In the second-season ender, the Coreys meet in therapy for one last time, hoping to resolve their issues, but Haim finds the pressures of being confronted about sobriety too much to bear and walks out. Later, Haim learns that he's landed a role in a film, and he plans a meeting with Feldman.
Feldman tells Haim that he and Susie are cutting ties with Haim until he gets clean; Haim's assistant also confronts him about his self-destructive behavior; and his mom arrives. Meanwhile, Feldman has self-image issues following a photo shoot and decides to get liposuction.
The two Coreys talk in a therapy session about how they can mend their friendship, and Feldman invites Haim to come to his home the following day. But Haim arrives to find that it's an intervention by the Feldmans, Pauly Shore and Todd Bridges.
Haim's father visits, and they play golf and visit an actors studio, where Haim shares his experiences of being a child actor. Meanwhile, the Feldmans visit the Playboy mansion and Hugh Hefner asks Susie to appear in the magazine.
Haim regrets past mistakes and wants to atone for the wrong things he's done, so he places a public apology in Variety. Feldman, Susie and their manager are skeptical, but the Feldmans begin to trust his sincerity after Haim invites them to his house for dinner.
Haim considers backing out of "The Lost Boys 2: The Tribe," creating more tension between him and Feldman, who starts looking for projects on his own; Haim also hires an assistant and gets an audition.