Al has just gotten back from his cave-dwelers' convention with Harvey when he notices that he has gotten robbed. He starts looking for things to do, but he can only find trash. The Hooded Avenger brings in a TV set, so Al can at least watch TV. Al turns onto the news channel and sees that the police have found the guy who robbed him. So, Al does get his stuff back.moreless
J.B. Toppersmith's nephew Huey comes for a visit. J.B. tells Al if Huey is unhappy, he will get fired. When Huey arrives, Al tries to make him as happy as possible by singing when he is commanded to. Al is sick of this, especially of Huey's bullying. So Al starts trying to find other ways to deal with Huey. Huey becomes unhappy and fires Al, but Al decides to quit. As Al is walking away, Huey tries to get Al to stay and says that nobody likes him. Al watches TV with Huey, and he becomes nicer.moreless
The Roches: A band of singing roaches, The Roches, play a successful show in Hamton's house. Hamton hates bugs and tries to kill them, but Maggie stands up for herself and confronts him about the evils of bug prejudice. Hamton then changes his mind about killing bugs and wants to join the band, and they get scared away!
The Return of Pluck Twacy: This cartoon was basically cashing in on the success of the Dick Tracy movie by having Plucky dream that he is the great detective himself. This episode was based on an old Daffy Duck cartoon when Daffy pretended he was Dick Tracy.moreless
Convinced that the school newspaper is too dull, Juan sets out to turn it into a tabloid, bringing down his friends' names in the process.