Max Says Hello:
Ruby wants to prepare for a tea party with Louise, but Max is too busy saying hello to his toys.
Ruby's Spa Day:
Ruby makes a spa in her room for her and Louise. Max has a one-bunny drum set, but his playing it disturbs the girls.
Ruby's Tai Chi:
Ruby and the Bunny Scouts want to earn their badges for tai chi, but Max's toys keep interupting their practice.
Ruby's Perfect Christmas Tree:
Ruby wants to find the perfect Christmas tree at Santa's Treeland, but Max just wants to see Santa Claus.
Max's Christmas Presents:
Max knows who to ask... Santa! While Ruby makes Christmas tree decorations.
Max and Ruby's Christmas Carol:
Max's job is to ring a little bell during Ruby's Christmas Carol, but he'd rather ring a bigger bell.
Super Max's Cape:
Ruby and Max watch Baby Huffington while Mr. and Mrs. Huffington set up for a picnic. Ruby suggests she play quietly, but Baby Huffington wants to play Superbunny with Max.
Ruby's Water Lily:
Ruby and her friends try to perfect the hardest move in their synchronized swimming routine. Max's water toys keep interrupting them at first, at one of them helps them out in the end.
Max Says Goodbye:
Ruby and Max are going to a playdate at Louise's, but Max can't take all his toys. Max says goodbye to his toy that he couldn't take.
Max Saves the Parade:
Ruby and Louise make a float for the Fall Fun Festival Parade, and so do Max and Roger. But when their floats clash, Max and Roger come up with a way to combine them together.
Max's Big Kick:
Roger teaches Max how to kick a football between goal posts while Ruby and Louise try to make a leaf rubbing picture, but the park may not have room for the four bunnies.
Ruby's Horn of Plenty:
Ruby harvests all the vegetables from her garden for decorating her horn of plenty, but Max eats the vegetables and puts toys in the horn instead.
Ruby's Gingerbread House:
Ruby and Louise decide to build a gingerbread house for Grandma, but they find out they are missing an important ingredient. Max and his gummy worms keep interrupting their building of their house, sometimes scaring them.
Max's Christmas Passed:
Max doesn't want to let Christmas end and wants it to be Christmas all the time.
Max's New Year:
Max and Ruby spend New Year's Eve celebrating with Grandma.
Ruby and Louise try to make a block castle, but Max wants to make some changes to it by adding more blocks.
Max uses his toy cement mixer to collect stones, continuously interupting Ruby and Louise's game of hopscotch.
Max makes friends with a grasshopper named Hoppy, and aBunny Scout experiment is interrupted when Hoppy gets in the way.
Ruby wants to paint a perfect rainbow for Grandma but she can't remember the color order. Max, who wants to go outside, helps her remember.
Home Tweet Home:
Ruby & Louise build a birdhouse. Thinking Max is hungry, she gives him food only to discover that it was the birds who were hungry and not Max.
Ruby wants Max to stay clean for when Grandma comes over with a yummy surprise, but Max just wants to make a mudpie and gets himself all muddy.
Ruby's Home Run:
Ruby tries to hit a home run while playing a game of baseball, but Max and his airplanes keep getting in the way.
Ruby's Missing Tune:
Max tries to help Ruby recall a tune for her ballet recital after her music player gets broken.
Ruby's Hand Stand:
Ruby and Louise don't know if either one of them can perform a hand stand for their Bunny Scout gymnastics badge, and Max keeps asking Ruby to push him on the swing.
Grandma's Treasure Hunt:
Ruby and Louise are on a treasure hunt that Grandma made up for them, but all Max wants to do is play pirates.
Ruby's Jigsaw Puzzle:
The two bunny siblings try to find the missing piece to Ruby's jigsaw puzzle that was stolen by Max's wind-up lobster.
Max and Ruby practice for a musical recital they want to do for Grandma.
Max's Snow Day:
Max wants to go outside to play in the snow, but there's a blizzard! Ruby tries to find something for Max to do on their snow day.
Max's Snow Bunny:
Max wants to make sure if there really is such a thing as the Abominable Snow Bunny.
Max's Mix Up:
On the sledding hill, Ruby is getting cold and wants to go in to play with her dolls. Then Louise & Morris arrive, and Morris' winter snowsuit is identical to Max's, except their hats, mitts and scarves are different colors.
Max and Ruby go Christmas shopping with Grandma as Ruby tries looking for the perfect gift.
Max and Ruby's Christmas Tree:
Max and Ruby are looking forward to Christmas as they trim and decorate their tree.
Max's Snow Plow:
Ruby tries to shovel freshly fallen snow off the walk as a surprise for Grandma. Max, however, gets most of the work done using his toy car as a snow plow.
Max's Rocket Racer:
Max isn't tall enough to go on Mr. Piazza's Rocket Racer ride at the fair because he's below the required height line. He tries several ways to make himself look taller.
Max and Morris Blast Off!:
Ruby asks Max to put away his rockets so she and Louise can hold a special Bunny Scout meeting in the yard for Bunny Scout Leader's birthday. Max and Morris help by giving the party an extra special touch with the rockets.
Max's Candy Apple:
Max wants a candy apple at the East Bunny Hop Fall Fair, but all Ruby wants is to win a race with him.
Grandma's Berry Patch:
Max and Ruby pick berries for Grandma's special recipe, but Max wants to sample some as they're picking them.
Ruby's Bunny Scout Banner:
Ruby and Louise work on a banner for the Bunny Scout Parade, and Max's inturuptions give them more ideas on what to add to it.
Ruby's Detective Agency:
Grandma has a surprise for Ruby, but Ruby starts her own detective agency and searches for Mrs. Quack who has gone missing.
Ruby's Puppet Show:
Ruby and Louise put on a puppet show, but Max also wants to take part.
Sugar Plum Max:
Ruby and Louise practice a very difficult pirouette for a ballet performance, but all Max wants is to eat one of Grandma's sugar plums.
Max's Ant Farm:
Max's ant farm threatens Ruby's dress-up party, but Max becomes the hit of the party when he snags them all.
It's Ruby's birthday and she's very excited. She's convinced her friends are going to give her a surprise party. Little does she know where the surprise party is.
Ruby's Birthday Party:
Ruby has her surprise birthday party at Grandma's house with her friends. Max just wants to eat cake, but Ruby tells him they need to play some party games first.
Ruby's Birthday Present:
After Ruby's birthday party, she opens up her presents. Meanwhile, Max gets himself wrapped in all the wrapping paper to be a surprise gift for Ruby.
Ruby's Easter Bonnet:
Ruby makes an Easter bonnet from a yellow sunhat and gets some unexpected help from Max.
Ruby paints Easter eggs with Louise while Max uses them for an Easter parade.
Max and the Easter Bunny:
Ruby and her friends go on a Bunny Scout egg hunt, and little do they know that Max acts as the Easter Bunny.
Max is full of questions when Ruby hurries to bed on Christmas Eve so Santa Claus can come. No one ever stays up to see Santa. No one except Max.
Ruby's Snow Queen:
Ruby is building a snow queen while Max is playing with his screaming green alien gorilla. When his toy goes missing, Max finds that his gorilla was in Ruby's snow queen.
Max's Rocket Run:
Max is too little to sled down a snowy hill called the Rocket Run like Ruby and Louise. Max is to take the Gental Slope Bunny hill.
Ruby and Max are at Grandma's to help with Thanksgiving dinner. Ruby is thrilled to help decorate, but Max just wants to sample Grandma's famous stuffing. Unfortunately, by the time that dinner is ready, Max has sampled a little too much.
Max's Pretend Friend:
Ruby doesn't see that Max is playing with froggy so she assumes that he's got a "pretend friend." When froggy creates chaos, Ruby thinks Max is blaming his "pretend friend" for things that he's done.
Ruby wants to practice jumping rope for the Bunny Scout jump-a-thon, but Max wants to play fireman, and he keeps tripping her up.
Ruby wants Max to be a Prince to her Cinderella but Max's mind is set on trick or treating as a vampire.
Ruby's Leaf Collection:
Both siblings have different reasons for collecting leaves.
The Blue Tarantula:
Ruby and Max get scared after reading a bedtime story about a blue tarantula.
Max enjoys playing with his shadow on the fence in the backyard ... until a cloud comes and it disappears. Meanwhile, Ruby and Valary are trying to make a poster for the Bunny Ballet recital.
By the string tied aroundMax's finger, Ruby can tell that Max is trying to remember something. Ruby helps Max remember all the things he was supposed to do until they find out what the string was supposed to remind of--to fix his yo-yo!
Ruby's Candy Store:
Ruby is learning how to run a candy store with Candi's help. Ruby tells Max that he shouldn't eat too much candy or he'll get sick, but she has to sample the candies so that she "knows the product". Unfortunately, Ruby gets to know the product a little too well.