Born Again on the Fourth of July
When Bobby's laziness and misconduct upsets Hank, Lucky offers to take Bobby to his church.
Serves Me Right for Giving General George S. Patton the Bathroom Key
When Hank is given a box full of his late father's belongings, he discovers a list of his father's off-the-wall last wishes; including wanting Hank to flush his ashes down a toilet that General George S. Patton once used.
Bad News Bill
When Bobby signs up for a little league, tension develops between Hank and the coach after he is accused of giving up on his son.
The Boy Can't Help It
When Bobby is befriended by a trio of older girls, Hank worries his son is being emasculated; and Hank and the guys build the ultimate homeless cart for a local bum.
To Sirloin With Love
Thankful to finally have something in common with his son, Hank is proud when Bobby's knowledge of beef earns him a spot on a college team bound for the State Championships.
Hank is horrified when his mother announces her decision to marry a man he's never met. Things go from bad to worse when his mother decides to move into a recreational vehicle.