Luanne and Lucky wake up Kahn in the middle of the night looking for their wedding gift.
Hank tells Bobby that a winning football season is more important than a best friend.
Joseph tries to come home after Dale abandons him at a rich man's house to have a better life.
LuAnn and Lucky explain to Bobby that he wouldn't have any fun at the dramatic, knife-juggling, Japanese restaurant.
Dale brags about the gala he's attending for his son's private academy.
Hank complains about the Straight Arrow's camping methods.
Lucky and Bobby have fun rolling down a hill inside a tire while LuAnn watches for cars.
Bobby's Grandpa Cotton stirs up trouble when he babysits for the night.
Joseph tries to make friends at his new private school by suggesting they burn a Chiramoya.
Lucky and LuAnn play "good cop bad cop" with Bobby when their other parenting methods fail.
The Arrow teaches the boys how to make a fire...theoretically.
LuAnn delights when a Japanese grill-chef transforms an onion into a volcano.
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