When Clifford spots several strange things floating in the air, none of his friends believe him except Norville. The others just think he's imagining things, or worse, fibbing. But Clifford's insistence on believing his eyes turns out to be a big help.
"The Perfect Pancake"
Mr. Solomon plans to make potato pancakes for Thanksgiving, but it's his first time using his mother's recipe. The kids all volunteer to help, but things don't go as planned. Then, everyone comes up with a great idea for how they can still have pancakes.moreless
Flo and Zo are excited about opening a big, big present for Hanukah. Clifford pays a visit to their festivities and they play some fun Hanukah games. All the play, however, causes Mr. Solomon's menorah to be broken. While he goes in search of a new one, Clifford, Flo and Zo try to figure out how to repair the old one.
"Hanukah Plunder Blunder"
Zo loves Hanukah, but is annoyed by having to wait night after night for eight days to get new presents. Temptation gets the better of him and he opens them all. At first he has no problem with it, but then becomes depressed because there are no surprises left. Flo shows what a great sister she is by helping Zo out.moreless
Halloween has come and Emily Elizabeth and her friends Nina and Shun get together for trick-or-treating. They've dressed up their animals as well and everyone has fun getting candy and treats. Evan's apartment is the last stop before heading back for the Halloween party and Evan suggests that they're not experiencing all that Halloween has to other. He decides to play some scary tricks to liven things up, but is in for a surprise of his own!
"Things that Go Bump"
Emily Elizabeth and her friends are out on another Halloween night attending a sleepout. Mr. Solomon reads from his newest Flo and Zo adventure Scaredy Cats, in which Flo and Zo realize that scary noises they're hearing are imaginary. Clifford, however, starts hearing real noises that sound just like the ones in the book and is scared by them. Norville helps him to see that they're not so scary after all.moreless
Emily Elizabeth, Nina, Jorge and Clifford watch a newsbit on TV about the local City Restoration Project, which inspires them to do something about the empty lot behind the apartment. They enlist the help of Shun, Evan and Vanessa and get to work creating a garden. However, problems soon arise as there seems to be no solid plan. Everyone ends up getting in each other's way and soon things are actually looking worse than they were when they started.
Clifford, Jorge, Flo and Zo watch with interest as Jenny shows Mr. Solomon how a broken willow branch can be planted to grow into a whole new toy. When Flo and Zo end up breaking one of their toys, he ends up hearing about the willow and comes up with an intriguing idea. He suggests that the toy could be planted, along with some of everyone else's broken toys and then that would repair them. They're not sure at first, but decide to give it a go. However, things get out of control and Shun and Clifford come down to stop them going crazy with the hose. When they see the broken toys, it gives them another new idea.moreless
Emily Elizabeth, Nina and Shun are out playing kickball, while Jorge is teaching Clifford how to bury a bone. When the three friends lose the kickball, they end up finding a basketball and Nina declares that they can keep it, saying that it's "Finders Keepers." Clifford and Jorge consider this and Jorge especially seems to agree with this logic. When he finds a shark-tooth necklace, he keeps it, even after finding out that it actually belongs to Shun. Clifford feels this isn't right, but wonders how to tell his friend that's he wrong.
While attending a carnival, Nina and Jorge unwittingly strike a great pose and before they know it, their picture is in papers around the nation. Suddenly they're the "hot dog duo" and enjoying all the benefits of fame --- free hot dogs, adoring crowds and signing autographs. Jorge even manages to enlist Clifford as his "assistant," depsite loud complaints about this from Daffodil. Nina and Jorge become completely absorbed in their fame, cutting off ties to the activities they used to enjoy. Then, one day, they head out and find that nobody seems to be noticing them anymore.moreless
Ken Burns pays a visit to the class of Emily Elizabeth and her friends, explaining that he's at work on a documentary about pets. He's been invited as a guest to the class because the class project is for everyone to group into teams and make their own documentaries. Emily Elizabeth, Nina and Shun get their first turn with the class video camera and decide to make a video about the people in their neighborhood. They get so caught up in the roles of cameraperson, producer and interviewer that are assigned to them that at first they have trouble creating a meaningful documentary.
Evan receives tickets from Coach Harris to go see a basketball game featuring his favorite player --- Alan Houston. Once at the game, he gets to actually meet Alan Houston, but then is asked to watch over Houston's little daughter Remie and her puppy, Hoops. Evan is glad to do it, but finds it very hard to concentrate on the game. Still, he finds it worth it in the end.moreless
Jorge is excited about his first-ever visit to the grooming shop with Nina until Norville's misinformed ramblings convince him the experience is something to fear. His friends try everything from giving him their own makeover to having him hide, until Daffodil takes the matter into her own paws.
Emily Elizabeth and Evan are on their way to a concert of one of their favorite bands, the Pogo Sticks. They spot Mr. Solomon, who has a bad cold and is trying to get to the post office to mail a letter. They agree to help out by taking it for him and end up helping a lot more people along the way.moreless
Due to the birth of their new son ("Oh, Brother") and their growing children, the Sidarskys are moving into a new, bigger mouse hole. It's just around the corner and Clifford offers to help them move a rather large heirloom - a family clock that helps lull the baby to sleep. Called away for lunch, he finds that various distractions keep him from getting back to help out in time.
"Fair is Fair"
Emily Elizabeth and Nina are excited to hear about their favorite author, Marjorie Maxwell, coming to the city fair to sign copies of the newest book in her Sarah Solver mystery series. ("My Blanky" & "Share and Share Alike") They're also excited to volunteer to read picture books to little kids, so long as they can finish up in time for the book signing. When their relief doesn't show up on time, they're forced to come up with a creative solution to keep things going, and are rewarded for their responsibility and creativity.moreless
There's a new baby mouse in the Sidarsky family and Lucy is feeling a bit left out. To cheer her up, Daffodil tells her the tale of when Clifford first became a part of the Howard family.
"Up, Up & Oops"
After Emily Elizabeth, Nina and Shun spot some kites in the store, the storekeeper encourages them to join him for Kite-Flying Day. Shun spots a book on how to make kites and the three decide that they'll all design their own. Emily Elizabeth and Nina have big plans, but find that their kites aren't working when they don't follow the instructions in the book.moreless
Clifford, Emily Elizabeth, Daffodil and the family are all headed to the train station for Fall Feast. They enjoy this tradition every year with their grandparents and it's going to be Clifford's first time. Bad weather forces a change in plans, but everyone still enjoys the celebration in the company of friends.
"Norville's New Game"
On a bright morning day, Clifford wants to play ball games with Daffodil, while she just wants to sleep. After hearing about the prospect of a bouncy game, she joins Clifford, Norville, Jorge, Flo and Zo in the courtyard. The game comes to an abrupt end when the hopscotch lines are ruined, but Norville invents a new game. Unfortunately, his ever-changing rules and refusal to play fair threaten to spoil things for everyone.moreless
Emily Elizabeth is learning how to skate for the first time. She's ready to learn with a skating book she checked out from the library. She's then offered something better --- skating Elizabeth's from her friend Evan. Unfortunately, it looks like she might be skating alone after all when Evan ducks out to play basketball instead.
"Share and Share Alike"
Emily Elizabeth, Shun and Nina get involved in a drive to collect books for the library. As they make their rounds, they find a lot more shared with them than just books. Unfortunately, Nina can't take part after waking up with a bad cold, but Emily Elizabeth and Shun find a way to include her after appreciating the value of her careful preparations for their journey.moreless
During a sleepover, Emily Elizabeth lets out a secret to a friend. It's a big deal to her, but the secret gets out and soon it seems like everyone knows. Emily Elizabeth is completely embarrassed and her friend finds that though it doesn't seem like a big deal; it's something she has to take seriously.
"With Friends Like You"
When Clifford helps out a friend in a sticky situation, he finds that he now has an overbearing helper. At first, he enjoys the attention and treats, but then starts to find it a bit annoying. However, he's not sure how to say this without feelings getting hurt.moreless
On a heavily windy day, things are being blown all over the place, including Norville's nest to parts unknown. A search for it comes up empty and Norville takes to the skies to look all over for it. His furry friends decide to try to help out by making him a new nest, but run into problems with bossiness and uncaring behavior.
"Practice Makes Perfect"
Emily Elizabeth has been helping Mr. Solomon with a presentation of one of his art books and he graciously offers to tutor in her painting. She's excited by it at first and invites Nina to join in. Nina picks up painting quickly, while Emily Elizabeth worries that her paintings aren't any good and that she should give up art.moreless
Norville is excited about the first day of winter and wants to have snow fun with his friends outside, but finds that they're all busy inside celebrating first-snowfall traditions. As each declines his invitation to come outside, he fibs at having his own winter traditions, but soon ends up lonely outside by himself. It's up to his friends to realize that he's feeling lonely and find a way to bring their traditions outside to him.
Flo is a great athlete, but when Jorge gets everyone playing a bouncing game with a new beanbag toy of his, she finds that she's not very good at it. She's disappointed and tries playing alone by herself, but soon decides that it's not any fun playing games like freeze-tag or hide-and-seek by herself.moreless
While Luke is willing to lend Lorelai his truck to help Rory move into her dorm, he's not too thrilled when the project turns out to take all day and all night. Rory's roommates turn out to be a jock, a fifteen year old prodigy sorely lacking in socialization skills, and to her astonishment, her old nemesis from Chilton. Nicole's partners descend on the diner and threaten to ensnare Luke in a morass of paperwork;moreless
While on an away mission to help a planet being bombarded with asteroids, Neelix comes up with a dangerous plan to re-establish communication with Voyager. However, he is pushed to the limit when Tuvok's negative attitude toward him becomes too much to bear.