Heh, heh, Grandpa Anole here. Well, I've lived in Terrene all my life. Liz and his friends often come to me with their problems. Sometimes I'm a little grumpy but that doesn't seem to keep them away. And I'm glad they come. They keep me young and they give me a chance to tell them about God and Jesus and how much God loves them. I just hope that they listen well to the things I tell them … and if I can help them when they are in a tough spot … well I'm glad to do that too.
Here are all the episodes that Grandpa Anole is featured in.
Liz and Spike are at war with Teddy when he ruins their entry in the school Science Exposition. How will it stop—with more revenge? Or with forgiveness?
Liz gets an email from Ireland asking for help in setting up an internet radio station. How can Liz help a place so far away?
It's not fair! Liz has questions about the money he earns, while Lucille questions a test score. It's time for some justice!
Liz and Lucille think they will have no problem finding 50 good people in Terrene, but as they meet with friends and family, they find it is not as easy as they thought.
Lucille and Liz compete in a game show called “Gut Check.” Are they both willing to win at all costs?
Scooter forgets his promise to Liz and Lucille and tells a lie to cover up, but one lie isn’t enough.
Grandpa and Liz are on a treasure hunt! They’re following clues left behind by Grandpa’s childhood friend. What’s the next clue—and what treasure is hidden somewhere in Terrene?
What's the best way to get a job done well? It's time for Clubhouse Theater with the story of Herculiz!
When Connor Gecko, Granny’s grandfather, is honored at a special town celebration, anonymous notes to the Terrene Gazette cast suspicion on the war hero's stories.
Chamy chooses to study Liz to discover how to live the Christian life. Can Liz show Chamy how to live out the Bible in all he does?
Lucille faces a dilemma when the scaleball championships are scheduled for Sunday mornings. What will she do?
Lucille's article deadline is quickly approaching! What can she possibly write for next edition of the Terrene Gazette?
The curtain opens at the Clubhouse theater with two new plays about being happy and content. How do you find happiness?
Liz and his friends are very excited about competing in the Beat the Buzzer game … so excited that they don't complete their assignment for church school, figuring out the difference between grace, mercy, and justice.
What if you had been there the night Jesus was born? Liz and friends find themselves in Bethlehem reliving the incredible Christmas story.
It's time for Clubhouse Theater as Liz and his friends present a play about Paul, Silas, and the Philippian jailer.
Grandpa challenges Liz and Lucille to be a peacemakers. Who's got the bigger test? Liz with Spike and Skink? Or Lucille with Mrs. Trollscales!
When both a villain and a friend return to Terrene, Liz finds out that it’s wise to make sure he has the facts before he jumps to conclusions.
Liz loves roller coasters.The loops, the turns, the tunnels! What causes the chaos this time?
Morrie's parents are acting weird. What did Liz overhear? How will Morrie's life change forever?
What has scared Liz and Lucille while lost in the woods? Liz is sure it’s an alien from Planet Xenon planning to kidnap them! What’s going on?
Would you take a dare? Liz and the gang face a close call as they take on Skink's dangerous challenge!
Super cool news! Liz and his friends are flying off to Luxurious Lizard Lagoon—that is, if the plane ever takes off.
When Liz, Morrie, and Spike do something they all know is wrong, they can’t just forget about it. They find out they need to make things right with God and with those they’ve hurt.
Spike gets everything he wants. Liz is jealous and wishes he had Spike's parents as his own!
Why do games always have to have rules? Help Liz and Grandpa figure out what's right about rules!
Yikes! What happens when Liz and Lucille try to return a lunch box that belongs to someone in the weirdest family in town?
Liz judges people based on appearances and names. So he's real trouble when he meets Terrene's newest dentist, Dr. Pain.
How can something old become new again? What can the kids do with an old barn? Let the show begin!
Scooter is Terrene’s best speller. But he’s got one BIG problem: the big stage and the bright lights terrify him. Can he overcome his fear and take the spelling crown?
Liz keeps remembering every mean thing Spike has ever done to him. How can he get rid of this "record of wrongs"?
Liz is desperate to catch the homerun-record-breaking baseball! What's Liz willing to do for this treasure?
Liz and Morrie decide to find Scooter on their own. Do they find him or get lost too?
After an aptitude test, Spike is convinced he's good for nothing. How can Liz and the gang show him otherwise?
Grandpa tells the Parable of the Raft—and Liz and Julia not only learn the story, but a much more valuable lesson: That we were born to create.
While Grandpa and Chamy talk about creation, Liz and Morrie stumble across the unexpected in the woods. So why is God sometimes called the God of Wonders?
Liz and his friends decide to use their free time to collect food for the community shelter. But a grumpy neighbor and a troublemaking classmate try to derail their plans.
Spike has a problem with anger. Grandpa uses a hammer and fence to help teach a lesson.
What’s wrong with Chamy? Why is she crying? Lucille finds out and learns a lesson about being a friend. Also, a special treat: the KC song “Leap of Faith”!
Liz decides he’s going to become a hero, but he just can’t figure out how.
Liz finally makes the football team, but that just the start of his problems. Will he be able to stick with it or he going to have to quit the team?
Scooter admires Liz so much that he’s dressing, talking, and acting exactly like Liz—and it’s making Liz crazy!
Liz needs help to stop gossip from destroying a friendship.
Liz and Lucille are trying to get the perfect gift for one another—with surprising results. And how can Scooter demonstrate a giving spirit when he meets a lizard without a home?
What does murder mean? Liz is sure that he’s never murdered anyone, but he needs some help figuring out the sixth commandment on this episode of Kids Corner.
When Liz and Spike ask tough questions about Christianity, Grandpa responds by giving them an adventure map to follow. Why a map? How does this map help answer questions about following Jesus?
Let's work together! The Lizarardo Detective Agency needs your help to solve the mystery of the missing comic book.
Random Acts of Kindness are breaking out all over. Who's doing it? And how can Liz discover how to be kind—even when it’s hard.
While waiting for the rescue, Liz and the gang remember times when they were mean to Scooter. Will they choose to be nicer when he is found?
Does God really expect us to love our enemies? What happens when Miss Wattle gives Liz the task of warning Skink to improve his grades?
Liz continues his adventure in the X-Monsters game.
Liz has a secret message to decode: “To get your clue, go forward two, but to get it done, go back one.”
Liz discovers that in order to defeat his enemy, he must give up all his weapons. Is he willing to do what it takes to win the battle?
Liz is having a very bad, horrible week when he loses Grandpa’s antique coin, fails a surprise test, and gets a cold.
Even though Grandpa warns him, Liz can’t ignore the temptation of fame and fortune and an adventure looking for hidden treasure.
A very tired Liz is learning about "The Seven Deadly Sins". What happens when he meets them face to face?
What are the best ways to show Jesus's love? Liz decides to a great thing for God, while Lucille soon discovers an unexpected place for a mission trip.
Scooter’s hero, airplane ace Lonesome Chuckwalla, crash lands into Grandpa’s barn in a storm. And that's just the start of the problems!
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
Liz gets away with everything! That's what his sister Linda thinks. And what do a coin and missing chick have to do with precious Liz?
Linda hates that Liz is the special child who always gets what he wants. Grandpa and Granny teach some lessons from Luke 15 to help change her mind.
Liz’s band is going to play for Youth Fest—unless all their arguing destroys the band first!
Liz, Spike and Cole have a new movie obsession, “The Masked Chameleon.” Cole offers Liz a great opportunity to meet the star, but Liz already made a promise to Grandpa. Tough Decision time.
Liz must figure out what’s more important, being on camera with a hero or helping teach who our real hero is.
Liz and Lucille try to be friends with Gerard the new kid in town. But Gerard seems to prefers the Iguana gang! Can Liz help Gerard before his new friends get him into trouble?
When Liz crashes Grandpa's tractor, he learns an important lesson about mercy and forgiveness.
Who should Liz choose: a Good Samaritan or the exciting Iguanas? Liz learns lesson in friendship and bike safety.
Grandpa Anole’s old truck Mr.Reliable seems to be having too many troubles. Can Slick Nick Basilisk and gang convince Grandpa that it’s time to buy a brand new Cicada ZR 500? Can he be trusted?
On the outskirts of Terrene, there are strange rumors of monsters emerging from the local mud pits. How dangerous is it when Liz and his class go and investigate?
Liz, Lucille, and Scooter all try to be perfect—and they all fail. Scooter now thinks that God might just give up on him. Is Scooter right?
Liz is always the last one chosen for baseball at recess. What can he do to change things up?
Do people worship idols today? Lucille finds out when she gets caught up in frenzy over a band called “Skin Deep.”
Does wishing on a charm make Liz and Spike the most popular kids in school? Grandpa decides to teach the kids a lesson "Elijah style".
It’s gone! Liz and Scooter have lost Grandpa’s prized baseball. Lies and cover ups or telling the truth?
Liz the dog sitter? Can Liz be dependable when something fun comes up or will he end up in the doghouse?
LizRadio listeners want new music on WLZR. What's Liz's new plan and who can help?
Liz and Lucille find out that someone has been accused of doing something they didn’t do. Can innocence be proven?
As a member of the Safety Patrol, can Liz enforce the rules without making everyone angry with him?
What is perseverance and how does it fit in a christian's life? It's story time in Terrene as Grandpa tells tales about the importance of determination.
Grandpa wants the church school class to learn the connection between prayer and action, so he challenges them to go out and find prayer stories!
Pie baking for the Terrene Pies R Round Festival is interrupted when someone steals one of the pies. Who is the culprit?
Liz has found a racing car in Grandpa's barn. Can he convince Grandpa to let him drive it?
Liz decides to start an internet radio station. But he doesn’t want any help from his friends. Soon he finds out that running things alone isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
It’s time for the annual Remembrance Day parade, but what exactly are Liz and his friends remembering? And why is Grandpa so sad?
Scooter is determined to win the Terrene Go-Kart competition even if it means a little cheating.
Grandpa uses the story of David and Bathsheba to teach his church school class about the 7th commandment and broken promises.
Reptarium Middle School is celebrating Smoke Free Lizard Week (SFL). But is the special speaker really smoke free?
One sin leads to another, and adventures quickly turn to nightmares. As always, little sins grow.
Knock, Knock! Who’s there? Spike knows all the good jokes, and the KC gang wants to put him on the stage at the Talent show. But when Spike switches things up, he has to learn a lesson about what really is funny.
Liz faces peer pressure and does something he know is foolish.
The competition at the Junior Reptile Olympics is fierce, and when Morrie goes along with Skink to "positively influence the outcome" the kids run into all kinds of problems.
Liz’s game-winning baseball is missing, and Liz knows just who took it. Or does he? Find out on this week’s Kids Corner
Liz digs up a time capsule left by the founders of Terrene. Everyone’s excited until a valuable item goes missing. Can Liz solve this mystery before Granny goes to jail?
Are Scooter and the gang too young to help when a big storm does some major damage to Terrene? Olivia returns and needs some answers of her own. Grandpa Anole becomes the center of the storm as the KC crew faces their futures!
Someone has stolen a famous painting from the Terrene Museum and the Lizarardo Detective Agency is on the case. Can Liz solve this latest whodunit?
Liz is celebrating Granny’s birthday on a special train ride, but what happened to Granny?
Where's Granny? Now the train has left without Liz and his friends. This mystery's clues don’t make any sense.
The Lizarardo Detective Agency is investigating a robbery, and the evidence points to someone the gang all knows. Is he guilty?
At the 50th anniversary of the Terrene Town Square, Liz and Lucille uncover a 50 year old mystery. Who stole the jewels?
How do people deal with loss? The kids are saddened when a death occurs in the Terrene community. At the same time, Lucille has to say goodbye to a favorite aunt who is going to do far away missions. How do you say goodbye?
Can he do it? Will Liz unravel the clues and achieve the highest reptile honor?
Liz has an amazing opportunity to meet a famous rock star—unless his pride gets in his way!
There is a thief on the loose in Terrene stealing clocks! Can Liz and his friends find out who is responsible?
The Show must go on as Liz and his friends put on three one-act plays – "It’s Not My Fault", "It’s Not My Job", and "It’s Not My Talent".
Look out! Liz disobeys his dad, and then he and Spike are all tangled up with robbers.
On Thanksgiving Day, all of Terrene comes out to celebrate and be thankful, but Liz and the gang encounter some tough challenges and hard times. Can they be thankful regardless of their circumstances?
Liz and Spike want to figure out how to buy fancy shoes so they can be cool. When their plans to raise money flop, they joke about stealing the shoes. But it isn’t long before their joke causes big problems.
Liz gets the band together to play a new song he's written. But what's getting in the way and ruining everything?
Liz and the gang’s soccer team face fierce opponents when they play the Lagarto City Junior Dragons. Gaby Tegu joins Liz’s team. Whose side is she on anyway?
Scooter is having a terrible time at school and decides he wants revenge. But before he gets a chance, what will Grandpa do to change Scooter's mind?
What's the best use of your time? Liz and Lucille face difficult choices as they do their homework and a Bible study. What's your worst distraction?
Grandpa is acting really strange. One day he's really crabby, and the next day he's nice. What's going on?
Grandpa tells a story from his Anole family childhood. What secrets are revealed?
After Liz uses the expression, “Oh, geez,” Grandpa teaches the kids what it means to honor God’s name.
On a camping trip, Liz and the gang must learn to work together to survive in the wilderness and to rescue a friend!
Live animals on stage? 75 elementary school kids flying like angels in the air? It’s up to Lucille and Olivia to bring Liz’s Christmas drama back to earth. And Grandpa has a story that might do just that.
Liz finds himself lost in the middle of his own X-Monsters adventure. How can he use his skill and knowledge to survive in this video game world?
Liz decides to adopt an “I don’t care” attitude when he gets a bad grade. What can Grandpa do to help him change his attitude?