While driving on a lonely snow-covered stretch of Route 41, the Winchesters narrowly miss hitting Molly, a recent car accident survivor. Only after they agree to help locate her missing husband does it appear that their chance encounter may not have been as random as first thought.moreless
When Binky discovers that he's allergic to peanuts, he has so many questions: Will he be forced to live without Chinese food? Will he ever again be able to eat with his friends? And most importantly, will his Mom ever calm down? Binky learns that the best way not to go nuts is to be well informed and to understand his allergy.
"Breezy Listening Blues"
Much to his horror, Brain gets a "B-" on a test. That's only one grade above a C! What caused this disaster? Could it be the new "Breezy Listening" background music playing at the Ice Cream Shop? Brain is determined to get to the bottom of this before he loses what's left of his IQ. (official website synopsis)moreless
Prunella enjoys doing yoga with her Mom each morning and invites her friend Marina to join in. Marina seems to be a natural at yoga --- so much so that Prunella begins to worry that Marina is her Mom's new "favorite." Feeling rather upstage, she goes over to visit Marina's mom to hang out.
"'A' is for Angry"
The all-school checkers competition is coming up and Brain seems to be a shoo-in for the win. Suddenly, Arthur finds himself taking the Brain on --- but is he up to the challenge, and more importantly, is the bitter publicity campaign that's started to follow him healthy?moreless
Arthur and D.W. look for a place to cool off and end up going to (the boy that kissed D.W.)'s house and learn that Molly lives there too. Molly makes many attempts to not let Arthur into the pool, but they all wind up becoming friends. When Muffy sees them shaking hands, she goes ahead and blabs to everybody that Arthur and Molly like each other and Binky, Rattles, and gang go to stop them from possibly becoming boyfriend and girlfriend!
"It Came From Beyond"
Grandma Thora takes in a stray dog that is extremely mean. When the dog is thought to go back to the animal shelter, it turns out it's a nice dog that has had a hard time.moreless
Mr Crosswire brings Muffy to an opera; she thinks she won't like it.
"All Worked Up!"
Mom (Mrs. Read) has to work a full time job; Arthur's good grade streak slips; chaos ensues.moreless
Buster learns to care for plants.
"My Fair Tommy"
DW helps Tommy learn to be good.
Having landed a role for a class play, Arthur finds that he can't fit into his outfit. It would seem that he's become a bit, well, "husky." There's no way, though, that he's going to wear an ugly-looking husky suit. He and his friends team up to get him in shape, but it seems some non-peer advice might hold the key to the real solution.
"The Law of the Jungle Gym"
The Tough Customers --- most of the kids in Arthur's class fear them, even though they're definitely not the most fierce as far as bullies go. However, when Muffy tries using the jungle gym they use as their Tower of Pain for a photo shoot, she starts a feud that has everyone in Ratburn's class on her side. Muffy, however, doesn't care about freeing the jungle gym, she just wants a good space for her photo shooting. And Molly doesn't really want to terrorize Muffy, she just wants her old place to chill back.moreless
Francine goes circus camp thinking she would be like Catherine, her sister, who was good at every thing at the camp. but when Francine does badly, she thinks that when it is time for the circus she wont have anythingto do. Will she be able to find something in time.
"George Blows His Top"
George is very generous with his things and is willing to give people things. Buster begins to take advantage of George asking him for so many things. But George is shy and is afraid to tell Buster no. Will he have the courage to stand up to his friend.moreless
The gang is devastated after their tree house collapses. It was the best place to hang out in the whole world! Can architect Frank Gehry get them to agree on a new design and help them to rebuild?
"Tipping the Scales"
Everyone in Arthur's chorus group is excited about their upcoming performance in Crown City. Everyone knows nothing beats that post-concert cheesecake at Finklemeyers! But when strict Dr. Fugue replaces fun Mrs. Krasny as their teacher, the gang worries -- will music class ever be fun again?moreless
George's bad day gets worse when he comes over to Mrs. McGrady's house to sing for Koko Taylor and his friends insult his quiet voice. After listening to one of the Brain's CDs, George dreams that he and his ventriloquist dummy Wally are in a blues-related adventure. He builds a guitar with his dad and gets a second chance to overcome his stage fright. Will he be able to prove he isn't a a "small-mouth" to Koko Taylor and Taj Mahal?
At a glass shop, D.W. overhears a word she doesn't know. D.W. is afraid to ask anyone what the word means, because she thinks that it causes people to break stuff. Arthur and the Tibbles warn her not to say it in front of grownups, or they will become zombie slaves (or at least the Tibbles say...). D.W. and Nadine put it to the test by having the neighborhood kid Vecita say it to her parents. D.W. accidentally says it to her mother while spying, and after apologizing to the neighbors, Mother tells her what the cuss word means. But the next day at school, all DW's friends are saying it. Here we go again...moreless
Pal and Kate meet a flea who's a "circus performer". He Begs them not to squish him after everything he's been through.
"Kiss and Tell"
Emily got kissed by a boy in France. Now D.W tries to find someone to kiss her.moreless
Arthur and his friends are trying to get the best desk.
"Desperately Seeking Stanley"
Arthur sells his bear Stanly, after he thinks the Brain thinks he needs to get rid of the bear, and move on.moreless