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?
Hulk looks to bond with Nick by engaging in some of his son's interests.
Linda wants to get back into shape, so she decides to hire a personal trainer. Hulk tries to convince her that he is the best man for the job, but she insists on outside help. But Hulk doesn't warm to Linda's choice, the former Mr. Slovakia, or to the gimmicky fitness classes at the local gym. Hulk challenges Linda that if she really wants to get toned, she has to do it the Hogan way.
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?
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?
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.
The family travels to Universal Studios in Orlando where Brooke has a big concert. After the show, Nick wants to go on the rides but knows that fans mob the family wherever they go. He and Brooke hatch a plan for the family to wear prosthetic skin and makeup so they can act like normal people for a change. Can the Hogans enjoy a family day undercover or will fans figure it out?
Brooke is hard at work on her music career, recording her second album and rehearsing for upcoming performances. After Linda and Hulk see that Brooke has been spending more money than she's making, they decide it's finally time to put her in charge of her own finances. Brooke is thrilled with the control and financial independence, but quickly realizes the pressure and stress of having those responsibilities. Money gets spent fast in the studio and on the road. Can she learn to handle the pressure?
Hulk is informed that he's a 2007 father of the year recipient. Before the big ceremony in New York, the family returns to Clearwater to visit Hulk's Mom. Although Grandma Hogan and Linda don't always see eye to eye, the family appreciates their homecoming, which includes trips to Hulk's childhood home and a local Hooters.