Mitch is chosen over Russell to officiate a wedding, triggering a battle between the two over who is the best person for the job. Before long, swirling gossip jeopardizes the wedding. The series finale.
Mitch fights for justice when Russell and Angie are turned away from their favorite restaurant, but he discovers going to battle can have unintended consequences. Meanwhile, Tracy discovers her daughter was involved in a bullying incident at school.
Mitch accidentally sends a text to Angie, forcing them to go on a clumsy date and throwing off the group dynamic. Meanwhile, Russell works at Tracy's office, and in the process distracts Tracy's assistant and wins over her boss.
Angie is haunted by stories of Russell's ex-girlfriends, so she attempts to transform the house from a bachelor pad to a married home. Meanwhile, Tracy tries to get her daughter to embrace their shared Filipino culture.
Mitch tries to negotiate a car deal for Russell, and an opportunity for a great deal presents itself when a gay salesman assumes Mitch and Russell are a couple. Meanwhile, Tracy and Angie set out to save money at the gym.
Mixed-faith couple Mitch and Tracy struggle to teach their daughter about religion and life's biggest questions. Meanwhile, Mitch's sister arrives for dinner with her psychic boyfriend, and Angie and Russell clash over God.
A neighborhood girl witnesses Russell taking a shower, prompting the gang to debate how much she saw and what they should do about the situation. Meanwhile, Tracy tries to impress the other moms by enlisting Angie to help throw a birthday bash for Sadie.
Russell scores VIP passes to the Adult Film Awards and seeks Mitch's advice on how to get permission from their wives to attend. They decide being honest is the best policy and their approach works, until Tracy has second thoughts. Elsewhere, Angie discovers Russell's fans are sending him nude pictures.