Parker's at the age when he deals with the responsibility of purchasing his first car. Against his dad's wishes for a safe and reliable Volvo, Parker decides on a convertible sports car instead. Parker's dad feels as if he's losing his son as he grows older and more independent, and this decision weighs heavily on both of them.
The constant search Grace Musso has been on to find her significant other might have come to an end. Parker's Uncle Bill is single and has come across Ms. Musso and has found love. Though finding Ms. Musso love with Bill entails special treatment from Musso the threat of Grace becoming their aunt is a hard pill to swallow. Parker and Shelley need to decide whether they should intervene and break the two up or ride the wave of fringe benefits.
Mikey's about to flunk Creative Writing, so his friends pitch in with story ideas for his assignment including plot outlines from season 1 and 2 episodes of this show, a Beverly Hills 90210 parody and a tribute to Stephen J. Cannell.
Parker and Mikey want to help Jerry become a man, so they take him to a strip club. The two are taken away in a police raid and Jerry is left there alone. Grace is afraid of spiders and asks Kohler for help.
Jerry was always at the top of his class receiving A+ on each and every test, so he gets to skip a year and join a senior class. However, he then gets a B+ and has a nervous breakdown. Meanwhile, Grace dreams about the Scarlet Letter.
Kube and Kohler's friendship becomes rocky, when a movie night goes wrong and Kohler realizes that Kube is having trouble with his own peers because of him. Meanwhile, Jerry tries to teach Grace how to use a computer.
A bottle episode and clip show. The Atlas Diner is closing down, so all of the show's regulars are there to mark this end of an era. Each of them play their favorite (stock) tune on the diner's jukebox and reminisce.