The boys set out to pop Crash's giant pimple, only to have it grow as a second head named Tucker.
Crash talks his way onto a space shuttle and during the flight literally flushes himself out into space.
After Crash eats a book on how to be a mechanic, he develops the ability to fix vehicles and becomes "Grease Monkey" Crash.
Crash encounters what appears to be Bigfoot and a determined Wyatt sets out to get photo evidence.
Crash and Wyatt are grounded and have to stay home while Mel takes the girls out for the day.
Crash sets out to create his own holiday that combines his favorite elements of other holidays as well as his own wild touches.
Wyatt's father, Karl Bernstein returns from his globetrotting adventures.
Crash challenges tough guy action movie star, Jake Mahoney to a wrestling match.
Crash and Wyatt are mistakenly invited to join a fraternity.
Wyatt is forced by Crash to enter the school's long standing and bizarre cup stacking competition.
In Health class, Wyatt, Crash and Pesto are assigned to take care of an egg for an entire day.
Wyatt and Crash are bummed when the PTA implements new rules that take the fun out of fright week.
Wyatt, Crash and Pesto establish a sweet new clubhouse in an abandoned factory.
Crash is in danger after Wyatt learns of a recall on Bestie dolls due to a combustibility issue.
Mr. Poulos puts Crash and Wyatt through a power tool boot camp.
Crash is introduced to the "Cassie" voice assistant app and barrages it with nonsensical questions.
Wyatt Bernstein, the only boy in his family, creates a puppet he names Crash who comes to life as the brother he always wanted.
Crash and Wyatt are always finding new ways to get themselves into trouble, but no matter how crazy things get, they remain best bros to the end.
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