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An adventuresome family of experts in the field of creatures known as cryptids attempts to protect their secrets and powers from the forces of evil. You are now on the page of a The Secret Saturdays, which includes such genres as Adventure, Animation. The hunt for Kur comes to a head as everyone works out their own way to locate the creature. When Zak and Zon crashed into the room where Doyle was, the relic didn't glow, which would imply that Zak wasn't Kur, at least not yet. The Saturday HQ is destroyed in this episode, and it still looks that way in The Return of Tsul 'Kalu, so as of now it is unknown if the Saturday HQ will be rebuilt.
The second season of The Secret Saturdays premiered on November 7, 2009 on Cartoon Network. In the six months since the discovery at Antarctica, the Saturdays have been running from the other Secret Scientists, who wish to take Zak into custody to prevent any "problems". After traveling to the wrong location Hong Kong, the Saturdays quickly head to New York City, where the Nagas will be starting the "War Against the Human Race".
The Saturdays begin searching for the Epic of Gilgamesh, which would help them in finding a solution to Zak's Kur power. After recovering the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Saturdays learn about a sect of Indian sorcerers who were able to drive out the spirit of Kur in the past and they attempt to find them, in hope that group can do it again.
The Saturdays return to their headquarters to retrieve tomes from Drew's library and are ambushed by Tsul 'Kalu, a cryptid whose hand relic now resides at the end of Zak's Claw. While the Saturdays are resting in the Sahara Desert, Epsilon and Francis show up saying they want to recruit Kur. Doc, Zak, and Fiskerton strike a bargain with the Secret Scientists: the Saturdays will remove a cryptid from Beeman's Lab in exchange for a six-month truce. Argost starts his cryptid invasion of the Earth with himself leading an assault on Washington D.C. When one of Argost's mind-controlling neural parasites infiltrates the Saturdays HQ and attaches to Fiskerton's brain, the mental overload causes Fisk's subconscious to lash out physically. Naga, the evil snake lady, threatens to pull the Atlas Pin and destroy the surface world, unless the Saturdays help her steal back a powerful Kur relic from Argost.
Stream cartoons The Secret Saturdays Episode 29 Episode Description : The Thousand Eyes of Ahuizotl. Some fans assume that it will be repaired at the end of Season 2, but it hasn't been confirmed yet. The series follows the adventures of the Saturdays, a family of crypto zoologists that work to keep the truth about cryptids from getting out, in order to protect both the human race and the creatures themselves. Zak and the rest of the family struggle to understand the powers of Kur and deal with the threat of the Nagas, Doyle and Zon reluctantly enlist the help of a now penniless Van Rook to find the missing V.V.
After honing the power to stop the invasion, Zak ultimately decides to align himself with V.V. After finding clues that the tablet was taken by Vikings from the lair of an Algerian Sea Centipede, the family heads to Greenland.

It turns out he was the one who blinded Doc's eye when Zak accidentally caused a rockslide, destroying an important stone relic. The Saturdays try and fail to restrain the cryptid themselves so Zak uses the neural parasite to contact Argost who provides the solution, though the neural parasite is discovered and Zak flees with Argost before being rendered unconscious by Argost.
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But during a mini-vacation before going on their search, they are ambushed by Miranda Grey and Deadbolt. Zak finally defeats him and learns a valuable lesson through visions (what the Tsul 'Kalu feared most) caused by the Claw in the creature's presence.
Meanwhile Doyle and Van Rook have met up with Drew and the Tibetan monks and made their way to the lair of the Yeti: the beast that attacked the Blackwell camp years ago and separated the family. Zak goes to confront Argost where he tells him that he too has raised a cryptid army of his own with Wadi, Ulraj, Tsul 'Kalu and many more cryptid friends he has made throughout the show acting as de facto generals.
The Saturday family and Argost have their ultimate showdown as Argost controls Kur from the inside. Argost sends a neural parasite to the Saturdays' home to extract Kur's location from Fiskerton by force, and Doyle fixes the Kur-sensing artifact in secret. After the battle, they then wander into jungle village where the majority of the villagers have lost their eyes. They learned that in order to drive out the spirit of Kur a ritual, using an artifact known as the "Flute of Gilgamesh", must be performed. By the end of the episode Tsul 'Kalu gives Zak his staff showing that he thinks he deserves it and becomes his ally.
Once the Saturdays get on the airship Zak tells his parents that he wants to help a cryptid because he "wants to do some good" and they go to Istanbul to extract the Lake Van Monster.
Argost unveils his plan to bring Zak Monday into their universe and use the Flute of Gilgamesh to siphon his powers, killing him, as well as reveals himself to be a yeti as Doyle and Drew discover the mold used to make his mask. When a neural parasite attaches to Fiskerton, his brain takes control of Bara's equipment and he builds several "Fisk-bots" which destroy the Saturdays' home. Zak finds himself having to keep the secret of his alliance with Argost, while also fighting along side his parents to keep up the charade and locate the monster of the abandoned mine.
Meanwhile Doyle and Van Rook are in Morocco to find the cryptid black market (following the lead given to them by Baron Finster), are ambushed by Abby, Munya and Argost.
Zak later encounters Argost in a clock tower, who hints at Kur's ability to control an entire army of cryptids from long distances. Zak takes control of Munya using his powers to defend himself from Argost, but is only rescued by Doc, Fiskerton, Komodo, as well as Tsul Kalu as Argost flees to raise his cryptid army. The Secret Scientists then show up armed with an audio recording of the Flute of Gilgamesh which they use to hurt Argost and Zak.
The Ahuizotl attacks the family, but a young girl from the village named Tiacapan comes to their aid. Drew and Doc want Zak to run, but he is determined to help the cryptid, saying that is what they do and that he needs to help something instead of running. However Miranda Grey, not wanting to kill Zak, destroys the controls to Beeman's ship and Argost escapes with the flute recording.
As the Saturdays ward away the cryptid, Tiacapan reveals that the village is going to sacrifice Miranda to the beast. Realizing from Argost that he was the monster the cryptids were fearing and that his powers had started to corrupt him, he lets him escape and hides this revelation from his parents.

Unfortunately, it was revealed midway that driving out Kur's spirit meant killing him: especially since Zak is Kur himself rather than someone possessed by him. As it turned out, Argost was really after an orange ape-like cryptid the dealer had in his possession. Epsilon's "people" have a satellite with the Naga's Kur detecting relic in it, helping them find Zak wherever they go. Having retreated to Weird World, he is confronted by the Nagas who pledge their allegiance to Argost. As the Saturdays depart to find Kur, Argost, having been watching through his neural parasite, sets off for their destination as well. After saving her, in the ensuing battle, Zak discovers that he can now sense the movements of cryptids. Meanwhile, Doyle and Van Rook track down Baron Finster in order to uncover the secrets of Argost's past. As they were being buried alive, Zak remembered Argost's words and managed to summon one of the cryptids to save them. Using this to re-seal the cryptid into its tomb, the family leaves and Zak is forbidden to watch TV due to using "Weird World" as an excuse to go to Mexico.
The duo learns that Argost wasn't always how he currently was: he used to be a completely penniless man.
The Saturdays, the Secret Scientists, and the Nagas teamed up and saved Zak from this fate, but Gokul had escaped.
After find out that Epsilon's people have a giant space station floating in space, Doc locates the Naga's Kur detecting relic and destroys it. The three soon learn that the cryptids were actually making a survival colony to save themselves from Kur.
Realizing this, Zak assures the cryptids that he has no intention to harm them or anyone and ultimately earns their trust. He then reveals that he is not Epsilon's son, but they are both clones of their people's best agent from one hundred years ago.
Zak returns to the clock tower to thank Argost, who then gives Zak a neural parasite to contact him with should the need arise, despite Fisk's objections. However, Rani Nagi takes Drew's fire sword and tries to shoot her but Van Rook jumps in front of the blast and dies.
Argost then surrounds himself with sound-proof glass and uses the flute recording to steal Zak's powers and transfers them to him which kills Zak.
However since Zak Monday's powers are antimatter and Zak Saturday's are matter they cancelled each other out, causing Argost to be destroyed in a huge explosion. Zak then wakes up on the airship having been dead for a few minutes but revived by his parents. Everyone is overjoyed once they realize that since Zak's powers were cancelled out with Zak Monday's powers and that Argost was killed in the process the Earth has been saved and Zak's cryptid controlling powers gone. The episode ends with the Saturdays paying their respects at Van Rook's grave as a news anchorman reports on the incident saying global climate change is likely to blame and asks if the cryptids left either because they chose to or if the planet owes a debt to a group of unsung heroes.

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