Cool yearbook staffers catch sight of Chad's classroom doodles and ask him to join their clique.
After Wayne backs out of participating in a father-son event, Chad asks Sharla's dad to fill in.
Chad bungles an oral-history presentation and decides to fix things by making a movie instead, but the production doesn't quite make the grade.
Chris doesn't like that his mother and her boyfriend have gotten so close, so he decides to split them up.
Chad takes a liking to a new girl in town, but gets off on the wrong foot with her when he saves Jay from a bully who happens to be her brother.
Chad wrecks the family car and gets a job at Frosty King to pay for the damage. Chad immediately clashes with manager Benjamin Brent, the only other male employee who sees Chad as an obstacle in his otherwise sweet life of being the only rooster in the hen house. Chad must endure Benjamin’s torture while Chris tries to raise enough money to set Chad free from the shackles of the corporate world.
When Halloween is canceled due to snow, the town decides to celebrate the holiday in the spring, but Chad wonders if he's too old to go out trick-or-treating.
When Chad faints in class after seeing a diagram of the female reproductive system, Chris makes it his mission to get Chad more comfortable with the old, bold, female form. The boys hear a rumor about an adult photo shoot outside of town and embark on a quest to find it.
The animated coming-of-age misadventures of a 15-year-old loner named Chad begin with him befriending a fellow outcast in their small hometown.
When Chris gets knocked down the bleachers during an assembly by one of the school bullies, he cries out in pain for his mom -- earning him the humiliating nickname “Mommy.” Chad helps Chris plot to get a better nickname, until one of Chris‘ ideas threatens Chad’s relationship with school crush Sharla.
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