Wade is left in charge of the farm as Orson leaves for a one-day vacation.
The episode starts with the U.S. Acres/Orson's Farm logo on a white background. The text "Orson Goes on VACATION" appears afterward, with Wade reading it in alarm. He runs to Orson, asking him why is it the name of the episode. Orson responds that it reflects what he is doing- going on vacation. He has put Wade in charge of the farm while he is out, which Wade initially takes without worry.
After realizing that he is in charge of the farm, Wade rushes to Orson, who is waiting at the bus stop. Wade claims that it is a mistake for him to be in charge, a notion Orson dismisses. After Orson races after his bus, having just missed it, Wade tries to cope with the idea of being in charge, which includes singing a song about the predicament.
- In the original version of the episode, the U.S. Acres logo is featured at the beginning of the episode, followed by the title (which is read by Wade). In the international version, the Orson's Farm logo is featured instead.
- This is the only instance where the Weasel and the Orson's Brothers are seen together.