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"Jextra Perrestrial" is the 30th episode of the first season and the 30th episode overall of Craig of the Creek.


JP believes he may be from another planet, so Craig tries to help him make contact.


The episode begins with J.P. on a half-pipe, where he has roller blades on each of his limbs. When Handlebarb asks why he is doing this, Craig explains that he had a dream where he was a labradoodle. Handlebarb states that if he gets hurt, she will not call parents. However, he slides down the ramp and hurts himself.

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Craig and Kelsey take J.P. back to his house, where his older sister Laura examines him. She is upset that she has to miss her reservation due to him hurting himself. She asks why he can't be a normal boy. He apologizes for why he is drawn to doing things, and then, Laura concludes that he is "definitely not human," before she and Kat go to their reservation.

The next day, J.P. is convinced that he is not human. Craig and Kelsey wonder what he is, so they take Laura's medical equipment to find out. During so, the Junior Forest Scouts spy on them.

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Inside the Stump, Craig puts J.P. under various tests. When taking his temperature, he finds that his temperature is ice cold. Upon examining his stomach, he discovers that he has multiple hearts. Afterwards, Craig attempts to look inside his ear, but he does not have an ear hole.

In his final test, Craig shines a flashlight into his eyes. This knocks him down and causes him to see stars in his eyes. Kelsey concludes that J.P. is an alien. Afterwards, Craig realizes that he has never seen the freckles on his belly. He traces over the freckles and finds out that they match the stars in Proxima Centauri. They are convinced that J.P. is an alien; thus, Craig and Kelsey will help him contact his family that night. The Forest Scouts have been spying on them again, and seek to earn Planetary Defense badges.

That night, Craig and Kelsey make a spotlight out of multiple flashlights and shine it into the sky. Inside however, Kelsey is concerned that they will not see him again, but Craig reassures her. Outside, the Forest Scouts eagerly anticipate capturing J.P.

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As J.P. is contacting them, the Forest Scouts confront the Stump Kids. They seek to capture him and turn him in to the government. Craig takes him to safety while Kelsey holds them off. However, she is quickly captured and put in a dog crate. After which, the Forest Scouts chase after Craig and J.P. They reach the Ninja Waterfall and have no other route to escape through.

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However, J.P. believes he "can't get hurt" and jumps down the waterfall. But when he does, he gets hurt and breaks his arm. The Forest Scouts realize that he is not an alien and assist him.

The Stump Kids return to J.P's house, where Laura is once again, upset over J.P's behavior. However, she states that he is special and has good ideas, except when they involve jumping off of things. J.P. gives Laura a Mercer High-Five; from which, Craig concludes that J.P. is in the right family before Kelsey speculates that his whole family is alien.





  • Mortimor's signature on J.P.'s cast is misspelled as Mortimer. This is due to storyboard artist Charmaine Verhagen not knowing the unusual spelling of his name. She found out the correct spelling during the production of "Mortimor to the Rescue".


  • The episode title is a reference (or perhaps a sort of combination) to the title of the 1982 sci-fi film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and J.P.'s name.
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    • The shot of J.P. jumping in front of the moon is a reference to the film, when Elliot rides his bike past the moon.
  • Handlebarb urges the importance of ensuring parents stay uninvolved in what happens at the Creek. Craig does the same in "Crisis at Elder Rock".
  • Kelsey states that she chose the grade of PVC for her sword. This is later shown in the episode "Kelsey the Worthy", when her father takes her to Big Boy Roy's Lumber Shack.
  • J.P. thinking his carpet is magic is a reference to 1001 Nights.
  • Laura references the events of "JPony" when she states that J.P. sprained his ankle while pretending to be a horse.



ve Episode list
Pilot Pilot
Season 1 "Itch to Explore" • "You're It" • "Jessica Goes to the Creek" • "The Final Book" • "Too Many Treasures" • "Wildernessa" • "Sunday Clothes" • "Escape from Family Dinner" • "Monster in the Garden" • "The Curse" • "Dog Decider" • "Bring Out Your Beast" • "Lost in the Sewers" • "The Future is Cardboard" • "The Brood" • "Under the Overpass" • "The Invitation" • "Vulture's Nest" • "Kelsey Quest" • "JPony" • "Ace of Squares" • "Doorway to Helen" • "The Last Kid in the Creek" • "The Climb" • "Big Pinchy" • "The Kid from 3030" • "Power Punchers" • "Creek Cart Racers" • "Secret Book Club" • "Jextra Perrestrial" • "The Takeout Mission" • "Dinner at the Creek" • "Jessica's Trail" • "Bug City" • "Deep Creek Salvage" • "The Shortcut" • "Dibs Court" • "The Great Fossil Rush" • "The Mystery of the Timekeeper" • "Alone Quest"
Season 2 "Memories of Bobby" • "Jacob of the Creek" • "Return of the Honeysuckle Rangers" • "Kelsey the Elder" • "Sour Candy Trials" • "Fort Williams" • "The Other Side" • "Summer Wish" • "Turning the Tables" • "Kelsey the Author" • "Council of the Creek" • "Sparkle Cadet" • "Cousin of the Creek" • "Camper on the Run" • "Stink Bomb" • "Evolution of Craig" • "The Haunted Dollhouse" • "Craig and the Kids Table" • "Creek Daycare" • "Sugar Smugglers" • "Sleepover at JP's" • "Tea Timers' Ball" • "The Cardboard Identity" • "Ancients of the Creek" • "Mortimor to the Rescue" • "Secret in a Bottle" • "Trading Day" • "Crisis at Elder Rock" • "Kelsey the Worthy" • "The End Was Here" • "In the Key of the Creek" • "Children of the Dog" • "Jessica Shorts" • "Ferret Quest" • "Into the Overpast" • "The Time Capsule" • "Beyond the Rapids" • "The Jinxening"
Season 3 "The Other Side: The Tournament" • "The Ground Is Lava!" • "The Council of the Creek: Operation Hive-Mind" • "The Bike Thief" • "Craig of the Beach" • "Plush Kingdom" • "The Ice Pop Trio: Creek Street" • "Pencil Break Mania" • "The Last Game of Summer" • "Trick or Creek" • "Fall Anthology" • "Afterschool Snackdown" • "Creature Feature" • "King of Camping" • "The Rise and Fall of the Green Poncho" • "I Don't Need a Hat" • "Alternate Creekiverse" • "Snow Day" • "Winter Break" • "Snow Place Like Home" • "Breaking the Ice" • "Winter Creeklympics" • "Welcome to Creek Street" • "Fan or Foe" • "The New Jersey" • "The Sunflower" • "Craig World" • "Body Swap" • "Copycat Carter" • "Brother Builder" • "Jessica the Intern" • "Capture the Flag Part 1: The Candy" • "Capture the Flag Part 2: The King" • "Capture the Flag Part 3: The Legend" • "Capture the Flag Part 4: The Plan" • "Capture the Flag Part 5: The Game"
Season 4 "The Legend of the Library" • "Locked Out Cold" • "Beyond the Overpass" • "Sink or Swim Team" • "The Quick Name" • "The Chef's Challenge" • "The Sparkle Solution" • "Better Than You" • "The Dream Team" • "Fire & Ice" • "Chrono Moss" • "In Search of Lore" • "Opposite Day" • "Adventures in Baby Casino" • "Creek Talent Extravaganza" • "Dodgy Decisions" • "Hyde & Zeke" • "The Anniversary Box" • "Lost & Found" • "Grandma Smugglers" • "The Champion's Hike" • "Bored Games" • "Scoutguest" • "My Stare Lady" • "Silver Fist Returns"
Shorts "Craig of the Car" • "How Was Your Day?" • "The Williams Family Opening Theme Song" • "How to Map the Creek" • "Creek Kid Rap"