Susan and Jason's marriage is tested. Jack and Hank are on opposing sides in a Civil War reenactment.
A widow shows up at the bar informing the gang that a regular has recently died but the group doesn't remember the dead person.
Carol manages to reconnects with a sightly man, but complications soon follow after her son Owen wants to spend time with him. Ok Cha battles it out against Roy in an eating contest.
Steve questions a man who wants to try and make up for his promiscuous past.
A widow shows up at the bar and informs the gang that one of the regulars has passed away, but the group doesn't remember the deceased person.
Steve's former rival opens a bar across the street and he is out out for revenge from a childhood wrestling match.
Open-mic night is held but after things don't go to plan Steve hopes Carol and Owen's inappropriate act will save the day.
Roy's Mom and Hank begin dating when she moves back into town. Owen and Ahmed are threatened by a girl.
Steve is reluctant to mix business and friendship as the boys decide to brew beer together. The ladies go for some time away from the bar and share secrets.
It is OK Cha's birthday but a family feud breaks out after a cousin shows up.
Steve wishes that he had taken some time off from the bar and Jack shows him how his presence has positively impacted everyone.
Steve attempts to impress a new woman and gets some assistance from Melanie. A doctor prescribes testosterone to Hank, which causes problems.
Melanie's noisy neighbor can't keep a secret, as she and Steve hope to keep their kiss to themselves.