Spalding's parents visit from Australia, throwing Spalding into a tizzy, because he has never told his dad that he's gay. Meanwhile, a health inspector is scheduled to check out Griz's bar, which is filthy.
Spalding wants to win the heart of his old flame Bruce, and blackmails Reilly into posing as his boyfriend. At the same time, Griz's rough-and-tumble alcoholic sister is in town determined to turn Spalding straight.
Frustrated by his physical limitations, Reilly buys a trained monkey to be his new hands and feet; Blazer, Spalding, Fontaine and Griz like the idea of a hairy assistant, so they each get one for their own selfish purposes.
Perpetually low on cash, Reilly and the gang make several fairly honest attempts at finding jobs in the real world with no success. Then, they decide to rent out the luxurious Maimed Manor for parties and rake in the money.
The Quads concoct a new scheme to bring in some dough by staging their own athletic competition called the Gimp Games. In order to guarantee a clean sweep, they rig the events and sabotage their competitors.