Eliza convinces a group of baboon-like apes to stand up to their legendary adversaries--""The Others."" Darwin, meanwhile, has met an almost identical group of apes with an identical problem. As Eliza and Darwin lead their separate groups into battle, they suddenly find themselves face-to-face--in an all out war! Now it's up to Eliza to quickly find a way avert the battle and teach the apes to get along.Watch Now:Amazon
Eliza and Debbie's combined bungling sends the commvee careening down a mountain, where it lies mired in the mud. They come face to face with a menacing-looking, but quirky tribe of silverback gorillas, and they must work together to ""unstick"" the van.Watch Now:Amazon
Certain that Alvin is planning an attack on Berk, Stoick institutes flight restrictions on the dragon academy. Hiccup, certain that Alvin will be using his newfound dragon-training knowledge to bolster his attack, forms a secret “Dragon Flight Club” in order to train the kids to defend Berk against Alvin’s dragon army.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Dagur the Deranged visits Berk to renew a peace treaty between the Berserkers and Berk, and the dragons are put into hiding to dispel rumours that Berk is training a dragon army. But when Ruffnut and Tuffnut begin to fight, their dragon, Barf and Belch, is left out of control. The Viking youths must bring the twins back together to control their dragon and avoid provoking Dagur to war.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
When Snotlout and the villagers mistake dragon eggs for gems that bring good fortune, Fishlegs, who is responsible for the eggs' discovery, must take a stand against Snotlout and reunite the eggs with their Changewing mothers before they destroy Berk.Watch Now:Amazon
When the trial of R&B star R. Kelly comes to town and Tom Dubois is the ADA, Huey and Riley are on opposing sides of the hot-button "underage peeing" issue. Meanwhile, Granddad and Uncle Ruckus argue about white people during a game of checkers.Watch Now:Amazon
Eliza's imagination gets the best of her when she thinks a local teenage girl is actually a dolphin who's trying to abduct her sister, Debbie, into a watery world.Watch Now:Amazon
When the owner of Granddad's house invites Granddad and the kids to his garden party, Huey tries to start trouble by saying Jesus was black and comparing Ronald Regan to the devil. Meanwhile, Riley and the owner's grandson (a soldier back from Iraq) play with guns and Granddad runs into the self-loathing black butler Uncle Rukus.Watch Now:Amazon
Huey and Riley try to convince Grandad that his new girlfriend Cristal (like the champagne) is actually a prostitute. Of course, Grandad doesn't believe them, even when she spends all his money. But when A Pimp Named Slickback shows up, the truth is revealed.
Duckman plans a big poker for the evening. Unfortunately before the game his obnoxious Uncle Mo arrives and claims he is dying. To avoid the curse that befell his cousin, Duckman tries to wait on him hand and foot. Just how much of his Uncle can he take?
A well meaning teacher offers Huey the chance to direct the school Christmas play, and Huey decides to release his vision to the world: "The Adventures of Black Jesus."Watch Now:Amazon
Dragons are still dragons, and as a result, they are causing mayhem in the Isle of Berk. Stoick is reconsidering allowing the dragons to roam freely on Berk. It is up to Hiccup and his friends to convince Stoick otherwise.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
While Riley is busy convincing two reality shows that Granddad's blind and running a homeless shelter, Huey is being shadowed by a secret government agent. But is he real?Watch Now:Amazon
Ginger gets a scholarship to the Advanced Arts Academy, but Dodie isn't exactly peachie with it. As Ginger tries to explain to Dodie that she'll be back soon, Dodie thinks she's abandoning everything she has here. As soon as Dodie confides her feelings to Courtney, she tries to play the role as Ginger for a while, but it doesn't seem to work just right. Courtney, Macie and Dodie then find out a terrible secret that could ruin Ginger if they don't tell her quick enough. Meanwhile, Darren wants to tell Ginger so badly he may have fallen in love with her, and doesn't want to say goodbye.
Cornfed undergoes analysis and relates this tale about Duckman seeing the ghost of his uncle who says that Duckman's father was murdered by King Chicken. Duckman hangs with Bernice and King Chicken while pretending to be crazy. Cornfed realizes that Duckman is living out the plot of ""Hamlet,"" that will eventually lead to Duckman's death.
Cornfed along with Charles and Mambo prepare the ultimate aphrodisiac for Duckman to turn his love life around. They give him a limited amount of the potion, but he quickly replicates it in huge batches. Now he has more woman than he can deal with. Bernice discovers what is going on and demands that he stop. When the real thing occurs between Duckman and actress Courtney Thorne-Smith, no one believes him.
Duckman backs his car into a cute girl in front the house. Finding out that she is on her own, Beverly and the family invite her to stay; however, Beverly becomes the victim when Tami tries to takeover a have a ""perfect family.""
Duckman takes the family and the staff on a holiday to a real Indian reservation, with a casino. While there, a psychiatrist notices Duckman and the rest of the family's overall self-destructive behavior. She offers them treatment that involves a role-playing session that uncovers some of their real issues.