With Friends Like These:
Rocko wins two tickets to a wrestling match that Filbert and Heffer want to go to. They each try to persuade Rocko to take them with, but he can only choose one.
Sailing the Seven Zzzz's:
Mr. Bighead begins to sleepwalk and causes trouble when he thinks he's a pirate and Rocko is holding on to his treasure map.
Heffer's practical jokes get him in trouble and he fears he is being targeted by someone who wants revenge.
From Here to Maternity:
Dr. Hutchinson's egg is being looked after by Rocko, Heffer and Filbert. Things go well until they're arrested during a raid on an Easter Bunny ring.
Ed Good, Rocko Bad:
Rocko and Mr. Bighead both run for office of Dog Catcher in O-Town.
Mr. Bighead gets help from Heffer in a company game of golf that Mr. Dupette rigged in his favor.
Wimp on the Barbie:
Rocko learns that his grade-school bully, Dingo, is coming to America to visit him. Heffer and Filbert decide it's their duty to toughen Rocko up for the encounter.
Filbert has a cold, so Rocko and Heffer decide to read him some fairy tales, adding their own twists to them, while he recovers.
After Heffer moves out his parent's house in order to prove he's capable, he finds it much more difficult then he had thought it to be.
Heffer is stalked by a wrathful spirit that he wronged in another lifetime.
Rocko writes a love letter to his mail carrier but it gets misplaced, so now he has to find it before someone else gets it.
After using the Magic Meatball (Similar to a Magic 8-Ball) to help him with his job, Mr. Bighead finds himself earning more promotions.
Ed Bighead struggles with his secret of enjoying being a clown, until one day when he simply cannot hide it any longer.
Seat to Stardom:
Rocko becomes a famous high-fashion underwear model. His successful career begins to break apart his friendship with Heffer.
The High-Five of Doom:
Filbert is believed to be an alien who vaporizes earthlings by offering high-fives to them, or so Rocko and Heffer think.
After a small burger incident, Flecko the Fly pretends to be injured and takes Rocko to court, and wins the lawsuit.
Heff in a Handbasket:
Heffer, completely unaware of being tricked, trades his soul for an opportunity to be on a TV game show.
Wallaby on Wheels:
Rocko does what any guy would do when he wants to impress a girl; take up roller blading.
Filbert and Heffer introduce Rocko to the game of Ding-Dong-Ditch but he soon finds himself on a wild pranking spree led by Gladys, the hippo lady.
Filbert convinces Rocko to join him for an afternoon of wig-snatching, which is the sport of stealing the wigs from unsuspecting birds.
Heffer hypnotizes Rocko, who believes he is now a dog.
Driving Mrs. Wolfe:
Rocko teaches Virginia Wolfe how to drive but soon finds himself in trouble when Virginia takes a wrong turn and they end up in the middle of a Demolition Derby.
Put Out to Pasture:
As Heffer recovers from a dangerously close overdose of Pasture Puffies, Filbert, the Bigheads, and Rocko reminisce of old memories.
Filbert tells the tale of Rocko, Spunky, and Heffer's strange disappearance seventeen years in the future.
On Thanksgiving, a group of turkeys take refuge in Rocko's house.
Rocko's parade float entry is rejected by the Grand Marshall of O-Town's Founder Day Parade, Mr. Bighead. Heffer and Filbert tell their own tales of O-Town's founding.