After 23 years of marriage even the best of relationships have hard times and Hulk and Linda's partnership is no exception. To help end their squabbling, they agree to visit a marriage counselor. She lets them air their dirty laundry and gives them exercises to help them work out their relationship issues, such as a "wish day" where they can ask the other for anything they want. Can the counselor get the Hogans back in the same corner?
With Brooke's music career resulting in late nights at the studio and tours around the U.S., Hulk and Linda want a bodyguard to keep an eye on her. After auditioning for a candidate who is tough enough to impress Hulk yet not attractive enough to tempt Brooke, Hulk finds his man. But Brooke thinks the new hire is less a bodyguard than a spy for Dad. Can she escape his 24/7 watch without angering her parents?
The family starts to get on Hulk's case about his unfashionable wardrobe - he won't go anywhere without his fanny pack and parachute pants. Since the Hogans now live in the fashion mecca of Miami, they press Hulk to dress up, and the family goes clothes shopping for stylish South Beach attire. That leads to a spa treatment for Hulk and finally a visit to a hair restoration facility. Will the greatest of all time get turned into a girly-man?
Hulk and Linda discover that Brooke has been keeping them in the dark about her new guy. Brooke didn't want them to find out her new beau is thirty years old and Hulk and Linda are unnerved when they finally meet him. Hulk devises a plan to thwart Brooke's puppy love by inviting one of Brooke's old teenage flings to Miami for a visit. But has Hulk now doubled his boyfriend problems?
Nick's flair with the ladies makes his parents realize that they never gave him "the talk." So Hulk sits Nick down for an intimate father-son chat. But when Nick doesn't take his Dad seriously, Hulk decides to show instead of tell. He makes Nick care for a computerized baby doll so Nick can learn one consequence of premarital sex.
It's vacation time for Team Hogan and Linda insists the family leave the beach to go to a dude ranch in Wyoming. Arriving in the middle of nowhere, the family realizes that part of a ranch vacation is actually working on a farm. Linda loves the animals and the mountains but the rest of the family hates milking a cow, feeding horses and late nights with the ranchers. Will the Hogans need a vacation from their vacation?