Fiddlin' Around: While at the music store shopping for a new instrument for Todd, Riley convinces Dick and Agent K to let her buy a violin. K, a classically trained violinist herself, sets Riley up with her old violin instructor who tries to teach Riley to play classically, but the problem is that Riley really wants to play the violin like her idol Susie May, a country fiddlin' superstar. This, of course, creates problems eventually leading to Riley calling Fleemco to replace the violin instructor with Susie May. In the end though, will letting K down be more important to Riley than getting the chance to play the fiddle the way that she dreams of?
Field Trippin: Todd and Riley, accompanied by a few of their classmates, go on a fieldtrip to an ancient archaeological site famous for it's 'supposed' treasure hidden somewhere on the grounds that has yet to be found. Todd is convinced to find it and while Riley is not completely against the idea, she prefers to go about it using her maps and knowledge of the past. But, Todd and Riley both find it hard to do any treasure hunting because of their uptight chaperone that won't let them do anything, so they decide to have him replaced with an avid treasure hunter who just might let them get away with a little too much.moreless