It's Toon's birthday and all he wants to do is kick back with a new video game. But he's about to learn that his sister's got something big planned.
After his impromptu performance goes viral, Toon is asked to be a guest on a talk show. Elise -- now Toon's manager -- bumps into an old rival.
Tick, tick, tick... Toon and Nina have just one day to impress a record label by writing and completing an all-new song from scratch.
There's been a massive miscommunication about Toon's vision for his music video and now nobody's happy. Cue the buckets of white body paint!
Things get real weird real quick when a woman mistakes Toon for her blind date. Also, Nina investigates her ex's odd interest in her online photos.
Toon and Nina are roped into taking part in a charity's fundraising video. Later, the pair attends a fan's awkward funeral.
Toon is asked to serve as guest judge on a DJ talent show. It's good publicity, but there's a problem -- he knows nothing about electronic dance music.
Set to perform a show that could turn Nina and him into international stars, Toon struggles with a troublesome truth: fame isn't for him.
Elise asks Toon to drop his videogame controller and come to Berlin to talk some sense into the increasingly famous -- and out-of-control -- Nina.
Seeking to capitalize on her brother's popularity with gamers, Elise brings Toon to a gamer event where he makes some unexpected connections.
Toon -- who can't cook and has no friends -- tries to put together a dinner party in order to fool Becky into thinking he actually has a life.
Robbie can't wait to speak at a motivational seminar. Meanwhile, Toon and Becky can't wait to escape. Also, Nina's guitarist just isn't feeling it.
After Becky's vlog goes viral, Toon reaps the rewards. Also, Toon swings by a neighbor's birthday party and Nina's band hits a breaking point.
Toon struggles to make his life as a reality TV star look at least kind of interesting. Robbie organizes a bachelor party for Dylan.
Toon and Nina stumble through an uncomfortable encounter while mingling at the premiere of "The Deportation."
Oblivious to the outside world, Toon and Nina lay low in Bunnik. Meanwhile, across the country and on TV, people wonder: Is Toon a sociopath?