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The Monkees is an American situation comedy that aired on NBC from 12 September 1966 to 25 March 1968. The series follows the adventures of four young men trying to make a name for themselves as rock 'n roll singers. The show introduced a number of innovative new-wave film techniques to series television and won two Emmy Awards in 1967. The program ended on Labor Day 1968 at the finish of its second season and has received a long afterlife in Saturday morning repeats (CBS and ABC) and syndication, as well as overseas broadcasts.
In a small Mexican town overrun by bandits, Davy is kidnapped by El Diablo, the head bandit, and Micky must face El Diablo in a showdown.
When Davy, Mike, and Micky are framed for robbing a bank, it's up to Peter to get the evidence that will free them.
A desert princess wants Davy to be her husband, but another suitor would rather see Davy and his friends assassinated.
When the Monkees' neighbors are thrown out of their homes, Mike runs for mayor to get some justice. But he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
It turns out Peter is as talented with art as he is with music, and two crooks use him to paint a duplicate of a priceless portrait they plan to steal.
With Mike missing from most of the episode, Davy and Peter try to help Micky win the girl without resorting to joining a phony health club.
Judd Wheskett wants to marry Ella Mae Chubber, but it seems she'd rather marry a Monkee--any of them!
The Monkees run into some wacky characters when they go treasure hunting on a remote island.
In an episode missing Mike, a ballerina infatuated with Peter tries to rescue him from Communist spies. But when she twists her ankle before going on stage, Micky must take her place.
The Monkees become a motorcycle gang to impress some biker chicks. When the girls' boyfriends show up, the Monkees sure are in trouble!
An eccentric old widow (Ruth Buzzi) and her conniving nephew hold a seance in the Monkees' house.
Davy, Peter, and Micky (Mike got seasick) take on pirates out to rob a cruise ship.
Mike's aunt needs help when outlaws keep attacking her ranch, so Micky and Peter dress up as the Lone Stranger and Pronto to rustle up some aid.
After accidentally winning money from a wigged reel, er, rigged wheel at a Las Vegas casino, the Monkees find themselves wanted by the police and the gangsters who rigged the wheel in the first place.
The Monkees keep trying to show rich kid Melvin (Butch Patrick) the spirit of Christmas, and wind up losing their holiday funds due to injuries.
A fan favorite episode because Mike Nesmith acts in drag as the haughty Princess Gwen. Does not feature the band struggling to make it as a success, but takes place in a medieval setting.
Mike is missing from this story, then Micky goes missing and is replaced by an android duplicate with backwards feet. Meanwhile, presidential hopeful Pat Paulsen narrates the whole incident.
Davy gets turned into a vampire and Micky into a werewolf. Meanwhile, other vampires plot to put Peter's brain inside a monster's head, and Mike must figure out how to rescue all his buddies.
When Micky buys a mystical monkey's paw, it grants him the "wish" of muteness.
The devil tricks Peter into signing a contract for his soul if he grants Peter the ability to play the harp. But was it really "Mr. Zero" who gave Peter his talent, or was it Peter's own love for music?
When a friend of Davy's grandfather, T.N. Crumpets, invites the Monkees to work on his race car, Micky is kidnapped by a rival driver and Crumpets' car vanishes. All this leads to Davy driving the Monkeemobile in a race.
A different kind of episode in which the cast of the show romps around Paris while being chased by girls.
The Monkees go to England to try to save a manor village without ending up being stuck there forever. Directed by Peter Tork.
Famous DJ Jerry Blavat is judging a band contest. Each band has to be a mix of boys and girls, so the other Monkees make Davy dress as a girl. Meanwhile, an all-girl band dresses one of their members as a boy. When Davy and Daphne meet, romance blooms.
A crooked mentalist takes control of the Monkees' minds. This episode is well known for a bonus segment featuring Frank Zappa.
Micky Dolenz co-wrote and directed this psychedelic episode about a villain, Wizard Glick, trying to take over the world through hypnotic television.
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