Will must show his boss (Geoff Pierson) that he's tough enough to be "management material." Meanwhile, Theresa, Kenny and Brenda enjoy the perks of Will's new membership in the executive club. And they don't do it silently.
Will's new home-security system goes awry; Craig reconnects with Lisa (Chryssie Whitehead), whose wedding he broke up; and Kenny plays a "trust the universe" GPS game and ends up meeting his "Star Wars" hero, Billy Dee Williams (playing himself).
When the guys camp out all night outside a discount store to be first in line for a hot video game, other gamers notice Grant's strange resemblance to the game's hero. Meanwhile, Will discovers that Nathan has also sneaked out to the parking lot.
Will hopes that a baby chick can be teaching tool for Lucy about where food comes from, but then all the guys decide to adopt chicks as well, and things get out of hand. Meanwhile Craig dates a doctor (Marisa Coughlan), whose son turns out to be a bully.
After they find out that Nathan's allergic to wheat, the Keens all go on a gluten-free diet, leading to various complications (and cheating). Meanwhile, it's a fast-food extravaganza for Craig and Kenny as they romance two gals who work at Big Burger.
A kid who's bullying Nathan is the son of a guy (Dan Cortese) who had bullied Will when he was a kid. Making matters even worse for the Keens: Theresa needs funding for the science club, and the kid's mom is on the school board.
Kenny is nervous about meeting Jane's therapist parents, a lesbian couple who own a coffeehouse. He has every reason to be, but it could be a boon for Craig, who gets a music gig there. Meanwhile, Theresa installs a tracking device on Will's cell phone; and Nathan and Grant are given new ones.
Roommates Kenny and Craig decide to dig a swimming pool after Will suggests that they do something together. And Theresa wants Will to take a class with her so they can spend more time together. But Brenda thinks she's spending too much time with Grant.
Three friends in their thirties try to navigate modern manhood and their love lives—past and present. In the series opener, it's mostly past. For starters, Craig (series creator Christoper Moynihan) must deal with an old flame's wedding; and Kenny (Dan Fogler) must meet his ex-wife's charming and athletic new guy (Henry Simmons). Kenny's ex (Amanda Detmer), as it happens, is best friends with his sister, Theresa (Teri Polo), who's married to Will (Mather Zickel), the trio's third member.