The President is scheduled to unite the leaders of the Pro-Life and the Pro-Choice movements over dinner at the White House. Unfortunately, George realizes he's double booked as he has a date with his wife that can't be postponed.
George's Old Beta Delt fraternity brothers pay him a visit at the White House the same week he is to preside over a death penalty execution. The President wants to prove to the guys that he hasn't gone soft since their college days and invites them to join him at the execution.
George is frustrated because he's too stupid to operate the cable TV in the White House. When his neighbor Larry offers to help him install an illegal hook up, they actually get the wires crossed with the antimissile SDI system.
Laura's 24 year-old cat, Pum'kin, is old and smelly. George realize it's time to put the cat to sleep but is afraid to talk to Laura about it. Laura notices that George isn't as amorous as he used to be and is afraid she is the one that's old and smelly. While Laura tries to solve her female hygiene problems, George breaks Jack Kevorkian out of prison to help him kill the cat.
George decides to get tough on drugs. The plan is to make an example of the one millionth drug offender by arresting him on national television. Dowager First Lady Barbara Bush is on hand to participate in the event and make her daughter-in-law's life miserable. Looking to escape the tension between the two women in his life George drops ecstasy, mistaking it for aspirin, and the anti-drug event turns into a rave.
Laura sets up Karl Rove on a blind date. Too bad he never mentioned he was married. George has enough on his plate when environmentalists show up to protest his decision to drill for oil in Alaska. Now Carl's wife is accusing the first couple of ruining her marriage.