Woody disregards the warnings about global warming and decides to make his carbon footprint as big as possible.
After 15 years, Brickleberry National Park reopens its youth camping program.
Woody becomes a celebrity when he develops a hemorrhoid that resembles Jesus, while Steve becomes a police officer, realizing a lifelong dream.
Denzel is transferred to a remote fire tower; Ethel is wary of a new female ranger.
Ethel's extreme measures to safeguard the young bear's future introduces Malloy to the uglier side of wildlife preservation just as Woody's reckless wager with the crackhead mayor of Hazelhurst puts the park's very future in jeopardy.moreless
Ethel becomes pregnant after getting drunk and sleeping with Steve, while the other rangers get sent to a mental hospital.
Woody is demoted by the visiting Secretary of the Interior; Denzel gives up smoking marijuana and feels like a new man.
Steve becomes a gay country and western singer and song writer and Malloy gets his wish to be a big bear.
Denzel marries Woody's mom; Connie is obsessed with "Wheel of Fortune" host Pat Sajak.
As Ethel and Connie compete against each other in the Miss National Park Beauty Pageant, Steve and Denzel prepare for their first threesome.
Woody tries to join an exclusive country club.
Bobby joins a Cotillion class, in order to meet new girls. While there he falls for a girl named Michael. Peggy also finds an interest in her mom Katt, who follows all the different trends. Peggy and Bobby try to impress by being "cool", but instead ruin Michael's birthday. Hank falls in love with the food at a new restaurant, but the, sit beside strangers, policy bothers him.moreless
In order to not fail the yearly standardized test again, Principal Moss convinces a group of students, including Bobby, to convince a specialist that they are Special Needs, and therefore exempting them from the standardized test. Hank is outraged when Bobby has no homework and doesn't learn anything. When the "Special Needs" children go on a field trip and cause a scene, Principal Moss realizes, he needs them all to take the standardized test to prove they were just goofing off and not Special Needs, and has just one week to teach them everything.moreless
When Minh's father, General Gum, who hates Kahn, comes for a visit, Kahn can't stand being at home, and finds solace in a karaoke bar, where he becomes a hit. General Gum can't stand Kahn being popular, so he steals his song at the Nine Rivers Fundraiser, where Kahn was suppose to sing, sending Kahn into a depression. Bobby and Peggy make bets for bragging rights.moreless
Bobby becomes the leader of a carnival committee. When the school decides to run a diversity project with his group, they stop planning the carnival and focus on all the evil from history and decide to make the carnival a learning day. Lucky gets hurt and everyone tries to get him to go to the hospital.moreless
Bill has to shape up for an upcoming Army physical, and decides to have a gym in his garage. When he becomes friends with a group of body builders he becomes aggressive and develops a bad attitude. They over work him until he hurts himself, but they refuse to stop.moreless
After Bill goes into a funk over being childless, he gets convinced to seek out his relatives and puts together a BBQ. When he discovers that only one other relative (Gilbert) remains he gets sad, until he finds a way to have the Dauterive name live on. He agrees to sell a family secret sauce, with the help of Bobby, who is excited about being able to cook. Gilbert refuses to allow Bill to sell the sauce though.moreless
Peggy decides to write an article on the history of the teakettle, a historic landmark of Arlen, and finds out Arlen was originally called Harlottown and was founded by prostitutes. The new city manager wants to open up a museum to share Arlen's history. Hank is completely against it, but Peggy is for it. That is, until she realizes that the manager only wants to focus on the prostitution, and gets the Adult Video Awards to be hosted in Arlen.moreless
Bobby is asked to join the track and field team, which comes as a shock. It turns out that the coach is using Bobby's lack of ability to motivate the better athletes on the team. Hank is mortified when he finds out the truth, even though Bobby thinks its great.moreless
Peggy returns home to Montana to reconcile with her estranged mother, only to find that her family may lose its land because of escalating property taxes caused by Hollywood stars moving to Montana. Bobby is bored at first, until he meets a horse and falls in love with riding it.moreless
When Hank asks Peggy to design an art piece for Strickland Propane, she creates the "Probot", a statue made out of propane tanks. Her sculpture is rejected by the city board, but picked up by an art dealer from Dallas. Unfortunately, Peggy finds out that the dealer presents her to the public as an uneducated hillbilly. Dale starts wearing a suit of armor and uses his new found invincibility to insult people without consequences.moreless
After becoming inquisitive about how much money the family makes, Bobby decides that he will do some investigating of his own. Bobby overhears part of a conversation where Hank says he made a thousand dollars that day, and thinks he makes a thousand dollars everyday. He also comes across a box marked "oil records" in the garage and misinterprets it. Feeling that Hank is just being a rich miser, he goes on a shopping spree with Hank's emergency credit card. News of Hank's hidden wealth spreads through the alley and out about town, and everyone wants in on the action.moreless
Hank takes Bobby to work at Strickland Propane, where Bobby shocks his father by using unethical sales tactics to sell grills. Bill gets his foot stuck to a weather balloon and winds up flying around the town.moreless
Hank likes the clean-cut music of the boy-band 4Skore, but when he takes Bobby to a 4Skore concert, he is shocked to find that the band does suggestive dance moves that Bobby imitates with his new girlfriend, Jordan. His reaction brings a complaint from Jordan's parents, a "progressive" couple who are allowing their daughter to have a coed slumber party. Despite Hank's refusal, Bobby wants to go. Nancy and Minh rank the sexiness of the men in the neighborhood, and Peggy is mortified when Hank is tied with Bill for last place.moreless
Connie is sick and tired of her father forcing her to practice classical music and finds she loves Bluegrass. She decides to run off with Hank and the gang and form a band and compete in a contest in Branson. However, Hank starts pushing her just as much as her father did and Connie no longer wants to be a part of the band. Bobby is feeling ignored by his father, and when he has an opportunity to met a comedian he gets excited to show him a joke he wrote, in hopes his father would be proud.moreless
Buck Strickland has to build a house for Habitat for Humanity as part of his community service, and Hank does all the work. Buck is so pleased that he promotes Hank to manager, but when Hank tells Buck in public that he loves him, he is quickly demoted. Cotton becomes jealous that Hank likes Buck better, and Peggy sets out to repair their broken relationship for a Christmas miracle.moreless
After Bobby gets beat up by Chane Wassonasong, Hank tells him its time to learn to defend himself by taking a boxing class at the Y. When the boxing class is full Bobby settles with a women's self-defense class, which teaches him to kick people in the groin. Bobby gets in a lot of trouble when it becomes his go to move.moreless
Hank's new co-worker is Tammi, a not-too-bright young woman who just moved from Oklahoma. Peggy takes Tammi under her wing and offers to let her stay at the Hill house while she studies to get her GED. Peggy and Hank enjoy Tammi's company and the cool clothes she buys for them, though they're concerned that her dates never seem to last more than an hour. But when Alabaster Jones, the baddest pimp in Oklahoma City, comes to bring Tammi back, Hank finally realizes that Tammi is a hooker and that everybody thinks he's her new pimp.moreless