Tom and his alley cat pals are laughing as they watch home movies involving Tom outwitting Spike but Jerry decides to let the bulldog know about it.
Jerry gets painted white and sold by Tom as there is a new desire to get white mice.
Tom and Jerry are touring through Naples and they encounter an Italian mouse.
A depressed baby duck thinks he is ugly after reading "The Ugly Duckling" and wants Tom to eat him but Jerry keeps preventing that.
Tom must get rid of Jerry or he won't be getting anymore food while he is on the ranch.
Jerry rescues some puppies and Tom doesn't want the one that followed him home around.
Tom reads Jerry's best selling book, "Life with Tom" and experiences some flahsbacks.
Tom is the lesson when Spike is teaching his son Tyke the facts about chasing cats.
Tom chasing Jerry around always destroys Spike's efforts to build his own dog house.
Jerry helps out Spike by removing a tack from his foot and the bulldog helps him out by beating up Tom.
Tom plans on capturing an escaped baby seal from the circus for the big reward but Jerry befriends the seal and tries to stop him.
Hunting in the woods, Tom wounds a duckling, little Quacker, who is doctored by Jerry.
Tom and Jerry are forced to take care of a baby because the babysitter is more interested in talking on the phone.
Jerry and Tom go back and forth framing each other for their misdeeds.
Jerry gets involved in a tennis match between Tom and Butch when a lot of bad luck starts happening.
Tom gets tired of chasing Jerry so he takes a seat and finds Jerry's Diary which he checks out.
Jerry hides in Spike and Tyke's basket to escape from Tom but a food fight erupts between all of them including an army of ants as they all vie for control of the basket.moreless
Jerry is forced to take care of a baby woodpecker and try to avoid Tom while doing it.
Tom accidentally grabs Tyke, Spike the bulldog's son, when he is trying to get to Jerry.