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The Season 10 finale has heartbroken Hayley trying to get over Jeff's abduction, and meeting a millionaire who helps her deal with the tragedy, that is until Steve and Snot discover Jeff's alive and trying to make his way back to her.
In an effort to learn life skills, Stan forces Hayley to take a job tending bar in Roger's attic watering hole, and when Stan's boss, Bullock, turns out to be a devoted regular, Stan sees it as an opportunity to advance his career.
Stan infiltrates a leftist cell that's planning a terrorist attack, but is found out. When he is brought home by a radical group, Hayley thinks something is amiss and that her father may have been "turned" by the enemy.
Stan turns into a "woman" after taking an experimental drug.
Stan's conscience sets out to pursue generous deeds that the normal Stan would never consider doing.
A family outing to a theme park ends in a desperate fight for survival for the Smiths when the park's founder decides to "shut it all down" and turn the park into a prison from which there's no escape.
Stan and Roger travel to the North Pole to rescue Steve from an infamous Christmas demon.
Hayley and Steve go into business selling fake ID's to teens out of Jeff's van. Roger attempts to intimidate them into giving it up when it competes with one of his alter egos.
Steve fancies himself and the guys as stars of an independent "coming of age" movie as they join Snot on a cross-country trip to his dad's funeral.
Stan feels like he's being run out of his own home when Francine's parents come to visit at Thanksgiving, and Francine's mother tries to setup Hayley with an eligible Chinese bachelor.
Stan injures himself in a sensitive area.
Steve goes on a hunting trip with Stan and his C.I.A. friends to prove that he is a man. Meanwhile, Roger and Klaus go on a road trip together.
Francine deals with the ghost of her unsatisfied sex drive. Klaus goes to a hotel for a conference, and he hurts his back.
Steve attempts to use a CIA cloning machine to create a super-hot prom date.
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