"Go! Go! Go to Neverland!"
"Nebārando e Go! Go! Go!" (ネバーランドへＧｏ！Ｇｏ！Ｇｏ！) January 15, 1989
Peter Pan indeed comes looking for his shadow, helped by his faithful fairy, Tinker Bell. Wendy wakes up when he starts making a racket, pulling almost all the clothes out of her closet. He is very happy to find it, but cannot reattach it to himself. Tink offers to help with a bar of soap, but even with this "powerful substance", he cannot keep it attached. Peter is completely devastated and starts bawling, until Wendy approaches him. She sews it back on, and the boy gives her an acorn necklace as thanks. Wendy gives him a kiss, but this infuriates Tinker Bell (Tink stays angry at Wendy for about 10 more episodes). Peter teaches the Darlings to fly and takes them to Neverland.
Robert is humiliated when he loses a fight to Stinkmeaner, a crotchety old blind man. Egged on by Riley and the ridiculous amount of media coverage the event receives, he challenges the man to a rematch. Huey, believing the old man to be a highly-skilled blind warrior, puts Robert through intense preparatory training, guided by Uncle Ruckus, but ultimately relizes that Stinkmeaner won the first fight through sheer luck. Granddad ends up accidentally killing Stinkmeaner in anger during the rematch.
Music: "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor, "Guillotine (Swordz)" by Raekwon Feat. Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck and GZA / Genius
Tom Anderson employs the duo to do some work in his garden, which they are doing badly. He thinks that he can win money from them by having them join a poker game which he going to play with two other men. Beavis and Butt-Head do not know how to play the game, yet they win by luck alone. Anderson gives them plastic chips in exchange for the money that they won, which the duo think is a good deal.
Beavis and Butt-Head are working at Burger World, when a man who says he has a gun tries to rob it. A police officer walks in and congratulates the duo on making a citizen's arrest. The duo then think that they can then tell people what to do.
After seeing an infomercial by muscular workout guru Peter Small, Beavis and Butt-Head attempt to get fit. However, they find it difficult and soon give up. The duo see a news report stating that Peter collapsed while filming another infomercial and died of heart failure.
R. Kelly is brought to trial for urinating on an underage girl. Riley supports Kelly, but Huey sides with the law, thereby separating himself from many members of his own ethnicity who defend Kelly despite the overwhelming evidence against him.
Adam West guest stars.
"Come Quick! Everyone Admires Peter Pan"
Siblings Wendy, John and Michael have the same dream about a scary captain of the pirates named Hook and a strange, flying boy named Peter Pan who saves them. The three children live a rather monotonous life in late 19th century London: they go to school, and sneak laughs about their father at breakfast, but Peter Pan begins to infiltrate their life. They ask their mother about him, and go on a search in the library. They soon come to the conclusion that Peter Pan really exists and appears only to children—while he fades away from adults’ memories. They start leaving their nursery window open, even though winter quickly approaches. Peter Pan indeed visits their room, but all three are asleep, despite their efforts to keep awake. Nana, the canine nursemaid, bites off the shadow of the intruder. Wendy wakes up, and frantically hides the strange object in a drawer. Peter Pan must return for his shadow, Wendy reasons, and she and her brothers eagerly await the next evening. Later in the day, Mr. Darling becomes angry with Nana and ties her up outside before leaving with his wife to a party. The children are alone—and excited.
"A Wonderful Gift"
Sarah's enrollment contract is now in force, and her belongings are scheduled to arrive at the Seminary with a London wardrobe bankrolled by her father. She wants to create some happy memories before Ralph returns to India. After visiting St. Paul's Cathedral, Sarah wants a doll and leads Ralph on a shopping expedition through London. Peter, shivering in the cold, must move the carriage to avoid parking illegally. Sarah finds the doll she wants, and persuades the reluctant storekeeper to sell it to them.
The students speculate about Sarah as her belongings are delivered to the Seminary and Jessie and Gertrude move them in. The Headmistress tells her sister that Sarah is a spoiled, problem child. Settled at the Seminary, Sarah contemplates being away from her father for the first time. Although the Headmistress is pleased that Sarah is coping with her father's departure, the girl is on the verge of tears.