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CJ starts a garage band with Fen and Crispo, but they soon disband because of creative differences.
The trio of friends set out to conquer each of their biggest fears; CJ tries to talk to her 8th grade crush; Crispo confronts his fear of snakes; Fenwick must face his fear of running through the halls with the Pootatuck Bears basketball team.
CJ tries to convince the guys to say yes for the day, but agreeing to everything creates unanticipated problems.
Hoping to insert a little magic into middle school, CJ, Fen and Crispo set out to grant the wishes of some people in their lives.
It's the night of the school's sleepover fundraiser, and CJ, Fen and Crispo are determined to stay awake all night and witness their first sunrise. However, this proves to be a bigger challenge than originally thought.
CJ longs for a pet, but her mom is unsure she's ready, so she makes CJ look after a flour baby to prove she's responsible.
CJ and the boys decide to change up their wardrobe and try out new looks. They soon realize there is a lot of power in the clothes you wear and you cannot judge a book by its cover.
When CJ begins feeling like she does not have any special talents, she teams up with Fen and Crispo to discover their ``special thing''.
When Crispo is unable to afford a concert ticket, CJ and Fen devise a plan to get him a ticket without revealing it is from them.
CJ and the boys decide to expand their group, but making new friends throws each of them into unexpected situations.
Stress and competition take their toll on each friend's quest to take home the winning prize at the Pootatuck science fair.
CJ feels lonely when they boys join different clubs, so she tries to establish a new club all three of them can join.
CJ is determined to fix Principal Hader's Halloween-hate in time to rescue the school's cancelled Halloween festivities, while Crispo and Fenwick deal with costume-related crises.
CJ and her friends discover the challenges of taking care of themselves when they find that they are home alone for the night.
CJ and the boys decide to make their voices heard during the 7th grade elections; a friendly competition turns negative.
When a simple lie morphs into an out of control event, CJ and the boys discover the power of words and the messy business surrounding lies, truths and the consequences of telling both.
The children are ready to redeem their rewards for a school achievement trip to the water park, but their ''pootybucks'' go missing.
CJ, Fen and Crispo try to find their own unique ways of creating lasting memories of their time at Pootatuck.
The friends plan to meet their idols, but when their carefully laid plans begin to unravel they realize the importance of patience.
The gang becomes inspired by the fact that it takes 10,000 hours to master something, so they decide to master their own things.
Crispo attempts to overcome his fear of asking for help in class; CJ volunteers to escort fifth grade students through the school; Fenwick tries to become the high five king of middle school.
After Ronbie's girlfriend breaks up with him, CJ and the boys decide to take the initiative and get their hearts broken.