Melissa gets a new French-accented boyfriend, and Brendon and Jason get jealous when her love life starts to interfere with their busy production schedule--and the casting of their Susan B. Anthony biopic. Meanwhile, Coach McGuirk transforms into to a social planner.
EP 2 Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
A kitchen fire at the Smalls is nothing compared to the flaring tempers triggered when both of Paula's newly separated parents move in. To make matters worse, Coach McGuirk volunteers to "renovate" the kitchen. Meanwhile, Brendon, Jason and Melissa make a crime drama called "Mulligan and Winooski" about two cops.
EP 4 Improving Your Life Through Improv
Brendon gets caught making fun of another kid at school and as a result, Mr. Lynch sends everyone to sensitivity training on a Saturday. There they learn the value of really bad improv games and experience the song "No Skin Off My Ass." Also: Paula secretly enters one of Brendon's movies in a contest.
EP 5 Renaissance
Brendon, Jason and Melissa are performing the musical "King Arthur Meets Robin Hood"at a medieval fair organized by Mr. Lynch. Tensions soon arise between the fair and the sci-fi convention next door. Can Brendon bring peace to the warring factions? Also, can Coach McGuirk stay in character as a medieval blacksmith?
EP 6 My Cheatin' Heart
Brendon has trouble convincing Jason and Melissa to make their latest film backwards, a la "Memento." Meanwhile, Brendon is forced to work on his golf game after his dad pressures him into playing a round with an important client. Coach McGuirk gives Brendon some valuable golf advice: cheat.
EP 9 Storm Warning
Coach McGuirk tries to convince Paula to pose as his fiance while his sister visits. Meanwhile, Paula needs to get her novel to her agent before he goes on vacation. On the filmmaking front, the kids try to decide whether they want to make a mockumentary about making a movie or a mock, making-of-a-mockumentary movie or just a movie.
EP 10 Time To Pay The Price
Brendon, Jason and Melissa get in BIG trouble at school and have to go to a "scared straight" program at the local prison. Meanwhile, Paula stumbles across a huge pile of the kids' old movies and incredibly, she watches them. What's more, she discovers an odd motif that runs through every film.