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  • Steve learns that his sexy new neighbor, Charlotte, is a registered sex offender.

  • Steve and his friends hope that doing some yard work for the new neighbor will make her want to take their virginity.

  • Roger is forced to sell his beloved attic bar to a restaurant chain after suffering a heart attack.

  • Roger becomes the face of the new chain of bars called Roger's Spot!

  • After remodeling her entire home, the boys learn that Charlotte is a home flipper, not a sex offender.

  • Roger disguises himself as Greg and Terry's newly adopted Russian son, Michael, and moves in with them.

  • Roger learns that Terry isn't sophisticated at all.

  • Greg gets upset when "Michael" doesn't fit into his skinny jeans for the new family portrait.

  • Roger is determined to kill Terry in order to get the fabulous life he desires.

  • A year after Jeff's abduction, Francine tries to cheer up a heartbroken Hayley.

  • A heartbroken Hayley meets Millionaire Matt Davis, who may be able to help her move forward.

  • Matt gives Hayley a ride home from the hospital.

  • Stan is excited by Matt's money and Francine is struck by his romanticism.

  • Steve tells Hayley that her husband is alive and trying to return to her.

  • Jeff still hopes to reunite with Hayley.

  • Hayley gets a job working at a local news station. She wants to get the truth out about garbage islands and non organic food.

  • When Hayley arrives at her new job, she realizes Genevieve Vavance is actually Roger.

  • Genevieve Vavance reports a kidnapping story.

  • When Genevieve Vavance interviews Stan and Francine, she accuses them of murdering Steve.

  • Genevieve Vavance recreates what she thinks happened the night Steve disappeared.

  • Roger has to re-learn how to play the guitar after making a bet.

  • Stan is fired from the CIA and the only job he's able to land is at the local grocery store, where Steve is the manager.

  • Steve discovers the permanent record room and changes their files.

  • After making a deal with the Devil, Roger wins his bet.

  • Roger and Klaus spill wine on the Smith's brand-new couch, and vow never let it be known by sitting on the stained spot for the rest of their lives.

  • Stan's CIA co-workers teach him about "Rubbernecking," the art of checking out women on the sly.

  • Stan fears that Hayley has no life skills.

  • In order to pay rent, Hayley has to take a job as a bartender in Roger's attic bar.

  • When Bullock becomes Hayley's best customer, Stan realizes that he can use his daughter's knowledge to get ahead at work.

  • Stan and Hayley are on the run from the CIA after Bullock threatens to kill Hayley.

  • Hayley tries to explain the Occupy anti-capitalists to Stan before he goes undercover.

  • Stan is kidnapped by a group of radicals after his sunglasses gave him away.

  • When Stan is captured by a group of suspected terrorists, Roger plans a candlelight vigil.

  • Hayley suspects Stan may have been "turned" when he returns home after being kidnapped by a group of radicals.

  • Roger's plan for a candlelight vigil falls through, so he finds a creative use for his candles.

  • After taking Estrocillin, Stan can't wait to hear all about Francine's day.

  • Bullock calls Stan to warn him of potential side effects, but it's too late.

  • Francine introduces the new Stan to the kids.

  • Bullock finds out about a pill to reverse Stan's side effects, but neglects to tell him.

  • Stan contemplates Bullock's offer.

  • Bullock wants to help satisfy the needs of Stan's new body.

  • Stan is frustrated that Steve and his friends never play outside, so he cuts the cord on their video game.

  • Much to Roger's exasperation, Hayley buys his home star on the International Star Registry and claims she's now his queen.

  • Steve and his friends discover the CIA's holodeck control center.

  • Stan's plan backfires when the boys trap him in a terrible version of his childhood.

  • Roger kidnaps a goat Hayley donated to a starving family in order to get ownership of his home star.

  • Stan and Francine become "Charlie's Angels"-type airline stewardesses to thwart an evil plan by Mark Cuban to blow up the sun.

  • Roger switches faces with Steve, "Face/Off"-style, in a radical plan to get Steve a date with the hot girl at school.

  • After Stan gets his 100th kill, he mistakenly unleashes a "good" Stan in his sleep who's hell-bent on pursuing good deeds.

  • Stan sees Dr. Penguin after realizing he watched The Notebook and adopted a shelter dog while sleepwalking.

  • After drugging himself, Stan awakes to a soup kitchen in his living room.

  • Stan promises that when he isn't busy taking lives, he'll try to make the lives of those around him a little better.

  • One week after the Smiths are taken prisoner at a family theme park, in the north section of the park, Steve and his band of whiny nerds rule.

  • Hayley has ascended to leader of the east section.

  • In the south section of the park, Roger, known as The Strange Headed Man, leads an army of futuristic retro astronauts.

  • To the west, the cowboy king Black Stan and the Italian Stallions rule the land.

  • Stan's boss is happily a slave to King Steve; family themed things turn him on.

  • Mikey Muscrat tasked Francine with pulling her family back together to save Familyland and it's prisoners.

  • Roger tries to take a picture on a red light cam to help remember the day of his Four Loco lake swim.

  • When Roger wakes up from a coma, he starts to have eerie visions of the future, and saves the Smiths from a terrible fire at the American Safety Museum.

  • Roger has Hayley's phone number written down in anticipation of a cute fireman showing up.

  • Roger's ability starts to become a nuisance when he can't do anything without being interrupted.

  • After waking up from a second coma, Roger realizes that he has lost his ability to see the future.

  • Without Roger's ability to see the future, how will the Smith family know what dangers are lurking about?!

  • Hayley tries to fit in with a popular group of her former high school friends.

  • When her fake ID is the only one good enough to get into the club, Hayley brings her new friends over to have Steve make ID's for them.

  • After discovering Steve's amazing ability to create incredibly realistic fake ID's, Hayley senses a business opportunity and builds-out their fake ID operation.

  • Bart shows up to collect an ID for Mike Rotch.

  • Hayley and Steve can't wait to vote Republican now that they have so much money.

  • When Steve gets caught, Hayley takes the fall for him.

  • Determined that Snot confront his emotions after his father passes away, Steve and friends embark on an epic cross-country road trip to the funeral.

  • Stan and Roger invent an automatic cake-cutter for the Home Shopping Network.

  • Snot, with his friends by his side, says goodbye to his father.

  • Stan and Roger's partnership is tested when they only make a "verbal agreement" to split the profits.

Steve learns that his sexy new neighbor, Charlotte, is a registered sex offender.

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