Dexter and Howdy have never exactly been, well, the best of friends. But when their respective owners get into a big argument, they want to solve the problem and fast. Their owners have argued with each other before, but in the past they always made up within a few hours. This time, they've been arguing for days and it shows no signs of letting up. They're worried that if it keeps going, they could miss the upcoming hamster festival. That, and their concern for their owners is enough to convince the ham-hams that they need to do something to fix this situation. Hope comes when Dexter and Howdy talk about a certain photograph. It's apparently at both of their places and it features their owners, Curtis and Goldie, getting along nicely. The ham-hams decide that if they could just show the both of them that photo, they would be reminded of when they were friends and stop fighting. So they set out on their mission. On the way, they see Curtis and Goldie, who are arguing. They're in a petty fight about signs that are in front of their doors and that aren't supposed to be. Then, later, they argue about Japanese vs. Italian food. The ham-hams think the situation is pretty bad and work hard to get those photos. They have some setbacks, including not being able to find the photos at first, a meddling kid, Zach, who keeps taking stuff from Goldie's convenience store and a mynah bird who nearly gives them away. Still, they manage to deliver the photos. Curtis and Goldie find them and, as the ham-hams had hoped, they have the desired effect. The two decide to put aside their differences and start being friends again. Still, they wonder who it was who could have brought them the photos. The mynah bird squawks out "Howdy and Dexter," but they decide it couldn't have been them. The hamster festival goes off marvelously, with huge balloons of the various ham-hams. Boss is there too, having his fill of sunflower seeds. The ham-hams are all having a great time. In the background, the "Friends" song plays. (Check out this page to see the full lyrics.) That evening, Laura reflects on the hamster festival and how great Curtis and Goldie's foods were. (Although she refers to them by their last names.)moreless
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