Brendon, Jason and Melissa attend Camp Campingston Falls for the summer, home to stifling heat and crappy music counselors. Meanwhile, McGuirk's camping trip with The Crywalkers, a sensitive men's group, turns out to be not entirely about the free food.
Brendon gets in trouble for making a movie about a foul-mouthed robot, and Paula gets out the curse jar. Meanwhile, Melissa gets jealous when her dad, Erik, wants to date a woman from his journal writing class.
Cheating-- McGuirk's got to pass his driving exam. Fat chance. He coerces Melissa into helping him; and Brendon, in addition to being blackmailed by classmates to steal the answers to the test, has to deal with Jason's crush on the new girl Penny, who's just a big of an oddball as Jason. Life sucks when you're eight sometimes.
Brendon's lucky goal ruins the record of the other team's uptight star goalie, Cho, who then moves in for revenge. Cho's team's choice of game music brings back some long-repressed memories for McGuirk.
Laid up with a leg injury, Brendon spies on his new neighbor, Raymond Burley, who quite possibly may be involved in some potentially suspicious behavior. Coach McGuirk finds a life-changing pamphlet that leads him to bartending school.
Brendon, Jason and Melissa are assigned a family tree project in school. Meanwhile, when Coach McGuirk's discount laser eye surgery somehow goes wrong, he becomes an occasionally blind possible prophet.
After the Brendon, Jason and Melissa's latest movie is berated in a focus group, the kids begin wondering when they lost their passion for filmmaking. They return to their roots and and try to inspire themselves by watching the first film they ever made, only to find that they never created an ending. As Jason and Melissa set out to produce a conclusion, Brendon finds his creativity diluted and wonders whether he should stop looking at life through a camera lens. Meanwhile, Paula asks McGuirk to set up her new backyard grill. Jason becomes disillusioned with what the ...