All Digimon Frontier released episodes
Takuya, Koji, Zoe, Tommy and J.P. descend to the Digiworld where they are confronted by Cerberusmon. Takuya's Digivice is activated and the Digispirit of his Digimon is called, transforming him into Agunimon for battle.
After the battle, Takuya doesn't remember what happened but he obtained a Digicode. J.P. and Tommy get separated from the group and are soon captured by Pagumon Digimons. Meanwhile Koji acquires the Digispirit and he tries to save J.P. and Tommy.
Neemon told the gang they could take the train back to reality but they all decided to stick it out in the Digital World.
The gang tries to hitch a ride to the Forest Terminal but while deciding which way to go the group splits up. Zoe, J.P., Neemon, and Bokomon end up in Breezy Village. Zoe needs to Spirit Evolve when the Fungus Brothers Digivolve but it doesn't go well.
The gang winds up at Wind Factory where they meet the Kokuwamon, a group of machine Digimon who are being forced into slave labor. So Takuya comes up with a plan to save the little guys.
While trying to find food, the gang met up with the Shellnumemon and they agreed to help rescue the women from the evil Grumblemon. When they told the snails they were Legendary Warriors, they were captured and traded for the women!
After losing the fight with Grumblemon, Takuya, Koji & Tommy fell into a world of living toys, where they all fought with each other!
On their way to the Forest Kingdom, J.P., Zoe, Bokomon & Neemon came upon a school for young Digimon. A big storm came through and almost washed away the school but Zoe & J.P. Spirit Evolved just in time.
Starving and tired, the gang decided to make camp but soon discovered the forest was full of these freaky trees. While sleeping, Tapirmon came under the influence of Kepyrmon, who planted bad dreams into a sleeping Tommy.
Most events remind me so much of the older seasons, but I still enjoy it so much! And the theme songs are so good. (The Japanese ones)
Of the Digimon franchise, I believe that Digimon Frontier is the best of them all. For starters, I thoroughly enjoyed how the season moved away from the traditional human/Digimon partners scheme. In previous seasons, the partnership always meant that the Digimon were doing all the work while the human children - the main characters - were actually just plain useless. Digimon Frontier changes this by merging the two; the human children themselves are given the power to Digivolve and save the world with their own hands. The Digital World itself is much better thought out than the previous three seasons. Whereas in previously, Digimon interactions were mostly limited to allies and enemies, we are now given the chance to see how the native inhabitants of the Digital World live their daily lives, such as hunting or fishing, living in cities, and even running restaurants. Overall, season four of Digimon simply has much more color and perspective than previous seasons. The characters are also given more depth, particularly for Koji, and Koichi. Despite being a show aimed towards children, the character development of these two in particular goes pretty deep, touching on divorce and diving into family. Throughout the show, Digimon Frontier also touches other moral values, such as race, regrets, and bullying. For a show aimed at children, it is rather deep, yet so well crafted that it can be called nothing but a masterpiece.