Darling Walsh hangs out around a fire pit with her friends Edward, Tenchi and Clifford at the park in Oasis Springs one day after high school. Edward tells a spooky story about a ghost in Granite Falls, and they all debate whether or not it is based on truth or fiction.
Milton Bheeda is visiting his new friend, Darrin Sierra. Jesminder Bheeda watches while the toddlers calmly play with Darrin’s doll house. Jesminder felt like some supervision would be wise, after Milton’s recent play date at the Pancakes’ house resulted in a giant mess which needed cleaning up.
The Pancakes family visit their neighbours, the Sierras, so that toddlers Iggy and Darrin can play together. Kelly Sierra notices that Bob Pancakes has really become quite muscular. Eliza explains that Bob has become a gym addict recently. Bob hates working out, but once he started seeing such noticeable gains, he couldn’t stop!
Darrin Sierra is invited over to the house next door to play. He’s introduced to his neighbour, Iggy Pancakes, and is intrigued to meet another kid his own age. Iggy isn’t afraid of strangers and welcomes his new friend to his room.
After a few drinks at the bar, Kelly invites Wayne back to her house for a nightcap. But before she can invite him in, she’s interrupted by an intense beam of light which lifts her off the ground. Drunk and confused, Wayne isn’t sure what just happened…
Kelly Sierra gets a night off from being a mother and heads to the bar at The Blue Velvet nightclub. She meets a guy named Wayne Brubaker at the bar, and not having had any male company for a long time, she’s in a very flirtatious mood.
Kelly watches her son Edward reading a bedtime story to his little brother. She feels really lucky that Edward is such a great role model for Darrin, but worries that he’s burdened with too much responsibility. At his age, he should be able to enjoy being a carefree teenager.