Brendon learns the meaning of political baggage when Shannon endorses his candidacy for school president.
Brendon accompanies Coach McGuirk on a trip to identify his dead uncle's body, only to squander the $50 he raised for a charity walkathon
Brendon, Melissa and Jason endure a self-imposed hiatus from filmmaking. Meanwhile, Coach McGuirk and Mr. Lynch travel south of the border together
Jason's ineptitude on the set of a new film, which McGuirk mistakes for drug abuse, begins to wear down Brendon.
Brendon is asked to make a film for Fenton Muley's birthday party, but it turns out to be a bust when Fenton acts like a jerk.
Brendon treats a cute choreographer to a meal at Jason's parents' country club. Paula wrestles with a typing test, while McGuirk combs through his high school yearbook trolling for dates.
Brendon finally gets to meet his father, and his girlfriend's obnoxious personality inspires Brendon to lampoon her in a film. McGuirk becomes a "buddy" to a "special" child.
In an attempt to resolve the family discord, Brendon, his dad and his dad's girlfriend see a therapist -- who puts the blame on Brendon.
Brendon takes advantage of Paula's distraction on a class trip to film scenes for his new spy thriller, while McGuirk takes a job at a coffee shop under Brendon's name.
Brendon's adventures with history succeed brilliantly in his new film but fail miserably in real life.
Frustrated and scriptless at a writers' fair, Brendon and the gang decide to improvise a performance -- and the result is a hit. Paula's attempts to write a romance novel prove less fertile.
Brendon and his dad form their own pizza club, inspiring a rejected McGuirk to start a rival pizza club with Walter and Perry
Chaos erupts at Brendon's dad's wedding.