Pistons legend Rick Mahorn decides to get serious about acting after appearing in one of the guys' ads. Meanwhile, Tim and Sam learn that the Chrysler executive they ran over has led a terrible life since.
Tim's father, Big Hank, returns unexpectedly from an asylum under suspicious circumstances. Meanwhile, Tim and Sam struggle to come up with a catchy slogan for a department store that caters to husky boys.
A new tech company moves into Tim and Sam's building, disrupting their daily routine, but Sam tries to hide a crush on one of the outfit's female employees. Meanwhile, Lea runs into trouble editing an ad for a local mirror store.
The guys buy a motorcycle instead of the production van they desperately need after a client inspires them to live life to the fullest, but their brand begins to suffer when they outsource their work to their building's security guard.
Two best friends try to make a name for themselves in advertising in the Motor City, which begins with Tim and Sam pitching an ill-fated campaign to Chrysler, while their assistant Lea dives into a hot-tub commercial.