Season 1 originally ran from November 4, 2013, to March 12, 2015, with a winter hiatus between December 2, 2013, and January 13, 2014, a summer hiatus between May 14 and August 21, 2014, and a winter hiatus between December 4, 2014, and January 8, 2015. The last five episodes premiered from March 9 to March 12 as part of StevenBomb. The three rescheduled episodes aired in March and April 2015, with the last one airing on April 16, completing the season's run of 52 episodes.
"Garnet's Universe": Steven imagines what Garnet's solo missions are like.
"Watermelon Steven": After accidentally turning watermelons into sentient soldiers with a new power, Steven tries to stop the Watermelon Stevens from causing chaos in Beach City.
"Lion 3: Straight to Video": Lion will not stop laying on Steven as the latter sleeps while experiencing abnormal dreams. However, this leads to Steven discovering Lion's Dimension and a VHS tape made by Greg Universe and Rose Quartz.
"Warp Tour": Steven witnesses something else flying through the warp tunnels and tries to get to the bottom of it while everyone tries to ease his paranoia. It is then discovered that Peridot was utilizing robonoids to fix Warp Pads.
"Alone Together": The Crystal Gems teach Steven how to fuse. After the lesson, Steven and Connie fuse accidentally and begin to experience it together.
"The Test": Steven realizes the events in "Cheeseburger Backpack" was a test and not a real mission. Steven demands an objective that presents real danger, much to the Crystal Gems' disapproval and paranoia.
"Future Vision": Steven experiences Garnet's future vision for the first time, but having the foresight to see various potential deathtraps causes Steven to become paranoid to the point of insanity.
"On the Run": Steven and Amethyst explore the outside world further, ending up at the Kindergarten where battle goes down.
"Horror Club": It is horror night for Steven and his peers, getting ready to watch some spooky motion pictures.
"Winter Forecast": A large snowstorm is incoming, prompting Connie to head back home before it comes. The objective is not as simple as it seems.
"Maximum Capacity": "Lil' Butler" comes back after years of isolation from Greg and Amethyst's attention. The two become addicted to the TV series, and that delays their work.
"Marble Madness": Multiple robonoids start to appear, and the Crystal Gems decide to track down their designated location to stop the neverending arrivals.
"Rose's Scabbard": Pearl goes on a mission with Steven that turns into a battle of knowing secrets.
"Open Book": Steven and Connie attempt to roleplay the latter's favorite book series in Rose's room, only to meet complications with the room itself.
"Shirt Club": Buck Dewey and Steven make T-shirts together, but Buck gets carried away with the design presented by Steven.
"Story for Steven": Greg tells Steven the story of him and Rose Quartz, the story containing drama, first sights, and hard decisions being made.
"The Message": The wailing stone keeps making an annoying sound because it cannot interpret the message that is trying to be received. The Crystal Gems and Greg attempt to solve it.
"Political Power": Outrage happens in Beach City from an electrical blackout.