Strickland forces Hank to work at a Renaissance Fair sponsored by Strickland Propane's biggest customer, Phillip. Peggy, who once taught medieval history, gladly tags along and tries to regale the crowd with details of medieval times, explaining how women back then lived. She jokes about how medieval women would have loved vacuum cleaners. But everyone becomes upset because Peggy broke character by mentioning a modern appliance. They call Peggy a witch, prompting her to proclaim that it's a good thing that women's lib came along. Peggy's comments send the crowd into an uproar, and they punish her by locking her up. Hank doesn't defend Peggy because the fair uses so much propane, and Peggy is enraged. Hank finally comes around and ultimately must defend Peggy's honor when Phillip challenges him to a joust.