KHBX grants Kevin the chance to pilot his own morning talk show, "Beekin and Eggs," but the team quickly learns that producing an entirely different show is no easy task.
Due to budget cuts, the KHBX news team may lose their jobs in favor of the KHBX Doppler, so they prepare themselves to pursue alternative careers, such as Marty's dabbling in stand-up comedy and Alan's return to the seedy world of Korean Karaoke.
In an effort to boost ratings among the God-fearing demographic, the KHBX News Team infuses religion into their reporting by covering a Christian rock concert and Christian gaming convention and, in the process, learn new things about their own faith.
The news team is forced to get creative and give new meaning to "unconventional reporting" when an unfortunate travel snafu and a snow storm threaten to blow their big break.
Morale reaches an all-time low after a focus group rates the news team poorly, so they attend an outdoor team-building weekend of trust falls and campfires, and Kevin and Tillie's bond of friendship is renewed, temporarily.
Ready to cover something larger than local news, Kevin suggests that Tillie convince the station to let them cover the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in Memphis, Tennessee, where they can both pursue their goals of making it big.
The KHBX news team heads to Panama City, Florida to investigate the dangers of Spring Break, but when they get caught up in the excitement of the festivities, the fate of their story hangs in jeopardy.
After attending a racial sensitivity seminar, the news team from KHBX decide to film a scathing exposé on prejudice in America, but when Kevin goes undercover as a homosexual, they discover that exposing prejudice is much harder then they thought.
The news team from KHBX attend sexual harassment training and end up revealing some of their deepest, darkest secrets before heading off to the Iron Man Bodybuilding competition to uncover the world of professional bodybuilding.
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