Everyone calls Anne crazy when she claims to have seen the mythical Moss Man.
While out picking berries and fungi, Anne comes across the Moss Man, a giant majestic creature. She accidentally scares it away after choking on a butterfly. The Plantars arrive, but when she tries to explain what she saw, they disbelieve her. Anne furiously will not give up on what she saw and the Plantars begin to compare her to the town loon, One-Eyed Wally who sides with Anne about the existence of the Moss Man. Anne cannot sleep over how she was compared to Wally and desperate to prove that the Moss Man exists, sneaks out at night and recruits him as he claims to know where the Moss Man lives.
Anne and Wally make their way through terrain with the latter playing his accordion non-stop. While crossing a gorge, Anne and her phone fall and Wally rescues both, impressing her. He later tells her that she should not worry about what other people think, especially since she is not in her world now. They finally run into the Moss Man, but it escapes. When Wally reveals that he did not know it actually existed, Anne is furious as she felt that there was a chance that she would be considered crazy like him. Saddened at being considered a bad influence, Anne apologizes and admits that there is nothing wrong with him.
They continue to chase the Moss Man up a cliff, but as they climb, Wally falls. Anne grabs him, but as they reach the top, the Moss Man has already fled. Anne decides that she does not care if people think she is crazy and the two return home to tell the story as a song. Everyone turns away in disbelief and the Plantars approach Anne believing that she is emotionally hurt when really she is fine. When they insist that they comfort her, she pretends to act crazy and chases them all away.
- Brenda Song as Anne Boonchuy
- Justin Felbinger as Sprig Plantar
- Bill Farmer as Hop Pop Plantar
- Amanda Leighton as Polly Plantar
- James Patrick Stuart as One-Eyed Wally
- This is the first episode where One-Eyed Wally takes center stage.
- The Moss Man's look is inspired by the designs of Studio Ghibli.