Hank butts heads with Wesley Cherish, a newcomer to Arlen, after the two jointly start a Scouting-type group called the Order of the Arrow. Hank believes that Wesley is being overly cautious with several of the group's activities and is upset when Bobby is deemed a bad influence for allowing his sons to play a violent video game. But Hank finds out that Wesley has a good reason for his conservative, cautious ways with his sons after the boys run off at a camp-in during Hank's shift ... and it comes at the expense of a promising friendship.
As LuAnn prepares to have her baby, Peggy and Lucky's sister fight over how the baby should be delivered and raised. Meanwhile, Bill falls for the woman who greets him at the fast food drive-thru window.
Bobby plays his guilt-ridden parents against each other after they forget to pick him up at the mall, but the move backfires when Hank and Peggy adopt a new strategy. Meanwhile, Dale tries to prove he can survive in the "wilderness."
Hank breaks his nose practicing for a state championship flag football rematch. But when he gets it fixed by a plastic surgeon, it's so perfect that he doesn't want to play in the game and risk ruining it.
Dale attempts to give Joseph the "sex talk" but fails to, and takes a test claiming he has "dementia" leading to him joining a mental home, but then realizes he has to get out before Joseph and Lori go "all the way".
Minh and Connie go to Laos for vacation. Khan is alone at home, and Peggy makes Hank promise to check on him. Strickland wants a big promotion to sell grills and puts Hank in charge. Bobby and Joseph find an old Vaudeville comedy routine on vinyl.