Fee and Foo are reunited with their parents and their lives and their friendship with Harvey changes forever.
The episode starts with Harvey, Fee and Foo playing ready spaghetti, a pasta dish call out game version of hide and seek. As Fee attempts to find either her friend or brother, a couple of strangers that look like Fee and Foo asked Fee if they seen these people, which is a picture of the twins as babies. That moment, Fee and Foo found their real parents.
At Harvey's house, they introduce themselves, Grada and Bada. They been searching Fee and Foo for a long time. At first, Foo is joyous since they have found their parents, but at the other point, Fee is mad at her parents why they left them in the first place all alone but they reveal it was the other way around when they rolled out off Grada's basket. Fee and Harvey test them and they prove to be weirdos. Fee, being annoyed and mad, tells them go back to their hometown and says that she and Foo have been fine on their own and always have, now glad that they actually left them just as she leaves.
Later, while in a tree, Fee thinks about their parents while Foo tells her that they been also searching them in a long time and Fee starts warming up to her parents. Finally, torn between Fee and her parents fixed, reuniting them back.
Later at Harvey's house, Harvey makes pie for Fee's parents, he is disappointed that his jokes aren't as funny as they are. Moments later, Fee arrives and tells Harvey that she has finally reconciled with her parents, Harvey is happy with their family's back and thought that Fee and Foo were gonna be neighbors, Fee told Harvey that she and Foo are living back with their parents now, they also leave Littlebark, leaving Harvey shocked and devastated by the news.
At the middle of the episode, a flashback where Harvey first met Fee and Foo. Harvey opens up a park but a dozen of safety rules to follow like theirs a safety line where the swing can't go higher the safety line. Harvey sees Fee and she attacks him thinking a intruder, but Fee realize that he's just an ordinary and harmless bird and leave Harvey alone until Foo injures his foot and forced to go with to his house.
Harvey takes Fee and Foo to his house, Irving and Miriam asks them if they have parents, Fee told them they don't have parents, Harvey and his parents shocked, feeling awkward Fee takes Foo outside.
Fee and Foo went to the playground back where they are in the sandbox punching the sand, when Harvey joins them, he does the same, and the trio are finally starting their friendship.
The end of the flashback, Fee and Foo are about to leave, Harvey and the rest of the kids wishes them goodbye, except Dade who is very happy although Fee and Foo told him they will haunt him forever as they leave, leaving Dade confused. The Beaks parents arrive and tell the twins they can come back anytime. Fee tells Michelle that when they come back, she and her gonna write those tattoos, Michelle satisfyingly writes a tattoo on herself. Bada and Grada about to leave, but their children remind them about not forgetting their bags. Grada pats them and expresses how much they are caring. Harvey gave them a writing kit which they can use to stay in touch. Right before they leave, Harvey, having an emotional breakdown, Fee appears to be annoyed, until heartbroken child he starts crying. Annoyed, Fee tells him to stop because she wanted Harvey to be strong and asks Foo to help but Foo also starts cry and then the three start cry as well and they say goodbye to everyone and thanking them for everything. As the imp family disappear over the hill, they say goodbye to the twins and the family, Harvey whispers goodbye to the twins, before sadly watching at the hill. Harvey watched sadly as Fee and Foo went away. There was nothing he can do to tell Fee and Foo to stay or come back.
Back at his house, Harvey still looks at the window thinking and missing Fee and Foo. The parents and Michelle worryingly check on depressed Harvey. Offscreen, they called to Harvey for dinner but there was no reply. Miriam worries him not having dinner. Harvey sadly explains that he is not hungry and that he is glad to have his friends' family back, but he wants to know, why they have to leave. Irving explains that sometimes others that come into one's life have to leave, even if they don't want. Harvey figures that there was something he can do but Miriam explains that there was nothing he can do to tell Fee and Foo to come back and that there was nothing Miriam or Irving can do to tell Fee and Foo to stay or come back. Harvey expresses how sad it is to say goodbye to those whom he loves, Miriam sadly confirms Harvey's statement and reassures her heartbroken son that he's lucky to be their friend and nothing will change that, since the twins leave him.
At the end, Harvey went to the playground where he met Fee and Foo for the first time since they were toddlers, goes on the swing and goes higher on the safety line. As he swings, Irving narrates and explains friends are the one who makes you laugh, being brave and influences you, influencing Harvey as taking risks in life to remember them by and that Fee and Foo will always be with him. Harvey passes over the line a happier bird as the screen of his face close-up iris out.
At the final scene, Mitch delivers something at Harvey's mailbox, revealing to be a letter from Fee and Foo.
- Harvey Beaks
- Irving Beaks
- Miriam Beaks
- Michelle Beaks
- Piri Piri
- Mitch (cameo)
- Jeremy (pictured)
- Ira Fingerman (cameo)
- Some of the photos which Harvey had, were part of the intro.
- This final episode is similar to Disney & Pixar Movie "Finding Dory".
- This is the first time (and only) that we see flashbacks of Foo and Fee when they were younger.
- At the end of the episode, some of the scenes that Harvey remembered were from episodes like: "Harvey's First Scar", "Floo-id", "Bark Kart", "The Sleepover's Over", "Night Maid", "Recipe for Disaster", "Little Littlebark", "Bag of Naughty", "The Ballad of Muesli and Jangles", "A Day of No To-Do", and "The Storm."
- This marked the final episode of the series.
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