In the series finale, Hoff's life goes from bad to worse when, in desperate need of money, he takes a job working with Christopher Biggins. En route to meeting with his costar, Hoff realizes that his driver Terry has abducted his own daughter and now the press and police are following them.
Hoff is offered a job as a land mine charity spokesman, which requires him to take a hostile environment training course. Meanwhile, Max tries to capitalize on Hoff's upcoming trip to a conflict zone by booking a personal signing appearance for, it turns out, a warlord.
Hoff chooses to give up acting following an inspirational session with his personal trainer, Danny; and instead pursue his potential for doing good in the world by becoming a UN Ambassador. But first, he puts his debating, bribing and plagiarizing skills to the test against a group of precocious kids.
Manager Max is excited about the prospect of using Hoff's name on a new, classy aftershave. However, things don't go as well as expected and a supposedly sexist remark results in Hoff getting fired and his career in need of rescue (again).