Iggy Pancakes is introduced to a new friend, Milton Bheeda. Milton likes to play with all kinds of colourful liquids and spray them around in pretty patterns. Iggy thinks that looks like fun and embraces the messy play!
The Pancakes family visit their neighbours, the Sierras, so that toddlers Iggy and Darrin can play together. Kelly Sierra notices that Bob Pancakes has really become quite muscular. Eliza explains that Bob has become a gym addict recently. Bob hates working out, but once he started seeing such noticeable gains, he couldn’t stop!
Iggy visits his friend next door, Darrin Sierra. They get served some pancakes for lunch. Iggy comments that his own name is ‘Pancakes’, which is the same as this food. Aren’t words funny?
Being a gourmet chef, Bob can cook up anything his son Iggy wants for lunch. But Iggy really wants chicken nuggets! Bob zaps some nuggets in the microwave and serves them to his little charmer.
Iggy is becoming more communicative every day, so Eliza shows him some flash cards to teach him how to ask for help with basic needs. Eliza holds up a card with an image of a toilet, and Iggy learns how to ask for help to go potty.
Eliza Pancakes watches as her son Iggy and husband Bob enjoy a play session. When Iggy was a baby, he had darker skin and had a resemblance to Bob. But as he grew, Iggy’s skin became fairer and his red hair shows that Eliza’s genes are becoming more dominant.
Darrin Sierra is invited over to the house next door to play. He’s introduced to his neighbour, Iggy Pancakes, and is intrigued to meet another kid his own age. Iggy isn’t afraid of strangers and welcomes his new friend to his room.
Is that a Silver Dollar Pancake? Nope. It’s the latest addition to the Pancakes household! Arriving home from the hospital, Eliza gets some much needed rest while Bob gives an early morning feed to his newborn son, Iggy Pancakes.