Ray is adrift from his family, estranged from Ezra, and his latest celebrity client is a nobody with tawdry taste. But after he's called to the funeral of a close friend, a wealthy family enlists Ray to free their kidnapped son, and he finds himself enmeshed with an entirely new class of people. Meanwhile, a retired Mickey stumbles upon a new enterprise. Unforgiven by Ray and rejected by Bridget, Abby encounters a new friend on the streets of Los Angeles. Running the Fite Club has given Bunchy confidence in certain arenas, but when it comes to collecting membership dues from an intimidating troupe of Luchadores, he loses his nerve.
Paige Finney calls on Ray to protect a quarterback from an enraged Navy SEAL. Terry tries to fly under the radar in prison but winds up in a fight with dangerous consequences. Meanwhile, Mickey attempts to take over Gary's prostitute business, Bunchy is tormented by an attractive Luchadora, Abby tries to motivate Conor and a frustrated Lena considers quitting.
Ray and Mickey make a desperate attempt to get Terry released from prison after discovering he's killed an Aryan and his life is in danger. Meanwhile, Mickey and Daryll pitch a new and improved strategy to Gary's prostitutes, Bunchy invests in putting on a Luchadora show to keep Teresa around - and Abby hits her breaking point with the family.
Terry attempts to adjust to life outside of prison. Paige tries to sell the studio to some Chinese buyers. Abby travels to Boston and reconnects with her Southie family.
Finney tasks Ray with securing information that could bring down the governor and sink the NFL deal, but the mission turns Ray into a wedge between Finney and Paige. Meanwhile, Conor is thrust into a life-changing experience, Mickey and Daryll sell a coke-and-hooker party to a Silicon Valley start-up and Bunchy and Teresa's relationship finds an unusual release. Plus, with Abby in Boston, it falls on Ray to help Bridget with her scholastic and emotional turmoil.
It's Election Day, and with his stake of the NFL team in writing, Ray must take down a rival bidder and ensure Verona's re-election in order to protect his interests. Mickey, meanwhile, has to find a way to keep Ginger and the other prostitutes working ¿ or face the wrath of Mrs. Minassian. Plus, on a trip to win back Teresa, Bunchy confides in Romero, and Terry, left alone at the Fite Club, sees signs that the Aryans might be after him.
With the governor's loss, Ray's NFL dreams appear to be over - but he's not willing to give up. However, in the midst of bribing Fish and Game to approve the stadium's construction Ray is contacted by Father Romero. Meanwhile, Bunchy, hoping to provide for Teresa, demands his settlement money. When Ray refuses, Bunchy joins Mickey in taking up arms against the Minassians.
As Ray attempts to force a Finney rival into selling his land, Romero appears at the Fite Club, challenging Ray to repent for his sins. Back in North Hollywood, the Minassians are out for revenge - tempting Mickey to cooperate with the police in exchange for protection. Plus, when a complication involving Varick arises, Finney unexpectedly calls Ray back into his service.
Bunchy's wedding is jeopardized when Detective Muncie arrests him in an attempt to draw Mickey out of hiding - causing Ray to track his father down and bring him to the police station in order to get Bunchy to the altar. Meanwhile, the NFL makes a serendipitous hire, and an old rival of Ray's is assigned to vet the Finney family.
Mickey knows he's a dead man if he gives in to Muncie's demands. Ray comes up with a two-sided fix to help him, involving Lee Drexler and an Armenian popstar - but not without some demands of his own. Meanwhile, Bridget gets into a fight at school that leads Abby to investigate her recent strange behavior.
Mickey pushes his luck by throwing himself a goodbye party.
Abby and Terry finally tell Ray the truth about Bridget.