In the second season finale, new footage and fresh revelations are presented, featuring Taylor's tragic bathroom break prior to his wedding; Ben's most outrageous moments; conflicts surrounding the marriage between Mayur and Maneka; and more.
Ben and Vicki face graduation, but have few job prospects and make a tough decision about moving him to Seattle. Also: Mayur becomes distant from Maneka and Taylor makes a painful decision regarding her health.
Maneka quits her job after feeling overwhelmed by career demands and Mayur's expectations; Ben wants Vicki to find a job, resulting in a power struggle between the two; and Taylor returns from flight attendant school with a big announcement.
Financial problems surface for Ben and Vicki, who seek an exemption from their rabbi to start a family. Elsewhere: Mayur bans Maneka from going to social events, which casts doubt over their traditional marriage and a David makes a shocking revelation when he and Taylor seek help from a pastor.
Mayur feels pressure to start a family and turns his focus to earning income, which makes Maneka feel lonely; Ben and Vicki fight over finances and things escalate when Ben's car breaks down; and David demands Taylor get a job before she leaves for flight attendant training.
David draws a line after Taylor asks him to quit his church and become a Baptist; a monthly religious tradition prevents Ben and Vicki from touching, which causes temptation and frustration; and Maneka and Mayur learn the results of her pregnancy test.
Ben and Vicky move in together following the ceremony and face new challenges of living with each other; Taylor reveals a shocking secret put that hinders David's plans to move out of the trailer; and Maneka surprises Mayur on their honeymoon.
The wedding day arrives for Maneka and Mayur, but Mayur won't do the traditional first dance; Ben and Vicki return to Seattle for wedding preparations; and David asks Taylor to sit down with her mother-in-law.
In the second season premiere, three new couples are introduced, featuring a couple who face a mother's wrath; an Orthodox Jewish couple who struggle to follow the strict rules; and an Indian couple who clash after learning the woman becomes "property" after vows are exchanged.