My name is Granny Gecko. I'm not really a granny, but that's what all the kids call me cause I'm old and I love to make my freshly baked chocolate chip cookies for them. I live next door to Grandpa Anole and when he runs into a problem with the kids or with his tractor, well, I'm here to help him out.
Here are all the episodes that Granny Gecko is featured in.
Morrie Clumptoes is back in town! Liz and Spike have the whole weekend planned, but Morrie has his own plans for his visit home.
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.
Liz needs to discover the real truth. What does “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth” really mean?
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.
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.
Liz, Spike, and Lucille let their greatest fears control them. Can Granny show them God’s joy for their lives or are they doomed to wear buckets on their heads?
Granny’s valuable family ring is lost among 500 chocolate cupcakes. Can Lucille and Liz find it before someone else accidentally bites into it?
Liz loves roller coasters.The loops, the turns, the tunnels! What causes the chaos this time?
Lucille has great plans for the church’s youth camp, but everything is put on hold with a hospital visit. Can Lucille’s replacement Liz pull it off?
For Liz, what is the most important ingredient for success? Is it skill, knowledge or teamwork?
Julia thought she and Lucille were best friends forever, so why has Lucille been ignoring her lately?
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?
A bully is bothering Scooter, but what can Liz do about it?
Why do games always have to have rules? Help Liz and Grandpa figure out what's right about rules!
Morrie is convinced that he is not good at anything … until the class takes an aptitude test. Boy, is he and all the class surprised by the results
Liz really wants to be elected to student council, and he’s got a secret weapon to win. Will his plan work?
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?
When Liz decides to open a detective agency, he, Lucille, and Morrie investigate a series of “coincidences” and come to a surprising discovery.
Liz has lost his phone, and now someone is using it to send strange text messages to his friends. What can he do?
Spike convinces Liz and Scooter to follow horoscopes, so what's Scooter doing on top of a water tower?
When Liz, Morrie and Scooter do some snooping around in places they shouldn’t be, they discover clues to the mystery of the Blue Pearl. Who was the Blue Pearl?
Online shopping can be just a click away! Join Liz as he tries to surf the web and gets more than he bargained for.
Is junk for bad for you? Liz and his friends find out when they eat junk food and then try to train for the Terrene Fun Run.
Is teasing harmless? Things go from bad to worse as Liz, Spike, Morrie, and Scooter all start teasing everyone and end up needing medical attention!
Terrene’s power has gone out. No television, no X-monsters gaming, and no community fundraising dinner. When the kids complain that there’s nothing to do, Granny sends them on an adventure to Falcon’s Wood. What’s Scooter worried about? And Liz better watch where he’s going!
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 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.
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.
The Terrene Gazette's deadlines are looming! Lucille has no time to finish. What choices does she have to make to get things done?
Liz just found $500 in the park, and he can’t wait to spend it! What will he do with the money?
When a tragedy happens to a Terrene family, Liz has a decision to make. Is it an easy one or not?
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?
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?
Chamy unveils her latest invention. Introducing the Positronic Affirmation Transmitter! Will it solve Chamy’s latest problem? And how exactly does it mess up Liz’s batting practice?
Liz becomes a slick salesman hyping up a cure-all tonic. Will the buyer beware?
Pie baking for the Terrene Pies R Round Festival is interrupted when someone steals one of the pies. Who is the culprit?
Morrie's mom in the hospital. A terrible storm. A power outage. Morrie missing. Can Liz save the day?
Look out! A racing team has invited Liz to join them. But when Liz is assigned to clean up the garage and arrange the tools, he’s disappointed that he's not an important part of the team!
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 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?
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.
Why are Liz and Spike not friends any more? Why is Lucille so miserable? Who's behind all this?
Do you know a family that’s been changed by a divorce? Join Lucille as she worries and wonders about her family on this episode of Kids Corner.
Spike has reached his limit with Skink and his bullying. How will he get back at Skink and what does it have to do with the ninth commandment?
School is upside down with both Liz and Skink both getting A's. And why is Granny refusing to attend her high school reunion?
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".
Liz discovers a superhero in an unexpected place. Who is this hero and where did that lizard come from?
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?
Lacey talks Lucille into buying clothes she knows her mother won’t want her to wear. What happens when Lucille starts lying and hanging out with the wrong gang of kids? What will Liz do?
Grandpa is acting really strange. One day he's really crabby, and the next day he's nice. What's going on?
On a camping trip, Liz and the gang must learn to work together to survive in the wilderness and to rescue a friend!
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?