The Smith family forgets to celebrate Father's Day, and so to make it up to Stan, they plan out the perfect day. Stan uses a CIA device to erase their memories and have them continually plan perfect days for him.
Hayley takes Roger with her to a meditation center and he quickly takes over, becoming one of the world's leading authorities on meditation. Stan and Steve become apprentices as they are taught the art of making sushi.
Stan is upset at the idea of becoming a grandfather after Hayley and Jeff announce they're trying to have a baby. Steve and Klaus join a drug gang after Steve decides to take being an uncle extra seriously.
Hayley experiences what pregnancy would be like after Roger agrees to give birth to Jeff so he can be human again. Snot's feelings are hurt when Steve secretly signs him up for a makeover.
Steve and his friends take up witchcraft to gain power and popularity at school. Stan and Klaus become obsessed with remembering 90s bands.
Klaus gets transferred into the navigation system of Stan's car after Stan refuses to pay for a life-saving surgery. Steve and his friends prank Roger's Frank character and he terrorizes them for revenge.
Francine steals from the CIA and pretends to be a sexy supervillain to incite Stan to be more seductive. Roger tricks Hayley and Steve into trapping Jay Leno so he can take revenge on him.
Stan and Steve open up their own father-son garbage business after Stan inherits his father's old truck. Roger finds Hayley is a natural at bumper pool and brings her to play with the best player in town.
Stan gets Francine baseball tickets for her birthday but is upset when they have a horrible kiss on the kiss cam. Steve and Roger head to Nevada to help clean polluted water.
When Stan is given the task of putting together the CIA calendar, Hayley attempts to destroy it. Meanwhile, Roger gets a Discover card and fakes his death to get out of paying the enormous balance.
Francine sets out to help news anchor Greg when he and Terry split up. Roger becomes obsessed with a fictional boy from an old game called Dream Phone.
When Stan is on a mission, Francine pretends she's a widow. Steve and his friends play wrestling and get beat up by Principal Lewis.
An homage to "Goodfellas." In order to be taken more seriously and to be a "somebody", Stan becomes a meter maid who seems to have all the power.
Stan prays for a friend and thinks God sent him one, but the friend turns out to be an atheist. Stan tries to convince his friend that God exists by making his life extremely hard, but the plan backfires.
Francine's Chinese, adoptive parents drop in. Stan can't stand them and tries to find Francine's real parents. When it becomes obvious they are selfish people who gave up Francine because she would cramp their lifestyle, Stan makes a detour and never introduces them to Francine. He has a new found appreciation of his in-laws.
Stan, unhappy with the decisions Hayley is making for herself, decides to set her up with a proper husband. He gets her to go along by using her "activation word" which was ingrained in her.
At a poker game with Roger and a couple of work friends, Stan reveals that he has never actually killed anyone. He was taunted so badly by the first enemy spy he was supposed to kill, that he couldn't do it.
When Francine decides to be a surrogate for her gay neighbors Terry and Greg, Stan's Republican blood boils. When the baby is born, Stan kidnaps her and heads to the Nebraska border, where gay couples have no rights.
Francine fakes Roger's kidnapping so she can prove to Roger that Stan still cares about him. So why won't Stan pay his ransom?
A James Bond spoof. Stan plays a 007-type CIA agent who must stop Tearjerker (Roger) from killing millions. Tearjerker, the owner of a spa, abducts celebrities and swaps them out for celebrity robots and programs them to make horrible movies. Tearjerker's plan is for the celebs to make horrible movies so that his masterpiece "Oscar's Gold," the saddest movie ever, will be viewed by millions. Stan, in James Bond fashion, lures Sexpun (Francine) into help him stop Tearjerker's plan.
When Stan's mom, Betty, gets dumped by a boyfriend for the umpteenth time, she comes running to Stan for support.
Francine consoles her friend Julie because her open and loving husband has gone missing. After talking to Julie, Francine wishes Stan would share more with her. The two of them visit Roger for some couples' therapy. After a few sessions, Stan becomes an open book and shares generously with Francine. One of the secrets he reveals is that he was forced by the CIA to kill Julie's husband. Francine struggles to keep this secret safe, despite Stan's growing relationship with Julie.