She may be the new girl at Ever After High, but C.A. Cupid could teach a class in helping people find love. Lucky for Hopper, she may have arrived just in time to help him find his Happily Ever After.
C.A. Cupid travels through a mirror portal to Ever After High, another high school in need of her matchmaking expertise. As soon as she arrives, she sees many potential relationships and works her magic, giving them a push in the right direction. On a slow day, she is approached by a frog who eloquently introduces himself as Hopper Croakington II and requests her help. Cupid assumes he wants to be human again and kisses him, failing to notice his protests. As soon as Hopper is a human, he awkwardly blurts out a bad pickup line and turns back into a frog. He explains that this—clumsy human or suave frog—is how his curse works, and that he cannot properly present himself to Briar Beauty, whom he has a crush on. Cupid proposes that they record lines while he is in frog form so that she can play them for him when he approaches Briar in human form.
One night on a balcony, Briar meets Hopper after being told a secret admirer was waiting for her there. She is displeased to find out it's Hopper who has a crush on her, listing off the reasons she doesn't return the feeling. Once she's done, Cupid, who is hiding beside the balcony on top of a pillar made out of furniture, plays a recording from earlier while Hopper lip syncs. Briar is impressed by the compliment and asks if Hopper has any more poetry.
Meanwhile, Dexter walks by in the courtyard below and greets Cupid, taking off his glasses. Cupid just so happens to have a crush on Dexter and this, combined with the fact that all girls swoon over him when he takes his glasses off, causes Cupid to lose her balance when she sees him. She falls down, but is fortunately caught by Dexter. Unfortunately, Hopper is now without help and predictably ruins his chances the moment he opens his mouth. He offends Briar and promptly turns into a frog, which Briar thinks is gross.
- This webisode was erroneously released during the update of the Ever After High website on July 16, 2013. It was swiftly taken down, though not before it had already been grabbed by fans and put on YouTube. It was properly released on the 13th of August.