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The twins try to convince Mikey that Teacher Bob is an Alien. Is there truth to their argument after all?
Welcome to the bizarre world of an American mannequin family, the Fuccons, who have recently moved to Japan. Their adjustment to their new world causes quite an uproar.
Mikey's teacher is coming to visit the family in their home, which is customary in Japan. This is not customary in America, so chaos ensues.
The family anxiously awaits the arrival of the teacher. The teacher explains that Mikey is adjusting very well.
Mikey's cousin, Laura, comes over for a visit. Laura is a very unhappy child as the family soon finds out.
Mikey goes shopping for his parents, but his Father secretly follows him. Mikey realizes he is being followed so he decides to go to individual stores for each item.
Mikey builds a mountain in the sand box. He decides to show it to the Twins, Tony and Charles, who then proceed to smash his sand mountain.
Mikey's friends Charles and Tony stop by and confuse Mikey's mom when she offers them food and drink. Confusion sets in when Mikey returns to find the twins in the kitchen.
Mikey is waiting for Emily at the park for a play date. When Laura turns up first, things go from bad to worse as Laura's jealousy frames Mikey as a bad guy.
Mikey and his parents go out to eat because his dad was paid recently. While out, they run into teacher Bob and Bob mamma who have a vigorous exchange of conflicting views.
Mikey ignores his parents and goes to school without drinking his milk. His parents decide not to let Mikey get the best of them and hatch a plan to get him to drink it.
Mikey wants to ask Emily on a date but finds out she is already dating someone else. His parents then make a plan to help him win Emily's heart.
Mikey comes across a hole in the wall that says not to look through it. He disobeys the sign and looks through the hole and winds up with a surprise.
The twins speculate that cousin Laura is in love with Mikey because she is always interfering with Emily and Mikey's games.
Japan is filled with new experiences! Mikey and his parents learn what it means to go on a picnic… or do they?
A ghost named Lilly who looks like cousin Laura visits Mikey in the middle of the night and has him go places with her.
Mikey brings his girlfriend Emily over to the house to meet his parents. When James sees Emily for the first time, he mistakes her for someone he was close to in the past.
Time Boy comes over to play at Mikey's house but things get stressful because he sticks to a very time sensitive schedule.
Emily is feeling neglected after getting in an argument with her mother and brother. Desperate for a shoulder to cry on she looks for Mikey but cannot find him.
The phone keeps ringing! Mikey is confused when people call the house ordering take out food. What caused this confusion?
Mikey's alter ego tries to convince him that Emily is not interested in him and that he is a dumb schmuck.
Laura and Emily invite Mikey to a get together. When he arrives they try and trick him into paying for a service he never received.
James explains to Mikey that companies let workers go and only keep on the ones that are essential to operations. Mikey suggests that they do the same to the family.
Mikey's parents hire a tutor to help Mikey get his grades up. When it turns out that the tutor is attractive, James gets inappropriate.
After spending all of his money, Mikey is kicked out the house for a day. Just when things seem like they are at their worst, Mikey gets a lucky break.
The king of the Blueberry Kingdom requests that Mikey marry his daughter princes Isabella. Will this idea go over well?
On a whim, the twins decide to test Princess Isabella's patience. An additional pressing question arises: is she ACTUALLY rich?
Mikey prepares to go off to the Blueberry Kingdom to Marry Princess Isabella but runs into Emily and Laura who believe he is a womanizer.
Laura decides to pretend to be a fortune teller, and she convinces Mikey that bad things will happen to him.
It's twin-mania when the twins introduce Mikey's mom to their mother and aunt who are, incidentally, also twins.
Teacher Bob and the kids all play the whisper game. As usual, miscommunications are bound to happen in the whisper game.
Emily's brother, Brown, is in love with Mikey's mom. Though no good can come of it, will he decide to confess his love?
Mikey walks in on his parents while they are busy practicing sumo wrestling... in bed. They try to explain it away the next morning.
The twins unexpectedly invite Emily and Mikey to a birthday party. When everyone arrives they are very unprepared for a party.
James and Mikey are at the park when they come across a disrespectful vagrant. James decides to confront the vagrant and in Mikey's eyes becomes a true gumshoe.
After moving from Kyoto, the Kawakita family are not sure they can trust the people from Tokyo. Perhaps the Fuccons will help?
The twins entice Mikey to play with them by convincing him that they have treasure maps. The adventure takes them to strange territories.
Mikey is called to action when Emily and Laura are trapped in the river. After saving them, things don't turn out how he planned.
Mikey learns how his parents met and fell in love. They playfully recount their first meeting, first date, and more.
Mikey's visits his grandparents, and with them, he finds that laughter brings out the best memories.
In a rush to meet Emily, Mikey crosses the road and runs into someone familiar. What will this encounter bring?
Laura wants to go clubbing with Mikey because she is tired of playings kids games. On their way, they come across Mikey's grandma who has some words for cousin Laura.
Mikey is tired of waiting for Emily and plans to giver her a piece of his mind. When she finally arrives, he cordially greets her and realizes he is now somehow shorter.
In his desire to impress Emily, Mikey spends the money he found on a pair of snazzy shoes, but is new footwear enough to catch her eye?
Bob Mama arranges a marriage between soft spoken Teacher Bob and a beautiful woman who proves that sometimes opposites don't attract.
After forgetting about their trip to the theme park, Mikey spends the day alone. At the playground, he falls for an older girl that has experienced the same broken promises.
While out fishing for dinner, James catches up with an old friend. However, his friend is only wearing a fundoshi.
The Kawakita's remember the good old days when their son tries to get them to remember his birthday.
Everyone believes Mikey has wronged them when an impostor sets Mikey up. Can they catch him before Mikey's reputation is ruined?
One day, Mikey meets a transfer student named Why. Maybe the two will find a way to be friends after all?
Everyone meets at the beac,h and Mikey learns that Laura is moving back to the U.S. He does not take it well.
After realizing that Mikey never gets angry, Laura and Emily become worried that Mikey has a dark side.
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