Pete finally meets the girl of his dreams. He can't believe his luck - Jeannie is the most beautiful girl in Port Niranda - even if she is a tree spirit. But when Pete discovers he is pregnant, Linda, Bronson and the Gribble Gang deliver the surprise of their lives.
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Emerging from an eerie fog enveloping Port Niranda, is an ancient long boat of Vikings lead by the hirsute Chief Snorri and his son Snorrisen. Hardly the sort of tourists Gribble wants in Port Niranda, especially when Chief Snorri claims the lighthouse, and Linda falls in love with Snorrisen after he reads to her from the enchanted Viking Book of Love.
Everyone knows that Bronson will eat anything! But when he swallows a rare whirling derfish nobody could have guessed his willy would spin like a propeller and he would become a human outboard motor known as The Port Niranda Porpoise. Then Linda discovers the derfish is one of the last breeding pair in existence and she demands that Bronson cough it up.
Beware of Gizmos! You never know what could happen when you play a video game. One flick of the switch and 'bang', Pete's mind is in Mr. Gribble's body and vice versa! But while Pete is spending a terrifying night in Gribble's house with Matron Gribble, Gribble is making the most of a nasty situation, convincing Tony to sell the Lighthouse.
After losing out to Gribbs as the host of the Port Niranda High School Broadcast, Linda decides to do her own show. Anthony, Fiona, Pete and Linda rustle up some old video and sound equipment from a pawnshop, only to discover they have a magic microphone that makes everyone, even Mr Gribble, speak the truth, no matter what!
In the Twist household there is a tradition that the razor is passed on from father to son. So when Bronson secretly uses the razor before Pete, chaos is unleashed. First Bronson is cursed with a 3-foot beard that won't stop growing, then he is mistaken for the legendary Nirandathal Beast and finally a swarm of bounty hunters come to town?
When Tony discovers an old Malibu surfboard in the garage Pete is keen to make a splash at the Port Niranda surf carnival. Just when it looks like Pete might finally get to impress the girls, the ghost owner of the board, Moondoggy Throckmorton, turns up and together they surf the legendary 200-foot tidal wave that hits Port Niranda every 30 years.
Bronson teams up with resident geekazoid Anthony for a science project that ends up with Pete and Linda having their brains sucked out through their noses. While Bronson is searching for their brains at the local tip, Gribbs and his gang kidnap Linda and Pete's bodies and make them their personal slaves.
Linda's old Veronique doll comes back to haunt her. It won't leave her alone, neither will Gribbs who has heard Linda read from the Viking Book of Love and is acting really weird.
Port Niranda is in the middle of a drought when days before the annual flower show Derek the rainmaker arrives. Pete has high hopes, which are dashed when Derek not only refuses to make rain, he also takes part in a hoax with Gribbs and the gang. It is only when Pete confronts Derek with real faith and the tears of an innocent, that Derek has the ingredients required to perform a miracle.
When Linda is sacked from Mr Gribble's ice cream parlour, she finds work with Paulo the master ice-cream maker. She soon discovers the mystery behind Paulo's famous ice cream - Giorgio - a huge hulking simpleton who Paulo keeps hidden. Linda is not sure whether Giorgio is man or machine when she sees him making ice cream by blowing it out his nose.
No one ever tells Bronson anything. They all think he is too young. If only the walls could talk, he sighs, and then, all of a sudden they do! But not only the walls, also the doors, the floors, the furniture, his pillow, even his desk starts talking. Using this newfound power, Bronson decides to retrieve the Viking book of Love and Fay from Mr Snapper.
When Gribbs gets his hands on The Viking book of Love and reads the final poem he unleashes a curse which turns Fay into a frog, and transports all the adults back into the 8th century, leaving the kids alone and unsupervised?