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.
The Most Adequate Christmas Story Ever
After berating his family for their imperfect holiday cheer, Stan forces the family to set out in search of a Christmas tree that lives up to his lofty standards.
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?
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.
Red October Sky
Stan goes in search of a former KGB agent, Sergei, and is shocked to find that the man is his new next-door neighbor and that Sergei has already turned Steve into a communist.
Roger, the wisecracking extra-terrestrial who lives with Stan Smith and family, schemes to make money by dressing up as an amateur shutterbug and selling pictures of himself to the tabloids. When the CIA discovers there is an alien on the loose, they apprehend Roger at a newspaper office. They do not recognize him as the alien, however, and retain him to head up a special Alien Task Force. Overnight he becomes Stan's boss.