- "In Season 2, Juniper Lee chats up a pair of camels at the zoo and gets talked into rescuing a group of magical beings from the wicked zookeeper. Then a sneaky TV show producer makes June the star of her own reality show, only she doesn’t know it! And reality isn’t all it’s cracked up to be when June has to help Easter Bunnies in Sweetland end a feud with the chickens. Sometimes being the Te Xuan Ze isn’t a treat at all!"
- ―-Season 2 description on iTunes.
The second season of The Life & Times of Juniper Lee introduces new villains and some more backstory and lore of the show, as well as changes in relationships. It features two holiday -themed specials. Episodes were released from January 14, 2006 to August 16, 2006 - debuting with O Brother What Art Thou and concluding with Party Monsters.
The entire season can currently be bought at iTunes, released in 2010.
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Season 2 Episodes Edit
The below list features official episode descriptions and release dates from iTunes.
|Title||Written by||Storyboarded by||Original airdate||Production code|
|14||1||"It's the Great Pumpkin, Juniper Lee"||Adam Pava||David Chlystek & Patrick Kochakji||October 14, 2005||15|
|Monster parents asks for June's help when their kids turn into humans beings for Halloween and stay that way.|
|15||2||"O Brother What Art Thou"||Tim McKeon||Brian Larsen & Fred Reyes||January 14, 2006||14|
|Ray-Ray tests out a growth potion to make himself bigger, but winds up becoming a gigantic monster.|
|16||3||"The Great Escape"||Marsha F. Griffin||Alexander Que & Jill Colbert Trousdale||January 21, 2006||16|
|June tries to rescue a group of magical beings who have been turned into animals and imprisoned by an evil zookeeper.|
|17||4||"Picture Day"||Tim McKeon||Brian Larsen & Fred Reyes||January 28, 2006||17|
|A demoness creates clones of June and her friends in order to release an evil ruler from banishment.|
|18||5||"Star Quality"||Adam Pava & Judd Winick||David Chlystek & Patrick Kochakji||February 4, 2006||18|
|June becomes the reluctant star of her own reality television show.|
|19||6||"There's No Mitzvah Like Snow Mitzvah"||Marsha F. Griffin||Alexander Que & Jill Colbert||March 11, 2006||19|
|A demon traps June's friends and family inside a snow globe during Jody's sister's Bat Mitzvah.|
|20||7||"Bada Bing Bada Boomfist"||Tim McKeon||Brian Larsen & Fred Reyes||March 17, 2006||20|
|A magic spell brings Ray-Ray's comic book hero and his evil nemesis to life.|
|21||8||"Adventures in Babysitting"||Judd Winick||Jill Colbert & Alexander Que||March 24, 2006||21|
|Ah-Mah tells Ray-Ray the story of how June became the Te Xuan Ze.|
|22||9||June's Egg-cellent Adventure: Juniper Lee Meets the Easter Bunny"||Judd Winick||Mike Kunkel & Jill Colbert||April 14, 2006||22|
|June's Easter plans come to a stop when her, Ray Ray and Monroe arrive in the middle of a civil war.|
|23||10||"I've Got You Under My Skin"||Marsha F. Griffin||Jill Colbert & Alexander Que||May 12, 2006||23|
|When she needs to be in two places at once, June tries to create a body-double but things go terribly wrong.|
|24||11||"Welcome Bat Otter"||Tim McKeon||Brian Larsen & Fred Reyes||June 6, 2006||24|
|June goes in search of a mysterious creature that is terrifying the entire magical community.|
|25||12||"Dog Show Afternoon"||Judd Winick||David Chlystek & Brian Larsen||June 15, 2006||25|
|Monroe must compete in a dog show to help June catch a shapeshifting creature on the loose.|
|26||13||"Dream Date"||Marsha F. Griffin||David Chlystek & Peter Kochakji||June 20, 2006||25|
|The Sandman puts the entire school in danger during the night of the big dance.|
|26||13||"Party Monsters"||Marsha F. Griffin||David Chlystek & Peter Kochakji||August 18, 2006||27|
|June's relatives are turned into monsters during Ah-Mah's birthday party.|