Orel needs to discover something to honor his father about and finds it in Coach Stopframe.
Miss Censordoll slowly hatches a plan to make eggs legal again.
It's Easter and the lack of happiness in Moralton leads several troubled souls to Forghetty's Pub for some unavailable solace.
A year's worth of the most important weekday in Moralton is explored through the eyes of some very, very minor characters.
Stephanie is hell-bent on Orel having a better experience than she did at the school's annual "Arms Length Dance".
Clay considers the tradition of passing Ol' Gunny down generation to generation.
Bloberta ponders Orel's question: "Why did you marry dad?"
Discontent with being raised by his octogenarian Father and depressed, middle-aged half sister, Joe searches for a more vibrant guardian.
When Doughy becomes Orel's shooting coach, he discovers that his student has quite the "itchy trigger finger."
The final nail in the show's coffin.
The town gets together and agrees not to give Orel anymore advice.
Bloberta deals with her empty, emotionless life.
It's finally the last straw when Clay grounds Orel from church.
Orel holds a premiere of his new stop-motion animated film in his backyard for several of Moralton's authority figures.
PART 1: Orel and Clay take a father and son hunting trip.
Miss Censordoll, Moralton's intolerant librarian, takes Orel under her wing as her apprentice and teaches him how to be offended.
It turns out that Orel doesn't know a single thing besides breathing and being gullible.
Eight years ago, Orel's naivety reams him for the first time; things will never be the same.
Orel meets his sexually ambiguous gym coach after giggle time.
Clay and Bloberta Puppington debate over telling Orel things.
God is the source of trees and babies and of course, mixed messages.
Orel's curiosity hits an all-time high as he goes to live on his Grandpa's farm.
Orel witnesses his first pooping pony.
Grandpa Puppington teaches Orel some valuable life lessons.
Trust: the most valuable lesson that you can't believe from anyone.
Through his prayers, Orel speaks with God and is inspired by Abraham's almost-sacrifice of his son.
Killing people in the name of God is totally fine, right?
The Puppington's continue the destruction of Orel's intellect in their Godforsaken, God-fearing town.
It's all about trust and never about anything tangible.
He doesn't need proof, God IS proof. Supposedly.
Miss Sculptham teaches Orel about the Old and Worst Testament.