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The Proud Family was an American animated television series about a Black family by Disney Channel in 2001. The show was created by Bruce W. Smith, and is produced by his studio, Jambalaya Studios. Although The Proud Family has ended with the final episode, a made-for-TV Proud Family movie was released on August 19, 2005.

On August 16, 2019, it was announced that the series would receive a revival, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, with new episodes on the Disney+ streaming service.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired (U.S. dates) and Canada Network

USA and Canada

Season premiere Season finale
1 21 September 15, 2001

September 22, 2001

May 24, 2002

December 9, 2001

Disney Channel

Family Channel

2 20 September 27, 2002

September 7, 2002

September 26, 2003

July 27, 2003

3 11 October 10, 2003

August 22, 2003

August 19, 2005

November 7, 2003

Film August 19, 2005
The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder 10 February 23, 2022 April 20, 2022 Disney+

The Proud Family

Season 1 (2001-2002)

Episodes in USA Episodes in Canada Title Directed by Written by Original air date 

USA and Canada

1 5 "Bring It On" Mucci Fassett Doreen Spicer September 15, 2001

October 6, 2001

When a rich new family moves in next door to the Prouds, the parents hit it off right away, but Penny can't get along with their luxurious but vain daughter LaCienega, who tries out for cheerleading with Penny. When Penny makes a remark the she wants LaCienega out of her life, local bullies the Gross Sisters take it upon themselves to grant Penny's wish. After her friend Sticky brings word of the Gross Sisters' plan, Penny must decide between wanting the glory for herself or allowing her new rival a fair chance.
2 6 "Strike" Douglas McCarthy Michelle Listenbee Brown September 21, 2001

October 7, 2001

Penny is upset by the small allowance her parents give her for doing chores. Penny and her friends want to do something fun together, but they realize that everything is too expensive for their small allowances. Penny and her friends then go on a strike against their parents to demand a raise in their allowance. Until their demand is met, the children live outside, where they protest with signs while consuming bugs for nutrition. The children's strike is eventually broadcast on television news, but Oscar still declines to raise Penny's allowance. Eventually, Penny's friends abandon the strike when they realize how difficult it is to be away from the comfort of their houses. Penny, the last remaining striker, ultimately reaches an agreement with Oscar for a raise in her allowance.
3 1 "Rumors" Bruce W. Smith Silvia Cardenas September 21, 2001

September 22, 2001

A rumor involving Penny and Myron (the school nerd) is spread. Penny's reputation is ruined, and even her friends believe the rumor. Her frenemy, LaCienega started the rumor, but Penny gets the last laugh when another rumor spreads about LaCienega trying to steal Myron away from Penny.
4 4 "Tiger Whisperer" Douglas McCarthy Alison Taylor September 28, 2001

September 30, 2001

Penny is bored sick of her mother's veterinary job on "Go To Work With Your Mother Day", until a magician with a very despondent tiger shows up at the clinic. Penny forms a bond with the tiger, but her mother, Trudy becomes wary. Oscar tries to go to a basketball game, but the only way he can go is if he sells ice cream at the game, which attracts women, including Wizard Kelly's gorgeous wife, Ginger S. Kelly.
5 3 "EZ Jackster" Mucci Fassett David Wyatt October 5, 2001

September 29, 2001

Penny is used as a tool to infect the whole world with a website marketing illegal free music downloads using the philosophy that "free music is our birthright." This episode is based on The Matrix.
6 11 "Spelling Bee" Bruce W. Smith Jayne Hamil October 12, 2001

November 4, 2001

When Wizard Kelly launches a spelling bee competition, Oscar forces Penny to train and makes her enter the competition so that he can re-live his glory days all over again, but the son of a contestant who lost to Oscar in a spelling bee that happened years ago made other ways to win the competition.
7 9 "She's Got Game" Douglas McCarthy Doreen Spicer October 19, 2001

October 28, 2001

When Penny tries to impress a boy she likes at school, she ends up on the football team, but Coach Collins refuses to let her play since she is a girl. Penny is finally given her chance when Michael, the coach's son, refuses to play out of fear. Penny then proves herself a capable football player, earning the respect of her teammates. Meanwhile, Oscar develops a new food for the Proud Snax brand called jelly poppers, which pop in more ways than one.
8 8 "Forbidden Date" Douglas McCarthy Dana Hali November 2, 2001

October 21, 2001

Breaking her father's strict "no-dating rule", Penny goes with her friends to the amusement park. Thanks to LaCienega, she ends up with an un-popular, overweight boy named Carlos. Penny thought that Carlos would be a nerd, but ended up being a very caring person and saves Bebe and Cece's lives when they sneak on a roller coaster after they escape from the baby care center at the park.
9 7 "Teacher's Pet" Mucci Fassett Calvin Brown, Jr. November 9, 2001

October 14, 2001

Penny's grades fall victim to a longtime grudge held between her teacher Ms. Dinkins and Suga Mama. Oscar and Trudy decide enroll the twins in a private pre-school, but change their minds at the last minute. Thanks to Penny in the end, Suga Mama and Ms. Dinkins became friends again and Ms. Dinkins does the right thing and changes the grade on Penny's paper from a "D" to the one she deserves: an "A".
10 12 "Don't Leave Home Without It" Mucci Fassett Michael Carrington & James E. West II November 16, 2001

November 10, 2001

Penny is given a credit card, leaving her to spend massively without her parents knowledge. She then learns the value of a dollar and how credit cards really work. Meanwhile, Oscar tries to get rid of a mouse in the Proud's home, but the Prouds' annoying, 9 year old neighbor Peabo creates more problems for Oscar.

Note(s): The song "Independent Women" by Destiny's Child is featured. This is the only episode of the series not available to stream on Disney+, it's also not available to purchase digitally, most likely due to music licensing issues with the episode's use of "Independent Women".

11 19 "Seven Days Of Kwanzaa" Bruce W. Smith Wayne Stamps December 7, 2001

December 2, 2001

The Proud Family is taught an important lesson about the true meaning of Christmas and Kwanzaa by a homeless family.
12 13 "Makeover" Douglas McCarthy Jeny Quine December 14, 2001

November 11, 2001

Penny, Dijonay and LaCienega turn Zoey into the perfect date, but will they be able to do the same with Olay Gross? Meanwhile, BeBe and CeCe get their pictures taken, but end up in a baby diaper commercial thanks to Oscar.
13 14 "The Party" Douglas McCarthy Mark Swinton January 4, 2002

November 17, 2001

Penny convinces her parents to let her have a party at their house, but LaCienega is also having a party on the same night. Penny is disappointed when her friends go to LaCienega's party instead. Myron and the Gross Sisters attend Penny's party, along with singer Lou Rawls, who is a friend of Suga Mama. Penny is depressed about her party and the absence of her friends, and is hesitant to partake in the party activities. Eventually, Lou Rawls cheers Penny up by singing his song, "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine". Later, Penny's friends ask her if they can join her party instead, saying that LaCienega's party was a disappointment. Although Penny is upset at her friends, she forgives them and agrees to let them come inside.
14 15 "Love Thy Neighbor" Mucci Fassett Michelle Listenbee Brown January 18, 2002

November 18, 2001

During a barbecue at the Boulevardez house, Oscar accidentally causes a fire. Although Oscar and Felix put out the fire, the fire department arrives and one of the firemen insists that they hose down the house, which causes an interior flood. While their house is being repaired, the Boulevardez family stays with the Proud family. Oscar becomes upset when BeBe and CeCe start calling Felix their father. Meanwhile, Penny is upset that she has to share her room with LaCienega, as the two do not get along. During a school swim team practice, Penny and her friends discover that LaCienega has large feet, which she has tried to hide as she is embarrassed by them. After the children laugh at her feet, LaCienega becomes depressed and spends much of her time crying in Penny's room. Oscar cheers up LaCienega after talking to her about how everyone is different in some way. LaCienega goes on to win the Wizard Kelly Teen Pageant after demonstrating her quick swimming speed.
15 16 "I Had a Dream" Mucci Fassett James E. West II & T. Smith III February 1, 2002

November 24, 2001

For Black History Month, Penny and her friends are given school assignments to dress up as prominent black people and give a presentation on how each person contributed to black history. At school, Penny slips on a wet floor that was just mopped. Later, at her house, Penny is tasked with dropping Puff off at a groomer on her way to school, where she will give her presentation on Angela Davis. Penny and Puff get caught in a wind storm on the way to school. Afterwards, Penny is confused when she learns that her friends no longer spend time with Zoey because she is white. When Penny returns home, she learns that the year is 1955. Despite their differences in skin color, Penny becomes friends with Zoey, going against what is considered normal. Penny and Zoey convince their class to unite against segregation, and Penny eventually convinces an outraged mob of the same concept after reciting Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech. Penny wakes up and learns that she was only dreaming, having gone unconscious after falling on the wet floor at school.
16 17 "I Love You Penny Proud" Douglas McCarthy Doreen Spicer February 8, 2002

November 25, 2001

Penny is guilt-tripped into forming a relationship with a boy in a wheelchair on Valentine's Day. However, the boy turns out to be obnoxious and rude, prompting Penny to break up with him.
17 10 "Puff's Magic Adventure" Douglas McCarthy T. Smith III March 1, 2002

November 3, 2001

Oscar is trying to enjoy "Oscar Day", but Suga Mama shows up to drop off Puff while she goes to her Tae Bo class. Trudy then drags Oscar out to shop for new furniture, leaving Penny to watch the twins and Puff. When Penny gets roped into a game with her friends outside, Bebe and CeCe antagonize Puff, causing them to run away. Penny manages to rescue the twins, but Puff ends up falling into the river. Suga Mama is depressed without her beloved poodle, and while the family and friends try to find him, Puff has a series of adventures including nearly being sacrificed into a volcano and appearing on magazine covers in Paris.
18 2 "Enter The Bullies" Mucci Fassett James E. West II March 15, 2002

September 23, 2001

The Gross Sisters call Penny out after she clues the school principal in on their bullying ways. Meanwhile, BeBe and CeCe visit Dr. Payne for their flu shots in which they cry because Oscar thinks they don't know what a shot or the doctor's office is.
19 20 "The Altos" Douglas McCarthy Ron Neal April 12, 2002

December 8, 2001

Wizard Kelly holds a scavenger hunt (which was actually Oscar's idea) for the kids to participate in, with the prize being to "live like the Wizard" for a day. While this is happening, Sticky's parents get divorced, prompting him to act out by hanging with a group of bullies called The Altos, robbing his friends daily. Worried about Sticky, Penny and Trudy convince Oscar to step up and be a positive role model for the boy. However, Sticky winds up stealing the clues to the scavenger hunt so the Altos are guaranteed a win. He then regrets his actions when he learns the Altos are plotting to rob Wizard Kelly after winning the scavenger hunt.
20 18 "Hip-Hop Helicopter" Mucci Fassett Calvin Brown, Jr. April 26, 2002

December 1, 2001

Penny and her friends form a dance group known as "LPDZ", and dance on "Hip-Hop Helicopter", a famous dance show. Oscar gets furious due to their skimpy outfits. A conversation with Trudy convinces Penny to not wear the outfit anymore, but when Dijoany's cousin invites them to a high school party, Penny and her friends deal with the peer pressure of "acting cool" while lying about their ages. Elsewhere, the Proud and Boulevardez families compete against each other in bowling, and Oscar is obsessed with beating Suga Mama at the game. *Notes*: Hip-Hop Helicopter is a parody of Soul Train. In this episode, we learn that Dijonay's cousin Bethany works for Hip-Hop Helicopter.
21 21 "Romeo Must Wed" Mucci Fassett Calvin Brown, Jr. May 24, 2002

December 9, 2001

Penny has a crush on Kwok, who is arranged to be married to another girl because of the traditions of where his parents are from in China. Meanwhile, Penny and Kwok are playing the title roles in the school production of Romeo and Juliet. Meanwhile, Trudy's big sister Diana, a famous actress, is visiting from New York City.

Season 2 (2002–2003)

Episodes in USA Episodes in Canada Title Directed by Written by Original air date 

USA and Canada

22 25 "A Star Is Scorned" Mucci Fassett T. Smith III September 27, 2002

September 22, 2002

A music company hears about the group "LPDZ" and they all get a recording deal. Everything turns out well for them until Penny decides to sing solo. She isolates her friends and family for fame, but begins to miss the life (and the friends) she used to have.
23 22 "A Hero For Halloween" Bruce W. Smith Calvin Brown, Jr. October 18, 2002

September 7, 2002

Its Halloween, and Wizard Kelly is hosting the "Fright-tacular, Y'all!" Penny's friends are excited, as Lil Romeo is scheduled to perform, but she does not want to go because she thinks Halloween is for kids. The Prouds have a party at their house, but Oscar receives an unexpected visit from the realtor who sold him the house 10 years ago, warning him that the ghost of the previous home owner, Garrett Krebs, will visit the house that night. A mysterious man arrives at the house later on, but the Prouds believe him to be the magician they hired for the party. Trudy then sends Penny to go to the Wizard's party, but the party is sold out. Upset, Penny eats Oscar's new snacks, which gives her super powers. After saving the city from a meteor and preventing the Gross Sisters from stealing all the goodie bags, the Wizard allows Penny to enjoy the party. Meanwhile, the "magician" makes a great impression on the Prouds and their guests, but they are thrown for a curve when the real magician arrives. Krebs then reveals himself, scaring everyone out of the house, but bars the door to prevent the Prouds from leaving. Krebs declares he is there to take his house back, vowing to bring the Prouds into the afterlife with him. Penny, still a hero, arrives and duels with the ghost, defeating him to save the family and the house.
24 23 "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thingy, Baby" T.J. House James E. West II October 25, 2002

September 8, 2002

Trudy asks Oscar to try to get a popular cartoon character called Thingy to come to BeBe and CeCe's birthday party, but Penny suspects the woman who plays the character is having an affair with her father. Penny then tells her not to come to the party and the babies attack Oscar. In the end, it is revealed the woman who played Thingy is Debra, Trudy's best friend and roommate from college, and she was the one who brought Oscar and Trudy together as a couple. Penny is then forced to apologize for her actions.
25 26 "Poetic Justice" Mucci Fassett Nguyen Orange November 8, 2002

September 29, 2002

Penny teaches Dijonay how to spit poetry, who does poorly at first, but does phenomenal on stage, leaving a jealous Penny in her wake. Meanwhile, the Prouds' 9-year-old neighbor, Peabo annoys Oscar by getting him electrocuted, caught by Trudy when he was being seduced by two beautiful lifeguards, and attacked by a giant bird.
26 28 "Behind the Family Lines" Bruce W. Smith Wayne Stamps December 13, 2002

October 13, 2002

BeBe and CeCe are getting baptized, and Penny invites Trudy's family for the ceremony, much to Oscar's annoyance. He then retaliates by sending his brother, Bobby, to invite his country cousin Ray Ray, his wife Boonnetta, and their children to the baptism. The families wind up clashing after a series of failed dinners. When they both threaten to leave due to the fighting, Penny takes it upon herself to make sure everyone is there, even if it means lying to them that the other family is gone. On the day of the baptism, they start a big fight again, leading Penny to call them all out for their behavior, along with her cousin Chanel from Trudy's side and her cousin Ray Ray, Jr. from Oscar's side. When the three of them show how well they get along, the grownups are finally inspired to put their differences aside and come together as a family.
27 27 "Hooray for Iesha" T.J. House John Marsh January 3, 2003

October 6, 2002

Penny's favorite TV show "Iesha" gets canceled, leaving the girls to go to Hollywood to convince the writers to put it back. Once it does, Penny learns Iesha is not who she thought she was.
28 30 "Camping Trip" T.J. House Mark Swinton February 17, 2003

November 3, 2002

Oscar and Felix get a camper with the intention to take their families camping. Ultimately, they get lost and wind up in a riverbed, which floods after a storm. Oscar and Felix try to find help, while their families and friends learn how to survive the wilderness.
29 36 "Crouching Trudy, Hidden Penny" Douglas McCarthy James E. West II March 7, 2003

June 8, 2003

Penny and her friends are inspired to pick up karate after seeing a movie, and wind up in the same dojo as the Chang triplets. When the star of the movie they saw opens a new dojo in town, her friends abandon her at the dojo they started at. Penny wants to follow her friends to the new dojo, but Trudy forbids it, wanting her to stick with her dojo. Penny is not thrilled when all of her friends are across the street breaking boards, while she is helping the Changs clean the dojo. However, as time goes on, she comes to appreciate her time there, especially after she and the Changs manage to easily defeat her friends in a karate tournament. Penny realizes the reason they won was because their dojo offered discipline, something the other dojo did not have.

Note: The episode name is a reference to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

30 35 "Pulp Boot Camp" T.J. House Doreen Spicer March 28, 2003

June 1, 2003

Penny tries to be a journalist on the school's paper, but she is turned out because her submissions were too good and innocent. She turns to the Gross Sisters to do a school exposé on bullies so she can get a spot on the school newspaper staff. However, she winds up becoming just like them and starts bullying all her friends. When her bad behavior begins to affect her home life, her parents send her to boot camp to straighten her up. Penny is the narrator for this episode.
31 40 "Tween Town" T.J. House Calvin Brown, Jr. April 11, 2003

July 6, 2003

When Penny lies to her parents and sneaks to a teen nightclub, she gets in trouble and is grounded. However, Al Roker overhears her wishing that all the parents on earth would disappear and grants her wish.
32 34 "One In A Million" Mucci Fassett T Smith III April 18, 2003

May 25, 2003

When Penny gets a chance to win $1,000,000 by shooting a half-court shot at the All-Star basketball game, Oscar convinces her to let him take the shot instead in order to fulfill a lifelong dream.
33 33 "Hmmm... Tastes Like" Douglas McCarthy Calvin Brown, Jr. May 9, 2003

November 24, 2002

When Oscar's latest snacks for the PSA Snack-Off proceed to make Penny and her friends sick, Suga Mama comes to the rescue with new "Get Up N Go" Bars, which prove to be very tasty. After Suga Mama enters the Snack-Off and wins, Oscar is stunned. Initially plotting revenge, he decides to cash in on Suga Mama's snacks, making a profit. Wizard Kelly turns up, wanting to buy the snacks. Oscar and the family want to take the money, but Suga Mama inspires Oscar through song to believe in himself and the potential for success, resulting in Oscar dismissing the Wizard. Suga Mama then makes an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show, to talk about the snacks. When she goes to demonstrate, she shows that part of the process includes putting her foot into the ingredients, making everyone sick. Oscar loses all his money, and the Wizard, as always, has the last laugh.
34 32 "There's Something About Rene" Douglas McCarthy Michael Carrington May 23, 2003

November 17, 2002

The Proud Family home is in a state of disarray, just as Trudy is preparing to go to a convention for work. Stressed out, Trudy seeks to hire a nanny to keep the house (and the family) in order while she is away. After a series of disappointing interviews, a gorgeous young woman named Rene shows up. Oscar and the family are instantly won over, but Trudy is skeptical. Nevertheless, she hires Rene and leaves for her trip. While there, she has a nightmare of Rene stealing her family and ruining her home. She returns to find everything is fine, but matters are made worse when her family and friends barely recognize her. Trudy then tries to get rid of Rene, which is easier said than done.
35 31 "Adventures in BeBe Sitting" Mucci Fassett Dana Hali June 20, 2003

November 10, 2002

Penny and her friends get tickets to go to a concert, but she and Dijonay have to stay home and babysit since both their parents go on a couples retreat, which the husbands frequently try to get out of. Dijonay decides to ditch Penny to go to the concert, leaving Penny with Dijonay's wild and troublesome brothers and sisters.
36 29 "Surf and Turf" Mucci Fassett Lydia Look June 27, 2003

October 27, 2002

Dijonay attempts to kiss Sticky, by entering a contest where she chooses a boy to kiss her or diss her with a huge prize if she is kissed, but regardless, Sticky rejects her. This leaves Dijonay heartbroken, so she attempts to make him jealous by asking the new kid, Duke to the Beach Blanket Bananza. Her plan works leaving Sticky jealous, which prompts him to ask Penny to enter the contest with him. Meanwhile, Suga Mama and Papi enter as well and are used as side-comedy. The three teams make it to the final round, a surf contest. During the contest Djonay and Sticky are more focused on showing off to one another. Finally, Sticky, Penny, Duke, and Djonay lost to Suga Mama and Papi, leaving Djonay back where she was with Sticky. Elsewhere, Oscar decides to enter Bebe and Cece into Wizard Kelly's annual baby derby against the Red-Nosed baby, a baby who can talk. They make a wager, but Oscar, desperate to win, uses Felix's nephew Javier instead of his own babies. *Notes*: When Sticky asks Zoey to pretend to date him to make Dijonay jealous she says, "I don't want no scrub.". This is a reference to TLC's 1999 song No Scrubs. When Sticky asks Penny to help him win Dijonay back he tells her, "I ain't too proud to beg now.". He's referencing Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg by TLC (group).
37 38 "The Legend Of Johnny Lovely" T.J. House & Douglas McCarthy Ray "Cory" Daniels July 25, 2003

June 22, 2003

In an unusual episode, a boy named Johnny Lovely arrives in Wizville and charms all the girls in school except Penny, who is convinced that its nothing but a facade. Papi sings about Johnny Lovely's escapades throughout the episode.

Note: Bloopers are shown at the end of this episode.

38 39 "The Camp, the Counselor, the Mole, and the Rock" Mucci Fassett & Lenord Robinson T. Smith III August 1, 2003

June 29, 2003

Penny and her friends go to work as counselors for a summer camp, where Penny intends to meet her crush, an older boy named Tory. Wary, Oscar sends neighbor Peabo (who was going to the camp anyway) to spy on Penny, but Peabo is distracted by his own attempts to win over his new crush, Zoey.
39 42 "It Takes A Thief" Mucci Fassett James E. West II September 12, 2003

July 20, 2003

Penny, Dijonay and Zoey get jobs at Wizard Kelly's new jewelry store, largely in part to LaCienega's relationship with the Wizard's son, Wizard Kelly, Jr. One day, the store manager, Randi, accuses them of stealing a watch that goes missing, resulting in all three of them getting fired. While attempting to clear their names, they later discover it was Bebe and Cece who took the watch, courtesy of a video Oscar was filming of an attractive woman in the store. Despite their innocence, the effort to get their jobs back is in vain, as Wizard Jr. has a new girlfriend at the end of the episode, who turns out to be Nubia Gross.
40 43 "Wedding Bell Blues" T.J. House Calvin Brown, Jr. September 19, 2003 or September 26, 2003

July 27, 2003

Suga Mama has a new boyfriend in Clarence St. John, but Oscar is convinced that Clarence is only dating Suga Mama for her money. He hires his detective friend, Igloo, to spy on Clarence and Suga Mama. When Igloo reports that Suga Mama paid for all their activities, as well as mentioning women he talked to who had been with Clarence and lost their money, the evidence lines up that Clarence is bad news. All talk of interfering is put on hold when Suga Mama announces she and Clarence will marry in one week. On the day of the wedding, Clarence's son turns up at the ceremony, revealing that his father is actually multibillionaire restauranteur Roscoe Carrington III, and that he is a widower suffering from dementia. While Suga Mama is reimbursed for the money she spent on Clarence, she stills bears the pain of watching him go.
41 41 "Penny Potter" Lenord Robinson Doreen Spicer September 19, 2003 or September 26, 2003

July 13, 2003

Oscar wakes the family up in the middle of the night to watch his latest Proud Snax commercial, but immediately afterwards, a commercial airs promoting Sista Spice, Suga Mama's sister and Oscar's aunt. Sista Spice possesses telekinesis, having the ability to move things around with her mind. Suga Mama is less than thrilled about her sister, and it is shown that they despise each other. Oscar uses this to his advantage, asking Spice to use her powers to get Suga Mama out of the house. Trudy then forces Oscar to apologize to Suga Mama, who responds with a hard right hook to his face, knocking him out. When Sista Spice, who was scheduled to perform at the WizArena, gets bumped in favor of Sir-Paid-A-Lot, Oscar offers her the Proud Snax parking lot for a show. When nobody shows up to the Sir-Paid-A-Lot concert, Wizard Kelly becomes suspicious. He then realizes all his stores are empty as well, and only finds Suga Mama and Bobby hanging out at his movie theater. Suga Mama then tells the Wizard about Spice's show, and figuring out it's a scam by Spice, all three rush to put a stop to it. Spice tries to flee, but Suga Mama stops her, and clues Oscar in on her scheming ways. The attendees get their money back, and Oscar and Suga Mama make up.

Season 3 (2003–2005)

42 52 "Monkey Business" Bruce W. Smith Frederick N. Johnson October 10, 2003

November 7, 2003

Mariah Carey's pet monkey, François, gets taken to Trudy's veterinary office after he passes out from eating a Proud Snack. Oscar takes Mr. Chips to Trudy, but forgets about him when he starts trying to flirt with Mariah, and François and Mr. Chips get switched. Oscar tries to make money off of François (thinking he's Mr. Chips) because he can play the piano, while Mr. Chips is living a luxurious life with Mariah.
43 45 "Thelma and Luis" T.J. House & Lenord Robinson Wayne Stamps October 10, 2003

August 29, 2003

After accidentally flooding Felix's house, Papi is sent to a retirement home called Happy Endings. However, it is secretly an okra farm, where the residents are forced to work on the fields all day. When Penny and friends discover this, having come in before visiting hours, they attempt to reveal this to their parents, only for the farm to adequately camouflage itself during visiting hours. Only Sugar Mama believes them, noticing the difference in feet size between Papi and his impostor. The next night, Sticky, Zoey, Lacienega, Penny, Dijonay, and Suga Mama go and rescue Papi. But while the two are taking a trip to Las Vegas, the farm's manager, Helga, is intent on retrieving Papi.
44 50 "Culture Shock" T.J. House Doreen Spicer October 24, 2003

October 17, 2003

Each of the students at school have to go into another family and write an essay on their experiences. Penny goes to the Zamin family (a Muslim family) finding out there is more to them than meets the eye.
45 46 "Election" T.J. House & Lenord Robinson Tamiko K. Brooks November 7, 2003

September 5, 2003

Penny runs for student body president, but faces some stiff competition from Wizard Kelly, Jr., who is sho-in to win based on his popularity and status as Wizard Kelly's son. The competition gets fierce, but in the end, Myron is elected, much to everyone's shock.
46 48 "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" Lenord Robinson James E. West II December 5, 2003

September 19, 2003

LaCienega and ordinary looking classmate Agatha Ordinario with long brown hair enter a singing competition (similar to American Idol) where the winner gets to sing with R&B/Soul singer Alicia Keys. Agatha is the better singer by far, but when Wizard Kelly fixes the votes, LaCienega is forced to make a tough decision.
47 49 "Smack Mania 6: Mongo Vs. Mama's Boy" T.J. House T. Smith III December 26, 2003

September 26, 2003

Oscar films a new Proud Snax commercial with world champion wrestler Mongo, but Mongo falls very ill after trying the snacks while filming. The angry wrestler forces Oscar to defend his title belt on tv, which Oscar tries to get out of. Suga Mama decides to wrestle for him, but Oscar shows up at the arena after his family berates him for walking out of the match. In his match, Oscar gets pummeled, but Suga Mama makes the save. The events get the attention of promoter Lance McDougal, who seeks to make them stars. Oscar and Suga Mama become the biggest names in wrestling, but Oscar grows tired of being in Suga Mama's shadow and suggests firing her and replacing her with Lance's assistant Jasmine, dubbed "Hot Mama". However, Mongo suddenly returns to the ring, wanting his title belt back. Without Suga Mama, Oscar gets badly beat, but Suga Mama decides to get involved at the last second. Unfortunately, their wrestling careers come to an end when Mongo's mother shows up.
48 44 "Suga Mama's Believers" T.J. House Dana Hali February 16, 2004

August 22, 2003

Penny and her friends form a baseball team, but they struggle due to Oscar's terrible coaching. Suga Mama steps up and becomes the new coach, and the team improves immediately. Known as the "Believers", they win 9 straight games and earn a spot in the championship final. Their opponents are coached by Cool Papa Mac, an old rival of Suga Mama's from her baseball days. Papa Mac reminds Suga Mama of how she and her team got beat by him and the Nergo League All Stars several years ago. This triggers repressed memories for Suga Mama, who abandons the team. However, while the game is happening, Suga Mama is inspired to return, and makes it just in time for the last inning. Using unconventional strategy, Suga Mama helps the Believers score 4 runs in the last inning to win the game.
49 47 "Twins to Tweens" T.J. House Sabrina D. Campbell April 24, 2004

September 12, 2003

Penny, tired of baby-sitting her younger siblings, wishes they were old enough to take care of themselves. Al Roker grants Penny's wish and turns Cece and Bebe into teens, but they turn out to be a lot more popular than her.
50 51 "She Drives Me Crazy" T.J. House Calvin Brown, Jr. January 9, 2004 or August 5, 2005

October 24, 2003

Suga Mama runs into trouble with the law when she commits multiple traffic violations while out with Papi. In the ensuing melée, Penny, who had been trying to get her to stop, suffers a hairline fracture after her bike skidded across oil and Dijonay landed hard on her leg. It is then discovered that Suga Mama has been driving for decades with an expired license. Trudy ultimately takes care of Penny and helps Suga Mama get around town, but she is quickly driven to the brink. Oscar then takes Suga Mama to the DMV to renew her license. While Suga Mama passes her vision and written test with flying colors, she wrecks the DMV during the driving test. Depressed, Suga Mama confines herself to her home, refusing to talk to anyone. The family decides to check on her, and when Suga Mama mistakes Penny for Puff, they bring in Dr. Payne, who concludes that Suga Mama is legally blind. Dr. Payne gives Suga Mama new glasses, which helps her vision. She returns to the DMV, and this time, succeeds in getting her driver's license. Later, she drives Penny to the football game, but loses her glasses and starts driving out of control again.
51 24 "Who You Callin' a Sissy" T.J. House, Douglas McCarthy, & Lenord Robinson Doreen Spicer August 12, 2005

September 15, 2002

Michael and LaCienega are planning on going to the dance together, mainly because Michael has prepared an exotic dress for her. Soon after Michael gets called a sissy, the bullies get a traumatizing experience from a bully version of Michael.

Absent: BeBe and CeCe.

52 37 "Psycho Duck" T.J. House Beverly D. Hunter August 19, 2005

June 15, 2003

Penny rescues a duck from drowning, and the duck takes an instant liking to her. The Prouds then take the duck in to nurse him back to health. However, when he begins following Penny around, Penny gets fed up and tells him to go home. This causes the duck, Chester, to go psycho, at everyone else's expense.


Series # Title Original airdate

USA and Canada

53-54 "The Proud Family Movie" August 19, 2005

July 28, 2006

The series finale (and also the last episode). The day before Penny turns 16, her dad, Oscar, demands that she can't be a Spare Change dancer. Penny sneaks out of the house, and meets the rapper 15 Cent. Meanwhile, her dad failed to enter a snack academy. 15 Cent drives her home and Penny kisses him, and as her father yells, she's embarrassed. Penny gets scolded, grounded, her Birthday Party's canceled, forbidden from turning 16, hurts Oscar's feelings twice, and she goes back to her room in total anger. Her mom, Trudy, gives the birthday present from her dad. All of a sudden, her family is invited on a cruise ship. They learn it's a plot by the evil Dr. Carver (Arsenio Hall) who wants Oscar's secret to his new Proud Snack. Since Oscar won't reveal the secret, Dr. Carver sends peanut-shaped clones of Penny, Oscar, Trudy, Bebe & Cece, Suga Mama, and Puff back home. And the only place they will find the secret to the snack was in Penny's birthday present her necklace. The movie concludes when they use Penny's necklace to make peanut butter clones who later get destroyed, leaving the peanut family to their business of eating hotdogs and performing 15 Cent's song, featuring the real Penny, Dijonay, Lacienga, and Zoey.

  • Directed by Bruce W. Smith

The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder

Season 1 (2022)

Series # Title Original airdate Code
1 "New Kids on the Block"[1] February 23, 2022[2]
2 Bad Influence(r) February 23, 2022[2]
3 It All Started with an Orange Basketball March 2, 2022
4 Father Figures March 9, 2022
5 Snackland March 16, 2022
6 Get In March 23, 2022
7 Home School March 30, 2022
8 When You Wish Upon a Roker April 6, 2022
9 Raging Bully April 13, 2022
10 Old Towne Road Part 1 April 20, 2022

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