Patch catches a cold, and he cannot follow his routines. He cannot tidy up the house, complete his homework or play the football match. The other guys come to help him, trying to do these things for him. But Patch has a bad dream about it. In his dream he sees how everything is running perfect without him. He wakes up with a strong feeling that he can leave his family and become an astronaut. But his brothers and sisters convince him that he is the only one who can do all his stuff really well.
Einstein experiments with his mp3 player, while Patch is watching. But the experiment fails and Einstein’s player is broken now. To try again Einstein needs a new mp3 player. Patch has one, but he would not give it to Einstein, because he saw what just happened. To convince Patch to give him the gadget, Einstein thinks of a story about aliens who contacted him. He tries to spark Patch’s interest by his favourite subject: Patch could play in the intergalactic football championship if he gave up his mp3 player. But Patch turns out to be brighter than Einstein has expected.
A bee flies into the Pup’s room. He has a question about the insect and turns to Einstein for help. But the bee starts to fly all over the house and scares all the brothers and sisters. Everybody wants the bee to leave, so they try to catch her. It seems like this mess will never end, when Pup comes up with a solution. A drawing of a flower, Roxy’s fragrance and Foxy’s jam make the trick!