Diss and Make Up: There's a Friendship Fest in town, and everybody's there to celebrate. Andy and Rodney have been named the Co-Kings of the event and are busy fashioning a Co-Friendship Crown for them to share. But when Darlene sees Rodney eat Andy's share of pancakes and Andy getting irritated, she misinterprets the situation and thinks Andy and Rodney are entering into a situation where their friendship is going to reach the breaking point unless she does something about it. But in Darlene's actions, is she going to strengthen their friendship, or is she only going to end it for good?
Be Careful What You Fish For: When Andy and Rodney wreck Mr. J's home office looking for a candy bar, Mr. J order them to clean it up, a fact which none of them like. Then Andy gets an idea and decides to go somewhere. When Rodney is cleaning alone, Mr. J's mounted fish 'comes to life' and tells Rodney that if he were a real friend, he'd be more responsible and do all of the cleaning for Andy. Rodney does this and when he's done, he gets a pleasant feeling inside for having done something unselfish. So when the mounted fish tells him to do more unselfish stuff, Rodney doesn't mind doing it because it ends up giving him a pleasant feeling. But even though Rodney is being more helpful around the house, he's no fun to Andy anymore because Rodney doesn't schedule time for him anymore. Can Andy figure out a way to get the old, fun Rodney back?