The "Dippy Duck" crew struggles to keep their show on the air.
Roland's father pressures him to quit animation and become a dentist.
Brook and Wally both find themselves dealing with ambitious children.
Wally finds that he is unable to do the voice of Dippy Duck, and turns to Shakespeare instead.
Brett romances Sheree Winkler; Andrea spends the night with Skip.
Skip talks the rest of the crew into helping Andrea finance a film.
Mrs. Winkler decides to get her high school diploma and asks Brooks Carmichael to tutor her.
The crew tries to avoid confrontation when Marty commits plagiarism.
Aggie attempts to impress her former boyfriend at a reunion with old friends.
Skip overpraises his co-workers to avoid hurting anyone's feelings.
The crew of "Dippy Duck" attends an awards ceremony for animation.
Aggie wants to be named as the new producer of "Dippy Duck."
The television network may cancel production of the "Dippy Duck" series.