Roger wants to be roasted on his birthday but ends up being distraught by the jokes; the Smith family goes on the run.
Stan tries to get the family into shape for a neighborhood pool party; an accident leaves Stan humiliated.
Roger studies crime scene photography; Stan bullies Steve in hopes of toughening him up.
While out tasting wines, drunken Roger kisses Francine, who decides to tell Stan about the incident.
Roger reveals that he played on the gold-medal-winning 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team as a steroid-abuser. Stan is able to convince Roger to return his Olympic gold medal, but Roger has a difficult time dealing with the loss. Meanwhile, Hayley reevaluates her relationship status with Reginald.
When the cyborg version of Stan zooms in from the future on Valentine’s Day, Stan is more interested in him than he is in romancing Francine. She gets her loving from Cyborg Stan instead. Meanwhile, Steve, Barry, Snot and Toshi make a movie (with Roger directing) that’s a combination of “Mannequin” and “Goonies.
Stan puts down liberal social programs because he thinks they’re a waste of money and gives Francine a hard time for lending a helping hand at the local homeless shelter.