In the second-season finale, Ben wonders how to rescue CRISP and his friendship with Cam. Meanwhile, Domingo and Cam launch a PR blitz to clean up Rasta Monsta's image; Rachel seeks advice from a former mentor; and Kaplan parties one more time before going to jail.
The uncertain future of CRISP is a touchy subject for Ben and Cam; Rene tries to find out who sabotaged Rasta Monsta, and talks to Kaplan about incarceration; Rachel does her best to put a job setback behind her.
Ben and Cam turn on the CRISP charm with buyers from a Midwestern retailer after Nancy registers her disapproval; Rene tries to convince Debbie he's turned over a new leaf; Rachel undergoes an eye-opening transformation.
Ben learns startling news about Rachel's romantic life at an out-of-town wedding, where Kaplan frets over his best-man speech. Meanwhile, Cam pitches a CRISP photo shoot to Lulu's dad (Joe Pantoliano); and Rene is up to his old tricks to raise money for his new business.
Ben hopes a seemingly meaningless job for Nancy will lead to bigger things; Cam angles for a piece of Domingo's business for some extra cash to afford his own place; a video shoot for Rasta Monsta helps Rene get closer to Debbie; Rachel hears a tip about Ben's romantic status.
Ben and Cam face a difficult choice between jumping off with an untested sales representative and wooing a more well-known one (Gina Gershon). Meanwhile, Rene comes up with a novel way for a client to pay his debt; and Rachel gets a new job.
In the second-season premiere, Ben and Cam look for a way to market their CRISP attire in New York after a promising debut in Tokyo. Meanwhile, Rene's new Rasta Monsta billboard is a hit with everyone except his girlfriend; and Rachel returns from a soul-searching trip abroad, but she's still not over Ben.