Becky is making a scrapbook of her hero for a school project and Roy is eager to know who Becky's hero is. When Roy's curiosity lands him in the scrapbook, will they be able to get him out or will he be stuck in her glitterverse?
Roy is excited about the O'Brien's pirate barbecue. When Roy hears his neighbour Barbara talk about Mr Barker's fishing obsession, he becomes convinced that his goldfish is in danger. Finn is Roy's best friend, and he'll do anything to save him.
Roy becomes a genie in a teapot at the local fair. Roy, Becky and Tristan sell wares for Mrs Barker, but mean stallholder Stacy loses them a sale. Will their trick help them beat Stacy or will they learn that working together is the best policy?
Roy and Becky can't stand still and behave themselves for the O'Brien's family photo. Instructed by Maura to be as quiet as a mouse, Roy becomes entranced by Mr Barker's camera flash and turns into one. The problem is, how will Roy change back?
Roy fears Bill and Mr Jones will ruin the atmosphere at the family barbecue with their ultra competitiveness. Becky, Tristan and Roy decide to teach them the importance of teamwork to make them friends instead of rivals.
Roy accidentally breaks Becky's tiara that she absolutely loves. As Roy's guilt grows, so does he! But will he let her think she broke the tiara or will he listen to the angel on his shoulder and come clean?
Roy finds it hard to spend a Saturday without Becky. Roy is determined to make a photo frame for Becky's return, but will he be able to manage without her help or will he take down the house with glitter while trying?
Roy's frustration gets the better of him when building the Mega Tall Tower of Titans with Tristan. Will his family and friends help teach Roy that lightening up and laughing at yourself is best, or will Roy's fury steam-roll their barbecue plans?
Roy doesn't feel like his normal self when he gets separated from his shadow. With the help of Becky and Bill, Roy communicates with his shadow and convinces him that they belong together to make one another feel complete.
Roy eats too much pizza and drinks too much soda and turns into a floating pizza slice! Friends and family gather around to help bring Roy back down to earth, but will they be able to help him see that it's best to have everything in moderation?
Roy is disappointed that his 'lazy' Sunday of hanging out with the family won't be happening. He sulks, hoping it will change everyone's minds. But as his frustration grows, so does he, turning into the Incredible Sulk! When he can't stop it growing, huge tears begin flooding the garden. Will Roy...
Roy wakes up extra early on a Saturday morning and decides to surprise his parents with breakfast in bed. Struggling to make pancakes by himself, Roy is delighted when Becky offers to help him make something simpler. Roy is happy when Maura and Bill thank him for his kind gesture. But his happine...
Roy sees a strange blue light in the garden and convinces Tristan it's aliens! Despite reassurance from Maura, Roy's imagination goes into overdrive, as Tristan and himself gather together an alien detective kit and search for clues of extraterrestrial activity.
Roy and Becky practice ballroom dancing with Mr and Mrs Barker to surprise Bill and Maura at their wedding anniversary party. When the time comes to perform, Roy is struck down by terrible stage fright and ends up freezing frame.
Roy is delighted when Bill gives him a toy DIY kit to play with. Bill and Mr Barker warn Roy to be careful with his toy hammer, but he ignores the advice and accidentally whacks his thumb. Roy tries to hide his swollen, grumpy thumb from Bill, but learns that lying to hide the truth eventually be...
Roy is upset that his thought bubbles keep giving him away and getting him in trouble, and he wants to stop thinking. Will Roy continue to believe that his thought bubbles are a weakness or will he see that being a cartoon boy can be an advantage?
Roy can't wait to play with Mr Barker's new train set. However, a bout of cartoon hiccups soon get in the way as his hiccups cause him to bounce, crash and splat his way through the house and garden. Roy fears the hiccups will last forever.
Roy and Mr Jones are helping Barbara clear out her garden shed when they discover Reg's old ventriloquist dummy. Roy discovers he can perform his own version of ventriloquism by peeling his mouth off his face and throwing it like a baseball.
Roy thinks he has found a new talent - street dancing. However, Becky is devastated when his energetic moves ruin her school project and shuts herself in her room. Roy tries his best to put the project back together, but it isn't enough to cheer Becky up. If his groovy street-dancing moves only c...
Roy feels left out when all his family and friends get nits. However, when Roy contracts cartoon nits of his own he is delighted and despite protestations from Bill and Maura for him to wash his hair, Roy refuses to abandon his new best friends.
Roy loses Tristan's handheld game and goes on a full-scale detective mission to find it. However, Roy keeps jumping to the wrong conclusions and accusing the wrong people, only making the situation worse. Will Detective Roy find Tristan's game?
Roy ponders what to make Maura for Mother's Day. Becky's present is impressive and Roy wants to match her efforts. Roy despairs when his perfect gift, a pet snail, escapes, but learns a valuable lesson in the process.
Roy is impressed by Becky and Holly when they show him the numerous badges they have earned from the Girl Scouts by learning new skills. Roy is eager to earn a badge of his own. Maura suggests Roy can earn badges by helping her around the house. Roy happily assists his Mam when she installs a new...
Roy is excited about going to the park to climb trees with Becky and Tristan. When Maura tells Roy he is too small to climb trees, Roy decides he is sick of being small and stretches himself out until he ends up eight feet tall.
Roy is playing football by himself in the garden when he notices his dad having a great time on the Barkers' back lawn. Bill invites Roy to join him and play with Mr Barker's prized collection of toy soldiers.
Roy realises that Christmas is about giving presents as well as getting them, but he doesn't have anything for Maura and Bill. Heading to Santa's grotto, they're stopped by the massive queue.