In the series finale, Harold wants to get hitched at the Lodge with Red as minister. Also: Bill returns all of his props and retires from his adventures; Dalton attempts to guess the word “finale” in the Word Game; Red shows off imaginative uses for a pasta maker and creates a perpetual-motion machine; Red says farewell; and a quick look at post-show life for many of the characters.
Red and Harold compete in a line-dancing contest; Red reconfigures a sedan car into a hideaway; Red devises a way to get guys to babysit; Bill leads a game of soccer played with vehicles; Red uses an industrial vacuum cleaner to get rid of bees.
A labeling mix-up causes Harold to put on animal musk instead of aftershave; Red gives up on parallel parking; Bill helps Red clear trees from around an abandoned boat; and Red creates a table warmer from an electric blanket.
To end a drought, Red tries to seed clouds with chemicals using a cannon he built; Winston takes his china collection to Harold's Hobby House; Red creates a “macho” seat belt for men; Red makes a computer desk and chair out of old appliances.
The guys use a tank to settle a dispute about public access to Possum Lake; Red creates a huge accordion using a van; Red develops a method for seeding a lawn; Red devises a poor man's alternative to a GPS system.
Female CEOs arrive at Possum Lodge for a retreat; Red customizes a car so he can drive standing up; Bill discovers pieces of wood missing from everything; Red creates a way to deliver cold drinks from shore to his boat; Red opens a bag of snacks using a diving helmet and a vacuum cleaner.
The 12th-season opener finds Red trying to console Harold, who has broken up with Bonnie, by pairing up with him in a white-water kayak race. Meanwhile, Bill and Winston injure themselves in a batting cage; Red pothole-proofs his car; and Red shows how to drive without hands.
Red thinks the lodge should make folk-art objects and sell them at a convention; Red uses a toilet as a carburetor for his car; Bill, Winston and Dalton have an ATV race; Glen Brackston takes his slot cars to Harold's Hobby House; and Red creates a dolly out of beer bottles.
A cell-phone scheme has Red trying to get some phones to work without signing up for a cellular service; Train tracks are used to flatten things; Arena lights are used as high beams; Yoga and sarcasm are discussed.