Stan convinces principal Lewis to get married so that he will get to be the best man, but his plan hits a snag when he invites principal Lewis's old cell mate to the wedding. Meanwhile, Roger goes to Miami to show off his new shorts.

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When Stan realizes that he might never fulfill his dream of becoming a Best Man, he convinces his last single friend, Principal Lewis, to marry the school's Superintendent and to choose him as his Best Man. Stan invites Lewis' old friend from prison to the wedding, only to discover a secret that could prevent the wedding from happening at all. Meanwhile, Roger finds the perfect pair of shorts, and an encounter with Ricky Martin makes him question his self-confidence. Written by Fox Publicity

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While attending the Pearl Bailey High School PTA bake sale, NCAA Division I championship banners can be seen hanging in the background. The NCAA is a collegiate sports organization. See more »

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