The Osbournes arrive for their vacation in Hawaii, ready to relax and unwind. The trip gets off to a bad start when Jack's luggage is left in the airport. He calls Ozzy and Sharon's room to tell them, but Ozzy has difficulty answering the...... Read Full Episode Summary »
The Osbournes arrive for their vacation in Hawaii, ready to relax and unwind. The trip gets off to a bad start when Jack's luggage is left in the airport. He calls Ozzy and Sharon's room to tell them, but Ozzy has difficulty answering the telephone. Sharon quickly steps in to handle the situation.
Jack and his friends start their vacation with a stop at the strip club. The next day, they continue their girl-crazed antics and flirt with some ladies on the beach. Alice, a hotel employee, comes by to help them choose which activities to try during their trip. Jack decides on the shark cage dive.
Sharon and Ozzy travel the hotel grounds, in search of a spot to eat lunch. Once they choose a table, they learn that Jack's friends brought home two strippers the night before. Soon after, Jack tells his father about his shark diving plans. "Sharks are smart," Ozzy warns him. "They can open locks."
Ignoring Ozzy's advice, Jack and his friends hit the road, catcalling to girls along the way. On the boat, the instructor tells Jack that if he keeps his hands inside the cage, he will be okay. Jack's tank lowers into the water. The sharks swim by as if he were not there at all.
Ozzy visits the Battleship Missouri, with Sharon in tow. Ozzy receives an admiral hat and bombards the tour guide with questions. On the way to the hotel, he tells Sharon the ship reminds him of the Star Trek Enterprise.
The family reunites for a luau dinner that evening. All goes well, until the two strippers from earlier arrive. It appears that Jack's friends have invited them along. Sharon allows an extra table to be set up for them.
Everyone enjoys the hula dancers. Ozzy stops one of the flame twirlers to inspect his array of traditional tattoos. "Of all the shows we've seen," Sharon tells Jack, "it's the best." One of Jack's friends does not have such luck with the crowd. When he gets up to play the guitar and sing, the others begin to leave, including Ozzy.
As the Osbournes prepare for their flight home, they realize Jack's friends are nowhere to be found. They decide to leave without them and let the boys fend for themselves.