Granddad loves Siri on his new iPhone. Unfortunately, she loves him back, a bit too much. When she becomes obsessed with him, Granddad finds that Siri is one app that won't be deleted that easily.
These are not "good times" for Granddad. He owes millions of dollars on his house to Eddie Wuncler (son of Ed Wuncler) who has some unique ideas of how Granddad can pay him back. And with Eddie appearing more like a gangster than a businessman, times are about to get worse.
It may not be meth, but the explosive hair product the Freemans are selling is just as dangerous. And even more lethal may be the black market of the hair-care industry run by Boss Willona.
Granddad is hired by not-so-sweet grandmothers at a nursing home to escort lonely ladies. But this Woodcrest Gigolo is in for a surprise when he finds that the job is not as sexy as it sounds.
Civil Rights pioneers: Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X... Robert Freeman? A young reluctant Granddad is held as an unwilling freedom rider by Revered Sturdy Harris, on a trip through the racist South. Despite his attempts to "turn the bus around" Granddad is led into dangerous territory. This isn't Woodcrest anymore. Dennis Haysbert guest stars as Reverend Sturdy Harris.
Stinkmeaner is back, or at least his clone is. After a fight with Granddad goes viral, Stinkmeaner turns into an instant celebrity. And seeking revenge, Granddad's hate may cause him to be yet another clone of Stinkmeaner. Edward Asner guest stars as Ed Wuncler.
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