Episode 1 All gadgets lead to Rome and the takes the sights such as the Boca Della Verite, the Trevi Fountain, the Roman Forum and the Catacombs. he even takes a sporting event or two at the Roman Colosseum and the Circus Maximus. Then Gadget boogie boards his way down the famous Roman Aqueducts to Vatican City where he marvels t sights such as the dome of St. Peter's Church and Michelangelo's spectacular painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
Episode 2 Follow Gadget through the fascinating Smithsonian Museums as he explores amazing exhibits, such as Focault's pendulum and Edison's light bulb at the Museum of American History, an a 500-year-old-Peruvian mummy at the National Geographic Society Explorer's Hall. He also examines the famous life-mask of Abraham Lincoln at the National Museum of Health and Medicine, and checks out retired navy ships at the Washington Navy Yard and navy Museum. The Inspector continues his quest for mystifying museums in New York City where he visits a 65-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus Rex as the Museum of natural History, admires the unique architecture of the Guggenheim, and crawls through a people-sized sewer tube at the Brooklyn Children's Museum. Next its off to the American Immigration Museum to explore the mysteries of America's first immigrants, and then to NY Unearthed to uncover some amazing artifacts.
Episode 3 Follow the ol' inspector to gay Paris where he explores such sights as the Eiffel Tower, the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Arc De Triomphe. he visits Napoleon's burial sight at the Invalides, checks out a few exhibits at the Louvre, and is careful to avoid the quicksand on his way to Mont St. Michel. Then he zooms under the English Channel on th Chunnel Train and ventures to the Palace of Versailles to see where French royalty partied in the 1600s.
Episode 4 In the thriving metropolis of New York City, Gadget explores the symbolic Statue of Liberty, checks out some of the world's tallest buildings, including the Empire State Building and sits and delegates from all over the world at the UN. He visits the New York Stock Exchange to try his hand at the stock market, then gawks at the thousand of gold bars in the vaults of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.