When the McGee family moves into a new house, Molly stumbles upon Scratch, a grumpy old ghost.
Thanks to Scratch, Molly struggles to make a good impression at school.
Molly attends a camping trip to answer the important question of who her best friends will be
Scratch teaches Molly's softball team what it feels like to win.
When Molly learns about Brighton’s old outdoor concert Bandshell, she sets out to rebuild it to bring the community together.
Molly must find a band to play the first concert at Brighton’s new Bandshell.
When the McGee’s van breaks down and the repair costs are more than they can afford, Molly’s mom decides to take on odd jobs to help the family make ends meet.
Molly learns that more money means more problems when she teams up with Andrea to create a scary movie.
Molly only has a few hours to put together an entire school project on Abraham Lincoln, but it’s helpful that Scratch knows Abraham Lincoln’s ghost.
Molly senses tension between her mom and grandma Nin, so she takes it upon herself to identify the source of the conflict and mend the rift.
When Molly discovers her best friend didn’t even go close to big on the biggest day of life, Molly takes charge to throw Libby the best Bat Mitzvah ever.
When Darryl gets in trouble at school, Molly volunteers to help reform his delinquent ways by giving him 'nice lessons'.
Pete and Molly put a Turnip Fest to win Best Fest of the midwest over Brighton's rival town: Perfektborg.
For one day, Molly can only say "yes" and Scratch can only say "no".
When Molly meets Brighton’s legendary founder, Ezekial Tugbottom, she realizes he’s not the hero history made him out to be.
Molly tries to prevent Libby from humiliating herself in the school talent show without shattering her newfound confidence.
When constantly lying to Libby about Scratch begins to take a toll, Molly struggles to keep Scratch a secret.
When Libby and Scratch struggle to be friends with each other, Molly sends them on a scavenger hunt in an attempt to force their friendship.
When a town-wide blackout occurs on the final night of Hanukkah, the people of Brighton seek refuge in Libby’s mom’s bookstore, the only place in town with light.
Molly tries to convince Andrea’s father to save Christmas after budget cuts leave Brighton without its beloved Snowflake Festival.
The McGees lets competition get the best of them during family game night.
When Andrea steals credit for Molly’s volunteer work, Molly tries to expose her.