Jules insists on taking her father to the doctor; Laurie and Travis go on their first date; Bobby discovers Dog Travis is just using him for food.
Grayson is crushed after seeing harsh reviews on Yelp; Jules lands herself in grocery store jail.
Grayson sells his old house to an elderly couple, and after spending time together, finds many perks to being old.
Bobby finds a new tomboy friend; Grayson sparks a religious debate; the Cul-De-Sac Crew form a dodgeball league.
Confused by her feelings for Travis, Laurie starts breaking things; Jules hangs out with her therapist.
Jules' dad arrives to recover from an injury; Bobby and Grayson teach Travis how to be a 'playa.'
Laurie and Wade decide to move in together; Tom becomes Jules' personal cheerleader; Grayson and Jules have a naked day.
When buyers show interest in Grayson's house, the crew is quick to judge their potential new neighbors. They also become nostalgic about when redneck Bobby and Jules first moved into the neighborhood. Meanwhile, Wade returns home from Afghanistan early, but Laurie's initial excitement quickly turns to fear when he becomes too clingy.
Jules has trouble sleeping; Grayson gets hurt playing roller hockey; Andy tries to redeem his stash of sex coupons with Ellie.
Jules decides that she's done with real estate; Bobby starts selling burgers out of a truck.
The girls investigate Tom's new girlfriend; Bobby works on his table manners with Ellie; Andy and Grayson rebel against the girls' rules.
Trying to infuse passion into her marriage, Jules enlists Ellie to start a verbal firestorm; Laurie helps Travis find his superpower.
Jules becomes crazed when Travis stays away too long from game night; Ellie trains Andy like a dog; the guys grow mustaches to look cool.
Grayson doesn't learn the rules of marriage in his first week with Jules; Bobby tries teaching Travis lessons on being a man.
Jules and Grayson are adjusting to married life just as Jules' son, Travis, tries his hand at being a "playah." Meanwhile, Ellie heads back to work, Bobby jumps back into the dating scene and nosey neighbor Tom tries his best to become a part of the crew.
When Grayson complains that his life is like "Groundhog Day," Jules asks for that to be the theme of her bachelorette party; Grayson convinces Jules to elope, but their friends tag along.
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