Tina tells of her difficult life as a horse; Bob jots down burgers to live by; Louise tries to avoid being "cheese brained"; Linda gets an idea for a magazine column; and Gene presents a musical about "The Boy in the Burger".
Tina's Erotic Friend Fiction goes galactic, Bob jots down burgers to live by, Louise investigates a case of textbook tomfoolery, Linda looks out for her furry friends and Gene presents a musical re-imagine-actment of the story of Mozart and Salieri called "Genemadeus".
Tina's erotic friend fiction takes us to the Wild West for a sharp shooter stand-off, Bob makes a profitable prediction, Louise imagines a fantastically unfathomable fort, Linda pitches peculiar perfumes, and Gene presents a musical that is both euphonious and amphibious.
Tina goes Gothic... and accidentally unleashes a dangerous Franken-Butt; Louise discovers what it's like to disappear; Bob turns some of his favorite films into burgers; Linda delivers a demo tape and some album art; and Gene unveils "Chupacabra-Cadabra, The Musical.
In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Tina finds a familiar face; Bob cultivates a list of literary classics; Louise tries to shed light on a Boyz 4 Now mystery while denying having any interest in them whatsoever; Linda imagines an alternate universe; and Gene presents a musical set at Robot College.
Tina uses Darryl's cloning machine to clone herself; Louise finds an underground passage under Ocean Avenue; Linda tries take a family picture in front of the restaurant; Bob sketches his dream food truck; and Gene tells the story of his nocturnal alter-ego.
Raised by apes, Jungle Tina swings into the big city and into an explorer's heart; Gene's sheer boredom leads to the discovery of a magical world in need of saving; and Louise finds a ride at Wonder Wharf that has a mysterious power besides the power to make kids throw up!
Louise discovers the wondrous wonders of the ride that stops time; Genederella is given a chance to attend a Joyous Jam Jamboree with the help of a special fairy; Tina brings us on a super-spy adventure to sabotage an evil villain; Bob's imagination drives his latest Fantasy Food Truck; and Linda tries again to take a nice family photo in front of the restaurant.
Louise is on the case of some very peculiar pineapples; Genederella captivates Prince Leonard Destefanous at the Joyous Jam Jamboree; and Tina presents Tinablanca - a romantic, WWII edition of her Erotic Friend Fiction.
Louise tracks down a peculiar pest control problem; Gene dives deep down to the depths of the ocean as Captain Gene-o; We join Tina for the second installment of "Tinablanca"; Bob has a need for speed in his newest food truck idea; and Linda discovers that sea creatures love the camera, and the camera loves them.
Louise's pest control pursuit comes to a close; Bob is ready to leave the station with his food truck train; Gene gives the cold shoulder to getting older in Peter Pants; Jimmy Pesto sees an advertising opportunity in Linda's family picture; and we re-join the tale of woe with Jimmy Juliet and Tineo.
Louise is on a new mission, this time teaming up with Regular Sized Rudy; Gene's battle with Captain Hook-Beard continues in Peter Pants, Part 2; and the curtains close on Tina's tale of Jimmy Juliet and Tineo.
Louise finds herself pixelated when she's sucked into a videogame; Gene's rhymes climb to new heights in Jack and the Gene-stalk; and Tina tells a particularly tall tale about a nuclear accident, a school dance, and a fleet of Russian submarines.
Louise's video game adventure comes to an end; Jack (Louise) faces off against a Gene-ish giant in Jack and the Gene-stalk, Part 2; and Tina tells a dance-filled drama about the fate of a famous ship and an almost-as-famous iceberg.