Hank and the guys consult Edgar Hornsby - legal loophole expert - for advice on legally blocking construction on a neighborhood McMansion.
Hank complains about the Straight Arrow's camping methods.
Luanne and Lucky wake up Kahn in the middle of the night looking for their wedding gift.
Bobby tells Joseph that cross-dressing is old hat.
Bobby gets excited by the real estate rehearsals and tells dad he wants to be an actor.
Bobby and Peggy make a bet over how long the soccer announcer will say "Goaaal!"
Hank turns to Bobby for help in turning his place of work green.
Bobby asks for salvation at Lucky's church.
Peggy and Nancy pass a couple scantily clad young girls on the street.
Bobby and the football team protest the Powder Puff ban by dressing up like cheerleaders at the girls' football game.
Bill's cowboy hat miraculously blows off his head and onto Kahn's.
A group of kids labeled "special needs" ride the flume ride at Alamo Land.
LuAnn delights when a Japanese grill-chef transforms an onion into a volcano.
Bobby tells Hank about his new classification.
Kahn performs "The Morning After" at the local Karaoke Bar to an enthusiastic crowd.
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