Join Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge and former The Simpsons writer/producer Greg Daniels as they mosey on back to the land of the Rio Grande, where Hank is wondering if he should vote for a fellow Texan in the presidential election.
Hank has second thoughts about voting on Election Day after shaking George W. Bush's limp hand.
Hank's plan for his son to learn responsibility backfires after Bobby starts working for Buck Strickland and begins picking up the older man's bad habits.
As Hank builds coffins for his family, Bobby struggles with the fact that he's still treated as a child even as Joseph laments how awkward adulthood is for him.
Peggy's Thanksgiving dinner is interrupted when John Redcorn arrives uninvited, and Bobby gets sent to his room for spouting anti-Thanksgiving sentiments in front of the guests.
The Booster Club sends a distraught Hank to talk to Peggy after she fails the football team's star fullback and gets him suspended from the team.
As Peggy works on her float for the upcoming Veteran's Day parade, Hank finds out his father is so broke that he lost his house in Houston.
Desperate to achieve immortality in the school yearbook, Bobby decides to try out to be the next Landry Longhorn, the school football team's mascot.
Bill has so much fun setting up his house as "Santa's Village" during the holidays that he puts a Santa bounce house in his backyard after the holidays are over--much to Hank's dismay.
Hank refuses to accept the fact that his prized truck, which has been giving him trouble, may only have another five or six hundred miles left to go.
While a distraught Hank tries to deal with the fact that he wasn't born in Texas, Cotton and his buddies once again make plans to assassinate Fidel Castro.
Hank discovers his family has been cooking with charcoal instead of propane, and Bill bumps into his ex-wife while on a date with former Texas governor Ann Richards.
After Bobby is given a ventriloquist's dummy and comes up with his own clever routine, he's disappointed to discover that people like the dummy more than they like him.
Unaware that the new employee at Strickland Propane is a prostitute, Peggy becomes her best friend and even offers her a place to stay -- Hank's den.
When Dale is told he must give up his exterminator job or risk death due to overexposure to chemicals, he quickly finds a new area of expertise -- firing people.
Concerned about Luanne's over-active sex life, Hank takes her to a religious ceremony for a "soul do-over" where she must promise not to have sex again until after she's married.
When Bobby develops an allergy to dog dander, Hank reluctantly builds a deluxe doghouse for his beloved Ladybird, but the one who ends up living there isn't the dog!
Hank, Dale and Bill protest the town's proposed new landfill site when they realize that work at the site will uncover a 30-year old secret they've kept from Boomhauer.
When Nancy tells Dale that his smoking has ruined her skin and jeopardized her career, Dale sues the tobacco company hoping to win enough money to buy his wife a face-lift.
As Hank prepares to enter the 1st Annual Durndale County Lawn Mower Races, he discovers his excruciating back pain is caused by the fact that he has no butt.
When a security guard mistakes Bobby for a high school student, Bobby plays along by explaining that his short stature is due to his failing kidneys.