Bunny comes to Lindsay concerned about a suspicious repeat customer at her husband's rental company. This lead brings info into a case which robbery-homicide has been working for months. Voight doesn't trust Bunny's motive for the tip.
Everyone is at Jay and Gloria's for post-Thanksgiving leftovers brunch, and after a conversation about the sexy and sleek house that Phil is helping Mitch and Cam's friend sell, everyone gets the same bright idea to sneak in there and have a little 'fun.'
Gloria wins a bid at the school auction for a family seminar with famed doctor and author Debra Radcliffe, whose self-help book 'Clean Out Your Junk Drawer' encourages people to get rid of all their emotional junk to become healthier people.
As the presidential election approaches, Erica finds herself strongly supporting candidate Walter Mondale. After learning Beverly always votes for whomever Murray tells her to vote for, Erica sets out to educate her mother.
Dre thinks Christmas has become commercialized and is all about 'stuff,' and no one loves 'stuff' more than his kids. Pops thinks they have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and comes up with a new plan.
When Meg finally gathers the courage to ask out her crush, Kent, she is devastated to learn he's gay. But when Meg discovers that Kent has feelings for Chris, she uses her brother in the worst way to get closer to Kent.
After Lois saves Stewie's beloved teddy bear, he starts to think that maybe he shouldn't kill his mom and clings to her. However, Stewie's change of demeanour doesn't go over well with Lois and she gets sick of all of his loving attention.
Stan is frustrated that Steve and his friends never play outside, but Francine refuses to let Stan take the kids to the woods for some outdoor fun. Of course, Stan finds a loophole, by drugging the kids and putting them on the CIA's holodeck.
When Stan enters an essay-writing contest to have his personal hero, President Bush, come over for dinner, he is overcome with joy when the president arrives at his doorstep. However, not everyone in the Smith family shares Stan's excitement.
Jerry meets New York Mets player Keith Hernandez, but is hurt when Keith makes a date with Elaine. George tells the unemployment office that he is close to securing a job with Vandelay Industries, whose office is Jerry's apartment.
A large bouquet of roses is delivered anonymously to the Baxter's house on Valentine's Day. Vanessa knows they're not for her because Mike doesn't believe in the frivolity of flowers on a Hallmark holiday.