Eddy Storkowitz is an imaginative, inquisitive and precocious ten year old bird. Through his eyes, we discover a world in which human qualities are endowed upon our fine feathered friends. Birdz characters work in places like The Worm Factory, eat at the nearby Fly-Through Restaurant and retire at the Home For Endangered Species. Join Eddy and his family in 13 hilarious episodes of animated comedy.
S01:E01 - The Agony & the Eggstasy
Eddie is given the responsibility of baby-sitting his sister Abby, whos still unhatched from her egg. But instead of sitting on the egg like he was asked to, he puts it on top of the TV to keep it warm! Making sure hes got TVs hottest show on - The Eggs Files, Eddie goes off with his friends to the BIRDBRAINZ arcade! Upon his return, he not only discovers that Abby has hatched in his absence, but that shes completely flown the coop! He tracks her down safe and sound, but not before learning the importance of taking responsibilities seriously.
S01:E02 - Can't Buy Me Love
Eddie gets jealous when Gregory gives Miss Finch a small gift and receives her warmhearted thanks in return. Eddies so desperate to win her affections, he borrows Mortys credit card and buys extravagant gifts for Miss Finch and all his friends! But when Morty gets his outrageously high credit bill, Eddie has to take the gifts back - and learn that theres a big difference between a heartfelt present and one given only to buy someones favour.
S01:E03 - I Heard It Through the Grapevine
Eddie is doing some investigative journalism for an assignment at school. Looking for some really dramatic story in hurry, Eddie overhears Morty talking about a murder novel he is reading... only its true! Eddies suspicions are heightened by the eccentric behaviour of a neighbor, whom Eddie accuses of being the escaped criminal from the novel! As a mob forms outside the reclusive vultures house, Eddie has to admit what hes done and learns a valuable lesson about jumping to conclusions and spreading false rumours.
S01:E04 - One Giant Leap
Eddie decides its time for Tommy to fly like a real bird when Tommys flight training balloon jeopardizes Eddies chances of winning Spring Robins heart. (feathery chest -- just kidding!) Tommy explains that turkeys arent supposed to fly, but Eddie convinces him that hell never know unless he tries! When Tommys flight attempt ends in a disastrous crash, Eddie realizes that everyone has different limitations and should be accepted the way they are.
S01:E05 - A Face in the Crowd
Whippoorwill Smiths latest film Birdz in Black inspires Eddie to shoot a film for the upcoming Birdland film festival. Eddies friends are thrilled when he casts them for the film. However, when they discover that Eddie intentionally accentuated all of their worst features to make them look like freaks, theyre furious! But when Eddie has a nightmare where aliens mock his scrawny, chicken legs, he quickly realizes how much it hurts when the show is on the other claw.
S01:E06 - Birdman
Eddies ecstatic when he hears that Birdman, his comic book hero, is actually fighting crime in the streets of Birdland! Eddie follows Officer Pigeon around to catch Birdman on film, but in the process gets in Officer Pigeons way so he cant do his job and ends up being fired. When Eddie discovers Birdman is only Principal Pip in disguise, Eddie helps Officer Pigeon get his job back and learns that REAL super heroes are the every day birds who make a difference.
S01:E07 - Let the Chicks Fall Where They May
Its fall and all the birds are preparing for migration...everyone but Eddie that is, who doesnt bother learning the migration route, and leaves his packing until the last minute. When he is separated from his family en route, becomes completely lost, finds he hasnt packed what he really needs, AND is threatened by an oddball southern vulture, Eddie sees the error of his ways and learns the value of being prepared.
S01:E08 - Father and Son Campout
Morty wants to spend more time with Eddie, and its driving Eddie nuts! He finally escapes to his bird scout summer camp only to find that Morty is a volunteer leader! Morty fumbles his way through various camping disasters but when they come face to face with the incredible mountain duck Sasquack, it is Morty who saves the day. Eddie realizes that his dad is a pretty clever old bird, and learns that parent may not be able to do everything well, but you should appreciate them for what they can do.
S01:E09 - Gulls and Dolls
Eddie cant sing a note, but that doesnt stop him from trying out for the lead in the schools spring musical! Together with Gregory Woodpecker, who has stage fright but sings brilliantly, Eddie lip- synchs to Gregs voice - and a star is hatched! Only after being showered with praise does Eddie realize that Gregory is the one who deserves it! His attempts to get Gregory on stage almost stop the show, but Eddies persistence pays off! Gregory overcomes his stage fright, and the musical is a smashing success!
S01:E10 - The Life of Riley
Eddie is overwhelmed and impressed when Riley Raven, a super cool, bad egg arrives in town. Vying for Rileys acceptance as a cool bird, Eddie starts getting into all sorts of trouble - failing school, beaking off to his parents and flying out on chores. Eddies envy really soars when Riley quits school and gets a job - and his parents dont even seem to care! However, when Eddie discovers that Riley isnt happy and wishes he had parents who did care, Eddie begins to realize that his parents lay down the law out of love and caring.
S01:E11 - Dollars and Sense
When Eddie misses close up footage of Arnold Schwarzenegret because he doesn't have a zoom lens, Eddie informs his parents that he must buy the new Koduck 750 telephoto zoom - it's vital to his career! Eddie's parents admire his creative spirit and offer to pay for half of the lens, but Eddie must come up with the rest of the money! Eddie embarks on a series of get rich quick schemes to earn easy money and hatches a deal with his friends to do all the work for him! Naturally, Eddie's plan backfires and he resorts to Plan B - collecting endangered fish that his sister is trying to protect and selling them to a mystery buyer. However, when Eddie discovers that the mystery buyer is Scoop Pelican, the owner of a seafood restaurant, his conscience kicks in. Going against his character, Eddie walks away from the money - and the Koduck 750, and returns the fish to the pond. Eddie's parents are so impressed with his decision that they offer him a house chore in exchange for the lens, and Eddie learns that an act of kindness seldom goes unrewarded.
S01:E12 - Big Beak or Not Big Beak
When the kids are assigned an 'I like me because..." project, Eddy decides to make his as a movie, and gets Sleepy to videotape him. During the shoot however, Eddie gets obsessed with the size of his beak! He tries everything to hide his big proboscis, including makeup and even a beakshrinker device. Eddie is so bent on reducing his beak that he nearly has a beak job done! Only when Miss Finch reminds him that birds are known for their feats, not for their beaks, does he see things differently. A la Humphrey Birdgart, he says: "It doesn't take no Bird Pitt or Robert Redbird to figure out that I like me because of who I am, sweetheart. Not how I look!"
S01:E13 - Birdz of a Feather
Eddie and his pals try to join a hip group of Birdz called 'The Kildares', but are rejected. This leads them to start their own, comedy-based club, 'The Loons'. Sleepy, Tommy and Gregory vote to keep the club small, but Eddie wants it to outnumber the Kildares. Holding a membership drive, the club is swamped by a hoard of wannabes doing comedy shtick, and the boys have a falling out. This gets Eddie noticed by the Kildares, who agree to let him join their club - if he can beat their leader in a flying test! Eddie out-flies the top Kildare, but rejects the group entirely, opting to rejoin his pals instead. Eddie realizes that you don't have to belong to any club to feel like you're part of something special.
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