It's the ultimate April Fools Day in O-Town as Rocko, Filburt, and Heffer try their best practical jokes on one another./Filburt's impending fatherhood is jeopordized by the Easter Bunny's fiendishly clever Lamaze class egg ring.
Rocko is unjustly imprisoned in the O-Town dog pound and incensed by he squalid conditions /When Heffer lands a part time job as an assistant greenskeeper at a prestigious golf course, he finds himself embroiled in Ed Bighead's office politics.
Heffer transforms Rocko from milquetoast to Terminator./Classic fairy tales take on a decidedly new twist when Rocko convinces Heffer to read to a sick Filburt from "The Really, Really Big Book of Fairy Tales."
After suffering some ribbing from Rocko and Filburt, Heffer decides to move out of his parents home and strike out on his own./Rocko and Heffer's visit to a fortune teller channels them into danger when the spirit of Mortimer Khan possesses Spunky.
When a clown's truck breaks down in front of his house, Ed Bighead begins to lead a double life./Rocko's behind earns him a place among the beautiful people of the fashion world when he becomes the spokes-wallaby for "Wedgie Boy" undergarments.
Heffer and Filburt introduce Rocko to the all-American pastime of "Ding-Dong-Ditch."/Filburt, the obsessive collector of bird wigs, takes Rocko along for his biggest score: the wig of an American Balding Eagle!
Heffer and Filburt hypnotize Rocko into thinking he's a dog./Rocko, after unwittingly being recruited as Mrs. Wolfe's driving instructor, finds himself riding shotgun in a deadly game of chicken against the ultimate demolition derby car.
Heffer overdoses on Pasture Puffies and is rushed to the hospital./In the O-Town of the far-flung future, Gilbert and Norbert -- descendants of a now ancient Filburt -- discover the remains of an old banana.
The special plans for Rocko's first Thanksgiving go awry when the turkey's of O-Town escape and take refuge in Rocko's house./The residents of O-Town engage in an argument about the correct origin of the town.