|Season 1: 1996||14||1996 Nickelodeon|
|Season 2: 1996-1997||13|| 1996 – 1997|
Season 1: 1996
|Ep. #||Title||Original air date|
|0||"unaired pilot: Breath of a Salesman"||Unaired|
|An alien salesman, Yee Haw Jones, boards the ship.|
|1||"We Gotta Get Out of This Place"||March 2, 1996|
|After learning their field test is suspended because they aren't ready, the Space Cases try to prove themselves by making contact with the Christa, an alien ship outside the Starcadamy. While Commander Goddard and Miss Davenport look for them on the ship, the Christa is pulled through a spacial rip sending them all on a journey they learn will take over seven years to return home.|
|2||"Who Goes Where?"||March 9, 1996|
|After retrieving a teddy bear from space for Rosie, Radu starts to see Spung hallucinations.|
|3||"A Day in the Life"||March 16, 1996|
| The Christa becomes the target for a pair of territorial aliens.
Guest Stars: Mark Hamill as Pel, Bill Mumy as Jin.
|4||"Spung At Heart"||March 23, 1996|
| After receiving a distress call, Radu and Harlan rescue a young Spung - a race that both humans and Andromedans distrust. As a reward the Spung reads their future, and the crew becomes frightened when her predictions begin coming true.
Guest Stars: Katie Emme as Elmira, George Takei as Warlord Shank.
|5||"Forever Young"||March 30, 1996|
|Neinstein, an alien being, turns Miss Davenport and Commander Goddard into children. The kids celebrate not having any adults on board until Neinstein takes over the ship and their lives. The crew are forced to retake the ship or be on a trip to Neinstein's home world for the next 70 years.|
|6||"Nowhere Man"||April 6, 1996|
|After complaining that he wants to be left alone, Harlan begins working in the engineering room where he finds a radiation leak.|
|7||"Desperately Seeking Suzee"||April 13, 1996|
|Suzee leaves over an argument she has with Catalina. With Suzee gone, Catalina and Harlan send the Christa heading straight for a comet and Catalina hopes Suzee will come back in time to save them.|
|8||"It's My Birthday, Too (Yeah!)"||April 20, 1996|
|When Radu finds out it's Bova's birthday, he says it's also his birthday, but things don't go the way he planned.|
|9||"Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Court"||April 27, 1996|
|The crew gets sick of Harlan bossing people around; so they put him on trial for endangering them.|
|10||"Prisoner of Luff"||May 4, 1996|
|A prisoner takes over the Christa in order to save a race from war.|
|11||"The Impossible Dram"||May 18, 1996|
|A knight boards the Christa searching for a monster that may exist only in his imagination.|
|12||"Break On Through to the Other Side"||May 25, 1996|
|Bova is the only witness to an accident that seems to implicate Thelma as a traitor.|
|13||"On the Road to Find Out"||June 1, 1996|
|The crew discovers another vessel similar to the Christa that's just been through a war.|
Season 2: 1996-1997
|Ep. #||Title||Original air date|
|1||"New Places, New Faces"||October 12, 1996|
|Three Spung killcruisers drop out of hyperspace to attack the Christa.|
|2||"The Sporting Kind"||October 19, 1996|
|Rosie finds a new pet, but Spung are hunting for it and aren't happy about losing their prey.|
|3||"Long Distance Calls"||October 26, 1996|
|The crew uses a powerful communications satellite to contact friends and relatives back home, but they're overheard by Reaver, a pirate who wants the satellite, and his old nemesis, Commander Goddard.|
|4||"King of the Hil"||November 2, 1996|
|Harlan is captured by a tribal people known as The Hil, who believe prophecy is being fulfilled.|
|5||"Truth Hurts"||November 9, 1996|
|Rosie can't keep secrets and, as a result, places her trust with the crew in jeopardy.|
|6||"Homeward Bound"||November 16, 1996|
|Radu receives a vision that Spung attack cruisers are coming to destroy the Christa, but he can't convince anyone that what he knows wasn't just a dream.|
|7||"All You Can Eaty"||November 23, 1996|
| The crew discovers a new pet, but don't realize the dangers of having it aboard the Christa.
Guest Stars: Danny Tamberelli as Male Prankster/Stuart, Michelle Trachtenberg as Female Prankster.
|8||"Both Sides Now"||November 30, 1996|
|The crew wish they could exchange bodies with one another. Suzee wants to be an android, Radu wants to be human, and Harlan wants to be Andromedan. When the crew get their wish the Christa doesn't respond to the crew.|
|9||"Mother Knows Best"||December 7, 1996|
| A strange energy force, known as Ma, gives the kids whatever they want. Meanwhile, the Christa's power is being drained while the kids are being spoiled by Ma, and Thelma can't convince them that they're in danger.
Guest Stars: Sheena Larkin as Ma, Katey Sagal as voice of Ma. Note: Major focus on Thelma during the first half of the show.
|10||"A Star is Boring"||January 19, 1997|
|Bova is feeling left out of the crew, so he sends out a signal to space. He claims to have an immortality potion, and that he is living proof. When an interested alien buyer contacts him it is discovered he doesn't have a potion to sell. The alien kidnaps him and puts him on display as the "oldest living creature".|
|11||"Runaway"||January 5, 1997|
|Radu and Bova are returning with fuel for the Christa. Suzee has made modifications to the Christa's engines, Harlan tries them out, and the Christa becomes a runaway ship on a collision course with Radu and Bova in the shuttle.|
|12||"Trouble With Doubles"||January 12, 1997|
|The crew fly by an old satellite where a Doppleganger, a creature of energy that creates evil twins of people, gets on board the ship. The evil twins begin to take over the ship.|
|13||"A friend in Need"||January 27, 1997|
|The Space Cases check out a space station that was recently attacked by Spung.|