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When Eliza reunites with a Siberian Tiger, she is stunned when the tiger turns on her. Eliza's visiting Grandma Sophie helps her overcome her fears just as she is overcoming her own.
When Donnie kidnaps an aye-aye for a pet, Eliza must return the "bad luck" omen to his home before the villagers hunt it down.
When the Commvee is surrounded by angry seals, Eliza tries to use her own methods to get them to move, but she learns from her Inuit friend, Jim that traditional ways have their value.
When Kip and Biederman cause an oil spill, Eliza must save her sea otter friends.
When the Thornberrys visit Nigel's friend Jomo, they search for an elephant, Rebecca, that Nigel saved twenty years ago. As the family attends to an elephant stuck in a mudhole, Eliza bonds with Rebecca, only to learn that she is old and ready to die.
When Eliza "accidentally" reads Debbie's diary she learns that Debbie thinks she's an embarrassment of a sister. Debbie and Eliza have it out and learn the real truth about their sistership.
When Eliza tries to swim with the humpback whales, Darwin's clumsiness leads to an accident that causes the whales to stop their ritual singing. When Eliza tries to set things right, she is arrested for violating the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
Eliza and her father travel to a cove to film a rare fish, but Eliza is frightened by strange voices coming from a bog and convinces her father to take a different route. But when Nigel is stung by a deadly fish, Eliza must go back through the bog.
When Eliza meets a group of temple monkeys, they con her into bringing all of her family's food. While Darwin tries to convince her otherwise, Eliza realizes that she's been duped and learns the value of Darwin's friendship.
The Thornberrys are invited on a cattle drive by Marianne's old high school friend. Though he talks a big talk, their son, Miguel, is not as adept at riding and roping as he claims.
During a drought, Eliza is forbidden to assist the thirsty animals, but she breaks her promise when she sees a cheetah cub alone on the savanna.
Eliza and Debbie are fighting so much that Debbie decides to apply to boarding school, but meeting up with a lone wolf teaches Eliza that families, like packs, belong together.
Debbie and Eliza are exploring the Everglades when they accidentally drop Nigel's birthday present into a swamp. As an old woman chases them away but they return at night, only to see the watch eaten by an alligator.
Debbie accidentally hurts fer father's feelings on New Year's Eve by ditching the family for a couple of eccentric, 30's-era volcano chasers, Mitzi and Merrick Dash. Eliza goes after her to reclaim her friend, Santusa the Llama.
As the family prepares to film the "Day of the Dead" ceremony in a small town, Eliza meets a little girl who tells her about the spirits returning. Eliza is determined to find one.
Eliza's adversarial cousin, Tyler, arrives for a four-week visit. The Thornberrys travel down the Congo River in an "African Queen" type boat to film the clawless otter. When Tyler drives the boat without permission, disaster ensues.
Eliza and Tyler argue over which one of them would make a better warrior. They challenge each other to find the elusive bushback, but when a lightning storms ignites fires in the Savannah, Eliza and Tyler have to work together.
At the Nadaam Festival, Marianne coaches Eliza for the annual horse race. When Eliza hears that the wild "przwalski" horses are really fast, she ditches her inexperienced horse, Jamyn in hopes of winning on a "przewalski" despite her mother's warnings.
Eliza offers to help Nigel film manta rays. When a fisherman tells her that a dragon haunts the bay, Eliza, already spooked from reading too many ghost stories, is convinced that something is out there.
Eliza and Debbie compete to give Marianne the best Mother's Day present. But when a rockslide on the Karakoram Highway ruins their gifts, they must work together to get Marianne the ultimate gift - precious gems that are rumored to be in the mountains.
Eliza and Debbie are supposed to take inventory of supplies, but Eliza is tempted by the call of exploring and leaves to explore a beaver dam.
When Eliza overhears Tyler complain that she always gets her own way, she vows to Darwin that she'll do everything Tyler's way for a whole day.
The Thornberrys visit the "land of happiness" to film the black-necked crane migration dance, but due to tourist limits, only two of them can enter the city. After it is decided that Marianne and Debbie go, Eliza and Darwin sneak inside the border.
When Debbie drives Eliza and Tyler to the marketplace to trade items, Debbie and Tyler accidentally trade the commvee for a dress that Debbie wants.
When Eliza gets a bad stomach, she assumes the Valentine cookies Debbie baked for Sven made her ill. But when she goes rock climbing with Darwin and Donnie, her pain worsens.
Eliza tries to talk Darwin into taking a hot air balloon ride, knowing full well that he's afraid of heights. After being pushed around one too many times, Darwin stands up to Eliza and refuses to go.
The Thornberrys run out of gas and meet a family who could be their Aussie doubles. Eliza hits it off with Bethany, but is awkward and overprotective when she realizes she's in a wheelchair.
When Debbie's e-mail boyfriend, Sven, breaks up with her, Eliza tries to cheer her up by getting a reluctant Debbie to swim with dolphins.
Eliza can't wait to meet her hero, Dr. Jane Goodall, but when Dr. Goodall expresses her disapproval over Eliza keeping Darwin out of the wild, Eliza runs away in despair.
Grandma Sophie and Grandpa Frank surprise the Thornberrys with a visit to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary, but when Eliza and Grandpa want to climb Mt. Fuji, everyone thinks they are respectively too young and too old.