In the series finale, Terry's impressive work for a client leads Jack to add her design talents to the family business, but soon her division of Mr. Jiffy Fix seems to be taking over, so Jack and Darren try to come up with a way to separate the businesses. Meanwhile, Mason's new CPR certification has him champing at the bit to put his lifesaving talents to the test.
Jack gets bullied by some pest-control guys and then gets bugged when Tony advises him on how to handle the matter, which he'd rather deal with in his own way. Meanwhile, Terry sets her sights on winning a neighborhood art show.
Tables are turned when Terry takes ill and Tony has to take care of her for a spell. Meanwhile, Jack discovers that Stitch's new boyfriend feels threatened by her feelings for him, and now Jack must determine whether it's time to step up.
Jack and Darren get locked in a room at a client's house, where their bickering reveals some of the reasons behind their long-standing conflict. Meanwhile, the guys' mysterious absence impacts Terry, Tony, Mason and Stitch as they ready for the annual classic-car parade.
With Stitch readying for community-college graduation, Jack tries to track down her estranged mother, while Terry's challenge to fix the shower puts her and Tony at odds. Later, Darren deals with a stalker ex-girlfriend.
Tony gets back into the dating game, but Jack learns a disturbing secret about his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Terry won't let Mason drive, so he asks Darren to intercede; and Stitch may have a secret crush.
Jack scores a plum job in an affluent neighborhood, where an interfering Tony disagrees with most of his decisions. Later, Terry preps Tony for his physical, while Darren continuously dumps Ellis on Stitch.
At a job in a corporate complex, Jack attempts to reconnect with a former high-school crush. Meanwhile, Darren has questions about his status after he has an idea stolen; and Terry butts in on Mason's new relationship, while Tony has problems with the girlfriend's offbeat style.