Pinky's unhappy when his favorite stop sign gets a high-tech replacement, so he sets out to save all the things he loves in Sackenhack.
What begins as a fun way for Pinky and Babs to boost their chances of earning a SackenScout badge quickly spirals into a heated competition.
Determined to prove that Babs and JJ are more than just "supporting characters," Pinky pushes them out of his shadow -- and into the limelight.
When Mr. Dog isn't feeling well, Babs needs an assist from Pinky and JJ to get the pooch to the vet without Bob finding out.
Bob gets stuck working a security shift at the mall during his planned birthday bash. But Pinky makes sure his pal still has a chance to party.
After the school's troublemaker confesses he's no good at being bad, Pinky offers to help him figure out who he really is.
In an effort to get his busy parents to reconnect as a couple, Pinky arranges a romantic dinner for two.
Pinky's concerned he's excluding others by hanging out with just Babs and JJ, so he invites everyone to join in on the trio's after-school activities.
On the eve of the annual fun run, Babs is once again without a sponsor, so Pinky vows to do everything he can to find her one. And he means everything.
After finding a hair on his face, Pinky concludes he should be the new man of the house -- a decision that leaves his dad at loose ends.
When Principal Pfunne threatens to turn the students' laid-back gym class into a boot camp, Pinky suggests they learn tag-team wrestling instead.
Worried that his beloved eraser is becoming too small to wipe out his mistakes, Pinky commits to living the rest of his life error-free.
Pinky hatches a plan to make his parents famous after learning they once performed together as a singing duo.
Convinced that his friendship with Babs and JJ is in crisis, Pinky turns to a relationship app to help them get their spark back.
Pinky tries to repress his wienerness when he's told that only human boys and girls can compete in the Ultimate Mascot Championship.
After finding a $100 bill on the ground, Pinky, Babs and JJ go on a spending spree without stopping to consider the consequences.
Pinky's upset when he doesn't know Babs's favorite kind of cupcake, so he steps up his best-friend game by learning everything he can about her.
Hoping to become a more well-rounded hot dog, Pinky seeks out an expert in sarcasm and asks her to be his coach.
Pinky, Babs and JJ share a magical moment when they hear a catchy tune on the radio, only to run into trouble when they try and track it down.
When Pinky forgets an important anniversary, he decides to delete unwanted memories from his brain in order to make room for new ones.
Pinky embarks on a positivity campaign to boost student morale -- armed with a lot of gold stars. But the plan backfires by working a bit too well.
When an online search of his name turns up a page full of falsehoods, Pinky attempts to do everything listed so he won't get caught living a lie.
JJ goes into hiding over a tragic haircut, prompting Pinky and Babs to try and lift his spirits by looking as terrible as they can.
Pinky fakes an injury to help bring out the best in everyone -- but he takes it too far. (And Pinky finally reveals why he has a bandage on his head!)
Pinky gets a job bagging groceries. But when a customer leaves the store without smiling, the hard-working wiener has a tough time letting it go.
When Pinky wakes up on the wrong side of bed, he figures the best way to overcome his grumpiness is to face the day with a big smile.
Pinky's thrilled that his dad is finally letting him help in the garden. But he grows uneasy when he learns that certain types of plants aren't welcome.
JJ's nervousness around new people threatens to get the best of him when he's accepted into an "advanced" class at school.
Dumbfounded when he discovers that his dad doesn't have a best friend, Pinky launches a search to find him a BFF.
Pinky holds a series of challenges inspired by his favorite TV show, "Quest of Crowns," to decide who will reign as king at the school dance.
Hoping to raise school spirit and make dreams come true, Pinky encourages his classmates to elect him mascot -- and promises the impossible in return.
When the town's favorite treat gets discontinued, Pinky attempts to reverse-engineer the recipe to avert a Snackpocalypse.
While volunteering at the animal shelter, Pinky takes a shine to a ferocious feline and decides they're going to be meow-velous together.
Worried that his mom isn't using the latest technology, Pinky shows her how to get RIPPED: really, insanely, pretty prepared to engage with digital.
No one relishes school spirit week more than Pinky. But in his zeal to boost the mood of head cheerleader Tina, he doesn't see she has a crush on him.
Pinky loves Sackenhack, so he's shocked when someone gives his online posts about the town a thumbs down. Can he change the mind of this Sacken-hater?
Pinky, Babs and JJ make a hilarious video that's "almost perfect," a so-so assessment that doesn't cut the mustard for perfectionist Pinky.
When the town's largest duck dies, Pinky makes it his mission to convince everyone that King Sackenquack is still alive.
JJ's dream of being featured on a fashion blog goes awry when the outfit he adores doesn't fit. Enter the sausage stylist with an idea …
When JJ and Babs mock a TV show Pinky loves, he starts lying -- and breaking school rules -- to binge-watch the episodes in secret.
Pinky and Babs discover JJ doesn't like scary movies, so they concoct a plan to get him over his fears by scaring "the scared" out of him. Eeeeeeek!
Pinky tries to sneak a book on extreme chimney sweeping back into the library after he forgets to check it out. To be frank, it doesn't go well.
Armed with some doggedly creative plays, Pinky joins the school football team with one goal in mind: to get them their first win.
JJ buys a new leather jacket and makes plans to do more "extreme" stuff, causing Pinky to fret about the future of their weekly role-playing game.
Pinky cooks up an undercover scheme to save Bob's security guard job after he screws up a safety demonstration at school.
After misbehaving in class, Pinky uses his trip to Principal Pfunne's office to help her come out of her very rigid shell.
When JJ accidentally calls Pinky's mother "Mom," the little wiener has an amazing idea: They should go from friends ... to brothers.
To reawaken Coach Freebird's love of teaching (or maybe just awaken it, period), Pinky joins his tae kwon do club and vows to be the perfect student.
A termite infestation forces Pinky, Babs and JJ to hunt for a new hangout spot. But nothing's good enough for the hard-to-please hot dog.
A misplaced sock ignites an avalanche of worry for Pinky, who strongly believes all pairs should stay together for life.
An app that counts steps prompts Pinky, Babs and JJ to add up every single thing they do. Competition's good for friendship, right?
After discovering that his life's purpose is to inspire people, Pinky sets out to perfect a new voice for his oral report.
Pinky suspects his phone is out to get him when his texts to Babs autocorrect into insults. His solution? Be his own phone to find her and apologize.
Pinky deals with jealous feelings when he finds out about Babs's onetime pal, Jules. Learning your best friend had a BFF before you is the wurst!
Things get out of hand when Pinky wrongly assumes his mom is training him to take over her successful half-gym, half-bakery business.
Pinky and JJ hear that Babs is moving, so they try to make their last night together special. Good thing they've got Pinky's beefy Babs bucket list.
When Pinky's report card shows an absence, he attempts to erase it -- and save his permanent record -- by living two days simultaneously.
Babs temporarily loses her sight after a trip to the eye doctor, inspiring Pinky to become her guide hot dog.
In his excitement over family movie night, Pinky accidentally breaks his mom's trophy, then feels guilty and decides to ground himself.