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Spunky becomes romantically smitten with an old rag mop, despite Rocko's constant attempts to dissolve the unhealthy "romance."
Rocko decides that it's finally time to take a trip to the ol' laundromat (since some of his clothes are beginning to actually get up and walk around the room).
Rocko's Happy Sack:
Rocko tries to make it to the local supermarket in time for a massive 99%-off sale.
Rocko becomes sick with the flu, and if he doesn't get better soon, he'll miss the chance to go to the big WWWWF wrestling show.
A Sucker For the Suck-O-Matic:
Rocko orders a brand new vacuum cleaner, but when activated, the device goes out of control and starts sucking up everything in sight.
Rocko gets fired from his job at a huge Comic Book emporium, and subsequently sets out to seek other avenues of employment. He eventually lands a job at Conglom-O, where Ed Bighead is eager to place him in a dangerous occupation - as a product tester.
Rocko and Heffer go to the local carnival, and Rocko is intent on winning something. But it's not as easy as he thinks, because these O-Town carnival games are actually rigged.
Sand In Your Navel:
Rocko and Spunky take a trip to the beach, in order to avoid a day of brutal heat.
Through a coincidence, Rocko, Heffer, and Mr. & Mrs. Bighead wind up sharing a cabin together on a winter vacation.
Rinse and Spit:
Filburt cons Rocko into being his patient for a big dentristry exam he has to take.
Rocko and Heffer go to a baseball game, in hopes of catching a foul ball.
Rocko would love to be able to go to a drive-in movie, but it looks like he'll have to settle for the huge matinee complex at the mall. He and Heffer go there, and experience first-hand the "modern movie-going experience."
Rocko is appointed temporary boss of the Comic Book Store, while the real boss, Mr. Smitty, is away. Rocko soon goes mad with power, and takes his aggravation out on his only employee - hapless Filburt.
To Heck and Back:
One day, while dining at the local fast-food joint, Heffer accidentally chokes on a chicken ribcage. During his lapse of consciousness thereafter, Heffer has a "near-death experience."
The Good, the Bad, and the Wallaby:
Rocko and Heffer visit a dude ranch, and while there, Heffer starts to fall in with a crowd of bad cattle.
Rocko scrambles to gather up his trash and put it out, since he's missed garbage day for the past few months. Not to make things any easier, the local mad dog, Earl, is on the loose - and he seems intent on destroying both Rocko's trash AND Rocko.
Keeping Up With the Bigheads:
Ed Bighead wants to dispose of Rocko, so he tips off a home inspector of Rocko's messiness, so Rocko must clean up before the inspector comes.
When Rocko gets pulled over by the police because his gas cap is missing, his car gets into the pound and he has to go through driving school all over again, where Rocko is repeatedly warned not to have "the fat guy" as an instructor.
Rocko and Heffer experience the ups and downs of traveling by airplane.
Rocko tries to get an extremely reluctant Spunky to take a bath. Meanwhile, a situation comedy - starring two microscopic parasites - plays out on Spunky's fur.
Who's For Dinner?:
Heffer invites Rocko over to his parents' house for dinner. There, Rocko sees just how dysfunctional a family can be. After Rocko tells Heffer that he is actually adopted, he sadly runs away to find his biological family.
Rocko tries to get over his crush on his beautiful next-door-neighbor, Melba. Heffer tries to help by setting Rocko up with an assortment of dates (via personals ads), but each and every one of them ends in disaster.
Feeling unwanted by her husband, Mrs. Bighead invites neighbor Rocko over to "fix a few things around the house." But little does our wallaby hero know of Mrs. Bighead's ulterior motives.
When Heffer is forced out of his parents' house, he decides to come and live with Rocko. Eventually, though, the two roommates' very different life start to conflict with each other.
No Pain, No Gain:
Rocko and Heffer join a health club in hopes of losing a few of those unsightly pounds.
Who Gives a Buck?:
Rocko gets his very own credit card, and Heffer convinces him to go on a spending spree at the mall.