In the Season 1 finale, the gang discover that Maya has been studying them all year for her dissertation when they find her open laptop unattended. Meanwhile, Franco and Randy are determined to find out where Arthur really spends each Sunday.
Arthur encourages Franco to pursue his art but is caught off guard when Franco paints a mural on the side of the donut shop, sparking controversy in the neighborhood. Meanwhile, Fawz decides to run for president of the Uptown Business Council.
The group decide to take up a collection to pay for Franco's medical expenses when he's hurt at work and doesn't have insurance. Later, Tush experiences unusual side effects when he participates in an experimental drug trial.
Franco is subjected to an unwarranted stop-and-frisk, prompting Randy to discuss racial profiling with her fellow cops. Meanwhile, Arthur must confront his own prejudices after suspecting that Franco's friend stole a piece of his sports memorabilia.
Franco and Sweatpants organize a protest to oppose their landlord's plan to convert their apartment building into luxury condos. Meanwhile, Randy is nice to James in hopes of scoring a good recommendation from him for her sergeant's exam.
Arthur tries to prove his worth with a new donut flavor after Franco's creative recipe becomes a best seller. Meanwhile, Fawz comes up with an inventive password to prevent Maya and James from stealing his store's WiFi.