The guys taunt Milton street with their fireworks supply.
Hank tells the guys that Peggy wants a convertible.
Hank, Bill, Dale and Boomhauer flush Cotton's ashes down the toilet.
The guys help out by baby-proofing Luanne's home.
Dale performs a scene from his children's book "The Magic Bullet": the story of a little gun searching for her lost bullet.
The guys discuss questions they have for their fathers.
Bobby becomes man of the house when Hank becomes afraid of a bat.
Luanne presents her latest, updated puppet DVD, Manger Babes.
LuAnn thinks the wall-mounted high-def TV is actually a window. Can't you let the Kitty Cat in?
Najimy, who plays Peggy Hill, on her favorite guests who've appeared on the show.
Peggy, Minh and Dale observe Bill's spending habit.
Bobby and the football team protest the Powder Puff ban by dressing up like cheerleaders at the girls' football game.
Lucky and Bobby have fun rolling down a hill inside a tire while LuAnn watches for cars.
Hank is tired of his new Canadian neighbor's rude behavior.
LuAnn delights when a Japanese grill-chef transforms an onion into a volcano.
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