While surfing the internet on the Funnie family's new computer to find music for the upcoming retro dance, Doug and Skeeter encounter Webster, a 'kid' they agree to meet to exchange some records. What the boys don't know is that Webster is really 'Friendly Frankie,' a rather unscrupulous adult. Instead of meeting them, however, Webster/Frankie creates a distraction and steals their records. Horrified, Doug and Skeeter go back online and find similar records for sale at Friendly Frankie's Used Records. At the store, when the boys try to talk to Frankie about their records, Doug and Skeeter find themselves in a bad situation. Mayor Dink and Mr. Dink rescue Doug and Skeeter and furiously confront Frankie, who is now a criminal. Meanwhile, Judy is online in the 'Bluffington's Pretentious Artists Chat Room,' where she meets a guy who uses the screen name 'Leonardo D'Warhol'. Believing she has met the man of her dreams, Judy arranges a meeting in person only to discover that Leonardo is not quite the man she expected.