
|At the park Max is chosen to be it in a game of Freeze Tag and the girls are impossible for Max to tag. However, it does not take long for Max to come up with a plan to win the game.|
|17c||4c||"Ruby's Science Project"||Jamie Whitney and Steven Boeckler||James Backshall||July 29, 2003||January 14, 2003|
|Ruby and Louise are doing a science project and Max wants sweets. Max actually wants sweets for a different reason than they thought.|
|#||Title||Guest characters||Written by||Original airdate|
|18||"Ruby's Panda Prize / Ruby's Roller Skates / Ghost Bunny"||Valerie, Mr. Piazza, Roger, the Huffingtons, Rosalinda, Louise, Grandma, Martha, Bunny Scout Leader||James Backshall / John Slama / Kate Barris||August 19, 2003|
|Ruby's Panda Prize: At the fair, Max wants jelly balls, but Ruby wants to win a prize panda. But with so many bunnies winning the prize, she does not seem to get one until Max wins one for her.
Ruby's Roller Skates: Ruby wants to learn how to roller-skate and is interrupted by Max who wants his lost Tow-a-Ton Tow Truck.Ghost Bunny: The Bunny Scouts are camping, telling ghost tales around the campfire complemented by s'mores. Max wants to hear the tales, but Ruby thinks they're too scary for him.
|19||"Max's Bug Salad / Ruby's Beach Party / Super Max to the Rescue"||Grandma, Rosalinda, Candi, Mrs. Huffington, Morris, Louise||John Slama / James Backshall / James Backshall||October 2, 2003|
|Max's Bug Salad: Max adds some candy bugs to Grandma's gelatin salad she makes for a tea party. Ruby is given full credit for making the salad, but she is shocked to see the candy bugs in the salad.
Ruby's Beach Party: Ruby and Louise want to have a beach party in Max and Ruby's sandbox while they wait for their swimming pool to warm up, only for Max and Morris to choose the same place to play Dump-truck.Super Max to the Rescue: Ruby and Louise play circus in the yard using their dolls and borrow Max's Red Rubber Elephant. Meanwhile Max plays "Super Bunny" but needs retrieve his red rubber elephant.
|20||"Max's Dragon Shirt / Max's Rabbit Racer / Roger's Choice"||Louise, Mrs. Huffington, Baby Huffington, Roger||Patrick Granleese / James Backshall / Kate Barris||October 9, 2003|
|Max's Dragon Shirt: Max and Ruby go to the shopping mall to buy Max new overalls, but Max wants a dragon T-shirt. Max sneaks away with a shirt getting it messed so Ruby just has to buy it.
Max's Rabbit Racer: Max plays with his Rabbit Racer while Ruby and Louise learn Baton-Twirling with Mrs. Huffington. Max's Rabbit Racer cars interrupt Ruby and Louise's practice.Roger's Choice: Ruby and Louise want to play with Roger but Max wants Roger to play cars with him. Eventually, Roger feels happier playing cars with Max.
|21||"Ruby's Pajama Party / Baby Max / Bunny Scout Brownies"||Louise, Valerie, the Huffingtons, Rosalinda, Mr. Piazza, Roger, Louise, Valerie, Candi||Patrick Granleese / James Backshall||October 16, 2003|
|Ruby's Pajama Party: Ruby, Louise, and Valerie are having a pajama party. Max wants to come too, but it's a pajama party for girl bunnies only. Ruby eventually gives up and lets Max in.
Baby Max: Louise and Ruby try to get Max to pretend to be a baby, but Max does not want to; he'd rather go on the playground slide.Bunny Scout Brownies: Ruby is selling brownies for Bunny Scouts, but Max keeps sampling them.
|22||"Max's Shadow / Max Remembers / Ruby's Candy Store"||Valerie, Mr. Huffington, Candi||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese / Kate Barris||October 23, 2003|
|Max's Shadow: Ruby and Valerie are trying to make a ballerina poster, but it is not working out. Max is playing with his shadow, which keeps disappearing in the sun.
Max Remembers: Max cannot remember why he had tied string to his finger. Ruby looked around the house for chores and ends up doing them for Max and all the time Max's string was for a yo-yo.Ruby's Candy Store: Ruby helps Candi at the candy store, but unfortunately she gets to know the candies tastes a little too good.
|23||"Max's Checkup / Max's Prize / Space Max"||Louise, Valerie, Bunny Scout Leader||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese / James Backshall||October 30, 2003|
|Max's Checkup: Louise and Ruby play doctor. Max is chosen as the patient, but he wants to play with his markers.
Max's Prize: Ruby and Louise look for special things for Ruby's charm bracelet. Max finishes a box of cereal to get a prize, just the thing Ruby needs to complete her charm bracelet.Space Max: Ruby, Valerie, and Louise are going to make a float for the Bunny Scout Parade, but Max wants to play to be a astronaut.
|24||"Ruby's Figure Eight / Ruby's Surprise Party / Ruby's Tent"||Roger, Valerie, Louise, Katie, Bunny Scout Leader||John Slama / Briane Nasimok / Kate Barris||April 13, 2004|
|Ruby's Figure Eight: Ruby and Louise go ice-skating and try to make figure-eights while Max wants to play hockey with Roger and the other boy bunnies.
Ruby's Surprise Party: Max is sent to look out for Louise approaching her surprise party, but Max keeps making false alarms, almost spoiling Louise's surprise.Ruby's Tent: Ruby and Valerie want to make a tent to earn a Bunny Scout merit badge, but Max gets in the way playing to be Super Bunny.
|25||"Ruby Writes a Story / Max's Dominoes / Grandma's Attic"||Morris, Louise, Bunny Scout Leader, Grandma||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / James Backshall||April 20, 2004|
|Ruby Write a Story: Ruby wants to write a story, but Max wants to play to be a cowboy, which later helps Ruby with the beginning of Ruby's story.
Max's Dominoes: Max and Morris both want to play dominoes as Louise and Ruby try to practice a hospitality meeting. The dominoes prove to make a terrific welcome for the Bunny scouts.Grandma's Attic: Max is curious to look inside a treasure box in Grandma's attic, but Ruby thinks he's not allowed to. Max finds the key to the treasure box in a shoe and Grandma shows them something special inside.
|26||"Max's Thanksgiving / Max's Pretend Friend / Fireman Max"||Grandma, Froggy, Louise, Bunny Scout Leader||Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese / James Backshall||May 3, 2004|
|Max's Thanksgiving: Max wants to sample Grandma's famous stuffing. By the time Ruby has finished decorating, Max has eaten all the stuffing and is too full to have Thanksgiving dinner.
Max's Pretend Friend: Ruby thinks that Max has a pretend friend when Max plays with Froggy and Ruby cannot see him.
Fireman Max: Max is playing to be a Fireman while Ruby and Louise practice Bunny Scout Jump Rope.
Season 3 (2007–08)[edit source]
|#||Title||Guest characters||Written by||Original airdate|
|27||"Ruby's Easter Bonnet / Max's Easter Parade / Max and the Easter Bunny"||Louise, Bunny Scout Leader, Unnamed girl Model Rabbit, Martha, Valerie, Froggy, Grandma||Patrick Granleese / Kate Barris||April 6, 2007|
|Ruby's Easter Bonnet: Ruby is making an Easter Bonnet for the Bunny Scout Easter Bonnet contest, while Max tries to teach Froggy to hop like a bunny.
Max's Easter Parade: Ruby is decorating Easter Eggs but Max wants to see an Easter parade. Ruby explains that there is not an Easter Parade, and asks Max to take each egg as she finishes it and puts it in a basket to show Grandma.
Max and the Easter Bunny: The Bunny Scouts are doing the annual Easter Egg Hunt. Max plays the Easter Bunny hiding the same eggs many times, so that Egg Hunt starts again. Note: This is an Easter episode.
|28||"Ruby's Hippity Hop Dance / Ruby's Bird Bath / Super Max Saves the World"||Louise, Roger, Grandma, Bunny Scout Leader, Morris||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Patrick Granleese / James Backshall||April 9, 2007|
|Ruby's Hippity Hop Dance: Ruby and Louise try to learn the Hippity Hop Dance, while Roger teaches Max how to play football and Ruby and Louise see that Max and Roger's victory dance is the Hippity Hop Dance.
Ruby's Bird Bath: Ruby makes a birdbath for a Bunny Scout merit badge, but Max keeps putting bath toys in it.Super Max Saves the World: Max (as Super Bunny) and Morris (as Zoom-Zoom) pretend to be superheroes while Ruby and Louise make a science project or cut it?
|29||"Ruby Delivers / Getting Crabby at the Beach / Max Babysits"||Grandma, Rosalinda, Baby Huffington, Mrs. Huffington||Patrick Granleese / John Mein / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe||April 10, 2007|
|Ruby Delivers: Ruby must make and deliver some fliers for Bunny Scout cupcakes. Max thinks that his toy planes are "fliers" which help in Ruby's task.
Getting Crabby at the Beach: Ruby collects seashells, but does not notice when Max tries to tell her about some mischievous crab. However the crab has dug them a tidal pool.
Max Babysits: Max and Ruby go to the Huffingtons' house to look after Baby Huffington, who seems to like loud toys instead of quiet sounds. NOTE: This is the first episode to have a segment (Getting Crabby at the Beach) take place at the beach, second was the eighth episode of this season in the segment: Ruby's Sandcastle.
|30||"Max's Fire Flies / Max and Ruby's Fashion Show / Ruby's Sing Along"||Louise, Grandma, Valerie||Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / James Backshall||April 11, 2007|
|Max's Fire Flies: Max wants to catch fireflies while Ruby and Louise decide to see the Fourth of July fireworks.
Max and Ruby's Fashion Show: Ruby and Louise start their own fashion show, Max dresses up as pirate. Grandma thinks his pirate outfit is great in the fashion show and tops it off with a plastic parrot.Ruby's Sing Along: Ruby wants to sing and play the piano at the same time for a talent show. Ruby does not think his wind-up toy animals can sing, until they help out with a song called "Max and Ruby Had a Farm".
|31||"Ruby's Safari / Max's Mud Bath / Max's Lost Lizard"||Louise, Bunny Scout Leader, Grandma||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe||April 12, 2007|
|Ruby's Safari: Ruby and Louise go on a safari, but Max scares them with his animal toys. By chance, they take a picture of a hummingbird.
Max's Mud Bath: Ruby and Louise have set up the beauty shop again, with Max as their customer, but Max just wants to play in the mud.Max's Lost Lizard: Ruby and Louise worry when their chameleon gets out from its case, while Max enjoys watching it change color and patterns.
|32||"Surprise Ruby / Ruby's Birthday Party / Ruby's Birthday Present"||Grandma, Louise, Valerie, Martha, Froggy||Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese||May 4, 2007|
|Surprise Ruby: It's Ruby's birthday party. Ruby awaits a surprise party at their home, but Max makes off with her birthday princess tiara.
Ruby's Birthday Party: Ruby's friends throw her a birthday party at Grandma's house. Max wants cake but Ruby insists they must play some party games before eat cake.
Ruby's Birthday Present: Ruby opens her birthday gifts and saves the pretty wrapping paper. Max tries to wrap a present for Ruby, but gets stuck in the wrapping paper making him the perfect gift. NOTE: This is a special three-part episode where the story of the first segment continues onto the following two. This is the only episode where Ruby celebrates her birthday party.
|33||"Ruby's Puppet Show / Sugarplum Max / Max's Ant Farm"||Louise, Grandma, Valerie, Martha||Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese||May 15, 2007|
|Ruby's Puppet Show: Max attempts to get a role in Ruby and Louise's puppet show of Mary Had A Little Lamb.
Sugarplum Max: Ruby and Louise practice Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy, while Max tries various attempts to get a sugarplum.Max's Ant Farm: Max and Ruby are on a chase to get Max's ants back in the ant farm, before Ruby's party guests notice.
|34||"Ruby's Loose Tooth / Ruby Scores! / Ruby's Sandcastle"||Grandma, Louise, Roger||James Backshall / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe||May 16, 2007|
|Ruby's Loose Tooth: Ruby loses one of their tooths and cannot find it. In the end it's in her muffin.
Ruby Scores!: Ruby tries to play soccer, but Max's robots are in the way.Ruby's Sandcastle: Ruby wants to make a sandcastle, but Max wants to go swimming.
|35||"Grandma's Berry Patch / Ruby's Bunny Scout Parade / Ruby's Detective Agency"||Grandma, Louise, Bunny Scout Leader, Valerie, Martha||James Backshall / Kate Barris / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe||May 17, 2007|
|Grandma's Berry Patch: Max and Ruby pick raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries so Grandma can make her special surprise berry recipe.
Ruby's Bunny Scout Parade: Ruby and Louise paint a banner for their Bunny Scout parade, while Max's interruptions help them progress.
Ruby's Detective Agency: Grandma has a surprise for Ruby, but before Ruby can go to Grandma's house she must solve the mystery of the missing Mrs. Quack. NOTE: At the end of Ruby's Bunny Scout Parade, Ruby & Louise choose Max to be their troop's official mascot. This explains why Max who despite being a boy is able to join Ruby and her Bunny Scout troop in various Bunny Scout activates such as the bunny scout camping trips in later episodes as he is simply fulfilling his role as the bunny scout troop's mascot, as the official bunny scout mascots are supposed to attend all bunny scout events such as parades and camping trips as a symbol of good luck as explained by Louise's reading of the bunny scout handbook in this episode.
|36||"Max's Rocket Racer / Max and Morris Blast-Off! / Max's Candy Apple"||Louise, Candi (cameo), Rosalinda, Mr. Huffington, Mr. Piazza, Morris, Bunny Scout Leader, Valerie, Martha, Roger,||Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Kate Barris||May 18, 2007|
|Max's Rocket Racer: Max wants to go on Mr. Piazza's Rocket Racer ride, but Max is below the required height line, so he tries many ways to look taller, until Mr. Piazza gives him an alternative ride.
Max and Morris Blast-Off!: Ruby and Louise make preparations for Bunny Scout Leader's birthday party. The meeting gets that extra special touch when Max and Morris "help".Max's Candy Apple: At the East Bunny Hop Fall Fair, Ruby insists she and Max participate in some races first to win a prize, but Max has his sights set on a candy apple
|37||"Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales"||Grandma, Louise, Froggy||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese / James Backshall||May 21, 2007|
|Little Red Ruby Riding Hood: Ruby wants to bring Cookies to Grandma's House, but Max wants to eat them, so Ruby tells him the story of Little Red Ruby Hood and the Big Max Wolf.
Max and the Beanstalk: Max is not to keen on his dinner: Green beans. Ruby tells him a tale about how Beans are good for him.
The Froggy Prince: Ruby and Louise are putting on a fairy tale show while Max is playing with Froggy. NOTE: This is a special episode labeled "Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales" where all three segments feature a fairy tale story told.
|38||"Max and Ruby's Perfect Pumpkin / Max's Jack-O'-Lantern / Max's Big Boo!"||Mr. Piazza, Valerie, Mr. Huffington, Roger (non-speaking cameo), Grandma, Louise, Valerie, Martha,||James Backshall / John Slama / Patrick Granleese||October 29, 2007|
|Max and Ruby's Perfect Pumpkin: Max and Ruby find a perfect pumpkin for halloween in Mr. Piazza's store. Each time Ruby selects a pumpkin, Max distracts her and someone steals the pumpkin.
Max's Jack-O-Lantern: Max and Ruby dress up for a Halloween party at their home. Ruby tells Max to design a pumpkin face for Grandma to carve, but Ruby insists it must be a happy, smiley pumpkin.
Max's Big Boo!: Max and Ruby prepare to go trick-or-treating. Max tries every method to scare Ruby, but Ruby knows all his tricks.
|39||"Grandma's Present / Max and Ruby's Christmas Tree / Max's Snowplow"||Grandma, Mr. Huffington, Roger||Kate Barris / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / James Backshall||December 7, 2007|
|Grandma's Present: Ruby wants to buy a boa for Christmas, but Grandma buys it for Ruby and Max buys Grandma some cowboy hats.
Max and Ruby's Christmas Tree: Ruby wants to put some ornamental decorations on the Christmas tree, but Max wants to hang up toys. Ruby forgets to put the star on top, but Max takes care of that.
Max's Snowplow: Ruby tries to shovel the snow off the lawn to make room for Grandma to get to their house, but Max's toy car turns out to be easier. Note: This is a Christmas episode.
|40||"Max's Snow Day / Max's Snow-Bunny / Max's Mix Up"||Grandma, Louise, Morris||Kate Barris / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / John Slama||January 25, 2008|
|Max's Snow Day: Max wants to go outside in the snow, but there is a blizzard.
Max's Snow-Bunny: Max tries to find out if the abominable snow bunny is real.
Max's Mix Up: Max wants to continue sledding, but Ruby wants to play dress up with her dolls. When Louise and Morris come over, he sees that Morris is sledding at the same time Ruby is going to play dress up with her dolls. So, Max switches his snow clothes with Morris.
Season 4 (2009–10)[edit source]
|#||Title||Guest characters||Written by||Original airdate|
|41||"Grandma's Treasure Hunt / Ruby's Jigsaw Puzzle / Ruby's Recital"||Louise, Grandma||Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese / Shelly Huffman and Rob Pincome||October 4, 2009|
|Grandma's Treasure Hunt : Ruby and Louise are going on a treasure hunt set up by Grandma. Max wants to make it a pirate treasure hunt.
Ruby's Jigsaw Puzzle: Ruby is assembling a jigsaw puzzle, but Max's wind-up lobster swipes one of the pieces. Max chases it all over the house to retrieve it.Ruby's Recital: Ruby's Grandma calls up Ruby and suggests a recital in the garden. Ruby cannot find an instrument she wants to play, but then finds out the recital is for her.
|42||"Ruby's Homerun / Ruby's Missing Tune / Ruby's Handstand"||Louise, Valerie, Martha, Roger, Unnamed boy rabbit (Non-Speaking), Grandma, Bunny Scout Leader||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese||October 5, 2009|
|Ruby's Homerun : Ruby and her friends are playing baseball. This is Ruby's first time playing and it seems Max and his toy airplanes are not making the game any easier.
Ruby's Missing Tune: Ruby and Louise are practicing their ballet that they're going to have for Grandma. Max would rather play in his race car. When he rips Ruby's radio by accident, he helps them with the music, causing Ruby to remember the tune she forgot in the song.Ruby's Handstand: Ruby and Louise are working to earn their gymnastics badge and in order to earn it, they have to do a handstand for five whole seconds. Max wants to play on the swings.
|43||"Ruby's Rainbow / Home Tweet Home / Max's Mudpie"||Grandma, Louise,||Louise Moon / Bernice Vanderlaan / Kate Barris||October 6, 2009|
|Ruby's Rainbow: Ruby is trying to make a rainbow painting for Grandma, but Max keeps trying to get her to go outside.
Home Tweet Home: Ruby and Louise are making a birdhouse, but Max keeps asking for snacks.Max's Mudpie: Max wants to make a mudpie. Ruby wants him to stay clean, because Grandma's coming over with a treat.
|44||"Max Saves the Parade / Max's Big Kick / Ruby's Horn of Plenty"||Grandma, Louise, Roger||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / James Backshall / Kate Barris||October 11, 2009|
|Max Saves the Parade: Ruby and Louise are making a float for the Fall Fun Festival Parade. Max and Roger are as well, but when both pairs clash, Max and Roger decide to combine the floats into one.
Max's Big Kick: Roger is teaching Max how to kick a football while Ruby and Louise make a leaf collage, but somehow the park does not seem big enough for the four of them.Ruby's Horn of Plenty: It is the fall and Ruby is picking vegetables to decorate her Cornucopia, but Max would rather eat them instead.
|45||"Ruby's Snow Bunny / Ruby's Snowflake / Duck, Duck, Goose"||Roger, Grandma, Louise, Valerie||James Backshall / Patrick Granleese / Bernice Vanderlann||November 28, 2009|
|Ruby's Snow Bunny: Ruby and Max have made a beautiful snow bunny. Now Ruby has to find somewhere safe from the tobogganing.
Ruby's Snowflake: Ruby has made snowflake cookies for herself, Max and Grandma. She decorates them while trying to keep a determined Max from takes one for himself.Duck, Duck, Goose: After a game of duck, duck, goose in the park with Max, Ruby, Louise and Valerie look for some winter birds, which Max finds first but Ruby just thinks he wants to keep playing the game.
|46||"Ruby's Good Neighbor Report / Candy Counting / Ruby's New Shoes"||Grandma, the Huffingtons, Mr. Piazza, Katie, Candi, Louise, Morris, Super Bunny||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Rose Tavelli / James Backshall||December 1, 2009|
|Ruby's Good Neighbor Report: Ruby is writing a report for Bunny Scouts about good neighbors; she asks various neighbors who she should write about and finds her subject: Max.
Candy Counting: Ruby and Max go to Candi's store. Ruby tries to count a jar of gummy worms to win it, while Max interrupts her.Ruby's New Shoes: Ruby, Max and Grandma are at the shopping mall for the shoe room. Max desperately wants to see his favourite series character Super Bunny making an appearance in the store.
|47||"Max's Balloon Buddies / Ruby's Penny Carnival / Ruby's Big Win"||Louise, Valerie, Grandma, the Huffingtons, Morris (cameo), Roger Piazza||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Bernice Vanderlann / Patrick Granleese||December 3, 2009|
|Max's Balloon Buddies: Max and Ruby are at the fair. Mr. Huffington gives Max a balloon animal but he keeps losing it.
Ruby's Penny Carnival: Ruby and her friends are having a penny carnival to make money for a escursion, but Max would rather hold a haunted house instead.Ruby's Big Win: Ruby and Max go to a nearby fun fair. Ruby wants to win a goldfish, by shooting a basket ball through a hole, but she keeps failing her tries and wastes her tickets on trying to win, but however Max wins many prizes, but when he wins his last prize and Ruby has one last chance to win the goldfish he intentionally runs into Ruby causing her to shoot the ball into the hole, and Ruby wins her goldfish. Max then finds his prize useful for Ruby's fish bowl.
|48||"Ruby's Gingerbread House / Max's Christmas Passed / Max's New Year"||Louise, Grandma||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Kate Barris||December 30, 2009|
|Ruby's Gingerbread House: Ruby and Louise are trying to build a Gingerbread House, but Max and his gummy wormans keep getting in the way, sometimes scaring the girls.
Max's Christmas Passed: As Christmas passed, Ruby is sad, but intends to take the decorations off, but Max has a surprise in store for Ruby.Max's New Year: Max and Ruby go to Grandma's House for New Year's Eve. Max wants to eat cookies before midnight, and Ruby must stop him.
|49||"Max's Castle / Bunny Hopscotch / Max's Grasshopper"||Louise, Hoppy the Grasshopper, Bunny Scout Leader||Kate Barris||January 4, 2010|
|Max's Castle: Ruby and Louise are making a castle made of blocks, but Max keeps on adding more and more blocks.
Bunny Hopscotch: Ruby and Lousie are trying to play hopscotch, but Max keeps annoying them by using stones.Max's Grasshopper: Bunny Scout Ruby and Bunny Scout Louise are trying to measure the bean plants, when Max has a grasshopper named Hoppy. This gave Ruby and Louise an idea.
|50||"Ruby's Real Cinderella / Ruby's Hula Hoop / Max and the Martians"||Grandma, Louise, Valerie, Bunny Scout Leader||Patrick Granleese / Louise Moon||January 20, 2010|
|Ruby's Real Cinderella: Ruby and Louise are playing Cinderella. A particularly messy Max wants to play but the girls will not let him. When Grandma comes over with the glass slippers, only Max's paws fit them.
Ruby's Hula Hoop: Louise is trying to teach Ruby how to use a hula hoop, but Max and his wind-up bugs keeps distracting her.Max and the Martians: Louise, Valerie are stargazing for Mars to earn their Astronomy badge from Bunny Scout Leader. Max releases a horde of wind-up Martians and ends up helping the girls out.
|51||"Ruby's Water Lily / Super Max's Cape / Max Says Goodbye"||Louise, Valerie, Martha, Grandma, Roger, the Huffingtons||Louise Moon / Patrick Granleese / Kate Barris||January 22, 2010|
|Ruby's Water Lily: Ruby, Louise, Martha and Valerie are showing Grandma their synchronised swimming routine, while Roger Max takes swimming. Max's water toys hinder the girls' practice, but help with their final routine.
Super Max's Cape: In the park Mr. and Mrs. Huffington ask Max and Ruby to watch their Baby for a bit. Max wants to play Super Bunny, while Ruby thinks they should play quietly, but Baby Huffington wants to play Super Bunny with Max.Max Says Goodbye: Ruby and Max are going to Louise's for the whole day. Ruby gives Max a backpack for the toys he wants to take with him and tells him he has to say goodbye to the rest. After rushing around the house saying goodbye to the toys he is not taking, Grandma shows up and offers to stay home with Max to play pirates together. so he says goodbye to Ruby instead.
|52||"Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales 2"||Grandma, Louise, Valerie||James Backshall||January 28, 2010|
|The Princess and the Marbles: Ruby tells Max the story of The Princess and the Marbles after Max interrupts Ruby's princess game.
Emperor Max's New Suit: Ruby and Grandma takes Max to the store to get him a new suit, but he does not want one. Ruby tells him the story of Emperor Max's New Suit to get him to try on some clothes, but it does not quite have the effect she was hoping for.
Max and the 3 Little Bunnies: Ruby, Louise and Valerie are playing with paper dolls, but Max tears their house with his blimp toy. Ruby tells him the story of The Big Max Wolf and the 3 Little Bunnies and Max uses his blimp to make a new house out of toy bricks. NOTE: This is the second and last "Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales" episode where all three segments feature a fairy tale story told.
Season 5 (2011–13)
|#||Title||Guest characters||Written by||Original airdate|
|53||"Ruby's Perfect Christmas Tree / Max's Christmas Present / Max and Ruby's Christmas Carol"||Grandma, Louise, Mr. Huffington, Audience||Kate Barris / Shelly Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / Kate Barris||December 10, 2011|
|Ruby's Perfect Christmas Tree: Ruby wants to find the perfect Christmas tree at Santa's Tree Rent
Max's Christmas Present: When it comes to Christmas presents, Max knows who to ask...Santa! While Ruby makes Christmas tree decorations.
Max and Ruby's Christmas Carol: Max is in charge of ringing his little bell while Ruby, Louise & Valerie are caroling, but Max rings the big bell, calling the whole town to watch the carolers. Note: This is a Christmas-themed episode.
|54||"Max Says Hello / Ruby's Spa Day / Ruby's Tai Chi"||Louise, Grandma, Valerie, Bunny Scout Leader||Kate Barris / Andrew Sabiston / Paddy Granleese||January 23, 2012|
|Max Says Hello: Ruby picks Max up from Grandma's house and the two return home following Ruby's playdate at Louise's house, Max wants to say hello to and play with his toys, but Ruby tells him to put them away before Louise comes over to continue her and Ruby's playdate at Max & Ruby's house.
Ruby's Spa Day: Ruby makes her own spa for her and Louise, but Max wants to play his drum, which keeps interrupting the girls.Ruby's Tai Chi: Ruby tries to practice Tai Chi with her friends to earn a Bunny Scout Martial Arts badge, but Max's toys are interfering.
|55||"Ruby Gets the Picture / Ruby's Birdie / Max Plays Catch"||Stick the stick insect, Louise, Roger, Grandma||Andrew Sabiston / David Dias||January 24, 2012|
|Ruby Gets the Picture: Bunny Scouts Ruby and Louise get unexpected help from Max and his new animal friend Stick in their hunt for an unusual insect.
Ruby's Birdie: Max's rocket launches interrupt Ruby's quest to achieve her best in badminton.Max Plays Catch: Max's game of catch with Roger threatens to ruin Ruby's garden party with Grandma!
|56||"Ruby's Bedtime Story / Ruby's Amazing Maze / Max's Nightlight"||Louise, Valerie, Martha, Bunny Scout Leader, Mrs. Huffington||Patrick Granleese / Andrew Sabiston / Paddy Granleese||January 25, 2012|
|Ruby's Bedtime Story: Ruby wants to finish reading her bunny version of the Nancy Drew books, but Max keeps stopping the story.
Ruby's Amazing Maze: Ruby is making a maze for Grandma, but Max's train keeps getting in the way.Max's Nightlight: On a camping trip, Max needs a nightlight - and he gets one in an unexpected & beautiful way!
|57||"Max's Sandwich / Max's Ice Cream Cone / Ruby's Art Stand"||Louise, Roger, Mrs. Huffington, Baby Huffington, Mr. Piazza, Rosalinda, Aunt Claire, Katie, Grandma||John Slama / Dave Dias / Paddy Granleese||January 26, 2012|
|Max's Sandwich: Ruby loves trying the exotic food at the multicultural fair, but Max just wants a sandwich.
Max's Ice Cream Cone: Ruby wants to make a special treat for Grandma, but Max keeps using the ingredients.Ruby's Art Stand: On a hot summer day, Ruby wants to sell her art, while Max wants to stay cool.
|58||"Picture Perfect / Detective Ruby / Superbunny Saves the Cake"||Grandma, Rosalinda||Meghan Read / Paddy Granleese / Craig Martin||February 13, 2012|
|Picture Perfect: Ruby needs Max to stop making silly faces so they can take a picture for Grandma.
Detective Ruby: To track down her missing toys, Ruby becomes Nancy Drew, while Max's lobster provides a clue.Superbunny Saves the Cake: Ruby is making a birthday cake for Grandma, meanwhile, Max gives a revamp to his Super Max ego.
|59||"Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales 3"||Grandma, Louise, Valerie||Craig Martin / James R. Backshall||February 14, 2012|
|The Bunny Who Cried Lobster: Ruby does not believe who took her cake. She tells Max the tale of the "Bunny Who Cried Lobster".
Max and The Three Bears: Max is uninvited to Ruby's Pajama party. She tells him the tale of "Max and the Three Bears".
Little Ruby Hen: Max is not helping Ruby. She tells him the tale of "The Little Ruby Red Hen". NOTE: This is the third and last "Max and Ruby's Bunny Tales" episode where all three segments feature a fairy tale story told.
|60||"Ruby's Bird Walk / Max Goes Fishing / Ruby Tries Again"||Bunny Scout Leader, Louise, Mrs. Huffington, Valerie||Patrick Granleese / Kate Barris||February 15, 2012|
|Ruby's Bird Walk: Max keeps trying to eat the popcorn that Ruby and her friends need to attract birds and earn a Bird Watching Badge.
Max Goes Fishing: While Ruby tries to earn her Canoeing Badge during a canoeing competition, while Max wants to fish and tries to catch a "Big One!"
Ruby Tries Again: Ruby must build a campfire to earn a Scout Badge, but Max's tire swing gets in the way! NOTE: All three episodes take place during Ruby's Bunny Scout Troop's Camping Trip to Loon Lake. Max also joins her on the trip due to his role as her troop's official mascot.
|61||"Max's Ride / Max on Guard / Ruby's Real Tea Party"||Grandma, Queen of Buckingham Palace||Meghan Read / Patrick Granleese / John Slama||February 16, 2012|
|Max's Ride: Ruby wants to see everything on her trip to London, England. Max just wants to go on the rides.
Max on Guard: Max is on a mission to make a Royal Guard smile outside Buckingham Palace, while Ruby hopes to catch a glimpse of the Queen.
Ruby's Real Tea Party: Ruby hopes to see the Queen at a tea party at Buckingham Palace in London. NOTE: This is a three-part episode where Ruby, Max, and Grandma go on a trip to their world's version of London, England.
|62||"Ruby's Earth Day Party / Ruby's Earth Day Checklist / Max's Duck Day"||Valerie, Louise, Roger, Grandma, Buuny Scout Leader||Kim Thompson / Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman and Robert Pincombe||April 21, 2012|
|Ruby's Earth Day Party: Ruby wants to host a perfect Earth Day Costume Party, but Max wants to get dirty.
Ruby's Earth Day Checklist: Ruby wants to do everything on her Earth Day checklist.
Max's Ducky Day: While Ruby helps clean up the park for Earth Day, Max finds a way to help a duckling get back to its mother.
|63||"Grandma's Birthday / Max's Hand Print / Grandma's Surprise Dance"||Grandma, Louise, Mr. Piazza, Roger, Rosalinda, Mrs. Huffington, Mr. Huffington||Andrew Sabiston / Katherine Standford / Kim Thompson||May 11, 2012|
|Grandma's Birthday: Ruby wants to surprise Grandma on Grandma Appreciation Day.
Max's Hand Print: Ruby wants to make a print of Max's hand for Grandma.
Grandma's Surprise Dance: Ruby wants to throw Grandma a beautiful waltzing dance party.
|64||"Engineer Max / Max's Toy Train / Max's Train Ride"||Grandma, Mr. Huffington, Mrs. Huffington, Morris (cameo), Froggy||Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe / James R. Backshall / Kate Barris||May 14, 2012|
|Engineer Max: Ruby wants to get Max to Grandma's house for a special surprise.
Max's Toy Train: Ruby wants to get ready for a sleepover at Grandma's.Max's Train Ride: Max is excited about riding on a train, but Ruby ensures that he does not board the wrong train.
|65||"Max's Kite / Max's Beach Ball / Ruby's Limbo"||Grandma, Valerie, Louise, Martha, Roger, Mr. Huffington, Mrs. Huffington||ames R. Backshall / Andrew Sabiston||June 1, 2012|
|Max's Kite: Ruby wants to learn how beach volleyball is played. Max just want to fly his kite.
Max's Beach Ball: Max and Ruby are visiting the beach today! Ruby wants to makes a seashell necklace. Max just wants to play with his beach ball.Ruby's Limbo: Ruby wants to win the limbo contest at the beach in Hawaii, while Max just wants to play with his flying saucer.
|66||"Ruby's Diorama / Ruby's Croquet Match / Ruby's Huff and Puff"||Bunny Scout Leader, Louise, Valerie, Mrs. Huffington, Roger||Shelley Hoffman and Robert Pincombe / Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman and Robert Pincombe||October 9, 2012|
|Ruby Diorama: When Bunny Scout Leader arrives, she is thrilled with Ruby's diorama, especially the added touch of the Main Street 'Parade
Ruby's Croquet Match: Max wants to make his own parade.Ruby's Huff and Puff: Ruby is putting the finishing touches on her diorama of East Bunnyhop's main street.
|67||"Max's Pinata / Ruby's Movie Night / Doctor Ruby"||Louise, Roger, Clara, Mrs. Piazza, Grandma||John Slama / Anita Kapila / Patrick Granleese||October 10, 2012|
|Max's Pinata: Ruby gets Max to pick a souvenir from the All-Round The World Fair, but Max wants a go on hitting a pinata.
Ruby's Movie Night: Ruby invites Louise to her movie night and Max just wants to eat popcorn.Doctor Ruby: Ruby gives Grandma a check-up and gives her milk and cookies, and Max just wants to eat cookies, so he uses marker to put dots on his face so he can have cookies.
|68||"Ruby's Tower / Ruby's Juice Bar / Max's Tree Fort"||Louise, Grandma, Roger, Bunny Scout Leader||Carol Commisso / Carolyn Hay / Andrew Sabiston||October 11, 2012|
|Ruby's Tower: While it is raining outside, Ruby is building a tower as Max wants to find some things that "bounce".
Ruby's Juice Bar: Ruby and Louise are opening up a juice bar as Max wants to make music.Max's Tree Fort: Max and Roger are making a tree fort while Ruby and Louise are taking pictures of animals.
|69||"Max and the Magnet / Ruby's Parrot Project / Max's Spaghetti"||Grandma, Rosalinda, Pandora, Mr. Piazza||Carol Commisso / Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese||October 12, 2012|
|Max and the Magnet: Ruby makes a special brooch for Grandma, but Max's magnets cause her some interference.
Ruby's Parrot Project: Ruby tries to teach Rosalinda's parrot, Pandora, to talk, but Max's toys get in the way.Max's Spaghetti: Ruby and Max make Grandma's kitchen look like an Italian restaurant, while Max wants to eat spaghetti before Mr. Piazza comes.
|70||"Ruby's Autograph / A Toy for Baby Huffington / Max's Big Dig"||Louise, Candi, Bunny Pavlova, Rosalinda, Mr. Piazza, Katie, Mrs. Huffington, Baby Huffington||Patrick Granleese / Kim Thompson / Patrick Granleese||October 22, 2012|
|Ruby's Autograph: Ruby wants to get an autograph from Bunny Pavlova, while Max just wants to have a slice of pizza.
A Toy for Baby Huffington: Ruby and Max look for toys for Baby Huffington. Max wants to give him a robot, but Ruby insists to give him a safe one, and he ends up making his own robot.Max's Big Dig: Max, Ruby and Louise look for dinosaur bones.
|71||"Max and Ruby's Train Trip / Go to Sleep Max / Conductor Max"||Grandma, Aunt Claire, Uncle Nate||Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese||October 23, 2012|
|Max and Ruby's Train Trip: Max and Ruby go on the first train ride with Grandma in order to visit their Aunt Claire and Uncle Nate
Go to Sleep Max: Max wants to go in Ruby's upper berth in the sleeper car, Ruby mistakenly believing he wanted to stay up.
Conductor Max: Max helps other passengers as he tries to get back Ruby's greeting card he lost in the conductor's hat.
|72||"Max's Red Rubber Elephant Mystery / Ruby's Toy Drive / Max and Ruby's Big Finish"||Grandma, Bunny Scout Leader, Louise, Valerie, Mr. Huffington, Mrs. Huffington, Mr. Piazza, Clara, Rosalinda, Roger, Katie||Patrick Granleese / Kate Barris||October 24, 2012|
|Max's Red Rubber Elephant Mystery: When Max discovers that Ruby wants to solve a mystery, just like Bunny Drew, suddenly his Red Rubber Elephant goes missing.
Ruby's Toy Drive:Max and Ruby's Big Finish:
|73||"Ruby's Memory Quilt / Lights, Camera, Ruby! / Ruby's Ping-Pong Record"||Louise, Grandma||Anita Kapila / Patrick Granleese / John Slama||October 25, 2012|
|Ruby's Memory Quilt: Max wants to play to be a cowboy while Ruby and Louise create their memory quilt.
Lights, Camera, Ruby!: Louise is making a movie about Ruby for Grandma, while Max does some tricks which get caught on camera.Ruby's Ping-Pong Record: Louise and Ruby attempt to break the East Bunnyhop Ping-Pong record, but Max keeps to using their Ping-Pong table as a pretend space station.
|74||"Ruby & The Beast / Max and Ruby's Halloween House / Max's Trick or Treat"||Grandma, Valerie, Louise, Mr. Piazza, Mrs. Huffington, Baby Huffington, Katie, Clara, Rosalinda||Meghan Read / James R. Backshall / Kate Barris||October 26, 2012|
|Ruby & The Beast:
Max and Ruby's Halloween House:
Max's Trick or Treat: Note: This is third Halloween episode.
|75||"Max and Ruby Give Thanks / Max Leaves / Ruby's Fall Pageant"||Louise, Valerie, Mr. Huffington, Mrs. Huffington||Andrew Sabiston / Garner Haines / Kate Barris||November 19, 2012|
|Max and Ruby Give Thanks:
Ruby's Fall Pageant: Ruby, Louise and Valerie act as the four seasons for the Fall pageant. However, when Martha, who is supposed to play Spring, falls ill, the girls desperately try to find a replacement for her.
|76||"Ruby's Big Case / Ruby's Rhyme Time / Max's Library Card"||Louise, Bunny Scout Leader, Mr. Huffington, Grandma, Valerie, Martha||Anita Kapila / Kate Barris / Patrick Granleese||January 28, 2013|
|Ruby's Big Case: Ruby and Louise read an old Bunny Drew novel of Grandma's, but are forced to investigate when pages of the book are gone.
Ruby's Rhyme Time:Max's Library Card: Ruby plays to be a librarian and lends out books, as Max plays to be a Magician. Max wants to borrow a book about stage magic, but Ruby will not left him borrow it with out his Library Card.
|77||"Max & Ruby's Groundhog Day / Ruby's First Robin of Spring / Grandma's Geraniums"||East Bunnyhop Bill, Grandma, Louise, Valerie, Mr. Huffington, Mrs. Huffington, Mr. Piazza, Roger, Baby Huffington||James R. Backshall / Talyana Terzopoulos / Andrew Sabiston||January 30, 2013|
|Max & Ruby's Groundhog Day: Ruby and Max leave food for the local groundhog East Bunnyhop Bill, but the groundhog is only eating the food that Max is leaving behind.
Ruby's First Robin of Spring:
Grandma's Geraniums: Ruby is trying to plant geraniums in Grandma's garden, but Max keeps taking items that Ruby needs for planting, so that he can come up with his own surprise for Grandma.
|78||"Space Bunny / Max's Sprinkler / Max's Pogo Stick"||Louise, Valerie, Martha, Grandma, Mrs. Huffington||James R. Backshall / Patrick Granleese / Shelley Hoffman & Robert Pincombe||February 11, 2013|
|Space Bunny: Ruby goes to Grandma's attic to get some things to finish her Scrapbook, while Max plays with outer space toys.
Max's Sprinkler: Max wants to play with the sprinkler while Ruby and her friends are having a summer fashion show.Max's Pogo Stick: Ruby wants to surprise Grandma by planting daisies in her garden, while Max is trying to learn how to hop on a pogo stick.
Season 6 (2016–17)
|Title||Story#||Directed by||Written by||Canadian air date||U.S. air date ||Prod.|
|79a||1a||"Max's Preschool"||1||Derek Prout||Sheila Dinsmore||2 January 2017||September 18, 2016||080||0.61|
|Max creates a good impression on his new preschool class.|
|79b||1b||"Grandma's Story Time Sleepover"|
"Grandma's Storytime Sleepover"
|2||Derek Prout||Shelly Hoffman & Rob Pincombe||2 January 2017||September 18, 2016||080||0.61|
|Max and Ruby have a special camp out story extravaganza when Grandma comes to visit.|
|80a||2a||"Ruby's Teacher"||3||Derek Prout||Sheila Dinsmore||TBA||September 18, 2016||081||0.60|
|Ruby, Valerie and Louise want to create a special card for their new teacher.|
|80b||2b||"Max's Art Time"||4||TBA||TBA||TBA||September 18, 2016||081||0.60|
|Max and his classmates paint self-portraits. Meanwhile, Ruby works as Miss Bunty's assistant helper for the day.|
|81a||3a||"Show and Tell"||5||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 24, 2016||079||0.69|
|Max wants to bring his toy Tin-Froggy to school for Show and Tell, however Ruby tries to convince him to choose something else.|
|81b||3b||"The Whirligig"||6||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 24, 2016||079||0.69|
|While playing with Max's new Whirligig toy, Max & his classmate Lily help Ruby with keeping a flock of crows out of Ruby's garden.|
|82a||4a||"Max's Rocket"||7||Derek Prout||Shelley Hoffman and Rob Pincombe||TBA||October 25, 2016||082||0.70|
|Mr. Bunny gives Max & Ruby a cardboard box to share. Max wants turn a cardboard box into a pretend rocket ship as Ruby and Louise want to turn it into Rapunzel's Tower.|
|82b||4b||"Max! Bam! Boom!"||8||Derek Prout||Patrick Granleese||TBA||October 25, 2016||082||0.70|
|Max creates a one-bunny-band, giving Ruby, Louise, and Valerie something special for their talent show performance.|
|83a||5a||"Max Whistles"||9||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 26, 2016||083||0.89|
|Max learns how to whistle.|
|83b||5b||"Ruby's Photo Op"||10||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 26, 2016||083||0.89|
|Ruby wants to take a perfect picture to give to Grandma for Grandparents Day.|
|84a||6a||"Grandma's Surprise"||11||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 27, 2016||085||0.86|
|Max tries to peek at a surprise Grandma left for the bunnies.|
|84b||6b||"Costume Day"||12||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 27, 2016||085||0.86|
|Max wants to be Super Bunny for the costume day, not a king.|
|85a||7a||"Max's Skateboard"||13||TBA||TBA||3 April 2017||November 1, 2016||086||0.82|
|Max wants to learn to skateboard while Ruby sets up for a Bunny Scout meeting.|
|85b||7b||"Super Butterfly"||14||TBA||TBA||3 April 2017||November 1, 2016||086||0.82|
|Max's classmates create butterfly wings, but he wants to be a caterpillar.|
|86a||8a||"Ruby Juggles"||15||TBA||TBA||4 April 2017||November 3, 2016||087||0.84|
|Ruby learns to deal with Max's constant interruptions.|
|86b||8b||"Max and Priya"||16||TBA||TBA||4 April 2017||November 3, 2016||087||0.84|
|Max discovers that being his fun, silly self is the best way to get shy Priya to open up.|
|87a||9a||"Dino Hunter Max"||17||TBA||TBA||7 January 2017||November 8, 2016||084||1.01|
|Max disrupts Ruby's party by digging in the backyard for dinosaur bones.|
|87b||9b||"Ruby's Solar System"||18||TBA||TBA||7 January 2017||November 8, 2016||084||1.01|
|Max adds to Ruby's solar system model when he decides to play a ball game indoors.|
|88a||10a||"Fun in the Sun"||19||Derek Prout||Sheila Dinsmore||5 April 2017||November 15, 2016||088||0.77|
|Ruby, Louise, Max, and Lily discover a new sport, kite-boarding.|
|88b||10b||"Max the Detective"||20||Derek Prout||Patrick Granleese||5 April 2017||November 15, 2016||088||0.77|
|Detective Max is on the case when Ruby misplaces her diary.|
|89a||11a||"Cowboy Max"||21||TBA||TBA||6 April 2017||November 29, 2016||089||0.75|
|89b||11b||"Ruby's Poem"||22||TBA||TBA||6 April 2017||November 29, 2016||089||0.75|
|90a||12a||"Max and Winston"||23||TBA||TBA||7 April 2017||December 1, 2016||090||0.77|
|90b||12b||"Grandma's Bunny Sniffles"||24||TBA||TBA||7 April 2017||December 1, 2016||090||0.77|
|91a||13a||"You Can't Catch Me"||25||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 7, 2017||091||TBD|
|91b||13b||"Max's Bubbles"||26||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 7, 2017||091||TBD|
|92a||14a||"Ruby's Chocolate Chip Chaos"|
"Ruby's Cholate Chip Chaos"
|27||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 14, 2017||092||0.61|
|92b||14b||"Max's Kazoo"||28||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 14, 2017||092||0.61|
|93a||15a||"Ruby's Party"||29||TBA||TBA||9 July 2017||October 16, 2017||104||0.48|
|93b||15b||"Max's Super Jet"||30||TBA||TBA||9 July 2017||October 16, 2017||104||0.48|
|94a||16a||"Max Decorates"||31||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 21, 2017||094||0.60|
|94b||16b||"Max's Shiny Coin"||32||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 21, 2017||094||0.60|
|95a||17a||"Super Shopper Max"||33||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 28, 2017||095||0.59|
|95b||17b||"Ruby's Time Capsule"||34||TBA||TBA||TBA||October 28, 2017||095||0.59|
|96a||18a||"Ruby's Ice Show"||35||TBA||TBA||TBA||December 9, 2017||097||0.55|
|96b||18b||"Max's Baby Birdie"||36||TBA||TBA||TBA||December 9, 2017||097||0.55|
|98b||20b||"Max and the Pirates"||40||TBA||TBA||3 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|99a||21a||"Lost and Found"||41||TBA||TBA||4 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|99b||21b||"Ruby's Book Report"||42||TBA||TBA||4 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|100a||22a||"Ms. Bunty's Gift"||43||TBA||TBA||5 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|100b||22b||"Max to the Rescue"||44||TBA||TBA||5 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|101a||23a||"Message in a Bottle"||45||TBA||TBA||6 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|Max and Lily build a sandcastle while Ruby and her friend go on a scavenger hunt as Roger watches from his life guard's chair.|
|101b||23b||"Max on a Mission"||46||TBA||TBA||6 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|Grandma shows max a picture of his grandpa, a policeman, and Max wears the hat around town while helping people.|
|102a||24a||"Max the Champion"||47||TBA||TBA||7 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|102b||24b||"Max and Ruby's Restaurant"||48||TBA||TBA||7 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|103a||25a||"Ruby's Yard Sale"||49||TBA||TBA||8 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|
|103b||25b||"Camper Max"||50||TBA||TBA||8 July 2017||TBA||TBA||N/A|