The scenes, which always slightly vary include, the girls rollerblading, the girls on the swing with Carrie, the girls playing frisbee with Kevin, Carrie and Kevin playing basketball, Carrie, Kevin and the girls playing a very large beach ball.The opening sequence only includes the show title and the executive producers' names, unlike previous Miller-Boyett series, whose opening sequences featured the cast and producers names in the sequence.After Kevin buys them a new telescope, Mary-Kate and Ashley snoop on their neighbors. The situation gets even scarier for the twins when Kevin asks Mrs.They think that they witness their neighbor, kindly old Mrs. Baker to babysit them, while he goes to a jazz concert with Carrie.The twins set up a trap to catch the alleged two-timer with surprising results.Mary-Kate and Ashley become worried about losing Carrie when their father, Kevin, starts dating a woman named Marci.
The international networks run the closing credits over the tag scene. In this episode Mary-Kate and Ashley are 11, but in later episodes they're 12.
Ashley gets assigned Pokey Valentine, her crush, as her partner for a history project.
After learning that he is spending time with Mary-Kate, Ashley is furious.
So Carrie and Mary-Kate buy a homing pigeon, thinking this pet will actually stay alive.
Meanwhile, Ashley is heartbroken when she finds out her crush, Taylor, has a girlfriend.