After recently losing both of his arms, Mr. Lumberson puts on a brave face and pretends to enjoy his own birthday.
Mr. Lumberson recklessly loses his other arm when he’s overcome with an irresistible craving for cheddar cheese.
Woody B. Lumberson reluctantly lends his new sports car to his mother so she can practise for her upcoming driving test.
Mrs. Lumberson asks her son to take some glamour shots of herself as a surprise anniversary gift for Mr. Lumberson. No questions asked.
Woody B. Lumberson makes a scene when he drops his jumbo sized ice-cream that he bought with all of his pocket money.
The Lumbersons organise a candlelit memorial to honour the memory of Baby Sweep, who was tragically forgotten in an overseas hotel room.
The Lumbersons play foster family for the day and adopt Baby Sweep into their home (and hearts).
Unable to afford upsizing back to a three bedroom house after Woody B’s return, Mrs. Lumberson utilises her baking skills by building her family a Gingerbread Mansion. Under the proviso that she wouldn’t use it to lure and kidnap anymore children.
During the Lumbersons’ day trip to the lost city of Petra, Mr. Lumberson is so inspired by the Treasury’s stone carving grandeur, that he decides to rekindle his passion for whittling.
The Lumbersons visit the Pyramids of Giza - their first family vacation since Woody B.’s disappearance.