Doug, the new kid in Bluffington, is tricked into believing that he must catch a strange beast called a Neematoad as part of his initiation to the town. When Doug realizes that he's the victim of a practical joke, he turns the tables on the pranksters with the help of his dog Porkchop.
Rocko and Heffer go to a carnival and learn the secret to winning a carnival game./Rocko and Spunky cool off on a hot summer day by spending a nice relaxing day at the beach.
Ickis, Krumm, and Oblina hit the human world on Halloween night with disastrous results.
Arnold and Gerald are cast as a banana and a strawberry in their school play which is written and directed by Helga. / Arnold wrecks Eugene's brand new bike.
Helga accidentally drops her journal full of love poems about Arnold into a pile of Gerald's books. Arnold and Gerald discover the journal and are astounded to find Arnold the object of such ardor. The boys are determined to find out who wrote the poems. Meanwhile, Helga desperately tries to recover the journal before Arnold reads the last page -- the one with her signature on it. Arnold's class goes on a field trip to the aquarium where Arnold waits in anticipation to see Lockjaw, the infamous "terror of the deep." When Lockjaw turns out to be an old tortoise with a graffiti covered shell, the other kids make fun of him and pelt his shell with garbage. Arnold feels sorry for him and conspires with Grandma to free the 400 hundred pound tortoise.
On the arrival of the second litter, Norb and Dag are turned out of their parents dam. They struggle through several attempts at "alternative housing" before establishing a dam of their own. / Norb and Dag's novel idea to stay awake all night quickly slides into chronic sleep deprivation.
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