Marlon wants more exposure on his sitcom Everybody Loves Everybody, so manager Shawn gets Marlon a big romantic scene: with a guy.
Pops runs for city council against an unscrupulous politician, Councilman Ted McKay played by "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.'' veteran Ronnie Schell.
Shawn falls for the daughter of Pops rival, Rick.
Shawn starts his own escorting service and when Pops goes sees one of the clients, it turns out to be an old flame.
Shawn and Dee have a fun time at a Missy Elliot concert and find themselves in bed together the next night. Meanwhile, Pops and Marlon try to win $5000 by sending in a tape to America's Video Bloopers.
Marlon's involvement with an actor leads him into smoking weed. Shawn tries help him stop especially since Marlon has a big audition coming up.
Marlon goes to see one of his fans, but she turns out to be an obsessed fanatic who kidnaps him.
Marlon signs up for what he thinks is a acting class but turns out to be a cult.
Cousin Sheila invites Marlon, Shawn and Pops to spend Christmas at her farm, but the guys are shocked to discover that Franklin left here and she may lose her farm if she can't pay her mortgage.
Shawn marries an immigrant so she can be granted citzenship and must live together for six months. But Shawn soon regrets it after her family members come to live there.
Shawn doesn't like the way Marlon is treating is little brother, so Shawn gets one himself, but his little brother turns out to be a former criminal.
The brothers teasing about Dee's job gets her suspended and the boys try to get her job back.
Shawn tries to impress the building's owner with a bunch ideas for the lobby but Pops diner has to get evicted first before anything can happen.
The boys throw Pops a suprise 50th birthday but the celebration only reminds him on how old he is getting.
Marlon returns to Everybody loves Everybody, but everybody seems to like Shawn after saying one line.
Shawn blames his family for not being successful after meeting a successful old pal.
Shawn and Marlon sell Pops' boxing memorabilia, but when their dad's feelings are hurt, they try to retrieve the goods from the new owner, Roy Jones Jr.