As Mike plans to throw a birthday party for his new girlfriend and Stephanie prepares to move to London, P.J. considers a promotion at the paper.
The sudden popularity of Crowley's forces the gang to look for a new haunt; Mike realizes he'll have to show his new girlfriend where he really lives.
P.J. and Stephanie help Mike and Brendan find a new approach to meeting women; Kenny asks Bobby to be his workout buddy, then lives to regret it.
When Bobby decides to shake things up with a new career, P.J. worries about what it will mean for their relationship.
As Kenny and Mike each worry about their store's future, an article in a men's magazine makes P.J. wonder if her sex life with Bobby is waning.
As Kenny and Mike set out to accomplish a series of manly tasks, Bobby looks to prove his worth by fixing P.J.'s leaky kitchen sink.
Mike hopes for a big birthday surprise from his friends; Stephanie weighs a film deal for her book; fraud wipes out Bobby's family fortune.
Stephanie lands a reservation at an exclusive new restaurant for her, P.J. and their boyfriends, leaving Mike and Brendan on their own.
The search for Andy's replacement at the poker table reveals the history of how P.J. and her pals first met.
P.J. faces new challenges on her first assignments to Cubs' spring training; A player's girlfriend uses Brendan to make her boyfriend jealous.
P.J. hits it off with one of Stephanie's girlfriends; Andy is unnerved to find that Kenny and Mike are pals with a guy who was his marriage counselor.
Bobby feels threatened when P.J. uses Facebook to get in touch with an ex-boyfriend from college.
As winter turns to spring, the warm weather sparks romance for P.J., Bobby and their friends.
P.J. spends a week helping Brendan make better decisions; Andy plays in Kenny's band; Mike meets a new woman at Stephanie's relationship seminar.
The annual games decathlon weekend opens a rift between Bobby and P.J. when he accuses her of being too competitive.
P.J.'s new promotion has Bobby worrying about how he should react.
My Boys: Season 1 clip - starring Jordana Spiro, Kyle Howard.
My Boys clip - starring Jordana Spiro, Kyle Howard.
TBS's critically acclaimed originals series My Boys is back for a second season. The popular comedy set in Chicago stars Jordana Spiro as PJ Franklin, a 20-something sports writer looking for love while also trying to maintain a close connection with her friends, most of whom are guys.
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