They went to Hank's favorite place and ate there, and then they went home. He looked out the window. Just…don't do anything in the house. He also becomes increasingly athletic, as he gets involved in a lacrosse team as the star player and even the school's football team as quarterback; in home he is seen body building. In the episode "Dale Be Not Proud," Dale tells a boy receiving his kidney that the kidney likes Mountain Dew, and to give it a can once a week. Joseph's soft laugh turned into a moan as Bobby's fingers found their way into his pants. In the episode "Tankin' It to the Streets," Dale claims to have completed a Russian correspondence course and can speak the language, in this episode he is heard reciting perfect Russian as is done in one other episode "Nancy does Dallas" though his application of this in handling an Abrams M1A2 tank isn't exactly flawless having flattened Kahn's new SUV, or, as Hank put it, "hit a curb". He does, however, uncover that teenagers were pestering the local Mega-lo Mart rather than the rats everyone else believed, in the process also discovering Chuck Mangione was living in the store. However, on occasion Dale does succeed in his scheming, such as when he was able to overthrow the president of the Gun Club to become the new president of the club by bluffing that he was a CIA officer. Dale simply replies, "Get off my mower Redcorn had jumped through the window by climbing onto Dale's lawn mower and start massaging my wife," still in belief that Redcorn was simply Nancy's masseur with the task of curing her false recurrent migraine headaches forcing Redcorn to say in an exasperated tone that Dale was "taking some of the fun out of this". In the episode " Peggy's Gone to Pots ," they work together to fake their own deaths. Then everyone stood and threw their hats, cheering and clapping and hugging each other. He seems to have great passion, but all this is merely to overcompensate for his lack of talent at this.