When Shelly, a Playboy bunny, is tossed out of the mansion, she has nowhere to go until she falls in with the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta.
Steve Byrne stars as Steve Sullivan, a former corporate attorney who left New York to run the family bar with his parents in Pittsburgh. Sullivan & Son's outstanding ensemble cast includes Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years), Christine Ebersole (Royal Pains, Amadeus), Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, The Middle), Jodi Long (Beginners), Valerie Azlynn (Tropic Thunder), Vivian Bang (Yes Man), Owen Benjamin (The House Bunny) Ahmed Ahmed (Iron Man) and Roy Wood Jr. (Last Comic Standing).
After the kiss, Melanie and Steve want to keep their new thing quiet, but Melanie's nosy neighbor Gary (John Michael Higgins) isn't one to keep secrets.
Steve goes all out to impress an exciting new woman, with the help of Melanie. Meanwhile, Hank's doctor prescribes him testosterone, but a mishap leads to a 'juiced up' Hank.
When Steve's old rival, Lyle Winkler (Billy Gardell) opens a bar across the street, we find out he's out to take Steve down as payback for a childhood wrestling match. They settle their differences with a big bartending competition. Meanwhile, Carol's new boss at the DMV, Ralph (Frank Caliendo) drives her crazy with impressions.
Steve is the new coach of the bar's peewee hockey team, but competition with fellow coach and childhood rival Lyle Winkler (guest star Billy Gardell) spurs him to reconsider his 'everybody plays' mentality. Meanwhile, Ok Cha meets her 'free pass.'
The guys realize an old comic book is valuable and try to sell it to Pittsburgh's top collector (guest star Billy Gardell). Owen and Carol bring a new act to the bar while Steve and Melanie uncover middle school mysteries.
Shelley is living a carefree life until a rival gets her tossed out of the Playboy Mansion. With nowhere to go, fate delivers her to the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. Unless they can sign a new pledge class, the seven socially clueless women will lose their house to the scheming girls of Phi Iota Mu. In order to accomplish their goal, they need Shelley to teach them the ways of makeup and men; at the same time, Shelley needs some of what the Zetas have - a sense of individuality. The combination leads all the girls to learn how to stop pretending and start being themselves.
When Shelley (Anna Faris) gets kicked out of the mansion, she's a lost little Bunny in the wilds of Beverly Hills until she stumbles upon the sorriest sorority on campus. Now it's up to her to spruce up the girls and heat up the Zeta house before the University shuts them down.
Marlon Wayans tells the comedians that this week is all about making funny music. With help from musical comedy experts Owen Benjamin, Todrick Hall, and Tenacious D's Kyle Gass, the six comedians pair up to write hilarious songs and shoot videos to go with them in less than 48 hours. Only the funniest can win as the rest are up for elimination.
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Lyric's new boyfriend (David Alan Grier) threatens to ruin Boyce and Lolli's night with the Obamas.
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The bar's chances of winning the yearly karaoke contest are threatened when Carol starts dating a handsome singer (guest star Charles Shaughnessy), making Owen jealous. Meanwhile, Roy, Susan and Ahmed meet a drunk Ok Cha.
A plastic spider hidden in a bowl of peanuts leads to an all-out prank war. And Susan helps Carol through a difficult audit. Fortunately, the auditor is a man (guest star Jason Kravits).
When Ok Cha injures her leg in a traffic accident with her charming-but-antagonistic neighbor, Gary (guest star John Michael Higgins), Steve discovers things aren't quite what they seem. Is Gary at fault? Or is his mom a con artist? Meanwhile, the guys try to cure Hank's glaucoma with marijuana-spiked brownies.
The untimely death of Councilman Ryan inspires Jack to run for the open seat – but a fight with Ok Cha explodes into a rivalry for the position. Owen and Ahmed vie for the affections of an attractive hippy chick named Jamaica (guest star Becky O'Donohue) until she suggests a free-love encounter with all three of them.
Steve and the bar crowd worry that Hank has Alzheimer's when he is visited by a vision of Wheel of Fortune's Pat Sajak (guest-starring as himself). Meanwhile, clad in new suits, Owen and Ahmed accidentally take two classy ladies to the most expensive restaurant in Pittsburgh, but can't pay the bill.
Steve's morals are tested when Ruth (guest star WHITNEY HOY), an innocent Amish girl, enters the bar on her Rumspringa, searching for a man to give her a "wooden bird." Things get more complicated when Owen becomes convinced Ruth is his long-lost-sister. He suddenly becomes her over-protective big brother. Meanwhile, Ok Cha becomes addicted to the power of her first credit card and gets into a minor traffic accident with a NASCAR driver (guest star BRAD KESELOWSKI.)
Steve is the new coach of the bar's peewee hockey team, but competition with fellow coach and childhood rival Lyle Winkler (guest star Billy Gardell) spurs him to reconsider his "everybody plays" mentality. Meanwhile, Ok Cha meets her "free pass."
Steve holds a Ladies' Night at the bar in an effort to boost his reputation on social media. A newly made-over Melanie is hit on by duplicitous ladies' man Neal (guest star KUNAL NAYYAR) who uses different personalities to hit on women. And Hank unknowingly courts a Filipino ladyboy named Angel (guest star NICH ENDRES).
Convinced that he should be dating from a wider pool, Steve goes out with a woman of questionable morality. Meanwhile, Melanie dates an annoying nicknamer, and Owen dates someone just a little too close to home.
In the season two premiere, a visit to the bar from Susan's overachieving husband, Jason (guest star KEN JEONG – Community, The Hangover films), leads to a life decision mirroring Steve's - leaving a successful career for following your bliss. Melanie starts a support group for confused sports fans.
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