Ronald Reagan returns to China, IL to exact revenge on Steve, who years earlier impersonated the former president in a kid's talent show on live TV.
After the Dean loses control of the school to his arch-rival, Steve, Pony & Baby Cakes must help him regain the physical and psychological strength to take it back.
After a giant baby is born in the Super Science lab, obliterating the campus, the faculty is split between whether they should raise the monstrous infant or destroy it.
Student registration for the History Department sinks to an all-time low after the death of Harold, one of the faculty's best professors. Steve must come up with a plan to save their jobs while Frank becomes convinced that he's getting unsolicited attention from a paranormal being.
Steve realizes life after tenure isn't as exciting as he suspected, and Pony finds out that the Dean has a secret that he'd do anything to keep hidden.
Baby Cakes brings a date to the University's "Faculty Prom," which is held at the old, abandoned schoolhouse full of surprisingly vicious inhabitants.
When all of the students on campus fail their finals on Christmas, the professors must come up with a plan to re-teach them everything before New Years, or risk losing their jobs.
After both Frank and Steve sustain life-threatening injuries during a wrestling match, Dr. Falgot performs surgery on them turning Frankensteve into a super brother.
Baby Cakes' imaginary ex-best friend used to haunt Baby Cakes' dreams, but now with Facebook he's found a way of haunting his reality.
Different departments on campus are selected for The Dean's List, an annual scavenger hunt that is much more dangerous than it sounds.
It's the first day of school and Frank is determined to give the perfect lecture.
After The Dean raises tuition to 500 grand a semester, Pony must go to drastic measures in order to stay in school.
After Steve hires another history professor who coincidentally looks just like him, he immediately regrets his decision.
Frank discovers that Thomas Jefferson's mythical Diamond Castle is real.
Rock & roll superstar Kenny Winker is coming to China, IL and giving away one ticket to hang out with him on his tour bus, The Garden of Hedon.
Frank bets everyone in town a plate of cheese-sticks that he'll be the focus of the local news program's newest segment: Person of the Day.
Total Validation, China IL's newest counseling service, will determine who is right or wrong in any relationship.
Steve's dislike of The Beach Boys goes well beyond their music.
Baby Cakes misunderstands a lecture on Senator Joe McCarthy's infamous "Witch Hunts."
The campus becomes victim to an infestation of wild hogs.
Frank and Steve compete over their annual "Gentleman's Bet"; The Dean & The Mayor solicit Pony & Baby Cakes’ help for a Think Tank.
Frank's anus learns to speak, and quickly becomes a world-famous stand-up comedian.
Steve, Frank & Baby Cakes start a band in order to finally get the attention of the most beautiful celebrity in the world.
Crows have the intelligence of 4-year old humans, so The Dean enrolls a murder of them at UCI as new students.
The Mayor bans eating anchovies in China, IL, while Trump’s Kid joins UCI as its newest student.
It's Parent's Day at UCI (for faculty, not students), but Baby Cakes can't attend because he has to visit his mom for the weekend.
Frank proves his masculinity by challenging a boxing legend to a fight, while Baby Cakes and Pony battle in a game of Dungeons and Dragons.
Steve, Frank, Pony & Baby Cakes become life coaches for each other.
Steve and Baby Cakes strike it rich, while Frank falls in love with a piece of a movie star.
In this one-hour musical episode, Baby Cakes wants a magical pet; Frank discovers why women find him unattractive; and Pony & Steve do horrifying things to prove to each other that they are good people.