"A Line in the Sandwich". To make money to buy a new toy, Andy and Rodney set up a cart selling sandwiches. But when the sandwiches are a big hit, is it because of Andy's secret sauce, or the ridiculous hat Rodney wears while selling them? Depends on who you talk to! / "Tree for Two". When Andy's toy rocket gets stuck in the top of the tallest tree in the park, Rodney dusts off his long-dormant tree-climbing skills to retrieve it. It's an Everest-type tale of courage and redemption, without much courage or redemption.
"Scout’s Dishonor". On a camping trip with the Badger Scouts, Andy makes a fun new enemy - the annoying Kyle Finkster! While tagging along with Andy on said camping trip, Rodney makes a fun new enemy - Kyle's obnoxious parrot, Salty Mike! Mayhem obviously ensues. / "Andy Had A Little Squirrel". The other pets in the pet parade can do lots of cool, exciting tricks, which makes Rodney look bad. So Rodney becomes determined to prove he can perform ridiculous stunts as well, which is a bad idea, especially when those stunts involve dressing in a rocket suit.
"The Big Haggle Hassle". Rodney shows off his haggling expertise at the flea market, and before long he's given away all of Andy's money, lost a ceramic figure Mr. J desperately wanted, and incurred the wrath of security and several merchants. All while wearing a moose head. / "Rolling Blunder". Rodney and Mr. J both want to help Andy win the melon-crate derby, but they want it so bad they forget to include him when they build their carts. Andy seeks counsel from a kilt-wearing nemesis of Mr. J's - and angers his dad by taking up his foe's plaid mantle.
"Born to be Mild". After Rodney is accidentally left behind while the Johnson's go on vacation, he goes to bunk with Leon in the wild. But Leon isn't about to let Rodney off easy, and is determined to school his "pet" pal in the ways of the "wild" life, baby! / "Yer Out!". Rodney and Mr. J become managers of rival baseball teams, but neither will let Andy play. Then, with two outs at the bottom of the ninth, benchwarmer Andy just might be the star batter both managers need.
"The Hairy Truth". Andy and Rodney compete to be the faces of Furlock, a new pet hair gel from international hair icon and fancypants, Manzio. Their quest puts Mr. J back in touch with the hair he once had, and the freewheelin' lifestyle that came with it. / "Best of Best Friends". Andy and Rodney have a falling out and hold auditions to find new best friends. Is neighborhood wallflower Oscar equipped to be Andy's best friend? Or Rodney's? Or both at the same time? Is anyone equipped for that?
"Up All Night" Andy and Rodney are determined to stay up all night in order to see the legendary Yellow Flash in the sky. But extreme overtiredness, being hopped up on sugar, and dealing with a homemade Pancake Man could keep them from viewing the once-in-a-lifetime show! / "Pool for Love" Building a pool in the backyard would wreck Leon's tree, which is the last thing Rodney wants. Then it's the FIRST thing Rodney wants, when cute squirrel Darlene wants to go swimming. How will Rodney reconcile, and who has to get hurt in the process?
Richard Steven Horvitz
Rodney J. Squirrel
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