When Daisy wants to find a fishy-friend for her goldfish Goldy, Mickey and friends, aided by the mysterious conga drummin' Jungle-Pete, help her find other goldfish in the Jungle.
It's up to Detective Minnie, Secret Spy Daisy and Captain Clarabelle to team up as the Go-Getters and find some Giant Baby Chicks before they get into big trouble in Mickey Park.
Peggy is mortified, and tongue-tied, when she finds out she’s been chosen to teach the high school’s Sex Ed class.
Hank’s outrageous plan to make Bobby never want to smoke again results in the whole family becoming addicted to cigarettes.
Hank vows to teach Bobby “the true meaning of Halloween come hell or high water” after a new church member calls it a night for witches and Satanists and gets it cancelled.
A trip south of the border turns into a fiasco after a trick Mihn plays on the Hills backfires, sending them sneaking back across the border to escape the Mexican police.
Hank is determined to save his son from the ultimate humiliation after Bobby decides to model for a photo shoot and then appear in a fashion show featuring husky sized models.
An X-ray of Hank’s beef-filled colon is turned into high art even as a nervous Bobby stuffs his stomach with chopped liver sandwiches and herring crepe.
Hank, Dale, Bill and Boomhauer are ecstatic to become volunteer firefighters, although they may be better at starting fires than putting them out.
The Hills’ twentieth anniversary may be their last after Peggy, who tearfully fears the couple is now officially old, talks Hank into going skydiving.
As Hank accepts the Blue Flame of Valor award at a company dinner an outraged Mrs. Strickland catches Mr. Strickland kissing Debbie – who later ends up dead in a dumpster.
Bobby saves the day with an improvised comedy routine when a shipment of grills doesn’t arrive at the “Grill-stravaganza” sale in the Stickland Propane parking lot.
Peggy’s excitement over receiving a response to a letter she wrote to country singer Randy Travis turns to outrage when she discovers he stole the lyrics she enclosed in her letter.
There's nothing as perfect as a fresh, ripe tomato, and today Lidia proves it by tossing cherry tomatoes with arugula and cavatelli, a pasta native to Puglia.
Venice used to be the center of the spice trade, as Lidia explains. In this episode she visits the region of Veneto and then comes back to the kitchen to make mouth-watering beef cutlets garnished with aromatic cinnamon and cloves.
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