In his quest to learn to do business in Branson, Barry plans a golf day with an important investor who could save him from financial disaster. The Haygoods push him to bring them along, but Barry insists he doesn't need their help. In the middle of a cordial round of golf, the Haygoods show up the only way they know how, country style. They turn it into a red neck party while Barry tries to distract the investor from the chaos. Apart from the boys, Catherine is upset because she feels the need to choose between the show and her marriage. She leans on Barry for his patriarchal advice. In the end, the investor is genuinely entertained by the Haygoods and makes a deal with Barry. All's well that ends well.