Pinky is unhappy when his favorite stop sign gets a high-tech replacement, so he sets out to save all the things he loves in Sackenhack.
What starts as a fun way for Pinky and Babs to boost their chances of earning a SackenScout badge quickly spirals into a heated competition.
Determined to prove that Babs and JJ are more than just "supporting characters," Pinky pushes them out of his shadow -- and into the spotlight.
When Mr. Dog isn't feeling well, Babs needs an assist from Pinky and JJ to get him to the vet without Bob finding out.
Bob gets stuck working security shift at the mall during his planned birthday party, but Pinky makes sure his pal still has a chance to celebrate.
When the school's troublemaker confesses that he's not good at being bad, Pinky offers to help him figure out who he really is.
In an effort to get his busy parents to reconnect as a couple, Pinky arranges a romantic dinner for them.
Pinky is concerned that he is excluding others by hanging out with just Babs and JJ, so he invites everyone to join in on the trio's after-school activities.
On the eve of the annual fun run, Babs is again without a sponsor, so Pinky vows to do whatever he can to find her one -- and he means everything.
After finding a hair on his face, Pinky concludes that he should be the new man of the house -- a decision that leaves his dad at loose ends.
When Principal Pfunne threatens to turn the students' laid-back gym class into a boot camp, Pinky suggests that they learn tag team wrestling instead.
Worried that his beloved eraser is getting too small to wipe out his mistakes, Pinky commits to living the rest of his life error-free.
Pinky hatches a plan to make his parents famous after he learns that they once performed together as a singing duo.
Convinced that his friendship with Babs and JJ is in trouble, Pinky turns to a relationship app to help them get their spark back.
Pinky tries to repress his wienerness when he is told that only human boys and girls can compete in the Ultimate Mascot Championship.