Peggy gets a job at the town newspaper writing a household tips column...but inadvertently gives readers the recipe for mustard gas.
Complications ensue when Bill starts his own half-way house for alcoholics; Bobby shows Peggy how to ride a bicycle.
Peggy discovers that Arlen was founded by prostitutes-causing Hank no end of embarrassment.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Clown
Hank and Peggy enroll Bobby in a clown class; the guys decide to play dodge ball after they find a red utility ball in the alley.
You Gotta Believe (In Moderation)
Hank tries to raise money to save the middle school's softball team by pitting the Zephyrs against a Harlem Globetrotters-like team. But complications ensue when Hank makes the mistake of trying to win the game.
Business is Picking Up
Bobby participates in a "job shadow" program, where he's wowed by an entrepreneur who makes a living picking up after dogs.
The Year of Washing Dangerously
Strickland partners with Kahn in a car wash business, forcing Hank to become Kahn's "work monkey."