In the series finale, the guys clash with Roxie, so they work instead with her event-planner nemesis and play an "End of the World" bash. Yet Roxie throws her own similarly themed event and hires the guys' musical rival, a Def Leppard tribute group called Armageddon It.
Rutherford books the group a gig at a corporate event—but it's for the company that employs Eddie, who doesn't want his conservative boss to know he's in a band. Eddie's problem escalates when his office rival discovers his secret.
Eddie reluctantly enlists Tommy to babysit his children. Tommy's planned activities include attending a bachelor party for Rachel's fiancé, but Tommy must soon tangle with his nemesis, who turns out to be the best man.
Four friends with day jobs escape their daily stress by playing in a Seattle wedding band in this comedy starring Brian Austin Green and Harold Perrineau. In the premiere, lead singer Tommy's ex-girlfriend arrives with news that she's getting married, and she wants Tommy's group to be her wedding band.