When the family goes to a dude ranch, Klaus and Rogu have to work together to survive in the wilderness.
Steve spins out about his future, but a radio show about new age mysticism gives him a hopeful new understanding of life. Roger struggles to get into the adult film industry.
After a series of boring personas, Roger goes to great lengths to prove to Francine he still has "his edge".
Stan tries a new, cutting edge parenting approach DNA splicing.
Roger reveals a secret passion to Klaus; Stan and Francine seek revenge on Bazooka Sharks management.
Stan's childhood imaginary friend returns to collect a debt. Klaus has a big date and needs a fishbowl upgrade.
Hayley searches for guidance and instead finds a community of 'cool butts.'
Stan is forced to partner with Jeff in a lumberjack competition. Meanwhile, Steve, Francine and Snot enter a contest to win a vintage pickup truck.
Stan and Francine go back in time to settle an argument.
Francine and Roger get lost in a good book (or five) after Francine escapes an embarrassing situation. Stan reluctantly hangs out at the library.
Stan finally decides to do something about his secret baldness and enlists the help of Josay Bosay, Roger's famed hair-stylist-to-the-stars persona.
After Stan sells off the coveted family plot, the family opens their own cemetery in the backyard with the help of basketball Hall-of-Famer Scottie Pippen.
While running an errand in Little Columbia, Stan is confronted by his hidden past.
Stan abducts The Weeknd to teach Roger a valuable lesson. Meanwhile, Hayley attempts to sleep with the celebrity singer.
Steve discovers his mom has never stopped giving him her breastmilk.
When Stan sees a middle-school classmate, he feels compelled to right an old wrong; Roger feels a cold coming on.
Hayley takes extreme measures to help Klaus from being deported while the rest of the family tries to open a coconut.
Jeff, Francine and Roger decide to team up and start their own bus tour business, with murderous results!
After Stan is injured, Francine nurses him back to health and he becomes dependent to her. The family discovers Tuttle is a Korean reality show star.
Stan drags the family to a labyrinth for family game night; Roger gets some geese.
Steve and the boys take part in a prison experiment to earn some cash. Meanwhile, Stan deals with the death of his CIA groundskeeper friend.
Steve's efforts to befriend a Swedish exchange student backfire in a big way; The family calls in an animal behaviorist to deal with Klaus.