Trent is planning a strategy for hitting on a girl he likes. Bill freaks out when Paul explains to him how Susan got Bill to think he was the decision-maker. He decides it's time for payback. A naked neighbor in a hot-tub is also a problem.
Susan admits to Bill that she told her friends that he has a difficult time getting over things which prompts an argument between them about the quirks each them have that drive each other nuts. Lauren tries to convince Bryan when the males in their family are around his age they begin to lose their intellectual prowess.
Bill's ne'er-do-well brother comes for a visit, which usually means he's in need of money. But now he has a "sure-fire business investment" in mind. Bryan then finds a way to exploit Lauren and Trent. Where will the plans end up?
When the now rich Danny buys the Pearsons a $1,000 coffee maker, Bill gets upset because he feels life is unfair to him. Paul has made a sculpture of himself, but is disappointed when it doesn't impress people at an auction.