"The Nice Talk"
When the MacDougalls are invited to spend Easter with the Barones, the families attempt to bond over a 500-piece puzzle. While members of the Barone and MacDougall families get frustrated with the complicated puzzle, Ray and Pat continue working on it until the wee hours of the night while sharing private stories about themselves and their families. But when Debra, Marie, Robert and Peter find out about Ray and Pat's newfound friendship, jealousy ensues.
After a modeling agent tells Robert he has a unique look, he convinces him to pose for head shots with their "in-house" photographer. But when Robert and Ray return for the pictures, they are surprised to find the modeling agency has mysteriously disappeared.
"Golf For It"
Robert and Ray end up with the mother of all guilt trips when they decide not to help Marie with a home project so they can land a prime spot on the golf course. Their overnight wait in the car for a tee time becomes a brawl over their respective roles in their parents' future.
"Not So Fast"
Robert's anxiety gets the best of him when Amy puts her personal touch on their newly acquired home. Amy starts by attacking Frank's "odor" with lilac air fresheners, throwing out Marie's salt and pepper shakers and replacing the old dial phone. Meanwhile, Ray and Debra visit Marie and Frank for the third time in two weeks. Ray is called to the condo office to sign an insurance form for Marie and, while there, the head of the facility tells him and Debra that Frank and Marie must move out. They explain residents are threatened by Frank's overall demeanor and Marie is bringing the morale of the community to an all-time low. Later, Frank and Marie stun Robert and Amy when they show up at their old house with suitcases and Ray delivers the shocking news. Ultimately, Robert and Amy agree to sell the house back to Marie and Frank and continue living under the same roof until they can find their own place.
"P. T. & A."
Following a PTA meeting, Debra comments on Ray's sloppy attire, and Ray tells Debra that he overheard one of the mothers say that she looked "trampy." Amy does not help matters when she admires Debra for wearing "young" clothes that aren't necessarily age appropriate. The next day, Robert discusses the situation with Ray and learns that Ray's feelings were hurt and he made up the entire story. A week later as Ray and Debra host the PTA meeting, Debra purposely dresses "trampy" and confronts the women face to face. Ray eventually confesses to his wrongdoing and expresses his true emotions, that he was threatened by Debra's attire and worried she was looking for someone more in her league.