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The Best Episodes of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius

Every episode of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius!

Jimmy Neutron is the smartest kid in town. As a genius, Jimmy thinks most things can be solved with the invention of a new gizmo. But Jimmy usually takes the easy way out, and his backfiring gadgets result in comedic adventures.

Genres:AnimationAction & AdventureComedySci-Fi & FantasyKids
Network:Nickelodeon

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius" is "Out, Darn Spotlight", rated 8.2/10 from 86 user votes. It was directed by Mike Gasaway and written by Steven Banks. "Out, Darn Spotlight" aired on 3/11/2004 and is rated 0.0 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "The N Men".

  • Out, Darn Spotlight
    8.2/10 86 votes

    #1 - Out, Darn Spotlight

    Season 2 Episode 15 - Aired 2004-03-11

    Jimmy is desperate to get the starring role opposite dream girl Betty Quinlan in the school musical, "Macbeth in Space." But the only part he can land is the FX master backstage.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • The N Men
    8.2/10 62 votes

    #2 - The N Men

    Season 3 Episode 2 - Aired 2004-11-27

    After a run in with a radiation belt in outer space, Jimmy, Cindy, Carl, Sheen and Libby are all endowed with super powers.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Gene Grillo

  • Send in the Clones
    8.0/10 120 votes

    #3 - Send in the Clones

    Season 2 Episode 12 - Aired 2004-03-09

    Jimmy clones himself so he doesn't have to do chores.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • Jimmy Goes to College
    8.0/10 129 votes

    #4 - Jimmy Goes to College

    Season 3 Episode 6 - Aired 2005-05-27

    Jimmy is recruited by the most prestigious science college in the country to be their new superstar student. But when he gets there, Jimmy becomes the unwitting target of rival student, Seymour Nimmelfarb.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Gene Grillo

  • Hall Monster
    7.8/10 108 votes

    #5 - Hall Monster

    Season 1 Episode 16 - Aired 2002-11-01

    When the old tyrant of a hall monster leaves, Jimmy is picked as his replacement.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • Beach Party Mummy
    7.7/10 102 votes

    #6 - Beach Party Mummy

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2003-09-19

    Bored by a class documentary on mummies, Jimmy decides to take Carl, Sheen, Libby, and Cindy along with him to see the real deal.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • Foul Bull
    7.7/10 122 votes

    #7 - Foul Bull

    Season 2 Episode 17 - Aired 2004-03-26

    During a class trip to a rodeo, Jimmy, Carl and Sheen fall for a cute little cowgirl named Sally.

    Director: Keith Alcorn, Kirby Atkins

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • Men At Work
    7.7/10 104 votes

    #8 - Men At Work

    Season 2 Episode 19 - Aired 2004-06-02

    Carl, Sheen, and Jimmy take jobs at a local burger joint. Jimmy transforms it to a fully automated restaurant that aims to please the customers and destroy the competition.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • The Big Pinch
    7.6/10 111 votes

    #9 - The Big Pinch

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2002-09-13

    To settle an argument with Cindy, Jimmy brings Thomas Edison to school.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Jed Spingarn

  • Monster Hunt
    7.6/10 99 votes

    #10 - Monster Hunt

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2003-11-11

    Jimmy, Sheen, Carl and Captain Betty set out on a mission to capture the lake monster that has haunted Lake Retroville for at least six months.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Gene Grillo

  • My Son, the Hamster
    7.5/10 92 votes

    #11 - My Son, the Hamster

    Season 1 Episode 15 - Aired 2002-10-30

    Jimmy's teleporting goof-up leads to him switching heads with Carl's pet hamster.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Gene Grillo

  • Hypno-Birthday to You!
    7.5/10 97 votes

    #12 - Hypno-Birthday to You!

    Season 1 Episode 17 - Aired 2002-11-01

    In order to get his new chemistry set right away, Jimmy hypnotizes his parents.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Darwin C. Vickers

  • The Evil Beneath
    7.5/10 103 votes

    #13 - The Evil Beneath

    Season 3 Episode 15 - Aired 2006-01-26

    The boys travel to the Bahama Quadrangle to disprove the myth of the disappearances associated with the mysterious site.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Tom Sheppard

  • The Phantom of Retroland
    7.4/10 91 votes

    #14 - The Phantom of Retroland

    Season 1 Episode 14 - Aired 2002-10-30

    Jimmy tries to disprove Nick's scary tale about the Phantom of Retroland.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • The Tomorrow Boys
    7.4/10 104 votes

    #15 - The Tomorrow Boys

    Season 3 Episode 3 - Aired 2005-05-23

    Jimmy, Sheen, and Carl travel 15 years into the future, only to find that some things have gone wrong. Can they right the past to save their future?

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Christopher Painter

  • The Incredible Shrinking Town
    7.4/10 87 votes

    #16 - The Incredible Shrinking Town

    Season 3 Episode 11 - Aired 2006-01-23

    When the entire population of Retroville is accidentally hit by Jimmy's shrink ray, the Space Bandits abduct everyone with the nefarious plan of marketing and selling them throughout the galaxy as living dolls.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • Lady Sings the News
    7.4/10 46 votes

    #17 - Lady Sings the News

    Season 3 Episode 20 - Aired 2006-11-17

    The kids become news anchors for a local television network.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Jed Spingarn

  • I Dream of Jimmy
    7.3/10 97 votes

    #18 - I Dream of Jimmy

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2002-09-27

    Jimmy invents the Dream Injector 5000 and enters Carl's dream to figure out what he is afraid of.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • See Jimmy Run
    7.3/10 96 votes

    #19 - See Jimmy Run

    Season 1 Episode 12 - Aired 2002-10-14

    To get revenge on Cindy for winning a race, Jimmy adapts his running shoes so he can move at lightning speed.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Butch Hartman, Steve Marmel

  • Substitute Creature
    7.3/10 95 votes

    #20 - Substitute Creature

    Season 1 Episode 19 - Aired 2002-11-15

    Miss Fowl swallows a seed from Jimmy's DNA-accelerated spinach plant turning her into a 50-foot plant.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Darwin C. Vickers

  • Grumpy Young Men
    7.3/10 131 votes

    #21 - Grumpy Young Men

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2003-10-03

    They boys use a metabolic accelerator to make them old enough to buy a violent video game.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • Carl Wheezer: Boy Genius
    7.3/10 95 votes

    #22 - Carl Wheezer: Boy Genius

    Season 3 Episode 16 - Aired 2006-01-26

    Carl's pen pal, Elke Elkberg from Sweden, is coming to Retroville to meet him, and Carl is in a panic.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Steven Banks

  • Granny Baby
    7.2/10 107 votes

    #23 - Granny Baby

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2002-09-20

    Jimmy's Granny comes to visit and he gives her his new youth tonic potion.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Darrell Vickers, Andrew Nicholls

  • Raise the Oozy Scab
    7.2/10 115 votes

    #24 - Raise the Oozy Scab

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2002-09-27

    Jimmy and Cindy are forced to collaborate on a science project involving hidden treasure.

    Director: Mike Gasaway

    Writer: Jed Spingarn

  • Battle of the Band
    7.2/10 97 votes

    #25 - Battle of the Band

    Season 1 Episode 11 - Aired 2002-10-04

    Jimmy, Carl and Sheen form a band in order to beat out Cindy and Libby for the talent contest first prize.

    Director: Keith Alcorn

    Writer: Spencer Green