In the second-season premiere, Ben and Cam look for a way to market their CRISP attire in New York after a promising debut in Tokyo. Meanwhile, Rene's new Rasta Monsta billboard is a hit with everyone except his girlfriend; and Rachel returns from a soul-searching trip abroad, but she's still not over Ben.
Ben and Cam face a difficult choice between jumping off with an untested sales representative and wooing a more well-known one (Gina Gershon). Meanwhile, Rene comes up with a novel way for a client to pay his debt; and Rachel gets a new job.
Ben hopes a seemingly meaningless job for Nancy will lead to bigger things; Cam angles for a piece of Domingo's business for some extra cash to afford his own place; a video shoot for Rasta Monsta helps Rene get closer to Debbie; Rachel hears a tip about Ben's romantic status.
Ben learns startling news about Rachel's romantic life at an out-of-town wedding, where Kaplan frets over his best-man speech. Meanwhile, Cam pitches a CRISP photo shoot to Lulu's dad (Joe Pantoliano); and Rene is up to his old tricks to raise money for his new business.
Ben and Cam turn on the CRISP charm with buyers from a Midwestern retailer after Nancy registers her disapproval; Rene tries to convince Debbie he's turned over a new leaf; Rachel undergoes an eye-opening transformation.
Ben senses a conflict of interest when Nancy sets CRISP up with a manufacturer named Yosi. Determined to bring some spice to Biscuit, Rachel disregards her boss and pursues an edgy lead. The Feds catch up with Kapo, Lulu warns Cam against selling out and Rasta Monsta incites the ire of the East Flatbush Caribbean League.
The uncertain future of CRISP is a touchy subject for Ben and Cam; Rene tries to find out who sabotaged Rasta Monsta, and talks to Kaplan about incarceration; Rachel does her best to put a job setback behind her.
In the second-season finale, Ben wonders how to rescue CRISP and his friendship with Cam. Meanwhile, Domingo and Cam launch a PR blitz to clean up Rasta Monsta's image; Rachel seeks advice from a former mentor; and Kaplan parties one more time before going to jail.