Reba's family secretly orchestrates an online date for her, but her first encounter with Brad (Stacy Keach) does not go as planned; Reba comes to a realization about herself.
Reba is excited to finally meet Geoffrey's boss, Mr. Bata, but is disappointed when he asks her to write a jingle for a commercial; Kim worries about Sage's future.
Kim's husband greets Reba with an overly friendly kiss; Lillie Mae gets a full-body sunburn after a visit to a nude beach; June decides to test Reba's boundaries.
Reba's brother shows up and decides to help Lillie Mae turn her barbecue sauce into a successful business; June embarrasses Cash at school.
Cash, Reba and June try to give Lillie Mae the best birthday gift ever.
Lillie Mae and Reba put their plans on hold when a neighbor makes a confession that surprises the entire family.
Bad girl singer Shauna moves in with Reba and her family while they collaborate on a song.
When Cash has a hard time writing a one-act play, Reba suggests that he draw from his own experiences; Geoffrey gets Lillie Mae into his improv class.
Reba struggles to be gracious when June lands a meeting with Mr. Bata; Kim and Lillie Mae discover that Cash has a lucrative ability.
While planning Kim's baby shower, Reba is taped saying some unkind words about her; June tries to deal with her crush on Sage; Lillie Mae helps Cash get girls to notice him.
Reba tries to get June's school to revive its music program; Cash earns a bad boy persona when he stands up to the most popular boy in school; Lillie fights to keep her local pot dispensary open.
Despite all the change in her life, Reba is determined to have a traditional family Christmas and even invites Bobby over for dinner.
Reba tries to get dirt on Bobby's past from his ex-bandmate; Cash gets grounded for sneaking out to help his sister.
Reba feels threatened by her daughter's relationship with Kim; Lillie Mae educates Cash on being the man of the house.
Reba is furious when her ex-husband gives Cash a brand-new sports car for his birthday; Lillie Mae tries to calm a worried and pregnant Kim.
Reba is insulted when Mr. Bata wants Travie McCoy, a rapper, to record one of her songs; Lillie Mae realizes she has a secret admirer; Cash tries to hide his accent.
With a divorce pending, Reba packs up her sharp-tongued southern mother, Lillie Mae, and her two kids and U-Hauls it straight to sunny California to begin a new chapter in life.