|A Mole Lot of Trouble|
|Season №:||Season 2|
|Season episode №:||20a|
|Overall episode №:||46a|
|Original airdate:||October 15, 2014|
|Airing Time:||9:00 p.m.|
|Directed by:||Rod Amador|
|Written by:||Dan Danko & Tom K. Mason|
A Mole Lot of Trouble is the first half of the 20th episode of the second season of Wild Grinders, and the first half of the 46th episode overall.
The Mole King is determined to get revenge on the Grinders. Seems all the grinding they do at the Lot is making the Mole King's underground kingdom too noisy. The Grinders manage to drive the Mole King from the Lot, but Lil Rob and Meaty are in for a surprise when they return home to find the Mole King and his mole minions have taken over Lil Rob's house, forcing Gene, Patty and Denise to rough it in the backyard.
Stubford challenges Lil Rob to a game of S.K.A.T.E., but when the challenge starts, Stubford, before the other skaters, blindly falls into a hole that was dug in the Lot. It was caused by the Mole King and his assistants. He explained that he despises all of the racket that is coming from the Lot. The Grinders disagreed on the King's demand, which leads to the mole tribe to attack the skaters, and also Stubford.
The moles conquered the Dyrdeks house, after Rob refusal, and Denise becomes the Mole King's spouse, and teases Lil Rob and Meaty. Gene decides to spend the night at the backyard, leading to a struggle of living outdoors for Rob and Meaty. The duo resists to stay and attempt to crash inside the house, but the door is extremely difficult to destory.
- Despite of his supporting cameo in Space Race, The Mole King creates his main-antagonist appearance in this episode.
- The description of this episode have an error: if Denise becomes Mole Queen, then she shouldn't suppose to be in the backyard, only Gene, Patty, and Rob were there.
- If Stubford declares that he and Lil Rob have a rivalry (which Rob does not agrees), then it might be a typo in this episode.
- Gene only grows a beard in this episode.
- This episode's title is a pun of "A whole lot of trouble".
- Meaty's shout "OOOWWWLLL!!!" and the owl's appearance was used again since The Tell Tale Board. One of the shouts is used by Lil Rob, instead of Meaty. The last appearance of the owl is that Meaty does not even shout, but thanks it; however, the owl mocks him with the woodpecker.