Hank is upset that his den is being used by Luanne. He wants his private area back. A knock on the door, opens up this opportunity. A man wants Luanne to come deal with her trailor, who Hank had assumed was no longer. When Luanne arrives home that day, Hank confronts her about the trailer. Luanne insists that the trailer is gone, because it is laying on its side. Hank comes to the rescue, he thinks, and offers to set the trailer upright for her to live in.
Luanne immediately tears up, and starts to relive the terrible fights that used to occur in that trailer. She doesn't want to go back to live there, too many bad memories, that is where her momma stabbed her husband with a dinner fork.
Hank is determined, however to move Luanne out of his den. He and his buddies head on over to the trailer park, and get to work. After a few mishaps, the trailer is upright once again, and ready for a tenant.
Peggy is livid with Hank. She wants Luanne to continue on with them. She feels sorry for Luanne, and believes that Hank is merely being selfish. An argument ensues, and Hank tells Peggy to go to hell.
Peggy and Luanne drive off together to try and clean up the trailer, right into an oncoming storm/possible tornado. Hank heads off after them, feeling horrible about telling Peggy to go to hell. If anything happens to her, he believes that he is to blame, because he wished it upon her.
Peggy and Luanne notice the tornado heading their way, and take shelter with an old lady from a neighboring trailer. Hank pulls up just in time, almost. He doesn't make it to the shelter in time, and ends up holding on for dear life to a pole, as the tornado rips through the park. He screams out that he loves Peggy, and she screams back to hold on tight. The tornado touches down, and rips right over Hank, and his pole. All of his clothes are blown off of his body, but he hung on. After the tornado has left, Hank emerges, with a potted plant covering his what-nots, and calls to Peggy to bring him some clothes. He ends up in a pair of orange stretch pants from Luanne's trailer. After that ordeal, Hank decides that his den is not so important, and changes his mind about Luanne needing to go.
He shares a rare romantic moment with his wife, to let her know that he loves her, in his awkward Texan way.