Having fired the wedding planner, Scott needs help to prepare for a wedding in one week. He asks Johnny to make the centerpieces, and Johnny agrees in exchange for Renee setting him up with a date for the ceremony. The big question is: Can Scott overcome his cold feet?
Scott decides to become more responsible, singing Bailey to sleep and helping Renee with wedding invitations---but soon it seems he's in charge of the entire wedding. Elsewhere, Scott auditions for a voice role in an animated project, but Johnny arrives and causes a scene, which may hurt Scott's chances of landing the role.
Renee hires a nanny to help take care of baby Bailey and teach Scott some lessons about child rearing. At first, Scott tries to adhere to the nanny's orders, but her strict edicts soon begin to wear on his nerves.
An anxiety-ridden Scott quits his daddies-to-be class and calls Doc Ali, his former life coach, for advice. After calming down and helping Johnnie V. reconnect with his stepdaughter, Scott goes with Renee to a birthing class, where she begins to go into labor.
Scott travels to Brooklyn to revisit his roots. While there, his old pals dispense both helpful and not-so-helpful parenting advice. Later, Scott meets with a nun and discloses his feelings about not being able to discuss fatherhood with his dad.
Scott and Renee move into their new house. While unpacking, Scott becomes conflicted after discovering a stack of Playboys that feature women he's dated. Later, Scott and Renee go on a double date with Johnny V that turns ugly.