Buddy must conjure up a magic-themed cake for shock illusionist Dan Sperry, who challenges Buddy to make a cake with no instructions, only a prediction to be locked unopened inside the cake. At delivery, will the prediction come true?
Bring out the boxing gloves! Buddy plays mediator to an argumentative couple trying to decide on a cake design for their party planning business. Later, Buddy makes a cake for Petfinder.com to celebrate a giant milestone: 20 million pet adoptions!
To celebrate the Rockettes 85th Anniversary, Buddy is creating a Rockettes themed cake with the famous Radio City Music Hall neon sign! Plus, a teenager with dreams of becoming a pilot is surprised with a one-of-a-kind birthday cake.
To celebrate the 237th anniversary of the U.S. Army, Buddy is creating two very special cakes. One must wow an audience of troops in Times Square, while the other cake will travel thousands of miles to reach a unit of troops in Afghanistan.
Buddy and his team create an amazing cake for a new Children’s Hospital in Chicago. Plus, a couple decides they want a wedding cake that matches their gray invitations. The only problem is, Buddy can’t stand gray on a wedding cake!
Summer projects are in full force and the Gosselin’s take on landscaping. Despite complaints, Gator Rides and hard work ensue, then the family takes time for lemonade, yoga and an unexpected burial.
Kate and the kids head north for one last summer adventure. There are fun things planned along the way like a stop at Plimoth Plantation, lobster filled lunches, arts and crafts, and outdoor excursions.
Will & Zoey have a swimming lesson. Later, Jen works at the SIM Center with the Fire Department & gets an invitation to visit a local fire station with the family. 5-year old Will is thrilled to meet real fire fighters and ride in a fire truck.
The Hamils are gearing up for Halloween, and Michelle thinks it's the perfect time to start new family traditions. On the big night, everyone dresses in costume - even Dan! Meanwhile, Michelle thinks son Jack is old enough to start doing chores.
Motivated by the importance of keeping weight off their joints, the family improves their diet, but no one is happy to eat vegetables! Michelle prepares for her first 5K run, and Dan encourages Jack to take part in a Little People golf tournament.