When Francine successfully grows a garden, it reminds Roger he knows a recipe for truly authentic jambalaya.
Hoping to teach him the value of sharing, the family recreates a television show from Klaus's childhood. Roger has a piano recital.
Steve starts a work-study program and discovers that not all is what it seems at Channel 3 News. Roger seeks redemption in the Nashville country music scene.
When Roger has his famous Christmas sex party stolen from him the results are... monstrous. Stan creates a magazine for men.
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.
When Hayley and her old boyfriend, Jeff, elope, Stan freaks out and offers a reward to anyone who can stop them, sparking a wild goose chase throughout town.
After Stan creates a clone of Steve, Francine and Stan compete with each other to determine who has better parenting skills. Meanwhile, Roger tracks down the AWOL bride and groom in Thailand.
After hosting the scariest haunted house in the neighborhood for years, Stan is threatened by a competitive neighbor.
Roger offers to help Stan live out his dream of opening a restaurant until their different visions for what the eatery should be causes havoc.
Every year on Francine's father's birthday, Francine and Stan have an argument about moving Francine's parents to town.
Stan serves as jury foreman for the trial of one of Roger's personae, and he is hell-bent on making sure the jury finds him guilty.
Stan decides to finally give Steve a gun for Christmas and is horrified when Steve accidentally shoots a Mall Santa.
The Smiths prepare for the arrival of Stan's half-brother's family for Thanksgiving.