Tripp and the guys prepare for a gig when Tripp's dad, Jack Campbell, arrives to apologize for not keeping in touch. Sensing that his dad is just passing through again, Tripp keeps on his guard until Jack reveals that he plans to retire.
With a new album on the way, Iron Weasel's producer Simon Craig tells the guys that he is throwing them a record release party and they are stoked! But he also reveals that he's signing Metalwolf and has big plans for the two bands to work together.
Tripp learns about an Iron Weasel cover band called "Mini Weasel" that is playing a cover band festival in the area and the band sets out to storm the festival, throw the cover band off the stage, and prove to skeptics that they can still rock.
When he discovers the Weasels having a toxic waste fight at school, Principal Jenkins deduces that they are terrible influences on Tripp. Horrified that Beth left the rockers to look after her son, Jenkins sends a social services rep to investigate.
Principal Jenkins has asked Iron Weasel to perform in a "stay in school" PSA, but unbeknownst to them the ad makes them look like idiots and reveals to the public that they are high school dropouts.
Metalwolf, still seeking revenge for Iron Weasel stealing the Super Bowl halftime show, announces that they are playing the upcoming school dance instead of Iron Weasel. The only way to settle this they have a Pain Olympics.
During Prank Week, the Weasels seek revenge on Tripp for last year. But when Principal Jenkins enters in the middle of a prank at school, he ends up covered in slime and feathers and expels Tripp on the spot.
Tripp learns that Izzy is planning to run for class president, she just has to beat the school stud Bryce Johnson, who is also BFF's with Principal Jenkins. After a run in with Bryce, Tripp also enters himself into the election.
After Tripp sells the band van without consulting Derek, the band must duel with twelve-year-old LARPing (live action role playing) king Billy in order to get the van back.
On their way to an Iron Weasel concert in New York City, the Weasels board Simon's private plane and prepare for a leisurely flight. But due to a misunderstanding, they soon realize they are on the wrong jet and their pilot Sherman is still a student.
Tripp is dating Gia, the hot new girl at school, but has a small problem... she is the new principal's daughter!
When Tripp learns the Weasels spent half their record advance money on a chocolate statue, he sets out to teach them a lesson about responsibilty. He hides the rest of the money in his guitar case, leaving the guys to conclude that it was stolen.
With the fire repairs completed, the Weasels decide to surprise Beth by refurnishing the house while she's gone. Kurt Dirkman, host of Yo, Check My House, shows up with his camera crew and wants the Weasels to show off their new pad on the show.
With the house in repair after the fire, the Weasels cohabitate in the garage, and quickly get too close for comfort. Producer Simon Craig offers them a squat in his mansion, but they must babysit Chucky that night while Simon hosts a swanky party.
After destroying a vase, Beth gives the Weasels an ultimatum: this is their last chance to become more considerate or they must move out. When she heads off, the Weasels throw a "One More Chance Party," resulting in a huge fire in the living room.
The Weasels offer to babysit their new producer's step-son so he can take some time to relax. But the Weasels are caught off guard when they discover his step-son is evil Chucky.
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