Buster comes home from his world travels; a musical moose sums up Buster's concerns about fitting it.
A fire drill; reading.
Arthur and Muffy become best friends after they rescue Wilbur Bunny; Brain won't let Sue Ellen help on their school project.
Francine and Muffy discover that their ancestors weren't famous; "The Magic Toolbox" TV show comes to Mr. Ratburn's class.
D.W. thinks she is dying after eating a green potato chip, a story her mom tells everyone, including the local newspaper.
Binky claims he has been framed by a graffiti artist; Binkymania runs wild in Elwood City.
Arthur wants a Woogle since everyone else has one; Arthur is afraid of what dessert his father will make for a school party.
Sue Ellen and Fern change their images; Binky steals Buster's joke for his oral report.
Buster starts an archaeological craze when he finds an arrowhead; Arthur attends a medieval fair.
The Tibbles play rough when when they pretend to have superpowers; D.W. tries to trick the Tooth Fairy into giving her more money.
The gang hopes that dealing with the Tibble twins will be easier when one gets sick; Arthur and his friends make music videos.
Sue Ellen is frightened by a howling noise coming from the woods; D.W. has fun playing with her grandmother's porcelain doll.
George becomes popular when he takes up ventriloquism; Francine cannot help falling in love with kittens.
Arthur and D.W. fear divorce when their parents have a big fight; D.W. thinks she wasted the first five years of her life.
Arthur and D.W. work together to clean their rooms so they can go the park; Arthur has the winter blues.