The Butlers and Johnsons unite when a member of their community is the victim of racial injustice.
Dave faces off against incumbent Isaiah Evans in a debate for a city council seat, and the race comes to a dramatic conclusion.
After learning Dave and Gemma occasionally see a couples therapist to keep their marriage strong, Tina decides she and Calvin should do the same, to Calvin's consternation.
The arrival of Wyatt, an eco-conscious new neighbor, and his pet rooster disrupts the community, leading a desperate Dave and Calvin to team up on a covert mission to restore order. Also, when Tina stops by Marty's apartment for a surprise visit, the youngest Butler son is forced to come clean about a long-held secret.
Calvin and Dave embark on their first road trip together to a classic car show, only to hit an unexpected roadblock that tests their friendship. Also, while their husbands are away, Tina and Gemma decide to take home repairs at the Butlers' into their own hands.
Gemma's troublemaking sister, Brittany returns, claiming she's turned over a new leaf, thanks to a surprising new business venture. Also, Dave finally convinces Calvin to accompany him to an escape room, where they both get more than they bargained for.
Malcolm surprises Calvin and Tina when he brings home a new motorcycle, while Dave and Gemma aim to rev up their social life with a spontaneous trip to Las Vegas.
When Calvin discovers a member of the community plans to sell to greedy developers, he vows to find a buyer closer to home instead. However, the Butlers and Johnsons soon realize that the dilapidated property will require more work than they expected.
When Gemma's phone is stolen, Dave and Calvin team up to get it back; Malcolm and Marty move into their new house.
When Dave discovers Calvin hasn't seen a physician in nearly a decade, he insists the Butler patriarch schedule a physical stat. But Calvin gets more than he bargained for when Dr. Fisher insists he undergo a routine colonoscopy.
When Dave's amateur band loses its lead singer just before a gig, Tina offers to fill in; Marty quickly regrets letting his needy boss crash at his new place.
Concerned about the safety of a treehouse Calvin's building for Grover, Dave recruits Marty to supervise covertly. Also, an innocent mistake on Malcolm's part leads to a heated bake-off between Tina and Gemma.
When Tina and Gemma get more than they bargained for in a revealing art class, Calvin can't hide his jealousy and takes drastic action. Also, Dave, Marty and Malcolm team up to crack the case of an unfinished mystery novel.
Dave earns Calvin's respect when he thwarts a robbery at the barbershop, until the recognition goes to his head and he starts exaggerating the truth. Also, Marty invites an anxious Gemma to give his new stress-busting hobby a try
When Victor Alvarez, owner of auto-repair chain Motor Boys, tries to steal Calvin's customers, the Butlers and Johnsons join forces on a plan to drum up business and give back to their community.
When Gemma surprises Dave with wanting another baby, he worries she's forgotten how difficult a newborn is, so he enlists a robotic doll and Marty's engineering skills to remind her.
When Calvin's arch-rivals, the Pink Ladies, move their manicure business into the local barbershop, Dave encourages him to make peace until the women take a prank too far and the guys decide to plot revenge. Also, Gemma helps Tina find a creative way to keep tabs on Marty and Malcolm's dating lives.
When Calvin receives a surprise birthday gift involving his father, Dave suggests they spend the day celebrating in a way that honours the late Butler patriarch. Also, an unexpected development changes the Johnsons' lives forever.