Weiner of Our Discontent
For over seventy years Roger has been acting like he's the most important person on the planet, and Stan is sick of it! Stan considers Roger to be a worthless, lazy, lying, cheating, alcoholic slob.
Stan is once again humiliated by the way Francine behaves in social situations, so he pushes her in the pool at a party.
Stan's Night Out
Stan feels left out when he discovers that a few of the guys from work have been hitting the town while he sits at home with Francine eating dinner on a TV tray and watching gardening shows.
When Steve gets the chance to sing the Star-Spangled Banner at a Veterans' Day event, Stan takes it upon himself to be Steve's vocal coach. Dissatisfied with Steve's progress, Stan signs Steve up for a Vietnam reenactment in the hopes that a little battle experience will help Steve to truly understand the national anthem. But the pressure of mock war, along with Stan's coaching, gets to Steve causing him to become a relentless reenacting machine.
Moon Over Isla Island
As part of a CIA assignment, Stan must court a South American dictator in order to gain access to his country's oil reserves.
When Steve has the house to himself while the rest of the Smiths are away, he and his friends crash and then lose $50 million military drone that is under the care of his father.
Stan agrees to renew his wedding vows in an elaborate ceremony (coordinated by Roger) as a gift to Francine for their 20th anniversary. But when Stan reveals that he only married Francine for her looks, Francine quits her exercise and beauty regimen. Unable to stomach Francine's new appearance, Stan has his retinas removed by the CIA scientists. Now Francine must care for Stan while he gets to know the real Francine. Meanwhile, Hayley and Steve look for an anniversary present.