The Peskys are slated to demonstrate their family's age-old tradition of “clogging” on a local cable channel, much to the embarrassment of Maggie. Later, Maggie joins every club her school has to offer in hopes of avoiding a math exam.
One good turn deserves another when Aldrin sprains his wing trying to win Maggie a scooter, and she goes to great lengths to nurse him back to health in time for a sports competition. Later, Maggie and Rayna volunteer at a hospital with the ulterior motive of meeting a famous patient.
Maggie is all set to cut corners with her history project so that she can fully enjoy her spring break, but an unexpected glitch occurs when her dad becomes good buddies with her teacher. Later, Rayna starts getting pestered by an unwanted admirer.
Maggie and Rayna's friendship suffers when they both develop crushes on the same good-looking math tutor. Later, Maggie devises a money-making scheme to sell “Sick Day Kits” to classmates who want to stay home from school.
Maggie and her brothers refuse to do their chores until their parents give in to their demands for a bigger allowance, but rather than caving, Maggie's parents enlist some other bugs to do the housework. Later, Rayna is upset when she doesn't get an invite to a debutante dance.
Maggie volunteers to become a child's mentor, but has some regrets about the decision when she's matched up with a cranky cocoon. Later, Maggie joins Principal Peststrip's crusade to stop an anonymous kid DJ who has gained unauthorized access to the school's radio station.
The Pesky's annual Halloween Scaring Contest finds Maggie and her brothers trying to give one another a really good fright. Later, Maggie and Rayna go trick-or-treating in the human world with Pupert, who doesn't want to leave because of all the candy that's available.
Maggie thinks she's mature enough to handle having Rayna sleep over without adult supervision because she's old enough to watch Pupert while her parents and Aldrin are out of town. Later, Maggie auditions for a spelling team disguised as a bee.
Maggie is determined to be the first student to ever successfully throw a pie in Principal Peststrip's face at homecoming. Later, Maggie gets her parents' permission to turn the Pesky home into a fun hangout, but it seems all for naught when Aldrin and Pupert start bringing their pals over too.
Maggie must juggle responsibilities when she takes a bug-sitting job after having promised to help Pupert with his history project. Later, Maggie tries to convince her family that she's a waitress at a really fancy restaurant, when in actuality she works in the kitchen.