Bloom gets wind that he is being considered as Aunt Matilda's heir to her fortune upon her death. TK and Bloom are determined to ingratiate themselves to the crotchety old aunt, and Pippi has the task of finding charitable activities for the reformed crooks.
Pippi's friends are entering their report on the field trip up North in a competition for one of the special school prizes. Pippi decides this is worth returning to school for, and is there to disrupt the special occasion, much to the disturbance of Mrs. Prysellious and the very "proper" guest of honor, Mr. Rosenbloom.moreless
The field trip up North continues and Pippi and her "crew" must outsmart Poachers to save the rare green whales from extinction.
The local horse show attracts the very finest horses. Pippi decides to enter Horse. After much humiliation from the other contestants, and to the horror of Mrs. Prysselius, Horse comes through it all with flying colours. Although unconventional, he performs much better than the rest.
Pippi Longstocking arrives in a small Swedish town to take up residence in her Villa. The young girl lives with her companions, Horse and Mr. Nilsson (a monkey). All the townsfolk agree that the village will never quite be the same again. Annika and Tommy, Pippi's new neighbors, are excited about the adventures they are sure to share with their new friend; and the adults are certain that this eccentric little girl with her wild imagination, incredible strength and lack of parental supervision will cause no end of trouble.moreless