Kenan thinks he's adjusted to life as a busy single parent, but after everyone confronts him about denying his grief, he realizes it's time to make some changes. Gary thinks it's time for Rick to move out of the house.
Kenan, Rick and Gary go to great lengths to uncover what they think is a deep, dark secret Cori was hiding. Mika believes the morning show should cover more hard news stories.
Kenan struggles with his increased work schedule when "Wake Up With Kenan!" adds a fourth hour. Rick encourages Kenan to get tough and say "no" more often. Gary suspects that Tami has her eye on Kenan's job and takes matters into his own hands.
With Gary's encouragement, Kenan agrees to get back into the dating world slowly through flirting. Rick takes Aubrey and Birdie for a spa day and can't help but join in.
When Kenan's former boy bandmate-turned-huge popstar comes to town, Kenan finds himself doubting Gary's effectiveness as a manager and contemplates a change. Mika gives Aubrey and Birdie a lesson in feminism and the art of persuasion.
Kenan has some odd encounters with a squirrel that he believes might be Cori's spirit. Rick and Gary think they've missed Kenan's birthday and try to organize an impromptu surprise party.
When Kenan's mom, Bobbi, comes for a visit, it's apparent she's developed a new sense of independence, and Kenan finds himself competing for her attention.
Mika is determined to use the show's annual "Wednesday's Gal" wedding segment to generate desperately needed advertising revenue for the station. With love in the air, Kenan contemplates his romantic future.
When the teachers go on strike, everyone has to pitch in to keep the kids occupied. Rick sets up a unique schoolroom in the morning show conference room.
Kenan, Rick, Gary and Mika prepare the girls for the annual Atlanta Hair Show but Kenan is feeling the pressure because it was one of Cori's favorite events. Gary secures an offer for a sitcom, but Kenan must contemplate a move to Los Angeles. Cori's mother, Tasha, pays a visit.