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When a mighty wind carries Brenda's favorite hat away, Herky rushes to catch it, but refuses help from anyone. When all doesn't go well, Herky soon learns to accept the help of his friends in big situations.
Brenda asks Jay Jay to take care of her dog, King, while she goes away on business, and Jay Jay tries to prove himself responsible while doing so. But when he eventually loses King by leaving him to play a game of Skytag, he soon learns from Big Jake that everyone makes mistakes, and telling some...
In order to have more time to play after his chores, Jay Jay decides to rush through the work. But this is taken to the limit when Jay Jay forgets to fuel up before the next job, and he soon learns it's better to be safe than sorry.
Herky loves donuts, and after a visit to Andy's Donut Shop, he ends up eating so many that he becomes overweighted and cannot finish his new delivery route. Jay Jay and Tracy help him and Herky soon learns that sometimes you can have too much of a good thing.