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This article is a list of episodes of the MTV series Liquid Television.

Season 1 (1991)

Episode Aired Summary
01 June 2, 1991
  1. Open: Robert Palmer "Addicted to Love"
  2. Soap Opera "A Steamy Scene"
  3. Buzz Box
  4. Grinning Evil Death
  5. Æon Flux
  6. Invisible Hands (by Richard Sala)
  7. Lea Press on Limbs
  8. Stick Figure Theatre "John Wayne in Angel and the Bad Man"
  9. Miss Lidia's Makeover to the Stars "Sinead O'Connor"
  10. The Art School Girls of Doom "Drummer"
  11. Psycho-Gram "Serum" (serialized throughout episode)
02 December 1, 1991
  1. Open: John Denver PSA
  2. Winter Steele "Eat Crow"
  3. Invisible Hands
  4. Stick Figure Theatre "Mister Alfred Hitchcock"
  5. Rocky (by Malcolm Bennett)
  6. Footwork "Dog Flirting"
  7. Dog Brain (by J. Falconer)
  8. Dangerous Puppets
  9. Cut-Up Camera "Aerobics Instructor"
  10. Excerpt from Joy Street
  11. Weird (by Derek Philips)
  12. Æon Flux
  13. Psycho-Gram "Hostage" (serialized throughout episode)
03 December 8, 1991
  1. Open: Faith No More "Epic"
  2. Soap Opera "Diandra Wastes Away"
  3. Buzz Box (a short film by David Daniels)
  4. Snookles (by Juliet Stroud)
  5. Stick Figure Theatre "Edmund O'Brien in D.O.A."
  6. Cut-Up Camera "Roller Coaster"
  7. Miss Lidia's Makeover to the Stars "Sylvester Stallone"
  8. Invisible Hands
  9. Prophet & Loss (by Jonathan Bairstow)
  10. Black Hula
  11. The Art School Girls of Doom "Beach"
  12. Beach Chair
  13. Æon Flux
  14. Psycho-Gram "Operative X" (serialized throughout episode)
04 December 15, 1991
  1. Open: Dental Health
  2. Winter Steele "Ball of Communion"
  3. Jac Mac and Rad Boy "Go!"
  4. Footworks "Scoring"
  5. Dangerous Puppets
  6. The Thing What Lurked in the Tub
  7. Invisible Hands
  8. Monk's Purpose
  9. Stick Figure Theater "Madonna in Express Yourself"
  10. Æon Flux
  11. Psycho-Gram "Music Industry" (serialized throughout episode)
05 December 22, 1991
  1. Open: The B-52's "Love Shack"
  2. Soap Opera "Caught in the Act"
  3. Push Comes to Shove (Enemies) (by Bill Plympton) (serialized throughout episode)
  4. Cut-Up Camera "Pizza Delivery"
  5. Face Like a Frog - Mystic Knights "Don't Go in the Basement"
  6. Invisible Hands
  7. Miss Lidia's Makeover to the Stars "George Michael"
  8. Stick Figure Theatre "José Ferrer in Cyrano de Bergerac"
  9. The Art School Girls of Doom "The Bra"
  10. They Might Be Giants "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)"
  11. Æon Flux episode 5 (bug in glass, cracker spread, news show) [1]
  12. Psycho-Gram "Suburban Housewife" (serialized throughout episode)
06 December 29, 1991
  1. Open: Chalk test bars and tone
  2. Winter Steele "Stupid Hippies"
  3. Cut-Up Camera "Elevator"
  4. Invisible Hands
  5. Stick Figure Theatre "Jimmy Stewart in It's a Wonderful Life"
  6. Æon Flux (entire first season)
  7. Psycho-Gram "Time Travel" (serialized throughout episode)

Season 2 (1992)

Episode Aired Summary
01 June 2, 1992
  1. Open: Uncle Louie's Travels (by Drew Friedman)(serialized throughout episode)
  2. Æon Flux "Gravity"
  3. The Adventures of Thomas and Nardo
  4. Beavis and Butt-Head "Frog Baseball" (by Mike Judge)
  5. The Specialists
  6. Winter Steele "Soft Heart, Hard Alcohol"
  7. Stick Figure Theatre "Night of the Living Dead"
  8. Dog-Boy (by Charles Burns)
02 June 9, 1992
  1. Open: The Safety Twins
  2. Bobby & Billy "Let's Go to the Party!"
  3. Wishful Thinking (by Candy Guard)
  4. Dog-Boy
  5. The Specialists
  6. Office Space (by Mike Judge)
  7. The Listener (by Chris Landreth)
  8. Was (Not Was) "Hello Dad, I'm in Jail" Directed and Produced by Christoph Simon Copyright 1988
  9. Wishful Thinking (by Candy Guard) Part 2
  10. Glove Story (Animated & Directed by Miles Flanagan, Mole Hill, Mark Slater)
  11. Æon Flux "Night" (Renamed "Mirror" on the Æon Flux DVD collection) Written, Designed, Produced and Directed by Peter Chung
03 June 16, 1992
  1. Open: Concert (excerpt from a short film by Ondrej Rudavsky)
  2. Joe Normal (Written/Directed by Stephen Holman) Part 1
  3. Was (Not Was) "What Up, Dog?" Copyright 1987
  4. Speedbump the Roadkill Possum "Slipp'ry When Wet"
  5. Doktor Züm "Cafe Le Bad"
  6. The Adventures of Thomas and Nardo
  7. Meggamorphosis (by Sean Schur, featuring the voices of Tim Curry as "The Snake" and Annie Potts as The "Egg")
  8. Stick Figure Theatre "Wm. Shakespeare's Henry V"
  9. Joe Normal (Written/Directed by Stephen Holman) Part 2
  10. The Specialists "Anti Matter World" Part 2/ "Necator" Part 1
  11. Bobby & Billy "Winter Fun"
  12. The Killing of an Egg (Animation by Paul Driessen)
  13. Dog-Boy "Date with Rondy" Part 1
  14. Joe Normal (Written/Directed by Stephen Holman) Part 3
04 June 23, 1992
  1. Open: Stick Figure Theatre "Mr. Jimi Hendrix performing "The Star-Spangled Banner" (Woodstock, 1969)"
  2. Doktor Züm "Typical Records"
  3. Elvis Meets the Spider People From Hell
  4. Winter Steele "All Men Suck (Except Crow)"
  5. Dog-Boy "Date with Rondy" Part 2
  6. Getting to Know Each Other (by Candy Guard)
  7. Was (Not Was) "Earth to Doris" Copyright 1986
  8. The Honky Problem (by Mike Judge)
  9. Bobby & Billy "Camping Out"
  10. Bob the Frog in "Burp"
  11. At the Beach (From Feggorama)
  12. The Specialists "Necator Part 2"/"Fifi Breakout" Part 1
05 June 30, 1992
  1. Open: The Running Man (excerpt)
  2. The Specialists
  3. Stick Figure Theatre "Sergei Eisenstein's silent classic The Battleship Potemkin (USSR, 1925)"
  4. Flugbild (by Thomas Meyer-Hermann)
  5. Ladies (by Candy Guard)
  6. Dog-Boy
  7. The Running Man (by Yoshiaki Kawajiri)
06 October 27, 1992
  1. Open: The Twelve Dangers of Skydiving (serialized throughout episode)
  2. Bobby & Billy "Soap Box Derby"
  3. Speedbump the Roadkill Possum "Batt'ry-fied"
  4. Dog-Boy
  5. Doktor Züm "Atom Bomb Factory"
  6. Stick Figure Theatre "The Crash of the Hindenburg May 6, 1937"
  7. Let's Chop Soo-E (by Eric Pigors)
  8. Winter Steele "Rhinestones and Concussions"
  9. The Specialists
07 November 3, 1992
  1. Open: Door #8
  2. The Adventures of Thomas and Nardo
  3. This is Not Frank's Planet
  4. Æon Flux "Leisure"
  5. Dog-Boy
  6. In the Aquarium (Excerpt)
  7. Stick Figure Theatre "Jack Nicholson and Boris Karloff in The Terror"
  8. The Specialists
  9. Koko's Earth Control (by Max Fleischer, 1927)
08 November 10, 1992
  1. Open: Devil's Angels (trailer)
  2. Smoking Section (Feggo)
  3. The End
  4. Heads
  5. Winter Steele "F.T.W."
  6. The Specialists
  7. Pickpocket (Feggo)
  8. The Street Sweeper
  9. Speedbump the Roadkill Possum "Buck-a-Roost"
  10. The Hitchhiker
  11. Beware of Dog (Feggo)
  12. Dog-Boy
09 November 17, 1992
  1. Open: Theatrical trailer for Truck Turner
  2. The Adventures of Thomas and Nardo
  3. Conversations (serialized throughout episode)
  4. Dog-Boy
  5. The Specialists
  6. Beavis and Butt-head: Peace, Love & Understanding
  7. Bobby & Billy "Earning Money"
  8. Æon Flux "Tide"
10 November 24, 1992
  1. Open: Amore Baciami
  2. The Adventures of Thomas and Nardo
  3. Æon Flux "War"
  4. The Specialists
  5. Dog-Boy
  6. Stick Figure Theatre "Miss Bette Davis in Of Human Bondage"
  7. Winter Steele "Desperate Beauty"
  8. Amore Baciami (sung by Nuccia Bongiovanni)

Season 3 (1994)

Episode Aired Summary
01 January 30, 1994
  1. Open: Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part one"
  2. The Blockheads "Mall"
  3. Crazy Daisy Ed "To Officer with Love"
  4. Gas Planet
  5. Smart Talk with Raisin (created by John R. Dilworth)
  6. The Dangwoods "Nightmare in Trailer City"
02 February 6, 1994
  1. Open: The Day of the Dead Guy
  2. Uncle Louie' Party
  3. Anyway (serialized throughout episode)
  4. Technological Threat
  5. Brad Dharma: Psychedelic Detective
  6. Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part two"
  7. One Less Ant
  8. The Bill and Willis Show
03 February 13, 1994
  1. Open: Strangers in Paradise
  2. Brad Dharma: Psychedelic Detective
  3. Nightwatchman
  4. Nietzsche Pops
  5. Beat Dedication
  6. Doctor X vs Mister Y
  7. Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part three"
  8. Crazy Daisy Ed "Fast, Loud, Dumb and Proud"
  9. Sound Asleep
04 February 20, 1994
  1. Open: Uncle Louie "Blind Date"
  2. Genie Junkie
  3. Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part four"
  4. Cat and Mouse
  5. The Blockheads "TV"
  6. The Chore
  7. Human Bomb
05 February 27, 1994
  1. Open: Krazy Teens USA
  2. Rico & Klein
  3. Honey Bunny (serialized throughout episode)
  4. Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part five"
  5. Crazy Daisy Ed "Let's Go to the Stinkin' Movies"
  6. Balloon Guy
  7. Sweat
  8. Green Beret
06 March 6, 1994
  1. Open: Medallion Love
  2. Crazy Daisy Ed "Hill Bomb Skate Sniper"
  3. Swine Cowboy
  4. Stick Figure Theatre "The Naked Edge part six"
  5. Autoguard 2000
  6. The Big City
  7. Beat
  8. Brad Dharma: Psychedelic Detective
  9. The Invisible Man in "Blind Love"

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