Langley Falls has the chance to acquire an Arena Football team & Stan is gun-hoe about building a stadium until he realizes it will destroy his "father" who happens to be a tree.
Meanwhile, Steve is so concerned he has stopped growing, he seeks advice from Klaus.
Jeff & Klaus go in search of what turned "Happy Hayley" into such a downer after Dr. Penguin hypnotizes Hayley into thinking she's a six year old again.
While visiting Stan at the CIA, Steve gets recruited by the NSA.
Meanwhile, Roger convinces Hayley to abandon her vegan ways for a day & embrace her carnivore side.
Stan needs to get away so he runs off & joins a group of surfers. He becomes so enamored with the surfing life that he tricks the CIA into thinking they are bank robbers so he can "infiltrate" their ranks so he can continue surfing.
Stan worries he & Francine have nothing in common so he buys her 81 baseball tickets. His worries escalate when they share a failed romantic moment on the kiss cam.
Meanwhile Roger is reminded he is a state legislator for Carson City Nevada who needs to pass a clean water bill.
Stan is chosen to create the C.I.A.'s calendar, a task in which Stan takes seriously so Hayley decides to rekindle and old grudge and she vows to destroy his creation.
Meanwhile, Roger gets a Discovery credit card and fakes his own death instead of paying the bill.
Roger loses his identity after becoming fascinated by a local dentist's wife.
Meanwhile, Klaus throws a party when Stan and the kids are unable to move from being sore after working out.
When Stan is on a mission, Francine pretends she's a widow.
Also, Steve and his friends play wrestling and get beat up by Principal Lewis.
Francine joins in on Steve and his pals live-action role-playing game.
Meanwhile, Stan opens a knock-off Seaworld in the house.
Stan loses his faith in religion after Steve questions everything in the Bible so he takes the family to Korea to investigate the rumors of a reinvented Noah's Ark.
When Roger breaks his ankle, Francine convinces Stan to let him play in his basketball league.
Meanwhile, Steve sings a song that parodies R. Kelleyis "Trapped in the Closet."
In order to teach Hayley a few things about history, Stan uses CIA tech to bring President Garfield back to life.
Meanwhile Steve volunteers to write for his school paper & Roger insists on being his 'Deep Throat'.
In an attempt to bond, Stan takes Steve bowling & is surprised by his natural talent.
Meanwhile, Klaus has Roger & Hayley compete to see who has the smallest attention span.