In the first-season finale, Gerald thinks Trish and Mo want him to be a sperm donor for their next child. Meanwhile, Ubuntu begins to grow facial hair, and Charlie decides to teach his grandson how to be a man, much to Gerald and Helen's chagrin.
Helen is accused of stealing what she thought was a free sample of wheatgrass at One Earth, and the store bans her for life. The timing couldn't be worse: She was planning a dinner party to help advance Gerald's career.
Gerald tries to raise money to bring a Public Broadcast Radio station to Greenville and it looks like he's going to succeed, but an old woman who donated $100,000 may lose her house because of the donation. Andy Richter, Kevin Nealon and Julia Sweeney are part of the guest voice cast.
Bliss gets a job cleaning up graffiti but there's no work to do, so Helen starts tagging secretly. Her graffiti becomes a sensation, and an Oxford professor (voice of Elvis Costello) declares it the work of a major new urban artist.
Helen's back goes out, jeopardizing the Goodes' chances of being featured on the organic garden tour. A Latino gardening crew and Helen's childhood pen pal from Burma come to the rescue. But to the Goodes' chagrin, they discover they've unknowingly exploited the workers.
Charlie bonds with a repulsive dog at Helen's animal rescue and it winds up living with the Goodes because Charlie's home doesn't allow pets. Meanwhile, Che tries to help Gerald deal with a squirrel problem at the college .
Animated comedy about a vegan politically correct family whose good intentions always seem to go awry. In the pilot, daughter Bliss tires of her mother's attempts to talk to her about sex and joins an abstinence group, and adopted son Ubuntu turns 16 and wants to learn to drive.