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Long Tall Daggy:
Norb, who's four minutes older, has always been just a wee bit taller than Dag (something he relishes). His world is turned upside down when Dag shows up for their weekly measuring and has grown to be a wee bit taller than him.
The practical joking Beavers get a taste of their own medicine, when the tribe of girl raccoons from Mighty Knothead' haze the boys as a right of passage.
Stare and Stare Alike!:
The two beavers have a staring contest that doesn't halt for anything... even the result of their long-awaited contest on TV.
I am Not an Animal I'm Scientist #1:
One of those weird scientists with the white coats is turned into a beaver and outmasters the two brothers with his new technological dam.
After a Russian spacecraft crashes into the dam and makes a huge hole, Daggett and Norbert argue over who will fix the dam and clean up the mess. Norbert fails in his attempt to trick Daggett, so they assume each other's identity in a contest to see who can stand to be the other for the longest amount of time.
Easy Peasy Rider:
The Beavers are terrorised by a mean biker gang, but Dag thinks that being a biker is really cool.
Pass It On:
In a Beaver version of "Are You Afraid Of The Dark" Norb, Dag and all their pals (Treeflower, Truckee, Barry the Bear, Bing and Stump) tell a campfire story which is on the on the verge of outrageous.
Stump's Family Reunion:
Daggett and Norbert accompany Stump to his family reunion because Stump is a bit leery about meeting his woody kinfolk. Norb warns Dag not to embarrass him like he usually does. However, Norb gets a headache which causes him to become delirious and ends embarrassing Daggett in front of Stump's family, who aren't too happy about two wood-eating creatures being at their reunion.
In Search of Big Byoo-Tox:
Unsneaky Dag enlists the help of a big hairy guy he thinks is the elusive creature, Big Byoo-Tox, to teach him his stealthy ways so he can take a toy away from his brother Norb.
When the scientist's neon-red "stupidity potion" ends up in the forest pond, all the animals begin to behave like idiots, including Norbert. Dag is the only animal who doesn't drink the potion and thus thinks that he has been left out of a new and exciting game. Not to be outdone, Daggett deliberately drinks the "stupidity potion," but finds out that he's immune to it. This turns out to be a good thing for the scientist and creatures of the forest, as Dag's belches become an antidote for the potion.