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The Creek gets help from an unlikely friend.
As the kids of the creek are famished from the lack of candy, King Xavier and his champions float down the creek throwing out candy. Xavier arrives at Kit's Trading Tree and is introduced by Maya. Xavier claims that he heard that kids on this side of the creek aren't able to get candy and snacks and need to trade when they do want them, which he claims isn't the case for his side. Xavier promises to give the kids all the candy they could eat.
While taking questions, Craig comes forward and asks why should the kids trust Xavier given that Xavier dumped him and his friends in his maze, stole his map, and started a deadly snowball fight? Xavier manages to deflect the allegations by pointing out that Craig came over to his side of the creek first to win presents in Xavier's birthday tournament that he wasn't invited to, points out that Craig still has his map, and asks Craig if he doesn't think snowball fights are fun? Xavier gives the creek kids a bouncy castle to play in as a present in exchange for them writing down their emergency contact information.
Over the summer, Xavier starts exerting more control over the creek and its citizens. Craig finds out that Xavier bought the Waterfall from the Ninja Kids in exchange for discontinued squishers. Xavier then takes the Horse girls’ meadow for use as an archery range for any recruits for his army. When the Ice Pop Trio have a friendly competition over whether Craig can draw something faster than Sparkle Cadet can make a bubble of whatever thing Cannonball says aloud, a bubble gets into Xavier's eye causing it to sting. Maya retaliates by grabbing Sparkle Cadet's wand and spilling the bubble soap inside of it.
At the playground, Toman challenges King Xavier to a game of H-O-R-S-E and Xavier is genuinely happy by the offer. Toman effortlessly makes a behind the back shot which makes Xavier scared and he badly misses the shot. The other kids laugh at Xavier's missed shot and Toman rubbing salt in the wound makes Xavier angry and he bans H-O-R-S-E from the Creek. Toman says he can't do that and Xavier says he can do that if the other kids want to have candy since he's now the only source of candy and snacks at the Creek with Kit gone.
Craig has had enough and says candy isn't worth Xavier bossing them around and throws his candy at Xavier's feet. The Squashinator comes out and Kelsey defends Craig. But Maya takes over and easily defeats Kelsey. Xavier knew Craig would oppose him so he had a contingency plan, calling Craig's Mom. Craig is shocked and doesn't understand how Xavier got her number? Xavier says he got it from Craig's little friend and both Kelsey and JP deny it was them. Bobby comes forward while wearing a flower uniform and reveals he gave Xavier Craig's Mom's phone number thinking he was just keeping Craig safe by listing his emergency contact.
Xavier then calls Craig's mom while faking crying and lies to her that Craig pushed him in order to get Craig into trouble. Craig can't believe Xavier did that and Xavier warns him he could have done worse and reveals he was responsible for Kit getting the terrible report card. Craig's Mom then calls Craig and demands that he come home and Craig dejectedly complies. J.P. asks Craig where he's going and Craig says he's going home and thinks that he just got grounded.
- Keun Sup
- Ninja Kids
- Muddy Buddies
- Horse Girls
- Angel (non-speaking)
- Kadesha (non-speaking)
- Nathan (non-speaking)
- Lil' Chris (non-speaking)
- Junior Forest Scouts
- 10 Speeds
- Sparkle Cadet
- Cheese Sticks
- Jeff Trammell's Creeksona
- Charmaine (cameo)
- Paloma (non-speaking)
- Big Red (cameo)
- Aaron (cameo)
- Kit (mentioned)
- The Green Poncho (mentioned)
- Nicole Williams (pictured, off-screen)
- Jackie throws a jar of "Helfer's Paste" at the Trading Tree. The paste has a horse mascot. The horse and name reference writer/storyboarder Roan Everly, né Helfer.