Created byRuth Beni
Developed byAlan Silbering
Directed byRichard Burdett
Voices ofAmos Crawley
Jonathan Malen
Bryn McAuley
Drew Nelson
Novie Edwards
Jackie Rosenbaum
Country of originCanada
Hong Kong
United Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes39
Executive producers
  • Steven DeNure
  • Beth Stevenson
  • Alan Silbering
  • Elana Adair
  • Steven Ching
Running time30 minutes
Production companiesAgogo Media
AE, Ltd.
Decode Entertainment
Original release
Release4 November 2002 (2002-11-04) –
6 February 2003 (2003-02-06)

Girlstuff/Boystuff is an animated series created by Ruth Beni. In Canada, it aired on YTV. In the United States, it aired on Noggin during its nighttime block, The N.[1]


The show is about six teenage friends, who talk about the differences between girls and boys, examining topics such as hobbies, food, music and fashion.[2]


Cast and crew

The series was created by Ruth Beni of Animage Films UK.

Television airing

The show was first premiered on YTV in Canada on 4 November 2002. In the United States, it aired on Noggin's teen block, The N.[3] In Australia, it aired on ABC2's Rollercoaster block.

Media release

The show was only ever released on VHS and DVD in Australia by ABC DVD.[citation needed] The complete series was also released onto YouTube by PorchLight Entertainment's KidMango in the United States.[citation needed]


Season 1

  1. "Games Peeps Play" / "Tents Situation"
  2. "Secrets & Lies" / "Face Powder Blues"
  3. "Tickets, Please" / "Mall's Fair"
  4. "Birthday Party" / "The Art of You"
  5. "Flu Manchu" / "Save Me"
  6. "Lip Gloss Queen" / "Breaking Up is Hard to Do"
  7. "Skaterchick" / "Blind Date"
  8. "Party of the Year" / "Babysitting Miss Dot"
  9. "Truth or Dare" / "Multiplex"
  10. "The In Crowd" / "Gorilla My Dreams"
  11. "Good Morning Rover" / "Un-Amusement Park"
  12. "The Incredible Geeks" / "The Art of the Deal"
  13. "Citizen Cane" / "Discount Fever"
  14. "Bad Memories" / "Presently Surprised"
  15. "Cha-Ching" / "Slam"
  16. "Cram Session" / "Listen to the Music"
  17. "The Making of..." / "The Afternoon Snack Club"
  18. "The Young and the Foolish" / "Cause and Effects"
  19. "Assess This" / "The Valentine Curse"
  20. "The Perfect Math" / "Selling Out"
  21. "Drama Queen" / "Mother's Day"
  22. "The Lake" / "Klingon Someone Else"
  23. "The Big Switch" / "Foreign Bodies"
  24. "Stuff-a-Palooza" / "Video Return"
  25. "Weekend Rental" / "Last Minute Shopping"
  26. "Ghoulstuff/Boilstuff"

Season 2

  1. "Style 911" / "Eleven Minute Workout"
  2. "Health Class Horrors" / "Lights, Camera, Ahhhh!"
  3. "Express Yourself" / "Casting Call"
  4. "Return to Sneder" / "Medieval Mayhem"
  5. "Track and Field Fiasco" / "Dot's Dilemma"
  6. "Lust in Translation" / "Spring Break"
  7. "Dirty Work" / "Trading Spaces"
  8. Clique Chic; Future Tense
  9. If the Shoe Fits; Teacher's Pet
  10. Bowling for Dollars and Dates; Adventures in Cousin-sitting
  11. Movin' On; Three Up, Three Down
  12. Date O Rama; Stuck
  13. Monsters in Space; Bugged Out


  1. ^ Waller, Ed (23 April 2003). "Noggin wants more Decode for The N". C21Media.
  2. ^ Erickson, Hal (2005). Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 2003 (2nd ed.). McFarland & Co. p. 378. ISBN 978-1476665993.
  3. ^ "The N: The N on TV: TV Schedule". Archived from the original on 3 June 2003. Retrieved 3 June 2003.