Gomez persuades Morticia to hold a gallery showing of her best art works as part of a charity art show at Wednesday and Pugsley's school. While Norman Normanmeyer stays by his phone awaiting a call for an important client, Normina plans to find a way to sabotage Morticia's art show.
Wednesday, Pugsley, and Thing learn that Lurch wants to be a cowboy. Lurch takes some time off to and Uncle Fester ends up taking Lurch's housework. The local foreman named Buck plans to sabotage Lurch's cowboy training.
Wednesday and Pugsley tell Uncle Fester the story of Jack and Jill who receive magic beans from the Big Bad Wolf. Uncle Fester reads his latest comic called "Festerman Returns" to Wednesday and Thing. Thing wants to deliver the Addams Family mail on his own while a female mail carrier insists on doing it.
Pugsley has fallen in love with Shella, the school's most popular girl. Wednesday isn't happy with that. Pugsley drinks a normalizing formula and distance himself from the family. Norman Normanmeyer is delighted with Pugsley's change.
Grandmama has lost her psychic abilities. She must return to Crystal Rock to get them back. Wednesday and Pugsley enter a disguised Thing into the Watch-Pets Competition where the pets are stolen by Harry Palmer. Uncle Fester sings about his life experiences.
Wednesday and Pugsley are off on a summer camp. They are placed in Camp Holler run by D.I. Holler instead of Camp Holly. Wednesday's doll Marie is presumed to have burned in the fireplace. So Lurch offers to serve as the doll. Norman and Normina sing a blues song explaining to N.J. why they hate the Addams Family.
Wednesday is excited winning a competition to have horror-themed TV host Graveyard Gary visit her home. Gomez is supportive, but jealous that Wednesday is more inspired by Gary than him. Pugsley is the only one who hasn't mastered his own dance. Thing decides to help him. Grandmama hosts her own question show.