Archie is preparing to box against Reggie for the right to take Veronica to the Frosh Hop. Jughead convinces Archie to spar against Moose, with Moose pretending to get knocked out. Moose has an exposed nerve on his elbow and the slightest contact makes him pass out. Archie happens to hit that elbow during their fight and Moose is really knocked out. Reggie decides not to box, but Archie thinks he really knocked out Moose, so he chooses to fight anyway. Reggie knocks him out and feels confident enough to take on Moose, but that doesn't work out.
Jughead's uncle Herman brags about a supposed appendectomy he once performed using a rusty pocket knife. Jughead dismisses the tall tale and heads to the hospital where Betty is interning. While he waits for her, he falls asleep and dreams that slipping on the floor and falling leads to an emergency appendectomy to be performed by Uncle Herman. Betty wakes him and he slips on the floor just as he dreamed. When she says his uncle can have him in the examining room in two minutes, Jughead runs away. Betty steps into the elevator where Uncle Herman is the elevator operator.
Jughead shows off a small remote control robot. Reggie gets the idea to dress up as a life-sized Jughead robot. He pretends to be out of control and plants kisses on Betty first, then Veronica. When he decides to kiss Midge, Moose puts and end to the robot prank.
Jughead Jones; Professor Flootsnoot; Coach Kleats; Mr. Weatherbee
Jughead is such a bad singer that Professor Flootsnoot sends him to gym class. He's so much trouble in gym class, Coach Kleats sends him back to choir class. He ends up in the principal's office, where Mr. Weatherbee sends him back to choir class.
Jughead sells the same one-of-a-kind musical bracelet to everyone in the school. The girls are all mad that the guys gave them the same gift, but once Jughead explains that the profits go to an orphanage, the girls are happy with the guys again.
Reggie convinces Moose that Midge has a disease called "sagacity" and that it is very contagious. Moose gets sick with worry about Midge. Meanwhile, Reggie is going on dates with Midge. Midge gives Jughead money to buy Moose a gift, so he buys a dictionary and encourages him to look up the word "sagacity."
Pop Tate; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews; Jughead Jones
A travel agent comes into the Choklit Shop to talk to Pop about vacation plans. He witnesses the antics of all the gang in the store and decides that Pop doesn't need to travel to see strange sights and weird people.
Archie Andrews; Pop Tate; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle
Archie wants the part of Romeo in the school play so he can rehearse kissing scenes with Veronica, but Reggie gets the part. Jughead convinces Reggie that his trick knee will be a problem during the dueling scenes, so Archie ends up with the part. When he goes to the first rehearsal he finds Betty has landed the part of Juliet, because Veronica was afraid she would have to change her hairstyle.
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Veronica Lodge; Jughead Jones
Archie loses Veronica's new puppy, so he goes to the pound to find a replacement. He buys a replacement puppy at a pet store and is glad that Veronica doesn't notice the difference. It turns out the puppy ran back to the store and Archie had bought the same puppy back from the store.
Archie and Reggie study inkblots at the school psychiatrist's office. Archie decides to analyze Jughead's dreams and give Moose a test putting different-shaped blocks into the correct holes. Moose isn't good at it, so Archie advises Moose to give Midge the silent treatment. Midge assumes Archie did it to spend time with her and as she kisses him, Moose sees and proceeds to stuff Archie into the cannon in front of the school.
Coach Kleats; Mr. Weatherbee; Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Archie Andrews
Coach Kleats decides to build a ski slope. His students spread snow on the hillside while Jughead takes a nap in the seat of a bulldozer. When Jughead decides to see how the bulldozer works, it goes out of control down the slope, scraping all the snow and ice into a heap at the bottom of the hill.
Jughead Jones; Reggie Mantle; Betty Cooper; Archie Andrews; Mr. Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee
Jughead sells stock in himself, but when Mr. Weatherbee says the students had better get a profit, Jughead seeks advice from Mr. Lodge. Mr. Lodge leaves Jughead in the office. Jughead takes a phone call and tells the broker to sell. He panics and calls the broker back telling him to buy. Mr. Lodge kicks him out over the fiasco, but Mr. Lodge finds out he has made a profit of three million dollars from the transactions. Mr. Lodge buys all the shares in Jughead for ten dollars a share, so all the gang made money.