In the episode, Cee Lo Green narrates this story of Stan buying a hot tub to relieve his daily stress, only to get into hot water when the hot tub begins killing his family and friends. The song "Daddy's Gone" was performed by Scott Grimes and Seth MacFarlane , and was made available for download at iTunes shortly after the episode aired. Stressed out by his family and his obligations, Stan allows Principal Lewis to take him shopping for a hot tub at the Little Shop of Hot Tubs. Stan is drawn to a used hot tub in the store's back room that the salesman, Maguerite, tries to talk him out of purchasing. Stan ignores him, buying the hot tub and taking it home with him. There, he learns that the hot tub can talk, tempting Stan into using it Dip a Toe. This eventually leads to him and Francine having their most intense sex ever Hot Tub of Love.
Francine was adopted by Chinese-American parents at age 7; she was abandoned at an airport by her wealthy Caucasian birth parents because they were not allowed to bring a baby into first class with them. Her Chinese-American parents have their own biological daughter, Gwen, who they are ashamed of for being supposedly very attractive but quite stupid as her parents put it, "imagine a Chinese girl [that] can't do math! When Francine was about 14 years old in high school, she had an obsessive crush on her algebra teacher, Mr. She became so obsessed with him, she was discovered by his wife in his closet, "cutting herself and sniffing his T-shirts.
Enter Stanman Stan explores Francine's dreams. When Francine has a sexual dream about Jeff, the family enjoys a good laugh over it except for Stan, who is highly upset. He attempts to keep her from sleeping but she finds out and puts a stop to it. As he worries about what she is dreaming, Roger demonstrates that he has the power to enter dreams and offers to take Stan along on a tour of Francine's.