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Gaspard and Lisa (TV series)

Gaspard and Lisa
Gaspard and Lisa title card
Genre Children's
Created by Anne Gutman
Starring Connor Fitzgerald
Kisholi Perera-Merry
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 52[1]
Running time 11 minutes
Production company(s)

Impossible Television

Original channel Various
Picture format 16:9
Original run 1 May 2001 (2001-05-01) – 2013
External links
Official website

Gaspard and Lisa is a British Chorion and animation company Impossible TV


  • Overview 1
  • Characters 2
  • Episodes 3
  • Networks or Channels 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Gaspard and Lisa engage in various adventures and activities. Though they try to do good deeds, their behavior sometimes causes disturbance to other people, especially Mr. Huget (pronounced hoo-zhay). When they learn that they have created a problem, they say, "Uh oh! Catastrophe!" But when they fix the problem, they shout, "Yes, triumph!"


Gaspard's Family[2]

  • Gaspard (Connor Fitzgerald)[3] (Peter Harris in US version) is an anthropomorphic 6-year-old black dog. He wears a blue scarf, and lives in a high rise apartment. Like children his age, he attends school, and that school happens to be the same one attended by Lisa.
    Gaspard is also the newest member in his school. During his early days in class, he was a shy fellow whom the children laugh at because he brought a large bag with a lot of props. Thankfully, Lisa made him look special in front of them, and he got over his shyness.
    While he is judo practitioner, Gaspard does have a slight fear of chickens.
  • Charles (Jo Wyatt): Gaspard's older brother who is a 13 years old. He is a chess enthusiast, and always wears headphones around his neck. Though he acts like a snob to Gaspard and Lisa sometimes, he also shows some acts of kindness.
  • Gaspard's Dad (Richard Epcar): Gaspard and Charles' father who wears a blue and green striped tie. He works as a newspaper columnist, and is even a competitive cyclist. He is also allergic to cats.
  • Gaspard's Mom (Teresa Gallagher):[4] Gaspard and Charles' mother. She is a housewife and wears a purple pearl necklace.
  • Mamie Mathilde (Teresa Gallagher): Gaspard's paternal grandmother. She lives in a blue house far from the city of Paris with a pet dog named Prince.

Lisa's Family[2]

  • Lisa (Kisholi Perera-Merry)[3] (Charlotte Cohen in US version) is an anthropomorphic 6- year old white dog. She wears a red scarf, and lives in a pile of shipping containers. Wherever Gaspard goes, Lisa is often with him, even on Gaspard's visits to his grandmother. She also likes to sing and dance, especially when it comes to cheering up Gaspard whenever he gets glum. And whenever she cries, she sniffs but sheds no tears.
  • Victoria (Bessie Cursons):[5] Lisa's older sister, she is 10 years old. Both she and Charles share the distinction of being occaisionally snobbish to Gaspard and Lisa, although Charles is slightly nicer. Her only compliment to Lisa occurred when her little sister learned to ride a bicycle without training wheels.
  • Lila (Teresa Gallagher):[4] is the baby sister of Lisa and Victoria. She wears a purple onesie. A full-length episode of the series tells the story of when Lila was born and how Lisa was jealous at first but then began to love her sister.
  • Lisa's Papa (Richard Epcar): is the father of Lisa and her two sisters. He works as a carpenter and wears a gray jacket.
  • Lisa's Mama (Teresa Gallagher):[4] Lisa, Victoria and Lila's mother. She is a housewife and wears a green necklace.
  • Lisa's Grandfather: Lisa's deep-voiced grandparent who wears a brown vest. He enjoys biscuits and is a bit of a magician. He also has a wife whom he has been married to for four decades.

Other characters

  • Mlle Baladi: Gaspard and Lisa's teacher. She travels on a yellow bicycle. She also has a pet dog named Jean Claude whom she sometimes brings to her outings.
  • Monseur Huget: An old man who happens to live in the same apartment Gaspard lives. He is often the brunt of trouble caused by Gaspard and Lisa's naivete.
  • Bastian: One of Gaspard and Lisa's classmates.
  • Adrian: A French boy of African heritage, and another of Gaspard and Lisa's classmates.
  • Erica: The only known girl at the school. She is also Lisa's second closest friend, behind only to Gaspard.
  • Emily: One of Victoria's two friends, and the only one named. She gave a kitten to Lisa who in turn gave it to Monseur Huget.
  • Madame Perrault: Mlle Baladi's colleague who has a passion for art.
  • Monseur Delphy: The pet store owner.
  • Madame Merosh: The baker.


The episode titles are spoken by either Gaspard or Lisa. Every episode is approximately ten mintues long, except for The Best Christmas Ever and Lisa's Little Sister which are about twenty minutes in length.

Episode Number Title[6] Plot
1 Our Judo Lessons Gaspard gets upset when Lisa joins his judo class and becomes better at it than he.
2 Best Friends Forever The friendship is threatened when Gaspard learns to whistle and Lisa can't.
3 Parrots On The Loose Lisa and Gaspard, helping out in M. Delpy's pet store, accidentally let the parrots out of their cage and have to retrieve them before the store opens.
4 Seaside Sculptures Gaspard and Lisa visit the beach with their class for Art Day, and, even though a wave destroys their sand castle, they learn that the tide can give back as well.
5 Our Snowy Day On a snowy day at school, Gaspard and Lisa build a giant snow bear in the playground.
6 Papa's Important Paper Gaspard's Papa loses an important piece of paper, and Gaspard and Lisa 'help' him find it, turning his home office upside down in the process.
7 Gaspard's Egg After Gaspard and Lisa let a chicken out of Mamie Mathilde's neighbour's henhouse, they have to keep the egg warm while they search for the missing bird.
8 Our First Train Ride Gaspard and Lisa are excited to take their first train ride, and when they get in trouble with the Conductor, Papa comes to their aid.
9 The Big Bicycle Race Gaspard and Lisa accidentally send the local bicycle race off-course and, trying to correct their mistake, end up joining in.'
10 School Pet Day Gaspard and Lisa borrow M. Delpy's parrot to take to school pet day, but the parrot gets loose and they have to retrieve it.
11 Our Class Pet Lisa takes the school guinea pig home with her, but when it gets loose, she and Gaspard have to decide whether to cover up or come clean.
12 Lisa's Kitten Lisa has found a stray kitten and, with Gaspard's help, secretly keeps it in his bedroom until they're found out.
13 Gaspard's Garden for Mama Returning to the city after visiting his grandmother in the country, Gaspard and his family bring home a box of fresh vegetables from his grandmother's garden. As his mother loves fresh tomatoes, he decides to grow tomatoes just for her. So with Lisa's help he makes a 'secret garden' under his bed. However when he waters the tomatoes he doesn't realise he's actually watering M. Huget's ceiling as well.
14 Our School Concert Gaspard and Lisa bring their instruments home from school to rehearse for the big show, but have to improvise when the instruments get lost.
15 The Kite That Got Away Gaspard and Lisa accidentally let Charles' special kite go and they have to retrieve it.
16 Gaspard The Great Magician Gaspard thinks he's made Lisa's grandpere disappear, and they have to 'bring him back' before Maman gets home.
17 Gaspard's Puppy Gaspard babysits a puppy with Lisa's help and finds out it's harder than he thought.
18 Prince's Muddy Mess Prince gets muddy while Gaspard and Lisa are watching him, and they have to figure out a way to make things right with Mamie Mathilde.
19 Our Big Baking Disaster Granny Maditle comes over to teach G&L how to make croissants, but when they add too much yeast to the dough catastrophe!
20 Our Sweet Treat The special pastry that Lisa's maman has made gets eaten on Gaspard & Lisa's watch, and they have to figure out how to replace it.
21 Mystery Of The Missing Tomatoes Lisa helps Gaspard when he accidentally ruins a family photo that was supposed to be a present for his parents.
22 Space Rocket Gaspard and Lisa accidentally break Charles' model rocket and have to find a way to fix it before the big contest.
23 Victoria's New Wallpaper Lisa's father is putting up new wallpaper in her older sister Victoria's room. But this means Lisa will have to share her room with her sister until the wallpaper is up. Lisa isn't happy about sharing her room, especially when her sister tries to take over. So Gaspard and Lisa decide to finish the job, so Lisa can have her room back.
24 Monster Hunters When they hear mysterious sounds, Gaspard and Lisa are convinced that there's a monster trapped at Gaspard's and are determined to get rid of it.
25 Our Walk With John Claude Gaspard & Lisa accidentally let Mlle Baladi's pet dog loose in the park and have to retrieve him.
26 Maman's Broken Vase Gaspard and Lisa accidentally break Maman's favorite vase and work together to fix the damage.
27 Our Very Special Delivery Gaspard and Lisa get a cake that's broken and Gaspard and Lisa try to restore it.
28 Best Bicycle Friends Lisa feels left out when Gaspard learns to ride his bike without training wheels.
29 The School Project When Gaspard stays home from school with a cold, Lisa has to cope with missing her friend and figure out how to present their school project.
33 Monsieur Huget's Special Day Gaspard and Lisa resolve to make M. Huget smile as he bird-watches, but then learn the truth behind his sad mood—it's his birthday.
34 Ducks In A Row Gaspard and Lisa make friends with a duck at the park, but chaos reigns when the duck invades the family picnic with some of his friends.
37 Our Big Big Sale Gaspard and Lisa help Mamie Mathilde get ready for a junk sale, but when the keys get locked in the car, Lisa saves the day.
39 Our Talent Show Gaspard and Lisa argue about who's the star of the magic act they are going to put on at the school talent show, and Gaspard quits, only to return to help Lisa.
40 Best Friends Puppet Show Gaspard and Lisa try to stage their own puppet show, but catastrophe: the puppets have gone missing and everyone has arrived for the show.
41 The Perfect Family Lisa helps Gaspard when he accidentally ruins a family photo that was supposed to be a present for his parents.
42 Gaspard's Bag Of Trouble Gaspard's bag has a hole in it. He, Charles and Lisa have to retrieve all the lost objects, including an important library book.
48 Gaspard's Toys For Sale Gaspard wants a shiny new truck but doesn't have enough money, so he and Lisa try to find ways to raise funds.
49 A Christmas Surprise It’s almost Christmas and Gaspard and Lisa need to find a present for their teacher, fast. Gaspard is full of ideas, but none of them seems quite right.
50 Our Best Christmas Ever Gaspard and Lisa learn about the true spirit of Christmas when they both ask Santa for the same snow globe — but it's the only one in the world!
51 Lisa's Hiccups When Lisa's dance performance is jeopardized by a case of the hiccups, Gaspard tries to help her get rid of them.
52 When Gaspard Met Lisa Gaspard and Lisa recall how they first met and, after a bumpy start, became best friends.
53/54 Lisa's Little Sister In this series finale, Lisa remembers how she felt neglected when her little sister was born, until she realized that she'll always be special to her Maman.

Networks or Channels

Country Channel
Argentina Discovery Kids [7]
Australia ABC 4 Kids [8]
Brazil Discovery Kids [7]
Canada MuchMusic
Finland YLE TV2
France Disney Junior
Germany Disney Junior
Hong Kong Disney junior
Italy Disney Junior
Japan Disney Channel Japan [9]
Mexico Discovery Kids [7]
New Zealand TVNZ Kidzone24 [10]
Philippines Disney Junior
Portugal RTPI and Canal Panda
South Korea Disney Junior
Spain Disney Junior
Taiwan Disney Junior [11]
United Kingdom Disney Junior and CITV
United States Disney Junior[12]


  1. ^ a b Chorion Limited
  2. ^ a b Discovery Kids: Gaspard and Lisa Characters
  3. ^ a b Gaspard and Lisa news, May 2011
  4. ^ a b c Annecy 2011 Official Selection: Gaspard and Lisa - The Big Bicycle Race
  5. ^ Powell, Michael. "From city schoolgirl to star of the silver screen". Portsmouth Today. 
  6. ^ Gaspard and Lisa Episodes on ABC iView
  7. ^ a b c Gaspard and Lisa on Discovery Kids
  8. ^ Gaspard and Lisa on ABC for Kids
  9. ^ Gaspard and Lisa on Disney Channel Japan
  10. ^ [1]Gaspard and Lisa What Rhat 4
  11. ^ Gaspard and Lisa on Disney Junior Taiwan
  12. ^ Chorion Sells ‘Octonauts,’ ‘Gaspard and Lisa’ to Disney Junior

External links

  • Official website
  • website (Japan)Gaspard and LisaOfficial
  • Gaspard and Lisa at the Internet Movie Database
  • production company / animators.Gaspard and Lisa
  • Gaspard And Lisa at the Big Cartoon DataBase
  • Impossible Television
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