Oobi is in the living room, playing with his toy car. He explains that he's going to Kako's house for dinner. Grampu walks him to Kako's door, and they hear maraca music playing. Grampu knocks on the door and Papu, Kako's dad, answers. Grampu says "goodbye" and Oobi follows Kako inside. While Papu makes dinner, Kako shows Oobi his collection of family photos. Oobi notices that Mamu is in a lot of the photos, but she's not home. Kako explains that she works at an office and isn't always around.
Next, Kako shows Oobi a few keepsakes that he bought on vacation, including a basket from Alaska, a drum from Kenya, and a maraca from Mexico. Kako lets Oobi play the maraca, and they invite the viewers to imitate the sound of a maraca with them. After playing, Oobi notices a painted rock. Kako says he painted it himself. Oobi asks where it's from and Kako tells him that it wasn't from a family trip, but from a "backyard trip."
Papu calls the boys to the dining room, where Papu has made a dinner of rice, fish, and okra. Oobi doesn't touch the okra at first. Papu explains that it's a great-tasting vegetable and that he used an old family recipe to prepare it. Oobi tries it and ends up loving it. The next scene is an interview segment, where Uma asks preschoolers about their families and heritage.
The scene cuts to Oobi and Kako playing leapfrog. Papu turns on a radio and dances with Kako. Oobi is nervous and doesn't want to join at first, but he soon dances along with them. After dancing, Grampu brings Oobi home. He asks if Oobi liked Kako's house, but Oobi tells him that he didn't. He then explains that he loved it. Grampu laughs, and Oobi waves "goodbye" to the viewers, ending the episode.