Former underling Tillie returns to KHBX as a producer. Tensions run high when she goes out on assignment with Kevin to an Ironman competition, thanks to her past relationship with him.
Inspired by a racial-sensitivity seminar, the news team decides to do an exposé on prejudice in America with Kevin posing as a homosexual.
The news team goes on location to Panama City, Fla., to investigate the dangers of spring break. However, their own excessive partying soon compromises the quality of their reporting.
The crew heads to the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, where Tillie and Kevin attempt to further their own careers. Meanwhile, Alan implores politicians to grant his imprisoned mother amnesty.
The news team attempts to close ranks at a nature camp specializing in group dynamics. Meanwhile, Kevin and Tillie temporarily rekindle their relationship.
The KHBX News Team gets a big break, and are sent to report on a national kidnapping story. Unfortunately, a travel snafu and a snow storm force the team to be creative, giving new meaning to "unconventional reporting."
In an effort to boost their ratings among the God-fearing demographic, the KHBX News Team infuses their reports with religion by covering a Christian rock concert and a Christian gaming convention. In the process of filing their report, they learn new things about their own faith.
Budget cuts threaten the news team's employment status, leading them to try their hand at such activities as stand-up comedy and Korean karaoke.
Kevin's dream of doing his own morning talk show comes true.