Taylor finds out her brother, Eric, hacked into her Cliquesters account and changed her status to something inappropriate. Her mother is upset with both of them, and she reminds Taylor that what she posts on the internet is no longer private. Her mother also reminds her to not use the internet for calling people names and that internet use results in both responsibilities and consequences.
Ruff Ruffman is in a rush to get everything ready for Chet's birthday party, and Blossom shows him that the internet can be used to solve a lot of his challenges. Using the internet, they invite guests to the birthday party, create a do-it-yourself trampoline, and make him a birthday cake.
Since Hacker has a secret device that can listen in on their conversations, Matt, Inez, Jackie, and Digit need to create a way to communicate with each other without Hacker knowing what they are saying. They decide to create a code and an accompanying ruleset so that both the sender and receiver can understand the message. Inez suggests using the page number, line number, and word number within the line of Digit's book, The Cyberchef, to communicate.
Jonathan helps Drac modernize the hotel by suggesting that the team use social media to promote the hotel and recommending that the acts be updated since they do not appeal to the new human market segment. Finally, he teaches Drac how to use modern methods of communication, such as texting on a smartphone.