Prizefighter Killer King moves into the rooming house and becomes convinced that Lou is fooling around with his wife, Dixie. When Costello accidentally knocks Killer's sparring partner unconscious, Bud volunteers Lou to take his place.
After a quirky poker game with Mr. Fields, the boys get a letter from Lou's grandfather, who plans to give him $10,000 if he is married. After several attempts to meet women, Lou reconnects with his former girlfriend, Agnes, who has just broken up with a jealous wrestler.
With the aid of Bud and Mr. Fields, Lou constructs a prefabricated house for his fiancee, Sally. The new construction is sabotaged by Sally's former boyfriend, and when her parents arrive to inspect the dwelling, they are nearly killed.
Season 1 finale. Panelists include Tommy Smothers, Martin Mull and Penn Jillette.
Joaquin's little league coach turns out to be a pedophile. When Cora tries to convince Brown to get a will, he thinks she's out to kill him.
Edna returns home with news that she's engaged; Will agrees to appear on a calendar at the hospital for charity.
Will has a secret: He takes hush-hush salsa-dancing lessons in an effort to take Sasha out to a party, but Sasha suspects he's spending the time cheating on her. Meanwhile, the Colonel and Edna hope to leave Brown Meadows and move in together elsewhere.
Daisy's memory issues trigger the arrival of her cousin, but buried family secrets are then revealed. Elsewhere, Reggie's outdated attitude toward women irks Cora.
As Will and Tanya team up to care for the children, Brown and Derek gear up for a defensive-driving class.
Alfalfa falls asleep and dreams that he's a cowboy. Butch's gang has captured him and is stringing him up on a tree. Sheriffs Porky and Buckwheat arrive to save Alfalfa but are quickly captured.
Alfalfa, while under the influence of a hypnotist, challenges Butch to a duel over the affections of Darla. At the last minute, they lose their nerve and decide to use cap pistols.
When the "Our Gang" kids learn that the Red Cross needs funds, they decide to put on a minstrel show to raise money.
When Buckwheat tells the other Gang members he has seen a gorilla, they decide to cure him of his habitual fibbing.
Alex (Chris D'Elia) and Whitney (Whitney Cummings) head to City Hall to make it official, but finding out that Whitney's driver's license is expired sparks a chain of unusual events that interfere with their plans to wed. Later, Whitney's dad (Guest Star Peter Gallagher) seemingly comes to the rescue, but it may be too late. Elsewhere, Neal (Maulik Pancholy) and Lily (Zoe Lister-Jones) lead Mark (Dan O'Brien) to confess his feelings for Roxanne (Rhea Seahorn).
They may be furry, they may be feathered, they may be feral, but scratch their hairy surfaces and they're just a group of messed-up little creatures struggling with life, love, dreams, and what happens when you discover you're only the latest in a long line of pedigree pets.
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