Linda receives a mysterious note on Halloween and must go to her old hometown with Gayle to answer for a misdeed they committed 27 years ago.
When Tina gets nervous about an oral report, Mr. Frond lends her a crystal his girlfriend claims has special powers; Bob and Linda purchase a box of imperfect produce and try to use it all before it goes bad.
Louise must attend the Pixie Princess Promenade to pay Millie a debt; a bouquet shaped like a dog forces Linda to face her past.
Tina invites her friends to see an old campy vampire sing-along movie with her and Bob; Linda opens a restaurant for raccoons in the alley.
Linda recruits the kids in her fight to save a dumb local tradition; Bob is entranced by an online cucumber.
The Belcher kids get into a cat-and-mouse game with Dr. Yap when he catches them stealing something in the waiting room of his office; Bob, Linda and Teddy try to clean bird poop off the restaurant window.
Louise ropes Tina and Gene into her journey to see Rudy’s model bridge that explodes; Mort tries to teach Bob, Linda and Teddy how to meditate.
Bob gets into a four-car fender bender outside the restaurant and finding out who’s at fault proves to be harder than he thought.
Tina faces a crisis as hall monitor when she finds a new passion for an underground trend at Wagstaff that Mr. Frond is out to stop; Bob and Linda try to help Teddy sneak food into a movie theater.
Tina develops an unexpected crush when she must listen to Spanish audio lessons to improve her grade; Louise and Gene hope to dunk Mr. Frond at the Wagstaff Spring Fair.
Linda’s new diet and exercise routine gives her gastrointestinal disorder on parent-teacher-student conference day.
Gene is left home alone when Linda and Tina go to the shoe store, while Bob, Louise and Teddy buy restaurant equipment from a creepy guy Bob found on the internet.