From the insane misadventures of "Cow and Chicken" comes a new breed of hero--the vivacious, vociferous, vermin-eating varmint I.M. Weasel. The world's smartest critter, I.M. masters everything he attempts, while dim-witted I.R. Baboon schemes to take all the credit for the astonishing accomplishments of his furry friend.
Conquistadors Weasel and Baboon set out from Spain to find the explorer No Pants To Layon, who was lost while searching for the fountain of youth.
Both Weasel and Baboon fall in love with their teacher while working out at the gym. Being the best of friends, Weasel and Baboon don’t want to compete for her affections, so they decide to let her choose between them.
I.R. gets a bicycle for Christmas and desperately wants to learn how to ride a two-wheeler. Weasel tries to teach him, but it’s one disaster after another until Weasel finally figures out that Santa messed up big-time ...
It’s revealed that through a clerical error, neither Weasel nor Baboon ever finished the third grade, so they both go back to school. Weasel hates grade school while Baboon fits happily in with the dim-witted children.
Famed scientist Weasel and his assistant, Baboon, find the last of the Freds, a tribe thought to be extinct. They bring him back to civilization, but Weasel can’t decipher his language. It turns out Fred speaks “Idiot,” so Baboon is naturally able to translate.
Weasel takes Baboon to game seven of the ? World Serious.? Baboon, however, does not share Weasel’s appreciation of baseball. He’s more interested in wandering around the stadium to buy snacks and merchandise.
Weasel and Baboon are bees in a hive. Baboon keeps performing a bad direction dance, sending all the other bees out to certain doom. Finally, they discover that Red is acting as the queen bee when he’s not even a bee.
Weasel tests the theory that if a thousand monkeys could type at a thousand typewriters, eventually they will create the greatest novel ever written. The monkeys, however, revolt when they discover they are only being paid in bananas.
The Queen of Yurp hires genealogist Weasel to find the rightful heir to her kingdom’s throne. It turns out to be Baboon, whose manners are so atrocious that Weasel must train him before presenting him to the queen.
Baboon steals the last example of a rare thistle and nearly kills it. Plant doctor I.M. Weasel is called upon to save the thistle, and in the process creates a hybrid Baboon-thistle plant that Baboon decides to marry.
I.M. Weasel’s parents suffer from CCS (Chronic Crying Syndrome), so he moves them to the middle of the ocean, where their tears miraculously stop. As a result, the world’s rivers run dry and Weasel must cause himself to cry and rehydrate the Earth.
In ancient Egypt, Weasel and Baboon work together as asp exterminators. The palace of Cleopantless (Red) is overrun with asps and Weasel – despite Baboon and Red’s combined idiocy – must chase away the treacherous snakes.
Weasel, filming a nature documentary on the last Baboonus Trailerus Mobills Stupidus, attempts to capture this endangered species on film. But baboon – nesting on driving ranges, weapons testing areas and atop the Empire State Building.
Weasel invents time underwear, which Baboon promptly steals hoping to change history in his favor. Through a strange twist of quantum mechanics, Baboon actually saves history by killing off the dinosaurs and inventing onion rings.
Weasel and Baboon are both sentenced to a correctional institute through a fluke of legal idiocy. Once inside, Weasel sets about to reform the correctional system only to find that it works pretty well already.
Pilot Weasel and co-pilot Baboon are carrying the precious cargo of people traveling upstream to spawn. When the babies start to arrive on the plane, the sheer weight of all the kids threatens to crash the whole endeavor.
Weasel and Baboon are vampires in Snottsylvania. Weasel makes peace with the peasants by helping them meet women. But Red, a famous vampire hunter, attempts to drive stakes through Weasel’s and Baboon’s hearts.
Weasel is working at the DMV when Baboon shows up to get a driver’s license. During his road test, Baboon quotes bad poetry while driving terribly. It turns out Baboon actually wanted to apply for poetic license.
Weasel and Baboon are purchased in a pet store by an abnoxious little kid. Weasel makes a splendid pet, but no matter how hard he tries, Baboon is hopeless. Unloved by his new family, Baboon runs off and gets picked up by the pound.
Weasel is a brilliant hairstylist while his brother-in-law, Baboon, does toes. When Weasel leaves on an emergency hairstyling job, Baboon takes over the shop and starts giving customers atrocious haircuts.
Weasel is captain of a whale, a sort of living submarine. Baboon is relegated to cleaning barnacles off the whale’s skin and such. When the whale is attacked by a giant squid, Weasel tries to fight it off.
Private detectives Weasel and Baboon investigate eh mysterious disappearance of Cow and Chicken and other strange occurrences: Teacher is only half there. Flem and Earl are only outlines of themselves.
Fed up with an elaborate fire-selling scheme hatched by Baboon, Red and himself, Weasel converts Baboon and Red to the belief that wild fire should live in wild and not to be cooped up in fireplaces and ovens.