Drew gets invited to a fox hunt, but his husband Oswald doesn't believe in the it. If Drew goes on the hunt it may really help his career, but it may really hurt his relationship with his husband. Can he find a way to make everyone happy?
Kellie resists Drew's proposed commitment to her. He enlists the help of her parents who bicker constantly and bitterly. When they learn he got Kellie pregnant, they are not too delighted with the idea of him as her husband.
Drew's dad has died and Drew makes the funeral arrangements and buys his coffin off the internet. But what is delivered is a coffin themed on the band Kiss instead of the Marines as ordered. Kellie tells Drew he's not ready for fatherhood.
To support Kellie during the pregnancy, Drew promises to not drink. But the 3 guys go partying and Oswald loses a toe in an escalator ride and uses the settlement to buy a portion of Warsaw. Mimi arranges deliveries from the package man.
Riding the bus, Drew witnesses Tony doze off and knock over parking meters. Conflicted, Drew arranges him to get a job at the store. Tony gets wind Drew reported him sleeping and retaliates by stealing his idea of an online senior pharmacy.
Mimi warns Drew of having no sex with Kellie after she gifts birth. At baby care class, Drew starts to become turned off by the thought of the presence of the baby. Kellie feels unattractive because of the new hot waitress at the Warsaw.
Mimi and a gay couple have been swapping babysitting and she gets Drew to play father figure for Gus when the couple comes for dinner. Drew plays in a role in their breakup which stops the swap so Mimi pushes him to get them to reconcile.
Mimi's stay over hookup, Tyler, shows signs he's there to stay, telling Mimi he's painting art but just loafing. Drew tries bribing him to leave and then connects with a hired enforcer who Lewis knows. Drew only asks for him to scare Tyler.
For Gus' birthday, Drew buys him a wood burning kit which is blamed when Mimi's house burns. When Drew discovers they are now living in the Neverending Store warehouse, he convinces Mimi to move into his home. Naturally things get tricky.
As tension builds as Mimi and Drew irritate each other sharing the house, an insurance rep (Wayne Knight) is reviewing Mimi's claim on her burnt house. When their stories don't mesh, the rep plans to interview Gus so they coach him to lie.
Lewis is depressed due to breaking up with his girlfriend so Drew and Oswald take him to a strip club where he suffers a breast related injury. Drew gets caught lying to his girlfriend about the club when Lewis sues the dancer.
Drew receives a letter from Steve with a check to help since Mimi lives with him. He wants back with Mimi but she is dating Larry so Drew arranges a meeting. Then a one-night stand Steve had in his world travel arrives and Steve tells Mimi.
Drew is fired from Neverending Store and has a plan to re-open Winfred-Lauder but needs a backer. He contacts former boss Nigel Wick whose father-in-law owns the Christian TV network and real estate. They make a deal but what will it cost?
Drew wants to marry before baby is born. Kellie accepts but after an engagement party goes into labor on way to city hall for the ceremony. At the hospital Drew recruits a priest giving last rites. Then a great thank you to the show's fans.