Lunchtime madness ensues when the ghouls go wild over the creepy cute new boy in school.
There is a new boy at Monster High; his name is Archer, he is a centaur, and he also is incredibly handsome. Most of the girls stare after him as he walks by, but Operetta is the only one to go as far as actually approach him. He passes by without so much as noticing her, which Toralei uses as an opportunity to mock Operetta. After claiming that she can catch his interest, she drops her books next to him and plays damsel in distress. Instead of helping her, Archer walks off and accidentally knocks Toralei over. Toralei insists her chances aren't over, prompting Operetta to mock her in return. The two challenge each other to gain his interest by lunch time.
After classes, Toralei fakes an injury to her leg to coax Archer in helping her, but she is once more ignored, much to Operetta's mirth. No progress is made until lunch time, at which point Operetta and Toralei meet each other in the creepateria. Operetta claims she will get Archer to have lunch with her. Toralei tells her to keep away from him, which Operetta answers by throwing her desert in her opponent's face. Toralei, in return, grabs a hamburger and a food fight ensues. Only once both girls are completely covered in several pieces of food do they decide to go to Archer and let him decide.
Archer at first responds oblivious to the confrontation, but his countenance quickly changes into one of delight. He jumps past the girls to the window, where he has spotted the girl of his dreams: Nightmare. She responds equally positive to him. From their spot in the Creepateria, Toralei and Operetta decide Archer wasn't their type after all and leave.
- Archer first showed up in Volume 2, in which he was an irregular presence. "The Stich-uation" treats him as if he is a new student. The presence of Gory Fangtell makes it impossible for "The Stich-uation" to take place during Volume 2.
- Since Archer meets Nightmare in "The Stich-uation", it has to take place before "Boo Year's Eve" does.
- Archer receives a name in this webisode, lifting him out of backgrounder status and onto character status.
- The name "Stitch" is misspelled in the title of the video.
- Archer is drawn with two silver bracelets rather than one for most of the Creepateria scene.