The Season 2 finale features the return of Constance (Jane Lynch), who is getting married to a well-to-do older gentleman. She hires the gang to work the affair, which leads to conflict between the bride and Lydia, who took her catering job. Meanwhile, Kyle's band, Karma Rocket, is scheduled to perform at the event.
At the annual company picnic, Ron angles for a position at the head office, Casey puts her best foot forward in an effort to excel at all of the competitive events and Roman and Kyle get into it with their archrivals at Val Halla catering.
During a job at a regional theater, Kyle agrees to help his old mentor by working his romantic magic on a well-to-do female patron, whom they hope to coerce into donating some much-need cash to save the enterprise.
Ron's in the middle of dealing with his breakup, and being in the middle of catering an orgy isn't helping matters. But that doesn't stop Roman from offering his services to the host to help create a perfect atmosphere for the sexual soiree.
It's a battle royal involving new team leader Henry and former supervisor Ron, who's unhappy about not being the top man anymore. Things heat up at a fund-raiser for a prestigious preschool, where parents will do practically anything to get their little dumplings enrolled.
In the second-season opener, Henry takes over as team leader at the catering company and he has a full menu to deal with, including a bizarre rock star who goes incognito, the return of former boss Ron and his fractured relationship with Casey.