Pool tries to unite his dysfunctional staff while battling a prissy corporate competitor who wants control of the store.
Pool hopes a water stain in the store that seemingly resembles Jesus will attract customers and boost slumping sales. Meanwhile, emotions are raw when the store freezer breaks down, threatening the meat inventory; and Carl tries to be a proper father to his son.
Butcher Todd is let go when the store can't afford the employees' health insurance. He seeks a job at neighboring Super Value Mart, but Amy's grand scheme is to transform him into the town's hunkiest butcher---not to mention her own personal stud.
When Leslie desperately seeks a date for a social-fraternity dinner, Ingrid reluctantly agrees to be his companion.
In the season finale, it's “bagging fights” for bragging rights when Greens & Grains' proud cashier-bagging team, Richard and Buck, enter a competition against a boastful squad from rival store Super Value Mart. But trouble looms when Buck backs out of the contest, forcing Ingrid to take his place.