Spike Racerunner here! Livin’ in Terrene is so awesome there’s so much to do. I get to go on adventures with Liz all the time. He’s one of my best buds. I’m better at basketball than he is. I’m better at baseball than he is. I better at… you get the picture. Just don’t talk to me about school. Gross. I’d rather be hanging out at the Pretzel Place chowing down on one massive order of Hot Royal Mess. Yum! Yum! Hmmm. Now that you mention it, I’m starving. See ya.
Here are all the episodes that Spike 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 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 has been asked to do tricks on a skateboard for a new commercial. There's just one big problem though.
Scooter forgets his promise to Liz and Lucille and tells a lie to cover up, but one lie isn’t enough.
What's the best way to get a job done well? It's time for Clubhouse Theater with the story of Herculiz!
Liz needs to discover the real truth. What does “the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth” really mean?
Lucille faces a dilemma when the scaleball championships are scheduled for Sunday mornings. What will she do?
Ye Lords and Ladies! At a Medieval fair, Liz and the gang desire to be fighting knights and powerful royalty. Alas, servanthood awaits them instead. How will Liz, Lucille and Julia fare as they serve King Arthur and the Black Knight and try to win the Seat of Honor!
God created the world for our benefit, so we could live on it and enjoy it. In this episode, Liz and his friends learn why it’s important to take care of God’s creation.
What if you had been there the night Jesus was born? Liz and friends find themselves in Bethlehem reliving the incredible Christmas story.
Liz and the gang's Clubhouse Theater presents the story of Gideon. Who is he in the Bible? How did God call him?
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!
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?
When Liz's cousin Herbert comes back home for a visit, he and Lucille are challenged to be better witnesses to their friends. But why is it easier to witness to a stranger than to their friends?
Chamy is very excited to go to science camp and she is chosen to work with a very important scientist.. But disaster threatens when her friends visit and Spike interferes with the professor's research.
It’s time to rally the troops! Chamy needs everyone’s help. It’s up to Liz and Lucille and the gang to cheer her up after her parents’ divorce. But how exactly do you do that?
For Liz, what is the most important ingredient for success? Is it skill, knowledge or teamwork?
Liz is so desperate to get money for his dog. What bad decision does he make this time to get the cash he needs?
The school computers have been stolen, and Liz is on the case … but unfortunately so is Skink. Can they work together to find the thieves and return the computers?
A tornado traps the gang in a pile of rubble. How are they going to get out, and why is Lucille acting so strangely?
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!
A mysterious professor is building a dome that he claims may save the world. When Liz enters the dome, what will he find?
Spike and Cole find a strange box inside the mysterious dome. When they open the box, sirens immediately go off. What have they released into the dome?
A virus has infected Cole. The only way to save his life is with a blood transfusion, but will it work?
It’s up to Liz and Spike to save Cole, the professor, and the dome before it's too late!
Liz is feeling like a total failure because everything is going wrong, but Lucille has the perfect solution.
The Social Media buzz is hitting Terrene! And everyone is on board…except Lucille. She doesn’t see the point, until she meets the website's creator!
Liz keeps remembering every mean thing Spike has ever done to him. How can he get rid of this "record of wrongs"?
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.
When Liz decides to open a detective agency, he, Lucille, and Morrie investigate a series of “coincidences” and come to a surprising discovery.
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.
Who’s planning the biggest prank in Reptarium Middle School History? The new kid Kenan Leon seems to have all the answers, but does he know right from wrong? How far can this prank go before someone has to speak up?
Spike has a problem with anger. Grandpa uses a hammer and fence to help teach a lesson.
Liz is throwing himself the most awesome birthday party ever, but now his mom is threatening to cancel the entire party.
What scares you the most? What do you do when you’re afraid? See how Liz and the gang deal with their greatest fears.
Liz is kicked out of baseball camp. How will this help him honor his father?
Spike convinces Liz and Scooter to follow horoscopes, so what's Scooter doing on top of a water tower?
Cole has the absolute biggest and best TV in town. How can Liz and the gang possibly do anything but watch TV all day long?
Spike has a huge dilemma: if he wears his glasses, Cole will make Spike’s life miserable, but if he doesn’t wear his glasses, Spike will strike out in the big baseball game.
Liz and Cole are in charge of the school for an entire day!
When is it important to keep a secret and when is it important to tell it? Liz and Lucille learn how to tell the two types of secrets apart.
What do a broken window, $300, and a mysterious note have in common?
Scooter admires Liz so much that he’s dressing, talking, and acting exactly like Liz—and it’s making Liz crazy!
As the school science fair is gearing up, Chamy’s project asks some big questions about the universe that Lucille, Liz and Julia want to answer by proclaiming that God is the God of all things! Spike finds the gang some expert help from a surprising source.
For Chamy, Spike and the gang, the science fair day will be a day full of wonder! But, with a surprise guest, enlightening displays, and a big surprise pop for everyone, the day is not what they expected. And the biggest surprise comes for Chamy at the end of the episode!
Online shopping can be just a click away! Join Liz as he tries to surf the web and gets more than he bargained for.
Liz needs help to stop gossip from destroying a friendship.
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?
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!
Liz is fishing for the truth about a monster in the lake.
Liz has been asked to defend someone who is in big trouble at school. How can he speak up for someone who can’t defend himself?
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?
There’s a new girl at school, and Liz, Spike, and Morrie each want to take her to the dance. Will their friendship survive?
Grandpa’s news shocks Liz and the gang. What can Liz do as things go from bad to worse?
Liz’s band is going to play for Youth Fest—unless all their arguing destroys the band first!
Liz’s pastor challenges him to go out and love an enemy. Can Liz and his friends really love someone like the Good Samaritan did?
The Terrene Gazette's deadlines are looming! Lucille has no time to finish. What choices does she have to make to get things done?
What does a true friend look like? Lucille is trying to figure out "friendship".
Liz just found $500 in the park, and he can’t wait to spend it! What will he do with the money?
The kids come face to face with the worst villain in Terrene history. And one character has a very important decision to make. Does this change Terrene forever?
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.
When Liz crashes Grandpa's tractor, he learns an important lesson about mercy and forgiveness.
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?
A famous scientist has come to Reptarium Middle School to teach, but none of the kids can figure out what’s happening in the classroom. How will the gang respectfully talk to a teacher when he is the problem?
Skink and Cole are going to fight! What’s this all about anyway? And why is Liz so happy about it?
Lucille is running for student body president against a sneaky candidate. Will Lucille use the same tactics against her opponent?
Most of us like to think we can do things on our own. But a little help can be a big help sometimes. Liz and his friends learn to give—and receive—help from each other.
Space Troopers Liz Laserlight and Spike Starrunner have 17 minutes to save the planet Zot from destruction. Can their words and actions convince the Noobles and the Nerbles not to use their secret weapons?
A new school means new friends, new teachers, and a new challenge—figuring out how they can serve God in this new place.
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".
Spike may have found a new friend, but there’s one condition: Spike has to sabotage Scooter’s skateboard.
Liz is ready to win his first 10K race. He’s eating right, visualizing the trophy, telling all his friends—everything but actually training. How does his unique preparations help on race day?
As a member of the Safety Patrol, can Liz enforce the rules without making everyone angry with him?
Basketball’s living legend, Michael James, is coming to town. At a skills contest, will Liz and Spike’s friendship be destroyed when the competition gets fierce? Who’s better at shooting, dribbling, and setting up a pick and roll?
Liz and his friends are on a mission trip. Their job is to build a school and tell kids about Christ, but they are facing strong opposition.
While on a mission trip, Liz discovers that someone is willing to steal and to destroy just to stop Liz’s work. Why?
Before their mission trip is over, Liz and his friends discover a great way to draw people closer to God.
It’s time for the annual Remembrance Day parade, but what exactly are Liz and his friends remembering? And why is Grandpa so sad?
Liz unconscious in the hospital? Evildoers planning to destroy Terrene? A mystery in Grandpa’s barn? What can Lucille, Morrie and Spike do now?
Reptarium Middle School is celebrating Smoke Free Lizard Week (SFL). But is the special speaker really smoke free?
Liz wants to be a great baseball player. Liz learns to emulate winners, both on and off the diamond.
The town of Terrene is in real trouble. Business are shutting down, and folks are moving away. What’s going to happen to Liz and his friends? Can the town be saved?
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.
Everything is going wrong for Liz this summer, and he can’t figure out how to fix his summer blues.
All of Terrene is clicking away and making duck faces, trying to capture the best selfie! Liz is confident that he’ll win the contest, until a long-forgotten figure from his past returns! Say cheese!
How much trouble can Liz cause at his dad's job in just one day?
Liz really wants to be Student of the Week, and since rescuing an unknown stranger from drowning, Liz has become so famous that his story will be on the national news. But why is Liz acting so strangely; and why is he avoiding Lucille, the one lizard who knows him the best?
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.
While on a camping adventure, Liz and the gang must face their own fears of braving the wilderness. Are those “things that go bump in the night” a bear, an owl,or some pranking friends? Who will win the battle of bravery, and who’s a scaredy-cat?
Everyone thinks Liz can do tricks on a skateboard. Should Liz tell the truth about his skills or pretend that he is as good as they think?
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?
Cole’s got shopping bags full of presents that he says are all for him! But why is Cole hiding his list and why is he sneaking around town all night? It’s up to the Lizarado Detective Agency to solve this Christmas mystery!
Liz is celebrating Granny’s birthday on a special train ride, but what happened to Granny?
Liz and his friends travel back in time and see the events after Jesus’ resurrection. Experience for yourself how our Savior conquered sin, death, and Satan for us all on this episode of Kids Corner.
Why are Liz and Spike not friends any more? Why is Lucille so miserable? Who's behind all this?
The Lizarardo Detective Agency is investigating a robbery, and the evidence points to someone the gang all knows. Is he guilty?
While at space camp, Liz and his friends accidentally take a surprise trip on a space shuttle!
Liz desperately wants to interview someone with a great story for his school project. Who lives in the mysterious house across the swamp? How will Liz get there, and what valuable stories does he learn?
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?
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?
Liz a wedding planner? Lucille a bridesmaid? Can Liz and Lucille get the gang working together in time to give Olivia and Roger a special wedding gift?
Getting back at a bully only seems fair, right? Not according to the Bible. Three friends find out why it’s important to treat others the way they’d want to be treated.
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".
Christian Pop Star Carrie Grace is coming to Terrene! And she’s offering VIP passes for a party with her! Liz and the gang are all certain they have what is needed to win the contest. What does it take to win the prize?
Miss Wattle has asked Liz to be a friend to the new kid in school, but Liz is annoyed by him. How can this new kid make any new friends?
Papa Dogg Trouble, a popular entertainer, shows up in Terrene. Spike is really excited. But when Papa Dogg steals a car, Spike realizes Papa isn’t the kind of person he should be idolizing.
Look out! Liz disobeys his dad, and then he and Spike are all tangled up with robbers.
Do Liz and Spike have what it takes to make the school team?
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 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?
Liz really, really wants a particular video game for Christmas. Will he get it?
After Liz uses the expression, “Oh, geez,” Grandpa teaches the kids what it means to honor God’s name.
What’s the big deal about little sins? Why is Liz’s dad so upset when Liz didn’t do anything really bad?
What do you do when bad stuff happens to you? Help Liz figure out how to handle a really bad day on this episode of Kids Corner.
Liz is a contestant on a TV game show, and he’s positive he will win!
When Miss Manners comes to town for a reality show about manners the kids all try to win the contest. But the winner is a surprise for everyone.
Who is your best friend? What’s the best part about being best friends? Help Liz figure out how to be a best friend on this week’s Kids Corner.
What does glorifying God in everything we do have to do with skydiving? Yup. Skydiving and Liz...
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?