Hank helps Waylon find out whether Julie is cheating on him; Hank learns his beloved music teacher died from asphyxiation; teacher's death brings the brothers together in song.
Hank investigates the disappearance of a teenager; Waylon uses a crime-sniffing Chihuahua to help find the girl; talk of the girl's sex life leads the women to wonder about their own children's sexual activity.
The Shaw brothers disagree on whether to support their new minister when he reveals that he is homosexual; Dottie's news threatens to tear the family apart.
An elderly woman (Eileen Ryan) shoots Waylon with a paint-ball gun for selling ice cream to children; Dottie confides that a handsome young banker has a crush on her, but Julie does not believe her.
Hank's lack of support hurts Dottie's feelings; Hank blackmails Sharon Ropers not to reveal her affair with Garrett; auditions for the Easter pageant do not go as planned.
Three brothers (Randy Quaid, Chris Penn, John Carroll Lynch) face family and career challenges in a small town; Dottie decides to buy the old movie theater and asks Hank's nemesis, Scott Haggis (Larry Miller), to help with funding.