Failure is Not a Factory-installed Option
Stan hits rock bottom trying to prove he's the master negotiator when a car salesman bests him. The family suffers through poverty and demeaning jobs as a result. Roger starts a drive-in movie theater in the backyard.
Dungeons & Wagons
Stan gets mixed up in street racing to put some excitement back in his marriage. After Hayley breaks up with Jeff Fischer he becomes videogame pals with Steve. In an attempt to get Jeff back, Hayley kills Steve's beloved videogame character.
Iced, Iced Babies
With Steve too busy with his girlfriend, Francine decides she wants another baby. Stan, however, does not, so he secretly gets a vasectomy.
When Steve realizes he's smarter than Stan he throws it in his face and moves with Roger to New York City to become writers. There, they quickly realize they're short on street smarts when they fall in with the pretentious hairdresser, Mr. Beauregard. Meanwhile, we catch a glimpse of the lives' of the squirrels living in the Smith's backyard.
Bush Comes to Dinner
President Bush comes to dinner when Stan wins an essay-writing contest. Hayley is determined to bring down the presidency after Roger accidentally gets Bush drunk. Meanwhile, Roger thinks he's found Osama bin Laden.
American Dream Factory
Stan chases his dream of making a fortune and living the American dream by selling holiday teddy bears. When business takes off Stan hires illegal immigrants to help him, but INS quickly starts breathing down his neck. Meanwhile, Steve starts a band with his friends, only to have Roger usurp him as the lead.
A.T. The Abusive Terrestrial
Feeling shunned by Steve, Roger befriends a new boy, Henry. Their honeymoon is short lived as Henry starts abusing Roger. Meanwhile, Stan and Francine hijack the Pibbmobile in an effort to save the fledgling soft drink from going off the market forever.