|Episode No.||Title Card||Episode Name||Description||Aired on TV|
|0||WordWorld Season 3 Trailer||WordWorld Season 3 Tv Show 2010-2011||October 3, 2010|
|1||A String is the Thing/J-J-Jelly||King Pig rescues a mistreated egg. After all, these things aren't exactly a dime-a-dozen! Are they?||October 4, 2010|
|2||Hide and Seek/Kite Filght||Chuck finds a grey feather in his plumage and is forced to cope with the fact that he is no longer a spring chicken.||October 5, 2010|
|3||The Really Red Ruby/Firefighters
to the Rescue
This little pig is too tough for a dumb children's book. Golditrotters? Pshhhhhh – that's not scary.
|4||Think in the Rink/X Marks the Spot||
Look out pigs. There’s a new sheriff in town, and he is taking absolutely no guff from these swine.
|5||Race to the Spaceship/Sandbox
On one night every year, the dreaded Porcula comes out to feast, but he should really pay more attention to what he eats.
|January 17, 2011|
|6||The Big Race/A Smile For Crocodile||
In this world, there are didgeridoos and didgeridon'ts – a lesson that Chuck had to learn the hard way.
|January 19, 2011|
|7||Duck's First Sleepover/Totally Terrific Duck||
Admiring the portraits of past leaders, King Pig tries to take the perfect snapshot to inspire admiration in all pig kind. Tries.
|January 20, 2011|
|8||Snug as a Bug in the Rug/Duck's Alphabet||
When it comes to breaking things, Chuck is a superstar. When it comes to fixing them, results vary.
|February 1, 2011|
Professor Pig completely fails at making a youth serum, but every failure is a new opportunity - to weaponize!
|March 12, 2011|
Mustache Pig seizes the perfect opportunity to catch that one blue bird. There’s no escaping now!
|March 15, 2011|
Oh, Christmas tree. OH! THE CHRISTMAS TREE!!!
|April 1, 2011|
When the pigs are constantly ruffling Red's feathers, it takes a special kind of bird to calm his inner beast.
|April 30, 2011|
Chuck and Bomb go for a rescue mission in the heart of Pig City, but when the dust settles who is left to clean up?
|May 14, 2011|
Can the pigs get away with secretly replacing Matilda with a robot look-alike? Surely not- for very long.
|May 20, 2011|
King Pig thinks he can go head to head with Piggy Island’s most renowned wrestler. Will he hold his own, or will he get thrown around like a rag doll?
|May 25, 2011|
The truth is out there. Unfortunately for Chuck, so are The Blues.
|June 1, 2011|
|17||Kite||Being a good butler requires refined taste and an impeccable sense of etiquette. And then there is King Pig’s butler.||June 28, 2011|
|18||Jar||Chuck will not rest until every single egg is safe. Every last one of them.||July 2, 2011|
|19||Heart||The taller pigs get to have all the fun! Unfortunately, this little piggy has none.||July 26, 2011|
|20||Bed||This piggy magician can make cakes vanish into thin air! Who would do such a thing?!||August 15, 2011|
|21||Web||King Pig trades gifts with a secret admirer, but when sending a message in a bottle, you never know who is going to get it. Get it?||August 31, 2011|
|22||Box||Movie night is ruined by a destroyed film, but King Pig must know how the movie ends! This is where it all gets a bit too real.||September
|23||Glass||King Pig is a master mess maker, but he just might have messed with the wrong piggy.||September
|24||ants||Everyone knows Bomb the bird, but when it comes to photobombs, another member of the flock steals the spotlight. Hint: He’s really fast, full of himself, and yellow – rhymes with pluck.||September
|25||Bug||A student pig stumbles upon a cake recipe that drives King Pig wild. Does Piggy Island have a new chef pig?||September
|26||Milk||When King Pig discards his damaged teddy bear, he instantly regrets it. He must have it back at all cost!||September 28, 2011|
- This is the second season to have 26 episodes instead of 52. The first was Season 2.
- Unlike the first two seasons, this season didn't completely use it's "One episode per week" formula for the entire season. Here was the formula like for this season:
- Episodes 1-3 (Royal Heist, Bad Hair Day, and Golditrotters) all came out the same day.
- Episode 4 (A Fistful of Cabbage) came out 2 weeks after.
- Episodes 5 and 6 (Porcula and Didgeridork) both came out the same day.
- Episodes 7-10 (The Porktrait to Catching The Blues) used the "One episode every 1 week
- Episodes 11 (Last Tree Standing) came out 1 week after Episode 10.
- Episodes 12-18 (Happy Hippy to Eggshaustion) again used the "One episode every 2 weeks" formula.
- Episodes 19-26 (Short and Special to Toy Hoggers) started to use the "One episode per week formula" again.
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