The Adventures of Puss In Boots
A disgusting stench in San Lorenzo has everyone trying to find the source. Eames identifies it right away, but as usual, no one pays attention to him.
A charming dingo teaches the villagers a new dance, which annoys Flamenco-loving Puss. However, Dulcinea becomes suspicious of the dingo's intentions.
Dulcinea discovers that orphan Li'l Pequeña is actually a bad fairy sent by the Blind King to help destroy the town, but she needs to convince Puss and the others.
When the gang chases Li'l Pequena into the portal, everyone but Puss gets super-powers and must join forces with a sorceress to overthrow the Blind King.
After winning the trust of the Zephilim, Puss storms the Blind King's castle in hopes of saving his friends, restoring the true ruler of the Netherworld, and blocking the Portal for good.
After blocking the way to the Netherworld, Puss and company return to San Lorenzo to find a town that is greatly changed -- with a new man in charge.
Puss rallies the San Lorenzans to save their town before El Moco blows it to bits, but building an army requires Puss to swallow his pride.
The orphans compete in a high-stakes contest at the Duchess' command. A strange rumbling shakes things up in San Lorenzo.
A notorious loan shark shows up in San Lorenzo and insists that Puss' boots belong to him, but without them Puss isn't the same.
It began as a harmless parlour trick, but when Pajuna summons ghosts from the other side, vengeful spirits start taking over the townsfolk.
Assuming it will be easy, Puss offers to run the Cow and Moone for Pajuna while she's off on an adventure with her old pal Roz.
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