Goo and the Queen (Part One):
On her way to the children's hospital one day, Goo is stopped by a creepy pterodactyl who claims that she's the only one who can save his queen. So, she follows along, refusing to get suspicious when they enter a book entitled "Queen Witch" or when Queen Xena is oddly insistent that she drink a glass of grape juice before hearing what is ailing the queen. Everyone pretends that it's a big surprise that Goo falls asleep and that the queen turns out to be a witch who steals Goo's magical flying powers to supplement her torched, worthless broom. Goo is locked in the tower and learns the hard way that you should never try to help anyone ever.
Prickle's Baby Brudder:
Prickle's little brother comes over to visit, but the amusing thing is that he's the size of the barn. Ha ha! Anyway, it seems that he's been accused of burning down a small village and Saint George is after his head. Gumby and Prickle decide that the best thing to do is to take him back to see Saint George, who immediately starts waving his little pointy thing around. Rather than eat him in one bite, Prickle's brother decides to flee. Unfortunately, Saint George manages to keep up, but just as he's about to strike a fatal blow, he's horribly struck by lightning. Gumby quickly blames the burning village on the lightning. And so, Saint George's armor is turned into a lightning rod, Prickle's brother becomes chief of the new fire department, and Saint George takes up fishing.
Goo and the Queen (Part Two):
Luckily, Goo has a radio hidden in her hair, which she uses to contact Gumby. Gumby and friends come flying to her rescue. With all the resistance of a potted fern from the guards, Gumby steals back Goo's flying powers while Prickle and Pokey break her out of the tower. Absolutely nothing goes right for the witch, and our heroes go home.