Ozu sends his cast out to discover the identity of the real-life superhero, Masked Tanooki.
When Mitsuki vanishes on the bullet train, Mikey must convince his friends that something is not right. Ozu and Yes Man have a falling out.
The cast panics when Ozu hires Ken Katsumoto, a script doctor famous for killing off characters. Guano becomes a talk show celebrity.
As the cast takes a leisurely excursion to Ozu’s country home, they suddenly find that they are being pursued by a gang of actual kappas.
Mikey and Gonard’s relationship is strained when Gonard eats a radioactive sandwich and becomes superintelligent.
Ozu’s rivalry with another producer leads him to risk everything on their annual inter-show baseball game.
Mikey steals an artificial intelligence chip from Beef and installs it in a motorcycle, creating a talking bike with a bad attitude. Lily’s efforts to improve her public image make her very popular among the Viking community.
When Mikey loses a special retainer given to him by Ozu, he and Lily must travel to the peak of Mt. Fuji to get a new one. Guano is carted off to the zoo when his panda costume proves too convincing.
After a visit to the Tokyo Fish Market, Mikey becomes pals with a captive squid and decides he must free it. Guano uses a new gel that makes his fur incredibly sticky.
Unhappy with their recent performance, Ozu sends the LilyMu gang to acting camp. Gonard accidentally finds his way to a cheerleading camp instead.
When Mikey finds out that Mitsuki has secretly had a crush on him, the love triangle between Mikey, Mitsuki and Lily comes to a head. A la "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," Guano and Gonard visit the factory that makes Jumpy Yum Yums, a new candy bar that has as much sugar as an entire Hawaiian cane field.
A mysterious stranger from Mitsuki's past comes back to convince her to return to the life of espionage and intrigue she once led.
Realizing that Mikey lacks a father figure in Japan, Ozu takes Mikey under his wing and the two do some "father-son" bonding. Tempers flare when they go on a deep sea fishing trip and a shark attacks their boat. Elsewhere, Guano adopts an abandoned Jungle Crow and attempts to raise it as his own in the urban environment of Tokyo.
Mikey is excited when Ozu sells LilyMu's broadcasting rights to America, but is furious when he sees that they reedited the show to make the more marketable Guano the star. Gonard and Lily use their bonuses to pay a native of Buttstonia to perform menial chores for them.
While shooting on location in the park, Mikey pulls an ancient magical sword from a stone. Mikey argues with his friends when they want him to use his sword for their amusement, but ultimately they must come to his rescue when a dragon captures him.
Ozu's cool, irresponsible brother Brozu visits the set. He announces that because he was born first, he owns 51% of the show and will be running things for a while. When he fires Ozu and makes Mikey the producer, Mikey's friends must cope with his unusual management style.
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