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George Beard's Treehouse is where George, Harold, Yesterday George, and Yesterday Harold meet up and produce their comics in their spare time. It was made by George's dad to play in every now and then.


The Adventures of Captain Underpants[]

We first get our introductions of George Beard and Harold Hutchins for where they meet up everyday and run Tree House Comix Inc..

Captain Underpants and the Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants[]

In the end, George tells Harold that he learned something today. The moral of the story is that it's not nice to make fun of people.

Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman[]

The boys have a sleepover under George's Dad/Moses Beard's conditions, but they are eventually captured by the hypnotized Tara Ribble.

Captain Underpants and the Preposterous Plight of the Purple Potty People[]

In the alternate universe, it has become the coolest treehouse on the Earth due to all the stealing and crime committed by Captain Blunderpants.

Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Re-Turn of Tippy Tinkletrousers[]

We see the time in George and Harold's kinder years when the treehouse was first being built with a space heater, television, and random essentials.

Captain Underpants and the Tyrannical Retaliation of the Turbo Toilet 2000[]

The Turbo Toilet 2000 smashes into the treehouse to get Yesterday George Beard and Yesterday Harold Hutchins.

The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants[]

The treehouse appears in multiple episodes of the TV series. It serves as the place where the boys hang out and create comics, much like in the books.

The Interactive Insanity of the Irritating Interlopers[]

Melvin and Mr. Krupp try to destroy it. They try to use sinkhole or meteor but simulations only lead those options to destroying the world as such resorted to zoning laws. It gets destroyed (Sometimes rebuilt) in some choices; in others, it doesn't.