Roscoe and Typhoon have become inseparable pals which leads the Hu-Dad to ask the double trouble brothers what mischief they are planning.
Roscoe, with his impish grin and cuddly nature, professes to being well-behaved. His best buddy, Typhoon, has no problem embracing his delinquent side. So when the two of them are together, Hu-Dad never knows if mischief and mayhem will break out.
Interrogating Roscoe as to their plans is useless because he never knows where Typhoon will lead him (though he always follows). And questioning Typhoon reveals little because he is good at feigning innocence.