Just as Jarvis and Piper finally begin their relationship, Piper is discovered by a record producer who wants to immediately whisk her away from Jarvis on a two-year tour. Piper is left to choose between the guy she's always loved, and the career she's always dreamed of. Unable to make this decision on her own, Piper saddles Jarvis with the biggest decision of their lives.
When Bowie is captured while investigating a knock-off Knickknack company, the gang must fly to Meeskatania to save Bowie and put an end to the knockoffs.
Jarvis is depressed after seeing Piper with her new boyfriend, and Bowie tries to cheer Jarvis up by getting him to update Dig It Dragon - a lighthearted Knickknack toy from the 1960s. Jarvis's alterations take the toy from fun and happy to dark and depressing. Meanwhile, Candace jumps through hoops to adopt Adelaide.
When Knox pretends he's the president of Knickknack to impress his successful businessman father, Jarvis is willing to play along. Piper takes advantage of her "new boss" and uses the opportunity to clone a tiny dinosaur, which runs amok at Knickknack.
Piper attempts to get into a concert to show a famous punk rocker her new toy guitar. Meanwhile, Jarvis gets in over his head when he gets a tattoo to impress Piper.
When Jarvis creates a construction worker doll for girls, based on a tough, real-life female construction worker without her permission, she shows up at Knickknack, looking for answers.
Mundane comedy plays superficial characters for laughs.
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