After failing at a prestigious French clowning college, Chip Baskets looks to keep his dream of becoming a professional clown alive.
Zach Galifianakis, Martha Kelly, Louie Anderson, Alex Morris
Martha removes her cast.
Christine's apple pie is not allowed through security.
Chip wants a life plan.
A carpet emergency interrupts Christine's wedding plans.
Martha's dad falls off the roof while fixing the TV antenna.
Flammable carpets become a headache for Ken and Christine.
Dale orders a cheeseburger at a Chinese restaurant.
Martha drinks too much sherry and ruins the pot roast.
Chip picks up Pedialyte.
Susan nearly kills Ronald Reagan.
A family game of hungry hungry hippos ends in tragedy.
Chip laments becoming a fake Christmas tree person.
Chip sees a homeless person in a library.
Christine and Martha listen to harp music at brunch.
Martha serves tilapia for Thanksgiving.
Bakersfield gets a frozen yogurt machine.
Chip incorporates a San Joaquin Valley earthiness into his clown routine.
Christine brings the celery.
Christine eats a carrot.
Chip learns how to transfer a call.
Christine turns to Arby's when Chip joins the Russians.
Martha learns to haggle.
Someone trying to punch Logan in the face accidentally punches Cody. Chip attempts to sort it out.
Christine tries a Denver omelette in Denver, Colorado.
Martha books Chip a gig at a car crash.
Dale's dog days are over when Chip and Christine finally return to Bakersfield.
Chip laments Ronald Reagan giving up his acting career for a desk job.
Chip's arrest throws a wrench into Christine's water aerobics schedule.
Chip is given an opportunity to pee in the cowboy toilet.
Chip has to decide between a tarp and snacks.
Mom adjusts to her new life as a diabetic, Dale learns cacti only need to be watered once a year and Chip hits rock bottom. On the plus side, there are curly fries down there.
Chip follows a turtle around Paris; meets Penelope.
If you bring a sugar pie to book club, nobody will eat it. This day and age, almost everyone's watching their sugar consumption.
Eddie drags Chip and Martha on a road trip to deliver some cowboy justice.
All the free bottled water in the world can't soften the sting of rejection during an evening with the family.
Dale, sick of getting screwed out of a good deal on hutches, leaves his daughters in the care of Chip, consequences be damned.
Family drama brews over Easter brunch in Bakersfield.
One of Martha's best friends is murdered and Chip comes to her aid.
Chip mentors a new clown at the rodeo.
A strong command of French is needed to really excel in French Clown School, which Chip Baskets finds out the hard way.