In a desperate attempt for food, the dogs climb up onto a 3D billboard advertising soup with a giant soup bowl. Upon finding the soup bowl is empty (or as the Little Dog describes it, 'dry'), Big Dog begins to fill the bowl with spit. But soon he dries out and Little Dog must find a way to rehydrate the Big Dog.
Remember the Flea-o Family? Well, they return in this episode and still living on Furrball. This time, they are working for an evil tick boss who wants to marry Itchy an work all the other insects to death.
The Big Dog awakes in the middle of the night to 'do business'. When he finds a spot, Little Dog stops him. He then makes the point that this is their home, so they need to find a more suitable place. They wind up in a indoor bathroom, where hilarity ensuesWatch Now:Amazon
The dogs happen upon a huge bone that's being shipped to a museum. When the bone is taken inside, the two dogs decide to wait for it to come back out. But they wait so still, the movers think they're some exhibit and take them into the museum, too. Once inside, the dogs decide to wait no longer and decide to 'go inside' after the bone.Watch Now:Amazon
Mickey arrives at Pete's hideout to find Minnie tied to railroad tracks with a train approaching!
The dogs want 'Fudgie Scout Cookies', but don't know how to go about getting them. After close examination, the Little Dog comes to the conclusion that you need a door. The dogs then find a house that is empty and has a door. They then take on the challenge of both getting the girl to come to their door and then getting the door open.
Minnie, as the leader of an orchestra, goes on a wild west chase to rein in a rampaging trumpet.
Goofy's career as a waiter is frustrating - he's always getting ordered around by customers. When things become too much, he decides to shoot for a better career and become a film star. However, what goes around comes around when his first acting role ends up being that of a waiter.
It's the Fourth of July and Donald Duck has found the perfect picnic spot to watch fireworks under the stars with Daisy. He battles the blanket, wrestles the lawn chairs, and combats the picnic basket until, finally, the site is set. But when Daisy arrives, she discovers that Donald has miscalculated and they cannot even see the fireworks. Donald is disappointed to discover he has messed things up, again, but Daisy thinks the view is very romantic - a beautiful full moon.
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are hired to paint a roller-coaster, and there's an added incentive: whoever paints the most wins a lifetime pass to Jolly-Land Amusement Park. The competition between Mickey and Donald escalates to a wild paint war, but Goofy ends up winning the pass with his sure-and-steady pace.
Goofy demonstrates the beautiful, yet dangerous, sport of stunt rollerblading, but once he gets rolling, he has trouble putting on the brakes.