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Main article: List of Episodes (The Jumping Ground)

Season Three of The Jumping Ground began on September 22, 1999. It contained seventeen episodes where the first half aired during spring and early summer and the second half airing in fall and winter. It ended on April 5, 2000.

Mary Kay Bergman, who provided the voice for most of the female characters passed away just a few weeks after the airing of "Two Tiny Assholes in a Hot Tub".

Episodes

Screenshot Title Air Date Code #
125px "Rainforest Shmainforest" September 15, 1999 301 14

The kids are forced to join a choir campaigning to save the rainforest. Rob gets a girlfriend.

125px "Spontaneous Combustion" September 22, 1999 302 15

David Humbert must solve the problem when citizens start spontaneously combusting.

125px "Tweek vs. Toad" September 29, 1999 303 16

The boys train two classmates for a fight against each other.

125px "Jakovasaurs" October 6, 1999 304 17

The town tries to save a species from extinction.

125px "Archen" October 13, 1999 305 18

Archen, who is still trying to get used to life at The Langham, discovers untold secrets about his kind, and his search leads him to a confrontation with the Ancient Grandmaster, Cronus.

125px "The Succubus" October 20, 1999 306 19

When Chef gets engaged, the kids become concerned as he seemingly becomes a different person.

125px "Pig Orgy" October 27, 1999 307 20

Cartman tries to blackmail the babysitter when his mother goes to a party. His pig, "Kitty", is in heat.

125px "Two Tiny Assholes in a Hot Tub" November 3, 1999 308 21

Puff must go to a meteor shower party with his parents; Toad feels uncomfortable after he and Tobais watch each other masturbate in a hot tub.

125px "Jewbilee" February 9, 2000 309 22

Lance, Zowie and Ike go to a Jewish scout camp where Moses appears.

125px "Fair Game" February 16, 2000 310 23

Puff attempts to stop a Goa'uld invasion of Earth. But to call off the attack, the Goa'uld lords demand the destruction of the Groundbridge. Puff doesn't trust them—but the fate of Earth lies in the balance.

125px "Current Events" February 23, 2000 311 24

The students encounters an entire planet suffering from amnesia. The planet's leader, a woman named Ke'ra, returns to Earth with them to find a cure. But even as Ke'ra and Rob develop a mutual attraction, The Langham suspects she may not be who she appears to be.

125px "Demons" March 1, 2000 312 25

Puff and the gang encounter a medieval civilization and frees a woman tied to a stake as a sacrifice to a demon. With the woman freed, the demon vows to destroy the village unless the Langham's student body is offered up in appeasement.

125px "Hooked on Monkey Phonics" March 8, 2000 313 26

With the help of a Fonics Monkey, Rob enters a Spelling bee. The kids meet children who are homeschooled.

125px "Urgo" March 15, 2000 314 27

The minds of the Langham student body are being hijacked by an unknown, curious cybernetic being.

125px "New Digs" March 22, 2000 315 28

Rob moves into the Langham Institute so he doesn't have to be late for school anymore.

Jg316 "Crystal Skull" March 29, 2000 316 29

When Lance stares down on a Crystal skull, he mysteriously disappears. Lance tries his best to communicate with his friends even though he can't be seen. He seeks help from a paraplegic claimed to have experienced the same thing.

Jg317 "Nemesis" April 5, 2000 317 30

Puff is teleported by Thor and taken aboard his vessel, where he encounters a swarm of metallic, buglike creatures on a mission to destroy Earth. Puff plans to blow up the ship and sacrifice himself, but the others have a better idea of preventing the coming threat.

Season Three