Main article: List of Episodes (The Jumping Ground)

Season Two of The Jumping Ground aired on September 16, 1998.

In this season, Rob becomes a police officer, Puff gets an evil pet goldfish, Lance finds out his brother Ike is from Canada, and we see the Asgard leader Thor for the first time. This season also has the most episodes up to date, with eighteen episodes.

Series creators Lee Eisenhower and Conrad Vernon mentioned in the Season Three commentaries that they considered this season to be very poor, and Season Two is the only DVD box set to lack commentaries.


Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
125px "The Serpent's Lair" September 16, 1998 201 14

Rob finds out who his father is; Puff, Lance and Zowie face off the Goa'uld lord Shinnok; Melvin Sneedly, the school nerd shows up to recreate the shooting of Dr. Mephesto.

125px "In the Line of Duty" September 23, 1998 202 15

Zowie is possessed by a Goa'uld who claims to be an enemy of the System Lords. The Goa'uld, Jolinar of Malkshur, is being hunted by an assassin.

125px "Chickenlover" September 30, 1998 203 16

In order to catch the "Chickenlover" Officer Barbrady must learn how to read. He deputizes the boys to help him.

125px "Ike's Wee Wee" October 7, 1998 204 17

The boys find out what a circumcision is; Mr. Mackey experiments with drugs.

125px "Buh" October 14, 1998 205 18

Rob becomes addicted to the effects of a Goa'uld sarcophagus, and falls for the planet's manipulative princess.

Jg206 "Thor's Chariot" October 21, 1998 206 19

Cimmeria, the planet where the kids destroyed Thor's Hammer, the planet's only means defense, has been invaded by the Goa'uld. As a result, Puff and the gang return there where they must pass a series of tests before they can contact the mythical Thor himself.

125px "Message in a Bottle" October 28, 1998 207 20

An mysterious sphere recovered by the gang from P5C-353, and after Puff indirectly tries to rig it, it infects the Langham Institute with a virus.

125px "Chef's Chocolate Salty Balls" November 4, 1998 208 21

A film festival comes to Pencaster. After the boys discover it is damaging the town they enlist the help of Chef to try to force the festival out.

125px "The Tok'ra, Part 1" November 11, 1998 209 22

Zowie's visions of the former Jolinar of Malkshur lead her and her comrades to a planet where several Tok'ra are hiding. They attempt to form an alliance which isn't going well. Meanwhile Zowie's father, Jacob, is dying from his lymphoma.

125px "The Tok'ra, Part 2" January 20, 1999 210 23

The group's only hope for Jacob Hosker to survive, and to ensure the Tau'ri/Tok'ra alliance a success, is for Jacob to undergo an implantation of the Tok'ra Selmak. Meanwhile their base is exposed to the Goa'uld via an operative on the inside.

125px "Bane" January 27, 1999 211 24

Lance is infected with deadly venom from a giant insect, and begins a terrible transformation. When he escapes Stamford Gate, Puff must find him before Colonel Maybourne does.

125px "Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foods" February 3, 1999 212 25

The town is brainwashed by the curator of a planetarium; Rob tries out for a new Cheesy Poofs commercial.

125px "Chef Aid" February 10, 1999 213 26

Chef tries to claim that Alanis Morissette plagiarized his song "Stinky Britches". However, the record company executive decides to sue him for this.

Jg214 "The Fifth Race" February 17, 1999 214 27

When Puff accidentally walks up into a device which downloads the entire Ancient database into his brain and inflicts his mind with a strange intelligent force, He is forced to go his own way to save himself.

125px "Spookyfish" February 24, 1999 215 28

Puff's fish from an evil parallel universe kills people; a nice version of Rob visits from the same parallel universe. Presented in SPOOKY-VISION!

125px "A Venipede Stampede" March 3, 1999 216 29

A science experiment involving a species found off-world goes atrociously wrong when it mutates and multiplies drastically, eventually spreading to the Pencaster city centre. When Puff and the others learn that they feed on the cores of planets, they set out to stop them.

125px "Gnomes" March 10, 1999 217 30

Tweek, assigned to write a current evens paper with the boys, keeps seeing "underpants gnomes;" his father's coffee shop competes with a popular coffee franchise that has just moved into town.

125px "Prehistoric Octo-Bird" March 17, 1999 218 31

The kids must seperate the two individual bodies from a rapid Goa'uld formation.

Season Two