The Valentines seek out Aunt Circe (Ann Magnuson), a witch who can produce metamorphoses, when the perfect match for a divorcée (Ana Gasteyer) appears to be her dog. Meanwhile, no one believes that Danny was assaulted in the mansion, and Ari has his own reasons to visit Aunt Circe.
Phoebe attempts to rekindle the romance between two former bookstore owners who have lost their passion for books and each other. Meanwhile, Ari warns Danny that mysterious forces are conspiring against the family.
Posing as lawyers, the Valentines save a movie starlet (Holly Valance) from jail time and get her a community-service assignment at a struggling theater. The actress' soul mate is the theater's owner (Ryan Devlin), who has doubts about her work ethic. Meanwhile, Phoebe breaks into Kate's apartment to find proof that she can't be trusted.
Grace's affair with Ray is put on hold when her husband, Ari, the god of war, returns home. But Ari hasn't come back for her. He's there to persuade Danny to work for him instead of Grace. Elsewhere, the Valentines try to bring a perfume chemist together with his soul mate. Morgan: Jonathan McClain. Nisha: Tejal Shah.
A family of Greek gods relocates from Mount Olympus to Los Angeles to help people find true love. In the pilot episode, they ask for assistance from a romance novelist to get two soul mates to recognize they could be more than best friends.