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Everything is not fine.
The episode was rated 9.07 from 76 votes.
Steven is finally ready to move on.
The episode was rated 9.01 from 79 votes.
Steven heads to the woods to train with a powerful mentor.
The episode was rated 8.96 from 73 votes.
Steven is determined to help Pink Diamond’s original Pearl heal the scar on her face.
The episode was rated 8.94 from 99 votes.
Steven heads to the Diamonds for advice on how to control his new powers.
The episode was rated 8.59 from 70 votes.
Steven visits a doctor for the first time.
The episode was rated 8.58 from 77 votes.
Greg takes Steven on the road to find the origins of the Universe name.
The episode was rated 8.50 from 74 votes.
Connie has a really clear vision for her future. Steven wants to make sure he'll be a part of it.
The episode was rated 8.49 from 80 votes.
Steven insists that everything is fine.
The episode was rated 8.49 from 72 votes.
Steven and the Crystal Gems get a chance to catch up when they’re all snowed in together.
The episode was rated 8.40 from 80 votes.
Steven gets a surprise visit from some old friends, and an even more surprising introduction to some new ones.
The episode was rated 8.40 from 91 votes.
Steven and the Gems celebrate Little Homeschool’s first graduating class.
The episode was rated 8.22 from 83 votes.
Pearl invites Bismuth to the roller rink for a lesson on how to forge human relationships.
The episode was rated 8.21 from 70 votes.
Welcome to Little Homeschool, a place on earth where Gems from all over the universe can come learn how to live together peacefully! But there’s one Gem who refuses to attend.
The episode was rated 8.14 from 94 votes.
Steven’s dreams start broadcasting onto his bedroom TV.
The episode was rated 8.05 from 75 votes.
Last updated: dec 02, 2022
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