Marty is back on top and navigating the hazards of co-parenting with Jeannie, along with each other's new relationships. Meanwhile, Clyde and Doug maneuver for position; and a familiar face from the past approaches Marty with an intriguing offer.
With Jeannie back at K&A, Marty and the Pod consult for a new company trying an unconventional management style. Doug wonders if there is a possibility of K&A's newest client and Clyde has an ill-timed breakup.
While competing with Monica for business, Marty learns she's been offered a lucrative deal. Jeannie romances a client with a questionable past. Clyde is tapped for a new venture and Doug obsesses over the chance to give a TED Talk.
Marty reluctantly reunites with a couple of his most objectionable past clients in an attempt to possibly expand the business of a major cruise line; Clyde gets in the way of Doug fulfilling his high-seas fantasy; Jeannie gets emotional over her baby.
Marty and the Pod attempt to get a boy band to re-sign with their record label; Jeannie gets fed up being a politician's girlfriend; Doug deals with his post-Ted Talk "fame" and the repercussions it has on his relationship.