The ball is in Skip's hands when the show needs someone to fight for it at the network, or it will be cancelled.
Roland is pressured to quit the animation business and follow in his father's footsteps -- as a dentist. Meanwhile, the staff consider changing the show when a parents group vote it one of the most violent kids' programs on TV.
The gang begin to suspect that Skip and Andrea are romantically involved. Meanwhile, Marty isn't happy about his friend's new girlfriend -- Sheree.
Skip helps come up with the cash to fund Andrea's film project, yet doesn't get the thanks one might think.
In hopes of being smarter, Sheree decides to finally get her high school diploma, and Brooks gives her a helping hand -- and a little something extra.
Marty's plagiarism becomes Skip's problem.
Aggie plans to attend a reunion with her old Navy pals, but when she can't scrounge a date, she asks Skip to accompany her.
Skip learns that no good deed goes unpunished when he gives Ginger a job she doesn't deserve and Marty's script a kinder review than it deserves.
A series of mishaps arise when the staff attend the Annies, where Buddy is to receive a posthumous award.
Someone must fill Buddy's shoes as the Dippy Duck showrunner. But who?
Skip Tarkenton finds his dream of becoming an animator coming true a lot sooner than he expected when he arrives L.A.