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Bummer Of Love:
Norb and Dag awaken to find their dam converted into the stage for a huge outdoor rock festival--and they don't have tickets.
Food Of The Clods:
Dag attempts to give his brother a wake-up call when spicy midnight snacks and bad horror movies cause Norb to sleepwalk.
The Bing That Wouldn't Leave:
Daggett and Norbert find themselves stuck with Bing, a motor-mouthed, incredibly clingy little lizard who just won't shut up, and just won't go away! The Beavers do everything in their power to ditch Bing before his yammering drives them up the wall.
In order to get the last piece of Lickety-Split candy in the house, Norbert promises Daggett than one year later, he'll do whatever Dagg says for a day. Unfortunately for Norb, Daggett remembers; and if Norb reneges on his promise, he'll have to move to the highest mountains and wear an itchy sweater for the rest of his life!
Daggett gets Norb to pursue his lifelong dream, of becoming a Lipizzaner stallion, the famous Austrian prancing show horses. With Dag's help, Norb discovers the ups and downs of going for the impossible dream.
Norbert and Daggett find a water based theme park when it's closed and they decide to enjoy themselves while they are there.
Norb decides he needs some time alone to work on his new model. Dag, feeling spurned, decides to show Norb he doesn't need him and moves out into his new Rockin' Bachelor Tree Dam.
Guess Who's Stumping To Dinner?:
Norb befriends Stump, an actual tree stump that the boys chewed down. Despite Dag's jealousy, Norb realizes he hasn't lost a brother but gained a friend.
When Norb comes down with dreaded beaver disease, Stinky Toe, Daggett will stop at nothing to find a cure, but will he be able to find a cure despite the fact that no scientist before him has ever figured it out?
Tired of struggling to survive as wild animals, the beavers decide to become pets. They discover the easy life's not what It's cracked up to be when they get adopted by a family so wholesome and normal it drives then nuts.
Mission To The Big, Hot, Thingy:
The beavers are launched into space to see if they can build a dam in zero gravity. Once their scientific usefulness is over, they find themselves abandoned in space. The beavers must put aside their differences and band together to avert their almost certain doom.
I Dare You:
When Norb teases Dag because he's afraid to climb a tall tree, Daggett gets mad and dares Norb to do something more dangerous. Things get quickly out of hand, but neither brother can admit his fear and back down from the other's challenges
Enter The Daggett:
Daggett's tired of being 'a creature whose only natural defense is to hide in his dam'. Despite his natural ineptness, and Norb's best efforts to dissuade him, Dag pursues the Martial Arts.
A cricket finds its way into the dam. Its constant chirping annoys Norb, but Dag turns out to have a cricket phobia. Norb must get rid of the elusive bug before Dag goes completely over the edge.
Most people can tell the difference between fantasy and reality, but not Daggett. So when Daggett's super hero fantasy life gets too embarrassing, Norb is forced to become a super villain to break him out of it.
Fish And Dips:
The ancient legend from the grey mists of earliest time tells of a scaly terror called 'Old Gramps', a fish so large he can swallow a Swede. When Dag runs smack into Old Gramps, the time has come to find out the truth.
Beach Beavers A Go-Go:
Facing another long winter hibernating in their dam, Norb and Dag decide to 'Go South'. It's all sun and fun, but eventually the boys find out there are good reasons why beavers don't migrate for winter.
When a twist of fate puts the boys in the control of their wilderness as temporary rangers, the power goes to Daggett's head. In no time the park is a disaster area with the Beavers at the center of it all.
Box Top Beavers:
Norbert and Daggett love breakfast cereal prizes, but when Daggett attempts to save 1,000 boxtops to get the ultimate boxtop toy doesn't work out quite well, they decide to take action and take their prize by force; though they soon discover the difficulties of such a task.
Spring is in the air, and so are thousands of spawning salmon. Norb and Dag have unwittingly built their dam right in the middle of a salmon migratory path. It's the irresistible force of nature vs. the beavers, and with time against them, they must do everything in their power to prevent their dam from being destroyed.
Envy rears its ugly head when Norb seemingly gets a better Arbor Day present of a killer train set. Dag sets out to sabotage it when all he gets is an air freshener. However, will Daggett remember the true meaning of Arbor Day before he does something he'll regret?
Norbert and Daggett go to a football game to root for their favorite team, The Beavers. When their team starts to take a beating, the boys take action to help them, despite the fact that they don't really have much talent in the game.
A Dam Too Far:
Seeking to exploit the beaver's natural instinct to build dams when they hear running water, the government parachutes Norbert and Daggett into a flood zone. Soon the brothers find themselves facing Daggett's river, which is a little hesitant, and has a mind of its own and no intention of backing down.
Long In The Teeth:
Beavers' teeth never stop growing and letting them grow long becomes the latest dangerous fashion fad. The boys soon discover there's a price to pay when you live in the fast lane of high fashion. Everyday stuff gets more difficult.