Stan believes the new neighbors are terrorists so Stan makes his house into a detention camp.
Season: 1 Episode: 6
Total Episode Count: 6
Prod. no.: 1AJN06
First Aired: June 12, 2005
Guest Starring: Seth Green, Matthew Lillard
Featuring: Stan, Francine Smith, Bob Memari, Linda Memari
Also Appearing: Steve, Roger, Klaus, Hayley, Greg Corbin, Terry Bates, Bob Tuttle, The McCleary's, Joey, Todd, Karen Foster, Mikey, Jim, Harland
Director: Rodney Clouden
Assistant Director: Jennifer Graves
Writers: Sam O'Neal & Neal Boushell
Storyboarders: Shawn Murray
Newspaper Headline: "Missing Twins Found in Gingerbread House"
Plot: Francine decides to throw a block party to get in touch with the neighborhood. Stan learns his new neighbors are Iranian and immediately suspects that they are terrorists. He turns his house into a detention camp and keeps them inside. When the neighbors complain, Stan puts all of them in the detention camp, too. Luckily, Francine manages to convince the neighborhood that the whole thing is just a block party with a "terrorist detention camp" theme.
Also in this episode, the first part of The Golden Turd saga. Roger tries to discover any hidden powers he may have. It is revealed that his hidden power is the ability to excrete gold and other precious metals after eating certain foods. A rather long tangent from the plot line, presented letterboxed, follows this for no apparent reason: two men discover the gold left by Roger, and one of the men kills the other. He hides the dead body in the back of his truck and drives away. He is stopped by a police officer, and fears he may have been discovered, but the police officer simply talks to him for a while and drives away. Then the man stops at a gas station to call his wife to let her know that they're now rich. The phone is answered by another man, and he learns that his wife is having an affair. As the man screams in anger, "To Be Continued..." flashes at the bottom of the screen, and the episode then reverts back to its normal plot. This storyline is continued in "Failure is not a Factory-Installed Option".