Tommy breaks his plans to go the Big Ball Game with Grandpa, so Grandpa decides to take Dil instead. Upon seeing how well Dil and Grandpa are getting along, Tommy worries that he is being replaced as favorite grandson.
Sick of her family acting like zombies, Didi decides to get rid of all the TVs in their house. Tommy and Dil are distraught over this; as are their friends when their parents also decide to get rid of their televisions.
Dil has gotten a hold of a one of kind, reportedly real alien autopsy tape. He and the gang can't wait to watch it, but their plans are impinged upon when both Grandpa Lou and Grandpa Boris decide to baby-sit them.
Fed up with the annoyance that cell phones cause at school, Kimi decides to start a petition to ban cell phones. Angelica, an avid cell phone lover, decides to start her own counter petition, but no one will sign it because no one likes Angelica.
Tommy and Rachel break up because Rachel's family is moving away. Surprisingly, Tommy feels okay. His friends, however, are convinced that Tommy is in denial and they go over board trying to help Tommy cope with his grief.
Angelica has always talked her way up from bad grades with her powers of persuasion. But her usual methods are thwarted by the dreamy new substitute, Mr. Fisk.
Tommy has procrastinated on his science project, a mouse maze and it is now due in just a few days. Chuckie promises to help Tommy since he did an amazing job on the same project the year before.
The rats are up in the Finster attic searching for Halloween costumes when they discover a carving of a heart and the initials "T.P. + K.P." in the heart. Everyone immediately questions Tommy who claims he doesn't know anything about the heart.
Chuckie and crew are watching a "Trading Spaces" type show when Tommy notices that Kimi seems upset.
Tired of being called perfect and on the edge of boring, Susie tries to go "bad." Her efforts, however, fall short of notice until she completely changes her style.
When Phil starts crushing on Lil's best friend, Wally, Lil ends up feeling out of the loop. After lying to Wally to break them up, only then does Lil realize how strong Phil's feelings really are and she needs to work hard to patch up both relationships.
Feeling neglected at home, Angelica goes to live with the Carmichaels for a week, thinking she will be appreciated there. But she discovers that they live by a strict, regimented schedule of chores, responsibilities, and schedules.
At the megaplex, Angelica discovers that the Rats have snuck into a PG-13 movie, and plots her blackmail.
Just as Tommy feels a need for some personal space away from Dil, the Rats are sent to circus camp at the fabulous Cirque du Extravaganza. Dil is pegged to join the contortionists and he is invited to join them on the road.
When Charlotte is downsized out of her CEO position at MegaCorp, she reacts by attempting to become a supermom. She decides to be Angelica's best friend, enrolling them in several mother/daughter activities, resulting in endless embarrassments.
Harold wants to ask Angelica to the Mardi Gras party but she only has eyes for Darryl. Susie plays Pygmalion until but this only leads to Harold starting to fall for Susie instead.
Dil investigates some paranormal activity at Camp Everwood!
Tommy, Phil & Lil skip school to go to a soccer game!
It's boxcar racing time!
Angelica's determined to make Chuckie cool.
Angelica celebrates her 13th birthday in style...well, at least, her style.
Tommy takes his final bow.
A family tree projects leads Kimi to research her Japanese heritage.
Phil is starting to see girls in a whole new light...
Stu takes over Tommy's science fair project...
Can Dil save Tommy from Francine? And should he?
Lil joins the soccer team and becomes an instant superstar!
Susie has two competitions on the same day!
Angelica may be the world's worst candy-striper!
Dil & Susie play matchmater...for different couples!
The Sulky Boys are coming to town...and tickets are $100 apiece!
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