Some Assembly Required
A 14-year-old takes ownership of a toy company and hires a group of his friends to help him create amazing new toys.
When Bowie is captured while investigating a knock-off Knickknack company, the gang must fly to Meeskatania to save him.
Jarvis is depressed after seeing Piper with her new boyfriend, and Bowie tries to cheer Jarvis up by getting him to update Dig It Dragon – a lighthearted Knickknack toy from the 1960s.
When Knox pretends he’s the president of Knickknack to impress his successful businessman father, Jarvis is willing to play along.
Wreck and Roll
Piper attempts to get into a concert to show a famous punk rocker her new toy guitar.
Betty the Builder
When Jarvis creates a construction worker doll for girls, based on a tough, real-life female construction worker without her permission.
When Jarvis can’t bring himself to tell Piper the cartoon she made is bad, he invents a fake film festival for her to enter it into.
When Jarvis writes and performs a love song for Piper, he is forced to cover by claiming Bowie wrote it.
Bowie uses a special microphone that mimics people’s voices to secretly get Jarvis and Piper to confess their love for each other.
My Last Dolly
Jarvis hires Candace to be in a focus group about toys for seniors, where she and her daughter hatches a plan to sabotage this new toy.
Jarvis holds a skateboarding competition where Knox’s hero, Eric Thunder, goes head-to-head with Knickknack’s new, self-driving skateboard.
Jarvis duels against a snooty celebrity kid chef in a cooking competition for Piper’s affection.
Jarvis rehearses for a walk-on role in the new Captain Indestructible movie.
Just as Jarvis and Piper finally begin their relationship, Piper is discovered by a record producer who wants to immediately whisk her away from Jarvis on a two-year tour.
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