When Bobby has to go home after playing with Jackie, he couldn't get into the house because both the front and back doors are locked. Try what he could, his mother doesn't seem to listen when he calls. Bobby remembers the plan his parents told him if ever he got lost. When that doesn't work, he tries coming up with other plans. Nothing seems to work, so how can Bobby get home?moreless
Bobby takes part in the school's candy sale, but he finds himself in competition with another pupil. Whoever can sell the most candy wins a pair of skates. With Bobby's opponent selling more candy than him and his family refusing to help him, can Bobby still win his skates?
Mrs. Generic wins a sweepstakes, and the whole family gets to go to a dude ranch. But each of the members has other problems which prevent them from going there, and Bobby wants to go to the ranch more than anything for summer vacation.
Bobby has a sore throat and a fever, and his doctor gives the news that Bobby must have his tonsils out at the hospital. Will Bobby overcome his fear of having an operation?
Bobby volunteers to take care of Harry the class hamster over the weekend. He wants to prove to Jackie that he's responsible enough, but he really isn't and let's Harry run loose in the house. Bobby's mother and sister are frightened when Harry crawls upon them suddenly, and Kelly (who's terrified of all kinds of rodents) threatens to have the exterminator finish with him.moreless
Tired of being a little kid all the time, Bobby wishes to be bigger. He meets a new neighbor named Anthony who teaches him how to be a big guy who does whatever he wants all the time. Bobby's new rebel-like attitude drives his parents up the wall. But in the end, Bobby learns that acting like a big guy has its downside.moreless