Junior is the thirty-first (twenty-fifth on Fox Kids) episode from the animated series, The Magician. It was aired on August 7, 1999 on Fox Kids and also originally in 1997.


On a rainy night at the Magic Express, Ace and Cosmo are ready for dinner with Mona when they get an unexpected surprise on their doorstep: a baby. Cosmo tries to take care of the baby while Ace looks for the person left the baby in the rain. Mona demonstrates Cosmo on babysitting since she's better and Cosmo not good at it. During the night though, Ace decided to name the baby, Junior.

However through the night, Mona is shocked that the baby has grown super fast into a toddler. Angel analyzes the child who grows older each hour. Junior then takes the Magic Rider like a maniac and starts causing all kinds of trouble. Ace and Mona got in with the Racer via the Magic Bike, but Junior has used the ejector seat and ends up at the top of a high-rise building. Ace and nearly lost Junior when a strange man picks him up in a turbo-copter.

The man, Aldus Teron, is up to no good so Ace rescues Junior when jumps from Teron and gets into a very high dive with Ace. Teron goes back to Ingen Laboratories and learns his nurse Nastachia kidnapped the prototype baby and left it with Ace who remembers her after his accident. Ace comes to the rescue of old friend, but he and Cosmo got sidetracked and lost her. Teron then goes to the Magic Express and gets Junior back. This is Teron's plan: Transfer his brain into Junior's body to live longer. But for what?




  • Junior
  • Nastachia
  • Mona Malone


  • Aldus Teron

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Heroes: Ace Cooper | Cosmo | Zina | Angel
Allies: Mona Malone | Captain Friedrick | Derek Vega | Duc Paparazzo | D.J. Mikkus | Hotchkiss | Skip Ramsdale | Senator Dobbs | Lieutenant Atika | Barsky | Gus Morland | Nataschia | Nausica | Zelda | Junior | Cyber | Jonathan Surge
Villains: Black Jack | Spade and Diamond | Yago | Sonny Boy | Faceless | Clockwise | Max Malden | Bill Peach | Multi-Flames | Josh Wosh | Rex-1 | Bob Redd | Dr. Cabaliye | Mr. Banks | Crenone | Demonia Deadly | Patrick Schumacher | Ritchie Vilanti | Aldus Teron | Glam | Blaun | Count Hebon | Sally Blade & Bodycount | Jimmy Hagen | Joe Tucker | Zoran Spring | X-Oshi Other: Bud Budiovitch


"Race for Your Life" | "Black Cat" | "Mad Train" | "Cyber" | "Masters of Magic" | "Vega Gate" | "A Model Top Model" | "Croesus Crisis" | "The Prophecy" | "Behind the Orb-Ball" | "What Were You Doing in Electro City When the Lights Went Off?" | "Best Wishes and Happiness" | "The Challenge" | "Golden Voice" | "Planet Electric" | "Stop Clowning Around" | "Stars of the Silver Screen" | "Cold Sweat" | "And They Lived Happily Ever After" | "Twin Brothers" | "Faceless" | "Truth or Consequences" | "Bad Program" | "X-Oshi" | "The Stealth Robber" | "The Paparazzo Affair" | "Multi-Flames" | "Hardbeat" | "Bad Weather for the Magician" | "Junior" | "The Cruise" | "A Sheep in Wolf's Clothing" | "No Dice" | "Virtual Fatality" | "The Flight of Prosperity" | "The Chase" | "Professor Cosmo" | "All Against One"


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