In an effort to avoid Henry's judgement, Jimmy and Chloe try to keep their new relationships from him. Meanwhile, the Goodwins solve the final clue after realizing the extent to which their father is still managing to control their lives.moreless
When Henry tries to send a sexy picture to his girlfriend, it accidentally goes to his ex and Chloe re-connects with a friend from her childhood. Meanwhile, Jimmy decides that the only alternative to a life of crime is to be a country music superstar.moreless
In order to try for a larger role in his daughter's life and convince her mother that she can trust him, Jimmy takes Chloe and Henry to meet their niece.
A new challenge from her father gives Chloe to give up her ambition to be an actress and pursue an academic career. Meanwhile, with his fiancée concentrating on getting elected, Henry is finds himself planning weddings.moreless
Chloe's L.A. roommate kicks her out of her apartment and seeing Jimmy with a mysterious man makes her wonder if is reverting to his criminal ways.
The homecoming isn't going well for the Goodwins: Jimmy discovers that it's not easy to get away with crimes in such a small town and Lucinda having a boyfriend disappoints Henry. Meanwhile, Chloe invites April to a party to try to make amends.
Three estranged siblings return home after the death of their father and unexpectedly find themselves in line to inherit a $23 million fortune - but only if they follow their father's instructions.
Al has just gotten back from his cave-dwelers' convention with Harvey when he notices that he has gotten robbed. He starts looking for things to do, but he can only find trash. The Hooded Avenger brings in a TV set, so Al can at least watch TV. Al turns onto the news channel and sees that the police have found the guy who robbed him. So, Al does get his stuff back.moreless
Al is having a holiday party for all kinds of holidays put together. The problem is that everyone is in a bad mood because Al won't listen to anything that anyone is saying.moreless
Al gets nominated for a Best TV Show Host Award, and he is very happy about this. He turns on his TV to the Uncle Ralphie Show. Uncle Ralphie has also been nominated, and he thinks he will win. Al calls him on the phone and says that there are a bunch of other TV show hosts out there that have a good chance of winning too. Uncle Ralphie says "What like that loser, Weird Al?". Al claims he is not a loser, and there is now a war between Al and Uncle Ralphie. They begin pulling pranks on each other and are not playing fairly. Because of this, the winner was Fred Huggins, the worst TV show host, and the only one who played fair.moreless
Al is very upset because Harvey won't perform his death-defying stunt on the show. A pet psychologist comes over, but makes it worse. Soon, it is time for his stunt. Harvey won't jump off the building (which was to be the stunt). Al gets so mad at Harvey that he starts calling him names, and Harvey locks himself in his house. The Hooded Avenger comes over and tells Al that he should apologize to Harvey. Al does just that, and Harvey feels much better and performs the stunt.moreless
Al has a ton of chores to do around his cave, so he asks Cousin Corky to help with some. Corky has to get to an art convention soon. In Al's mailbag, he finds a travel brochure about going to Hawaii. Al goes, without even telling Corky. Now Corky has to fill in for Al, and miss the art convention.moreless
Al is having a big talent show in his cave. The one who wins will get a hand-crafted ice sculpture of Marvin the Sea Bass. The problem is, it melted. Meanwhile, Corky thinks she is not talented. She wants to quit the talent show. She later finds out that she can bend and break anything heavy with her bare hands. The winner was Bobby, but Al can't get the ice sculpture because it melted. Al's mom brought one. Corky gets an E for Effort.moreless
J.B. Toppersmith's nephew Huey comes for a visit. J.B. tells Al if Huey is unhappy, he will get fired. When Huey arrives, Al tries to make him as happy as possible by singing when he is commanded to. Al is sick of this, especially of Huey's bullying. So Al starts trying to find other ways to deal with Huey. Huey becomes unhappy and fires Al, but Al decides to quit. As Al is walking away, Huey tries to get Al to stay and says that nobody likes him. Al watches TV with Huey, and he becomes nicer.moreless
Harvey gets too close to the microwave and turns into a giant mutant hamster. Harvey breaks the world record for largest rodent. Al is jealous and tries to break some world records himself. No matter how hard he tries, he just can't break any record. Later, Hanson comes over to see Harvey. They begin taking pictures. The flash from the cameras shrink Harvey's radioactive DNA, and he becomes smaller again. What Al finds out is that breaking a world record isn't important. It's doing your best that matters.moreless
Al has had a busy morning that he forgot to get Harvey a present for his birthday. Al travels back in time to get one, but he ends up doing things again and winding up and many messes. Finally, Al admits his mistake. But all Harvey wants is for Al to sing for his birthday. As a present, Al sings "Yoda."moreless
This episode starts when Bobby comes in to ask Al a question. Bobby begins asking questions that Al doesn't know the answers to. The Hooded Avenger comes in and knows the answers to all of Bobby's questions. Al wants to be like the Hooded Avenger and know everything, so he orders books from "The Know-It-All Correspondance School." Al thinks he can learn everything in one day, but he can't. The Hooded Avenger and Bobby come back, and offer Al some pizza. Harvey eats some of the pizza and begins choking. Al knows exactly what to do because he's been reading a book on how to take care of hamsters over and over. Now, Al finally realizes that learning new things takes time, study, and hard work.moreless
Al is trying to write a song about cheese when some miners crash through a wall in his living room. Al believes that the miners are very rude, and they begin to fight and shout at each other. The Hooded Avenger tells Al to quit fighting, and they do quit by watching some TV. They have fixed the wall when a bolder comes crashing down through it. Al makes some split-pea fudge to keep the underground rats away, therefore, making the wall "fixed." Because of this, the miners decide to help Al with his cheese song.moreless
All of Al's friends are talking about how great John Tesh is, and how they have seen him before. So, Al begins to lie and tells everyone that he knows John Tesh personally. His friends believe him, and ask Al to invite him over. Al tries to book him over, but that costs $82,000. So, Al does an infomercial, selling all kinds of junk. Through the infomercial, he gets $82,000. Later on, Al starts getting mail from his customers saying how his products don't even work, and they want their money back. So, Al is right back where he started.moreless
Al meets a guy named Spike who has an "exclusive" club. Spike tells Al he might be able to be a member, and he asks to come to his cave to make sure he is cool enough. Spike tricks Al into doing a lot of stupid things, such as tearing off a pant leg, dipping his arms in hot melted chocolate, and shaving off one of his eyebrows. Later on, a guy named Seymour comes over who is in the club. Seymour sees how stupid Al looks, and doesn't get into the club. Spike has tricked Al into acting like a jerk in front of everybody. But in the end, Al figures out why he must think for himself.moreless