|The Bite Stuff|
|Season 1, Episode 14|
|Air date||January 14, 2011|
|Written by||Dan Cross & David Hoge|
|Directed by||Victor Gonzalez|
"Tone Deaf Jam"
"Brady Battles Boo- Mer"
The Bite Stuff is the fourteenth episode of Season 1.
Feeling homesick, Brady and Boomer call Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill to check in, but accidentally end up scaring them with their tales of Tarantula People, quicksand and giant bugs. While Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill rush to the island to bring the twins back to Chicago, Brady is accidentally stung by a dangerous Waka Waka bug. With the help of Mason and Mikayla, the kings must hide Brady's strange side effects. Brady, Boomer, Mikayla, and Mason must prove that the island is safe enough for the kings to stay and rule.
|Brady and Boomer are sitting on top of a tall tree, and feeling homesick, they call their Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill. They decide not to talk about the dangerous stuff on the island. They don't realise that Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill are listening to them as they speak.
While Brady and Boomer are below the tree, Brady gets stung by a Waka Waka Bug. The kings learn that the only way to reverse the symptoms is to be stung again. Instead, Boomer scares the bug away and knocks over Tarantula People Gravetones, while bringing back the Waka Waka in a bag filled with CheeseFingers and Lotion.
The symptoms that Brady gets hit with are: Bubble Butt, Elephant Ears, Angry Amnesia, Bug Eyes, Linguini Limbs and Pumpkin Head.
Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill are in Brady and Boomer's room when the Waka Waka comes out of the bag the kings brought it in. The Tarantula People invade The Castle, but are scared by the dangerous Waka Waka. Boomer chucks the bug out of the castle, and it flys away. The Tarantula People are still there, but Brady easily scares them off with his Giant Pumpkin Head, which is one of the symptoms of getting stung.
Instead of taking the kings back to Chicago, Aunt Nancy and Uncle Bill let them stay.
Brady: "Will you stop staring at my butt?"
- The title is a parody of the 1983 film, The Right Stuff, adapted from the 1979 book by Tom Wolfe.