|KaBlam! "Episode 29"|
|Henry and June as they appear in KaBlam!|
KaFun and Just Chillin' have been found in full-length on Mark Marek's Website.
The episode was to be about Henry and June finally ending the comic book series, June kissing Henry (revealing her crush) and bidding farwell to the audience. This episode was presumably scrapped because of high ratings of the show and was forgotten since they kept making episodes for the show.
Evidence of Existence
An internet archive website called 'The Wayback Machine' enables users to visit webpages dating back to 1996. Through careful searching, one can locate KaBlam's official episode list. While only finding episode lists of Seasons 1-3, it is clear that Episode 29 is not present on that list. Still, it is unlikely that this confirms the episodes existence as fake, as other questions have been raised, such as the website having been unfinished at the time, and the fact that Nickelodeon only posted aired episodes, as they never put the unreleased last episode of The Angry Beavers either.
Several internet users claim to have seen this missing episode, although no evidence towards their claims have been given. These claims are considered nothing more than hearsay, until images or video from the missing episode are revealed.
On August 17, 2015 a /co/ thread  was made showing a supposed screenshot of the episode. The OP claimed that he "found this on a nickelodeon forum site years and years ago".But it is actually a screenshot from the episode "Resistance is Futile"
The ACTUAL episode
This episode has now been confirmed fake by the shows creator Mark Marek, saying that Henry and June did not like each-other 'Like That'. The real episode 29 was the episode 'Your Logo Here' as uploaded on Mark's website and is available for download.
- However, when someone contacted Marek about any episodes having deleted scenes, he mentioned Your Logo Here did have a fully animated scene that was last-minute canned to save time. It was not uploaded with the one found on his website as he only owned beta tapes of included scenes that possibly contained clips of the presumed fake episode.
- ↑ The Wayback Machine's archive of Nickelodeon's KaBlam episode list from their site. Retrieved 27 May '14.
- ↑ The /co/ thread. Retrieved 6 October '15.