First-season finale: LaVonda tells Noleta about her affair, and they arrive in Los Angeles for the opening of Ty's play, but Ty has other problems; G.W. proposes to Peggy; Bitsy shares her feelings with Glyndora; Latrelle gets off Valium; Sissy confesses to killing the goat and is arrested along with Noleta; Brother Boy blackmails Bumper and he and Jackie make their escape.
Ty tells Sara that he and Jacob are a couple and comes out to his best friend; Brother Boy and Jackie plan to blackmail Bumper to get out of the institution; Baptists picket the bar; Glyndora moves in with Bitsy after Ritchie beats her up; Latrelle stops downing pills; Sissy decides to quit smoking; Noleta takes extreme measures to accompany LaVonda to L.A.
Latrelle, LaVonda and Sissy get in a fight with Bumper, and Noleta joins the fray with a gun; a petition to close the bar circulates; Noleta discovers evidence of G.W.'s affair with Peggy; LaVonda catches Bitsy and Glyndora in the act; Sara refuses to accept that Ty and Jacob are a couple.
Latrelle comes clean about her pill problem; Jackie, another mental patient, tells Brother Boy that she is digging a tunnel out of the institution; Sissy invites Latrelle to stay with her; Bumper sneaks into Latrelle's house to attack her; Ty is upset over Walker's death and Sara moves into Walker's apartment; and G.W. decides to get rid of Noleta so he can be with Peggy.
Bitsy addresses the church; Peggy explains why she took Bitsy in; and Brother Boy has trouble with Dr. Eve's tests. Meanwhile, no one has heard from Latrelle, so Sissy, Noleta and LaVonda try to find her.
Bitsy and the bar gang decide to storm the church; Brother Boy negotiates with Dr. Eve to continue therapy; and Noleta is convinced G.W. is having an affair. Meanwhile, in L.A., Ty is trying to be honest with everyone, but Sara won't accept that he's gay. Candis Cayne guests as Dr. Ray O'Light, Ty's 19th therapist in two years.
Latrelle spies on G.W. at the motel, but LaVonda pieces together an artful (if not actual) story of what's up between him and Peggy to hide the affair from Noleta. Meanwhile, Ty plays travel agent to get LaVonda to visit him in L.A.; and Brother Boy has a surprise for Dr. Eve as his dehomosexualization therapy begins.
Brother Boy is back on his feet; G.W. and Peggy begin sneaking around. Meanwhile, Sissy and LaVonda are kept awake by the neighbor's pet goat, and Sissy takes matters in her own hands; and Ty meets Walker, an older gay neighbor. Country singer Georgette Jones has a cameo as the ghost of Tammy Wynette.
Bumper, the security guard, catches Latrelle stealing pills; Bitsy learns that Glyndora burned down her trailer (the crime that sent Bitsy to prison); G.W. thinks that Noleta has poisoned herself; Ty is confronted about his habit of lying; and Dr. Eve explains her dehomosexualization therapy to Brother Boy's family.
The family learns Brother Boy is in a coma, and Latrelle steals Valium while they are visiting him at the mental institution; G.W.'s legs are repaired after Noleta shot them; Juanita tries to enter a Willie Nelson radio contest that has been over for two years. Meanwhile, Noleta buys rat poison after threatening to kill G.W. or herself; and Sara walks in on Ty and Jacob naked.
Tammy Wynette's ghost asks Brother Boy to carry on her legacy, and he has his first session with the new therapist, Dr. Eve. Meanwhile, bar singer and ex-con Bitsy Mae Harling (Olivia Newton-John) introduces Peggy to the local bar, where she meets G.W.; Ty meets beautiful Jacob at the play audition and is confronted by Sara, his ex-girlfriend.
Dysfunction in a Republican Baptist Texas family is played for laughs. In the opener, matriarch Peggy (Rue McClanahan) is missing; her mental patient son Brother Boy is heartbroken to learn that Tammy Wynette has died; her grandson Ty, also in therapy, is nervous about auditioning for a gay play; and neighbors Noleta and G.W. fight because he wants to take off his prosthetic legs for sex. Margaret Cho has a cameo as a therapist. Based on the play and movie written and directed by Del Shores.