Amy attempts to understand teenagers' complex and unpredictable minds as they grapple with their irrational fears and emotional fragility; Amy learns a little something as she discovers unusual ways to connect with them.
After Amy finds it impossible to create a hat from craft-room odds and ends, she is formally diagnosed with crafter's block; she battles back from the brink of madness to find the courage to return to her felt scraps and fabric glue.
Amy invites the winner of the Biggest Fan Essay Contest to co-host; as she shares her kitchen and craft room with contest winner Mary, it becomes clear that Mary has her eyes on something much more than co-hosting.
In her closet, Amy discovers the ghost of a dead sea captain who has a keen eye for home décor; as the two bond over curtains, they wind up falling in love.
Amy celebrates the show's 15th episode anniversary with big celebrity guests, local singers, balloons, and a look back at some of the show's most memorable moments that nobody remembers.
Amy finds out her set has a gory past and might be haunted after talking to the Research Triangle's town historian about Halloween lore; unnerved, Amy moves forward with her show, only to encounter a strange and horrific sequence of events.
Amy Sedaris applies her sincere, yet distinctive, brand of silliness to a mash-up of hospitality, variety and talk show formats, showcasing her diverse, but necessary, homemaking skills.
Amy hosts a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, during which unhappy turkeys seek revenge for their roasted brethren; trapped, Amy and her friends must discover the true meaning of Thanksgiving.
Amy has a special sponsor, Confederated Sugar Industries, which sends over its Confederated Sugar mascot, Sugar Griz; the two happily demonstrate how to make sweet things until Sugar Griz becomes not so sweet.