Romeo is scared when the living room at John and Beth's is tidied up while they are all in the kitchen. Bernie tells him not to worry, it's only the ghost that haunts the apartment.
Corneil is fed up with Bernie's lying.
John and Beth plan a sailing vacation; they want to take Corneil and Bernie with them.
When Bernie loses the money he was saving to buy a game console, Corneil offers to help him earn more money.
Bernie gets a job filing at the local police station; Bernie and Corneil are implicated in an investigation.
Corneil convinces Bernie to go on an archaeological dig; Bernie claims Corneil's dinosaur bone is his own find.
Bernie's attitude causes trouble at school; Uncle Rico goes to see the principal about his nephew's education.
Corneil and Bernie visit the country; when Bernie breaks his cousins' tractor, Corneil needs Bernie's help to repair the machine.
Corneil asks Bernie to join Martha's poetry club as his proxy; Corneil helps Bernie with an initiation test.
Bernie needs to get back into his uncle's good graces; Corneil suggests a camping trip.
When Corneil slips his leash to go watch a concert, he is placed in a new home; Bernie tries to get him back before John and Beth notice.
Bernie finds a stray cat.
Bernie sets up his own radio station, but he is dismayed when he thinks no one is listening.
Bernie secretly sends pictures of Corneil to a dog modeling agency.
Bernie's cousins come to town for the fair.
Rudy challenges Bernie to a freestyle showdown.
Corneil needs a haircut, so Bernie offers to take him to Aunt Gina.
Uncle Rico is sick, so he asks Bernie for a favor; Bernie goes to see Mr. Hensen at the retirement home.
Corneil and Bernie attend the opera.
Corneil is the beneficiary in an eccentric millionaire's will.
After Corneil builds a highly intelligent robot, Bernie hopes the robot will be able to help him with his detention assignment.
When John and Beth leave Corneil with Bernie, Corneil has trouble settling in.
Corneil and Bernie take a trip to the country; they visit with Bernie's cousins.
When Mrs. Solo hits Corneil over the head with her umbrella, Cornell becomes upset over the way that dogs are treated.
Romeo tells the whole school about his experience with an alien.
While planning a surprise romantic dinner for his and Beth's anniversary, John finds that he is too busy to organize it.
Corneil goes on a game show.
Corneil is afraid he has seen a vampire.
Corneil is determined to prove that Romeo is a fair-weather friend.
Because Bernie wants to take Julie to the school dance, he tries to hide the fact that he has broken his leg.
After Bernie mistakes another dog for Corneil, he thinks Corneil has been kidnapped.
Corneil can't stop talking in his sleep and he worries that he will accidentally reveal his secret.
When Corneil gets a crush on the poodle downstairs, he tries to convince Bernie to go out with the dog's owner.
Bernie repeats something Corneil overheard; he claims that he has the power to read minds.
Mrs. Hamber visits with her pet dog; Corneil discovers an identical dog.
Corneil thinks that Beth is expecting a baby; he worries that his days in the house are numbered.
Corneil and Bernie participate in a TV adventure game show; they must survive for a week on a desert island.
Bernie loses his memory and he is astonished when Corneil talks to him; the doctors believe that Bernie is hallucinating.
When Bernie's Aunt Bertha comes for a visit, her pet poodle goes missing.
Corneil is upset that dogs are not considered highly evolved beings; he takes part in a research project to improve dogs' standing.
Corneil and Bernie race against time to rescue a group of spelunkers.
Bernie attempts to find out what is written in Corneil's diary.
Corneil witnesses a burglar steal a painting from John's office; Cornell becomes afraid of being left alone.
Corneil helps Bernie with some schoolwork; Bernie finds himself in trouble.
An attempt to become a Santa-costume-clad vigilante meets with unfortunate results.