Larry tries to help when Bob's tonsils are removed; Jimmy and Jerry don't know what to feed their pet guppy, so they turn to Laura Carrot for advice.
When Mayor Archibald asks Bob to write a speech, Larry zaps him with a silly ray; Bob wants to keep all the S’mores for himself on a camping trip.
Petunia worries that an accidentally delivered monster truck won't work for her; Mayor Archibald's job is threatened when Tom Celeriac runs for mayor.
Bob, Larry and Mr. Lunt want to be cops after watching the show "Officer Stache"; Bob promises to take care of Ichabeezer when he gets the sniccups.
Petunia's flytrap grows out of control after deciding she should be featured in "Plant Snob Monthly"; LarryBoy and Junior Jetpack work to stop Motato.
Mayor Archibald asks Larry to teach him to ride a bike so he can join the bike-a-thon; Larry's tag game obsession forces everyone to stay indoors.
Laura Carrot becomes friends with the new girl, Callie Flower; Laura takes whining too far after Ichaneezer tells her it's how to get what she wants.
Tina Celerina becomes overwhelmed when she organizes two birthday parties at the same time; Junior Asparagus meets the new kid in school, Gary Garlic.
Motato sneaks into Captain Mike's space camp disguised as a kid so he can go to space; Junior Jetpack becomes obsessed with being famous.
Motato disguises himself in order to steal Bob's weather measuring machine; Larry and Ichabeezer trade places to experience each other's lives.
Bob and Larry try not to panic when they get locked out of the house; Ichabeezer spoils the fun when he joins Junior and Laura Carrot's baseball team.
Larry and Laura Carrot want to adopt puppies of their own. The Veggies try to hide from their troubles and each other in Pa Grape’s store.
Bob thinks having a mustache will change everything. Bob and Larry learn what it means to not go to bed angry.
Larry’s bad habits make it hard for Bob to do his new job. Bob and Jimmy want new roommates so they decide to swap and get surprising results.
Bob and Larry hatch a scheme to buy a monster truck. Pa Grape warns a freezing cold Petunia not to turn up the heat in his store.
Laura thinks she only has to dream she’s a great athlete to be a great athlete. It’s sour grapes for Madame Blueberry when she loses a baking contest.
Pa Grape adopts Jean Claude so they can compete in the Father-Son Day Celebration games; Larry convinces Petunia to let him take care of her plants.
Bob tries to get his name on the new generosity shelter; Larry and the veggies ignore warnings not to open the air-conditioning vent.
Bob and Larry take Ichabeezer on an adventure, doing things they think he wants to do; Pa Grape asks Madame Blueberry to sing a jingle for his store.
Larry opens a lemonade stand to raise money -- so he can buy a video game; Junior Asparagus recruits Laura Carrot and Larry to help him build a fort.
Pa Grape asks Larry to let the silly new guy help drive the ice-cream cart; LarryBoy is reluctant to save grumpy Ichabeezer from the nefarious Motato.
Motato is stealing birthdays with his evil De-Birthday-Ficator; Junior befriends a young "buffalorange," but Ichabeezer wants to capture the animal.
Larry gets sunglasses -- and an attitude -- after Jimmy and Jerry Gourd say he's not cool; Larry figures out how to get every comic book ever made.
Bob, Larry and Madame Blueberry accidentally flood the kitchen with burned popcorn; Motato captures Ichabeezer's beloved dog, Rooney.
Motato creates a radish super-soldier to hunt down LarryBoy; Junior and his friend Tiny Pea risk danger by sailing in the koi pond all by themselves.
Motato kidnaps pop star Jenna Chive when she visits the Veggie House; Larry finds the perfect toy pirate ship -- just as Ichabeezer loses his.
Larry wants to be a master chef but needs Bob's cooking skills to succeed; When Larry and Bob take the mayor camping, they all get lost in the woods.
When Motato shrinks Ichabeezer with his laser, Larry and Bob race to the rescue; Motato moves next door to Ichabeezer, and a wild neighbor war erupts.
To avoid arm wrestling with Ichabeezer, Larry tells a whopper, then must act on his lie; Larry vows to be more serious and seeks direction from Bob.
While taking a stunt driving class with Larry, Bob learns a valuable lesson; Bob faces a tough choice picking a fill-in conductor for the town train.
Bob tries to help Jimmy and Jerry conquer their messy habits; Bacon Bill becomes a solo beatbox sensation, much to "front man" Larry's dismay.
After Bob hides Larry's noisy rubber ducky, Larry tries to find it while sleepwalking; Madame Blueberry and Larry hunt for the mayor's lost monocle.
Larry wins a bulldozer. Then, egged on by his pals, he wrecks havoc with it; Ignoring Bob's advice, Larry sneaks a wild parakeet home from the woods.
Bob begs his way onto Larry's superhero team, then demands to lead it; Confident she will be a fun boss, Tina starts a volunteer fire department.
Enchanted by his new puppy, Ichabeezer neglects Rooney, who runs away; Larry's confidence takes a hit when his amazing cousin George visits.
Bob and Larry's friendship is tested when a TV producer takes over their comedy show; When Granny's cat disappears while under his care, Larry panics.
Bob feels sad when his pals buy all Larry's new Veggie trading cards except his; Bob and Larry must work together to stop a huge, rampaging Motato.
Pa tells Larry about the Good Samaritan while a stranded Ichabeezer waits in vain for help; Larry's impatience leads to a crazy trip to outer space.
When Bob's Bible study class turns into a car race, Larry urges him to compete; To stop Motato from camping on his lawn, Ichabeezer hires a Yambot.
Mr. Pea forces the gang to face their fears, only to discover a fear of his own. Ichabeezer moves away and discovers how special his home is.
After Mr. Lunt loses Junior's jetpack, he makes things worse by lying. Bob worries that Larry has found a new best friend.
Larry gets some extremely evil competition at his new job. Mr. Pea and Mr. Asparagus go too far when trying to find the best pets for their sons.
When Madame Blueberry wins tickets to a Jenna Chive concert, she becomes very popular. A class project to build a clubhouse leads to conflict.
Laura's new business turns out to be more difficult than she expected. When Motato kidnaps Granny, Laura proves heart is more important than height.
Motato lets a greedy monster loose that puts everything in town at risk. When Laura's painting gets more attention than Bob's, feelings are hurt.
With his granddaughter visiting, Ichabeezer only has a day to learn how to be a good grandpa. A spiny friend gets between Motato and an evil plan.
Bob changes his look to appear smarter but things don't go exactly as planned. When Larry volunteers to help direct traffic, power goes to his head.
Larry misreads a Bible verse and creates a very sticky situation. When the newest action figure hits the store, everyone must learn to share.
Larry discovers the value of a faithful friend when he loses his tooth. Larry's laziness leads to a sinking feeling for both him and Bob.
Jimmy steals LarryBoy's identity and gives them both a lesson in humility. Larry uses his imagination to conduct his own Western adventure.
Larry becomes mayor for a day and makes the most of it. The gang has to find a way to tell Petunia she isn't funny without hurting her feelings.
LarryBoy learns that jumping to conclusions never pays off. Madame Blueberry discovers that giving her all leads to more success and even more fun.