In the opener of this animated comedy about two teen best friends with no parental supervision, Gary and Joel want to hook up with girls but realize that they're considered just kids, so they set out to change that image.
Gary and Joel realize that they're poor, so they try to set up Gary's stepmother with a rich guy who's the father of a new student at their school.
Gary and Joel want to surround themselves with positive influences so they become managers on the high school baseball team.
Gary and Joel "defend" the local fire department by becoming arsonists.
Gary and Joel discover that they're in the slow track at school and stage a student uprising to abolish academic segregation.
Gary and Joel's plans to hook up with girls at the school dance are threatened by an outbreak of head lice.
Gary and Joel enlist a psychic to help them win the science fair.
Joel's 40-year-old brother, Brian, moves back into Joel's bedroom and Joel strives to be more tolerant of him despite Brian's contemptible behavior.
Gary and Joel try and acquire sweet tans and mad paper by hooking up with a young lawncare entrepreneur.
Gary and Joel get fake ID's so they can give blood.
Gary and Joel learn the meaning of school pride when a turf war erupts with prep school kids over their prized food mart.
When Joel's brother Brian gets out of prison, the boys get him a job as their High School head of security only to find out some people can never be reformed.
The boys discover the true ugliness of death after they save Carol's ex, Reggie, from being buried in an unmarked grave and get stuck disposing of his body themselves.