When Jarvis invents a new toy ball that bounces the company into financial difficulties, Candace tries to use it to her advantage.
Jarvis holds a competition for dogs to promote his new canine car, but the prize is so attractive to Piper, she enters herself.
Mrs. Bubkes pretends to be pregnant to get out of work, but her plan backfires when the kids want to meet Mr. Bubkes.
The Knickknack team dresses up as superheroes to promote a new toy, but when a young fan has a problem with bullies, they're forced into action.
Candace gets her chance to sabotage the latest Knickknack toy when Jarvis promotes Mrs. Bubkes to vice president of the company.
Piper starts a Knickknack Toys band but then loses creative control, while Knox and Aster test old toys with painful results.
While Aster becomes a dollhouse landlord, Jarvis expands the business to include mattresses, which sparks a war with Mel, the Mattress King.
Jarvis posts a video of Aster wearing a full-body fur suit and starts a craze about the legendary Littlefoot creature.
When the gang gets news that there's a million-dollar vintage toy somewhere in the Knickknack building, they launch an intense search.
Jarvis goes overboard on safety precautions after Candace reports Knickknack to an inspector, but he doesn't factor in Geneva's baking experiment.
The Knickknack gang releases a new piggy bank, but when it makes kids' money disappear, Jarvis and his crew must solve the mystery.
Piper feels neglected by Jarvis and the gang, so she goes undercover as a blonde to show that blondes really do have more fun.
The owner of building block giant Snappo offers to sell his company to Jarvis for a steal, but is his offer too good to be true?
When a boy uses Knickknack's new toy rocket to blast his baby sister into space, Jarvis and his friends are stuck with an out-of-this-world emergency.
Piper updates an old Knickknack toy to act like Jarvis and uses it to figure out how to finally get Jarvis to fall for her.
Hollywood star Jazlyn Simms stops by Knickknack Toys to meet the designer of her doll's dresses, and Jarvis takes credit for work that isn't his.
To promote sales of the K-Kube, Jarvis holds a contest between K-Kube whiz Geneva and Kubot, a robot built to solve the cube puzzle.
Bowie lies to Piper that Jarvis is in love with her, and then he must keep the pair apart so Piper doesn't let on and get Bowie in trouble.
Jarvis becomes the owner of Knickknack Toys and hires five high school friends to help create and test their first new toy: the Strong Suit.
Jarvis and his team go undercover at Melody Burger to convince the owner they have the best kids' meal toy for the fast food restaurant.
After Jarvis discovers Piper performing a love song about him, Piper calls on Aster to help her concoct a story that covers up her feelings.
The Knickknack team creates a Web show to promote their new toy, the Rainbow Bunny, after Geneva accidentally orders a million of them.
Jarvis and his friends discover a strange man inside the building who claims to be company founder, P. Everett Knickknack.
It's Valentine's Day, so Piper invents a toy that makes anyone hit with it fall in love. Jarvis is her first target, but maybe the toy works too well.
Jarvis and Piper each create songs for a new video game, but when P. Everett Knickknack tests them out, his dancing turns deadly.
Piper thinks Knickknack's Angie doll promotes an unreasonable standard of beauty, so Jarvis holds a beauty contest to come up with a new design.
Geneva creates a terrible toy to represent Knickknack at the Toy Innovator Awards, and Bowie discovers Candace has a plan to steal the toy idea.
Bowie's newest invention allows kids to control video games with their minds. But when Jarvis gives it a try, things go dreadfully wrong.
A kid claims that a Knickknack chemistry set blew up his family's house, so Jarvis moves them into the company building -- plus all their relatives.
Bowie becomes the new boss of Knickknack Toys after he wins a lawsuit, but he soon turns the relaxed company vibe into a stuffy corporate atmosphere.
Mrs. Bubkes gets recruited into the Meeskatanian Army, but Jarvis and Piper try to get her out of it. Meanwhile, Bowie has flying bicycle trouble.
Geneva strikes a deal to sell the puppets for a popular kids show, but Jarvis's fear of puppets causes some tangles.
Piper creates a new game for GameCon and gets Jarvis and Bowie to dress up as characters and fight to promote it. But is the fight more than an act?
Candace steals the Knickknack Fat Cat Tournament cash and locks it in a safe deposit box. The team has to break into a bank to steal it back.
When the team pitches ideas for a new line of action hero toys, they reveal each of their ideas of what a superhero -- and super-villain -- should be.
Jarvis mistakenly exposes a magician's trick and attracts the wrath of an army of magicians. His only hope is to pull off an amazing trick of his own.
Geneva throws her Sweet Fifteen birthday party at Knickknack Toys, but when she doesn't invite Bowie, Jarvis vows to sneak him in.
Piper defeats the world's greatest online gamer, Alphadog, who turns up at Knickknack Toys and surprises everyone by catching the eye of Jarvis.
When a little girl saves a life with a toy designed while Candace was in charge, Candace sees it as an opportunity to reclaim Knickknack Toys.
Pop star Caden Clark hides from fans in Knickknack Toys and becomes so addicted to a video game that he might miss his own concert.
Jarvis dreams up the greatest toy ever while napping, but forgets what it is upon waking. The team tries recreating his day exactly to jog his memory.
The gang is given a tough choice after their perpetual motion machine, Mmmboing, bounces into Prime Minister Davenport on national TV.
Jarvis gets two tickets to the Super Bowl, so Piper, Bowie, Geneva and Knox fight over the chance to be Jarvis's date to the big game.
In an attempt to discover exactly how Jarvis feels about her, Piper tells him that she's thinking about leaving Knickknack Toys.