In the conclusion of the Season 4 finale, the cul-de-sac crew take Chick to Hollywood when they learn he has health issues, and go to extremes to arrange a meeting with one of his favorite stars, Tippi Hedren. Meanwhile, Laurie and Travis plan their first kiss; and Andy is disappointed that no one recognizes his Latino heritage.
In the first of a two-part Season 4 finale, Chick house-sits when the gang go on vacation, but not before Jules takes her dad to see a doctor when she realizes he hasn't been to one in years. Meanwhile, Laurie and Travis go on their first official date; and Bobby learns a bitter truth about man's best friend.
The cul-de-sac crew reveal their deepest thoughts à la "The Breakfast Club" voice-overs. Meanwhile, Grayson is upset by bad reviews of his pub online; and Jules goes to extremes to shed her goody-goody image.
An elderly couple buy Grayson's house—on the condition that they become part of the cul-de-sac crew—and Ellie, Jules and Grayson soon learn that getting older has its advantages. Meanwhile, Bobby renames his boat after his latest moneymaking scheme falls flat; and Travis looks for the ideal Penny Can partner.
The cul-de-sac crew join a dodgeball league, but Andy's strategy sparks a dustup with a group of preadolescents. Meanwhile, Grayson ignites a religious debate when he sighs during Jules' prayer; and Travis and Andy play second fiddles to Bobby's new tomboy friend.
Bobby has a fling with a woman he meets at a superstore; Jules spends time with her therapist after realizing her friends have been keeping secrets; Laurie develops an appetite for destruction when she's confused by her mixed feelings for Travis, forcing new mayor Andy to intervene.
Jules' dad, Chick, recovers from an injury at her house, but she stubbornly refuses to tell him about her own health issues during his stay. Meanwhile, Grayson and Bobby teach Travis how to be a ladies' man.
Laurie decides to move in with Wade, but she's worried how Travis will take the news; Tom loses his "new guy" status and becomes a cheerleader for Jules; Jules and Grayson have a clothing-optional day.
With Grayson's house on the market, the cul-de-sac crew waste little time judging their potential neighbors, which conjures up memories of the time when Jules and Bobby moved in. Meanwhile, Wade returns from Afghanistan earlier than expected, stirring mixed emotions in Laurie when he becomes too clingy.
Jules mulls a career change when she tires of the real-estate grind, while Bobby embarks on a new venture to sell burgers from a truck, though his business suffers thanks to Ellie's brand of customer service.
Tom gets a new girlfriend, prompting the women to find out more about her. Meanwhile, Bobby tries to improve his table manners on a pretend date with Ellie; and Andy and Grayson decide they've had enough of the women's rules.
Jules frets about a lack of passion in her marriage to Grayson, but input from Ellie makes their relationship almost too hot to handle. Meanwhile, Laurie helps Travis locate his inner hero; and Bobby tries out a new personality.
In the Season 4 premiere, Jules and Grayson are in their first week of marriage, but it's not all wedded bliss for the latter, who has a lot to learn about being Jules' husband. Meanwhile, Bobby tries giving fatherly advice to Travis after he turns 21; and Ellie and Laurie console a depressed Jules when Grayson won't apologize for what he did in her dream. Directed by series star Courteney Cox.