Bret and Jemaine fire Murray when they begin to feel like he's focusing on a more successful band he manages, the Crazy Dogs. Free to make their own decisions, Bret and Jemaine seize the opportunity to write and record a jingle for a toothpaste commercial.
Bret and Jemaine only have one cup in the apartment to be shared between the two of them, so Bret buys a new cup. However, this frivolous purchase creates money problems for him and Jemaine. They're forced to take drastic measures to pay their bills, including selling their instruments and becoming prostitutes.
Bret fears retaliation from all the rappers he dissed in his new song, so he forms a gang to protect himself. Meanwhile, Jemaine helps Murray confront a group of Australian coworkers that have been bullying him.
Murray approaches Bret and Jemaine about raising the status of their relationship. Once they can advance from work mates to friends, the two are introduced to Murray's best friend, Jim.
Jemaine, going against the advice of Bret and Murray, starts to date an Australian woman he met at a club.
Bret and Jemaine are immediately enamored of a woman whose epileptic dog has gone missing. The two battle it out for her love by proving how much they care about dogs with epilepsy.
The prime minister of New Zealand comes to New York, and Murray tries to arrange a meeting for him with the president. Bret and Jemaine's latest gig has them impersonating Simon and Garfunkel. Jemaine's likeness of the latter scores him a date with a huge fan.
Murray tries to help Bret and Jemaine be a cool band by introducing them to hair gel. Impressed by their hip appearance, the prime minister asks them to play at the opening ceremonies of his newly established New Zealand Town.
Bret develops a crush on a woman and gets help from Jemaine and Dave in wooing her. Murray makes a huge mistake, but he puts the blame on Greg.
Bret and Jermaine can't afford to pay their rent and are forced to move in with Mel and Doug, and Murray believes they can make some money with a theatrical production about the band.