Problems arise when Stan mistakes a wolf pup that he found to be a cute puppy.
Stan meets the town doctor and is surprised at his way of practicing medicine. He suspects he may not really be a doctor. Stan pretends to forget his wedding anniversary, to the confusion of the town residents.
Stan's homage to the town's milkman in his weekly minute report causes Fred to fire him.
Stan decides to investigate his property upon learning the people of the town believe there are ghosts living in his boathouse.
Stan upsets the town's unstable snow plow operator when he denies her advances.
Molly is asked to contribute her favorite dessert recipe for the local paper. Fred talks Stan and Molly into posing for a picture for Cheese Quarterly magazine, but the caption contains an unfortunate typo.
Stan discovers his biggest fan lives nearby and enlists the help of a cranky mailman to find him.
Stan "robs" the Petersen Boys' diner late at night to show people the town isn't as safe as they think it is despite its low crime rate.
Gary invites Molly and Chelsea to join an all-male caroling group, the Silent Knights; Stan sets out to secure the recipe for Clara Meek's apple pie before she dies.
Stan gets interested in turkey hunting, ordering every possible item in preparation for an outing, then he enlists Chelsea to prevent Molly from cooking anything for Thanksgiving dinner.
Stan decides to join Pete and Lou Peterson for a boy's night out at Jimmy's Tavern to play billiards; Gary invites Molly to join him and the girls at the weekly bridge game.
Stan enters the race for mayor; Fred Hawkins' relationship with the current mayor surfaces and stirs the election in an unfavorable direction.
A TV commentator and his wife (Norm Macdonald, Penelope Ann Miller) move to a small town in Middle America.