Stan and Francine go back in time to settle an argument.
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.
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.
A new friendship causes Hayley to start worrying she might be slowly turning into Francine. Steve and his friends try out for Roger's improv troupe.
Hayley and Jeff help one of Roger's personas run a solar company.
Stan and the family go out to dinner at a buffet restaurant! Meanwhile, Roger becomes a flower.
When Stan realizes he can't cry, he asks Steve to teach him empathy.
Stan gets in over his head trying to impress Toshi's dad; Klaus and Jeff head to the country for a weekend getaway.
Stan struggles to cope with the untimely death of his father. Meanwhile, a simple canoeing trip does catastrophic damage to Hayley and Jeff's relationship.
Klaus enlists Stan, Roger and Jeff to join him on a wild bachelor party weekend.
Concerned that Hayley is too soft-hearted, Stan attempts to make her "farm tough" by turning the house into an urban homestead.
When one of Roger's characters falls in love with Dick it effects the whole family.
Steve pushes Stan to trace the Smith family's ancestry while Hayley and Francine go undercover as Sub Hub secret shoppers.
Hayley takes off her headband and becomes a businesswoman; Stan plans a party.
Francine explores ASMR with Roger. Steve gets a a pole in his head and a secret admirer.
Stan goes to great lengths to find the "right" couple's activity for him and Francine; Hayley and Steve look into some mysterious markings they find on the door frame.
The Smiths take a trip on an old steam locomotive to visit Francine's aunt only to discover it's being hijacked.
American Dad becomes the 25th scripted prime-time show in the History of Television to reach 300 episodes and Roger's past comes back to haunt him.