When new neighbors move to Rainey Street, their son, Caleb, (Paul Butcher) starts to harass and torment Hank. Caleb starts by taunting Hank, playing with his tools in his workshop, and riding his bike all over Hank's lawn. Then Caleb begins to call Hank names like "Dusty Old Bones, Full of Green Dust". When Hank tells Caleb's parents, Jim and Lila, about their son's actions, they take no disciplinary action and instead adoringly write off Caleb's behavior as creativity and his way of expressing friendship.
Caleb's behavior eventually pushes Hank over the edge, and he takes Caleb's bike away from him in order to teach him some respect. That evening, Caleb returns and demands his bike back. When Hank tells him that he needs to ask nicely, Caleb simply says "Oh yeah?", and opens Hank's door all the way to reveal his parents and two police officers standing behind him. Hank tries to explain to the officers that Caleb is out of control, but they refuse to listen and order Hank to give the bike back. After this, Caleb's behavior goes from bad to worse now that he realizes he can get away with anything, and that if Hank tries to stop him, his parents can have him arrested.
Out of options, Hank decides to ask Bobby to teach Caleb and his parents a lesson. Bobby causes trouble for Jim and Lila by imitating Caleb's behavior, spilling their garbage cans and stealing Jim's hat. When they complain to Hank about Bobby's behavior, Hank in turn imitates their "parenting" and tells them that it's just Bobby's way of showing affection. Lila catches on and hypocritically tells Hank that Caleb is adventurous while Bobby is just a troublemaker, even as Caleb is ruining Hank's lawn by riding his bike all over it. When Bobby arrives to threaten Caleb's parents with a squirt gun full of a mysterious brown liquid, Jim asks Caleb to get off Hank's lawn. However, Caleb refuses, and Bobby prepares to shoot Jim with the squirt gun. Jim finally yells it as an order at his son, and a frightened Caleb obeys and goes home, defeated. Bobby returns Jim's hat and he and Lila follow Caleb home, having learned their son's real nature and in turn learning discipline.
Meanwhile, Dale and Peggy enter a taxidermy contest, after Peggy starts stuffing and arranging some of the animals that Dale has killed on his exterminating calls.