Romeo gets his driver's license, and the band searches for a replacement for Jodi.
A beautiful girl threatens to come between Romeo and Riley, who undergoes a drastic personality change in order to impress his crush.
Jodi arranges for the Romeo Show to perform at a fraternity party on campus, but she gets an unpleasant surprise when she learns that Romeo has hired Ashley to be the group's new singer.
There is no shortage of craziness and confusion when Romeo ends up delivering pregnant Angeline to the hospital while Percy is away on business.
Romeo feels he's being unfairly pestered by Stacy-Marie, the school know-it-all, and he ends up insulting her, which lands him in detention. But eventually, Stacy-Marie's smarts help keep Romeo out of further trouble.
Romeo discovers that Ashley has a boyfriend, a fact she has kept hidden because of her confusing feelings for Ro.
Suspicions arise when Louis breaks the school record in shot put. Although Romeo wants to believe his brother achieved this accomplishment fair and square, he uncovers evidence to the contrary.
A photographer for a local music publication persuades Riley to help him capture Romeo's most embarrassing moments on film by preying on Riley's insecurities.
Romeo juggles two dates on one night with help from Louis.
A guidance counselor suggests that Romeo put his musical aspirations on hold to pursue a career in sales, so Romeo ends up taking a part-time gig working under the tutelage of a seasoned car salesman.
Romeo becomes a golf caddy in order to get face time with a Seattle record executive.
Romeo, Louis and Gary go on an adventure-filled road trip to Los Angeles, where the boys receive news of a potentially career-making gig, but there's a catch.