Coop and Cami Ask The World season 2←Coop and Cami Ask The World season 1
Coop and Cami Ask The World season 2 episodes list:
Coop and Cami try to find out who the mystery person is behind a new rival streaming channel called Which Would You Prefer; Charlotte convinces Jenna to join social media.
Charlotte asks Coop to be a part of her a cappella group for the week, which temporarily takes him away from Would You Wrather and causes Cami to struggle with the idea of sharing her brother.
Cami discovers that Tara is planning to replace Delaware on the NPC Dance Team, and struggles when she realizes that it may inadvertently be her fault.
Cami and Fred are excited to see their favorite band in concert, but when Cami is offered a single VIP ticket, she must decide what her friendship with Fred means to her.
Cooper gets nervous about his upcoming Junior Firefighters test, but everyone assures him that he'll pass because his dad was a firefighter.
Cami attempts documentary filmmaking to get an "A" in her visual arts class and make high honors at school.
Cami struggles when she inadvertently reveals secrets about Cooper and Peyton that they didn't want each other to know.
Cami and Ollie try to prove that they are responsible enough to choose their own bedtime by moving out of the house and into a giant igloo in their backyard.
In order to teach the kids that Christmas isn't all about receiving presents, Mom hides their gifts.
Cami is excited to compete in a pairs figure skating competition at the rink until Charlotte also decides to enter.
Cami and Charlotte decide to use their mom's new house listing as a secret place to hang out.
When Cami's ongoing prank war with Pam causes Charlotte to bite her tongue and lose her ability to speak clearly, Cami must take her place at the debate team regional finals.
Coop and Cami are excited to use Ollie's talent for burping to break a world record, but in order to do so, they have to break Ollie out of his piano recital.
Cami is determined to put on a great party for her upcoming 13th birthday, unlike her past parties, where something always seemed to go wrong.
When Coop and Fred go on a recycling spree to prove they care about the Earth, they accidentally throw away a sculpture that was donated for Charlotte's fundraiser.
When Mr. Walker gives Cami Saturday detention for something that wasn’t her fault, she’ll have to miss her big dance competition—unless she sneaks out. With her family’s help, Cami attempts the most daring detention escape any student has ever tried.
When Cami tells Delaware she doesn’t want to take up a new hobby with her, Pam takes advantage and tries to steal Delaware as a best friend.
Coop and Cami go into full damage control mode when they learn that Delaware's secret admirer is Ollie!
When Cooper needs money to go to an out-of-state tournament with his hockey team, Cami secretly rents out their garage to help him raise funds.
Cooper arranges for the Glamtronics to perform at the annual Firefighters' Ball, but it winds up being the same night of Peyton's going away party.
When Jenna doesn't approve of Cami's new look, which includes makeup, Cami has a fashion standoff with her mom to gain more independence.
In a desperate attempt to avoid going to Charlotte's bassoon performance, Coop, Cami and Fred come up with an elaborate scheme that involves them crashing a wedding.
The Wrathers' family vacation takes a turn for the worse when Fred splits his pants at the local snack shop. Now Cooper must help him find a way to prevent everyone from discovering the mishap, including Fred's new crush.
Coop and Cami decide to pick up their dad’s old tradition of taking the family to see the Duluth Diamond Dogs baseball team.
When the kids mistakenly believe Principal Walker is seeing someone else, they set a plan in motion that ends up ruining his surprise for Jenna.
The Wrather kids devise a plan to get Principal Walker his job back at their school so that he won't accept a new position in another state.
Cami is determined to get school canceled for a snow day, but Cooper is desperate to keep school open so that he can take, and ace, a test that he actually studied for.