Bobby joins the school’s academic team, where he specializes in pop culture, but the stress proves too much for him to handle.
Bobby joins the school's academic team, where he specializes in pop culture, but the stress proves too much for him to handle.
T-Bone gets a new sweater, but when Mac teases him about it he gets too embarrassed to wear it. He soon learns that it’s not what you wear that makes others like you. When family friend Skyscraper Jackson comes to visit, Emily worries that Clifford prefers the attentions of a super tall basketball player to the attentions of a short little girl. But Emily soon learns that love comes in all sizes.
Hank is horrified when Bobby joins a group of “witches” who want the boy to drink dog’s blood during one of their ceremonies.
Hank is horrified when Bobby joins a group of "witches" who want the boy to drink dog's blood during one of their ceremonies.
Mac wants to join the pop band T-Bone has put together, but has a hard time finding where his talents fit in. With the help of his good friends, Mac discovers he has a special talent for writing. When a famous dog champion Oscar Owen Bright Like The Sun comes to Birdwell, the dogs go out of their way to impress him. But they soon learn that the best way to impress someone is to just be yourself.
Cleo discovers her grandmother was a Queen – and that makes her a Princess! She begins to enjoy all the privileges she believes come with being a Princess – but soon learns that her friends are more important to her than any crown or title could ever be. Skyscraper Jackson has come to Birdwell Island for a big exhibition game, which Charley wouldn’t miss for anything – except a bad cold. But Emily, Vaz and Jetta each write a story about the game for Charley from their different points of view. Charley gets to relive the game through his friend’s stories and they have a lot of fun writing and reading them to him.
When Clifford accidentally gives himself a bath with tie-dye dyes, he ends up looking like a T-shirt from the ‘60’s! Not wanting to upset Emily, he tries to hide the fact. But soon learns that he can tell the truth to Emily because Emily understands that everyone makes mistakes. Mary has always been afraid to perform in front of an audience. But with the help and support of her friend Emily, Mary is able to overcome her stage fright.
Equipment is disappearing from the local playground and it’s up to K.C., inspired by the Detective Mike books he likes so much, to figure out what happened. He enlists the help of Clifford and the gang to form the “Doggy Detectives” to solve the mystery and the whole gang soon discovers the joy of discovery available in reading a good book! Because she thinks camping is going to be boring, Jetta tries to bring all the comforts of home into the woods. But she soon realizes that there’s more than one way to have a good time – and sometimes the simple way is just perfect.
A visiting dog influences Clifford to do things that he knows aren't right. But Clifford soon learns that he can has the strength of character to stand up for himself and what he believes. Ms. Carrington is getting married and the kids speculate about what kind of teacher “Mrs. Grumbly” will be. Based on her name, they assume she will not be very nice. But they soon learn that you can’t judge someone until you’ve actually met them.
Cleo and T-Bone notice how often Clifford is able to use his large size to help out. But when the kittens, Billy and Betty, get stuck in a tree, the little dogs learn that you don’t have to be big to be helpful. When kittens Betty and Billy insist on playing in Mr. Bleakman’s yard, Clifford does his best to keep them out. But when they wreak havoc in the yard, Clifford gets the blame from Mr. Bleakman! Mr. Bleakman learns that it’s not fair to judge a situation until you have all the facts.
It’s raining and Cleo’s going stir-crazy with boredom! But Clifford comes to her rescue by helping her to imagine an exciting action/adventure story. Mr. Bleakman and Clifford save the day when a big power failure threatens to paralyze Birdwell Island.
JD (Zach Braff) is riding high after correcting a misdiagnosis by Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley), but is jerked back to reality when he is unable to explain the death of his next patient. Meanwhile Elliot (Sarah Chalke) is struggling personally and professionally as she is forced to relinquish all of the luxuries that her father had been financing -- including her apartment -- and a malpractice suit is brought against her by a patient (guest star Alan Ruck, "Spin City") for saving his life. Carla (Judy Reyes) learns that sometimes it is better to keep her opinions to herself when the fallout of a conversation with Dr. Cox about his relationship with his ex-wife lands Jordan (guest star Christa Miller) in the hospital. Donald Faison, Ken Jenkins and Neil Flynn also star.
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