When Doughy becomes Orel's shooting coach, he discovers that his student has quite the "itchy trigger finger."
Discontent with being raised by his octogenarian Father and depressed, middle-aged half sister, Joe searches for a more vibrant guardian.
Bloberta ponders Orel's question: "Why did you marry Dad?"
Clay considers the tradition of passing Ol' Gunny down from generation to generation.
Stephanie is hell-bent on Orel having a better experience than her own at the school's annual "Arms Length Dance."
A year's worth of the most important weekday in Moralton is explored through the eyes of some very very minor characters.
It's Easter and the lack of happiness in Moralton leads several troubled souls to Forghetty's Pub for some unavailable solace.
Miss Censordoll slowly hatches a plan to make eggs legal again.
Orel needs to discover something to honor his father about and finds it in Coach Stopframe.
A Moral Orel special that sheds light on the origin of Orel's religious nature and the birth of his brother, Shapey.
Putty has some unconventional ideas on death.
The good reverend hates babies. Who would have thought?
A sermon about having a good Christian work ethic evolves into a homophobic tirade.
Reverend Putty’s afraid of getting old.
Reverend Putty tries to give a sermon teaching us how idle hands are the devil’s play things, but gets sidetracked.