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There is no Next Episode of Snake Tales planned.
Tiger Johnson is overjoyed because her father has finally accepted reality and is selling Snake Park and moving to the city, but then new-age Miranda Sailendra arrives with her teenage daughter Skye and falls in love with the place, upsetting both girls' plans.
Flooding has cut off the Snake Park and they're fast running out of food while Skye is distraught at missing the annual disco back home. When Digby discovers an amazing new breed of snake that captures the interest of famous billionaire Richard Brandsgates, Tiger sees a chance to solve all her problems
Tiger is shocked when Skye outscores her in the scholarship exam to the prestigious City Elementary School but before Skye can begin to enjoy her victory she has to deal with a face-to-face interview with the school's formidable and intimidating teacher, Mrs Sneech.
When a television producer decides to make a reality TV series about life at the Snake Park, things get turned on their head when the two girls are cast to play each other, and try their hardest to make the other look as bad as possible.
Tiger has her hands full dealing with Jake's latest crazy scheme, the Barren Barren Bed 'n' Breakfast, when things get more complicated as she discovers that two of their guests are a famous rock star and a smuggler — but which is which
Skye freaks out when she discovers that her coolest, chic-est friend Talaria will be visiting from London and will uncover Skye's lies about how brilliant her new home is, but things go from bad to worse when Talaria, instead of being horrified, loves the Snake Park and takes Tiger as her new best friend. At Miranda's behest, Jake takes Harrison camping to try to instruct him in the manly ways.
When the Snake Park's first busload of visitors in ages coincides with a surprise visit by Digby's parents, Tiger rallies the gang to convince Digby's parents that he goes to a real school, while simultaneously putting on the greatest snake show on Earth.
When Skye accidentally discovers oil in the Snake Park she thinks she's found the perfect lure to get her corporate high-flyer father to come and take her away, but when he tries to negotiate with Jake to buy the park, he finds out he's bitten off more than he can chew.
When hot teen American actor Logan Strutts comes to the Snake Park to research his new film, The Snake Hunter, Tiger surprisingly finds herself smitten and battles Skye for the star's attention, which gets complicated when Tiny the snake grows to an enormous size and goes on a rampage.
Jake is excited when he manages to breed a completely new species of snake, but its very existence is threatened by the coming of the Big Wet, which sends everyone's personality haywire and turns Tiger into a crazed, howling and snarling teen werewolf.
When Skye hears about the Banuga Carnival she is desperate to go but Miranda refuses to give her permission until Tiger has a date as well. Skye bribes Goober to woo Tiger, upsetting Harrison's plans for the two of them to observe the extremely rare passage of the comet Hiroto.
Skye defeats Tiger in the election for school captain, but when she reveals her irresponsible plans for the School Fund money, Tiger decides to challenge her with the help of a dodgy lawyer, which starts a chain reaction of everyone suing everyone else.
Tiger and Skye are finally united, working together to destroy the apparently budding realationship between Jake and Miranda, but when their plans succeed beyond her wildest dreams and Jake decides to sell the Snake Park and move to the city, Tiger discovers that her great new life in not all it's cracked up to be.