Season 2

Ian Munro


Ron Saunders


John Patterson


Arky Michael as Johnson
Garry Scale as Johnson's voice
Katrina Sedgwick as McDuff
Bruce Wedderburn as Diesel
Doug Scroope as Diesel's voice
Peter Browne as Alfred
Kristen Lyons as Squeaky
Narrated by Paul Bertram

Music by

Chris Neal

Preceded by

Season 1

Followed by

Season 3

The second season of Johnson and Friends aired  in 1991. The series was produced by Film Australia in association with the ABC.


  1. The Camping Trip - Johnson and Friends go camping in the great outdoors indoors!
  2. Secrets - McDuff had a secret and the toys were desperate to know what it was. Would she ever tell?
  3. Homeless - Alfred was homeless and had nowhere to go – how could the toys keep him from being thrown away?
  4. Battle of the Bed - On top of the bed Alfred lorded it over the whole room as the toys prepared their battle plans.
  5. Crying Wolf - Diesel loved playing nasty tricks and the toys had to teach him a lesson he’d never forget.
  6. A Case Of Trust - McDuff had lost her medal. Who had taken it? All the toys were under suspicion.
  7. Being Good - When Diesel tried to be good, the bedroom was in greater danger than usual.
  8. Baby Of The Family - Squeaky was the strongest toy in the bedroom but a real baby – how could the toys keep her safe?
  9. The Concert - There was a show under the bed. It started that night and all the toys had STAGEFRIGHT!
  10. Blast Off - Michael had to go to hospital and Johnson wanted to go with him – but how?
  11. The Birthday Party - When the toys organised a surprise birthday party for Johnson, they forgot to tell him – disaster.
  12. The Big Freeze - It was the coldest day in Michael’s bedroom ever and the toys just had to get warm… somehow.
  13. Operation Squeaky - Johnson and his friends wanted to fix Squeaky’s circuits but they didn’t know how.
  14. Buried Treasure - The toys sail the seven seas of Michael’s bedroom in search of buried treasure.


  • This season is one of two to be produced in association with the ABC, the other being Season 3.
  • The first two seasons were often sold together internationally for convenience, creating a total of 26 episodes, a standard number of episodes for one series. The Japanese dub is an example of this.
  • Ths series marked the introduction of several notable props which would be frequently seen in future seasons, including the vacuum cleaner and the cricket bat.
  • This season was shot entirely at ABC's Frenchs Forest studio complex, which is now closed.
  • This season marked the first appearance of a song in the midst of an episode.


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