Will's grandfather fought in WWII. Will's father fought in Vietnam. Will plays Call of Duty on his PS3 and drinks non-dairy hazelnut creamer. So what happened to all the real men? They're still here-they just smell like pomegranate body wash now. Will's evolved, sensitive nature is why his awesome wife, Theresa, married him. But Will and his friends find themselves wondering, in a world of Axe ads and manscaping, what does it mean to be a guy anymore?
Kenny gets jealous when Will and Grant strike up an unlikely "bromance." Things go from bad to worse when he finds out Grant is coming to the weekly Keen Sunday dinner. In an attempt to strike some common ground, the guys try a "Star Wars" screening, a film Kenny is obsessed with, but Grant has never seen.
When roommates Kenny and Craig clash, Will suggests they try doing a project together, but that simple suggestion turns into the pair trying to dig their own swimming pool. Meanwhile Theresa, trying to promote some togetherness with Will, wants him to take an improv class with her, something he's been avoiding because of overwhelming stress at work that he's been keeping from her. And Brenda is beginning to feel like she has a little too much togetherness with Grant.
When Kenny admits he hasn't had a date since his divorce from Brenda -- and that Brenda is the only woman he has ever slept with -- the guys, including Grant, take him clubbing to jump start his love life. But things don't go as planned, especially when a friend of Theresa's sees Will and thinks he's stepping out on his wife.
As a rite of passage, Will decides to buy his son, Nathan, a cell phone, which in turn gives Brenda the idea to also purchase one for Grant to upgrade his old brick phone. Kenny is nervous about meeting his new girlfriend Jane's parents, and as expected, when he finds out her parents are lesbians and also therapists, the situation goes from bad to worse. Her parents also own a coffee shop and end up giving Craig a music gig there, only to see the nice gesture backfire when he gets the wrong idea about the coffeehouse manager. Meanwhile, Theresa installs a tracking ...
After they find out that Nathan's allergic, the whole family goes on a gluten free diet, which leads to a weird competition between Will and Theresa to see who can keep the diet up longer, and for Brenda, who's trying to convince health-conscious Grant she can live without it. Problem is, they're all cheating. Meanwhile, it's all fast food, all the time for Craig and Kenny as they romance two ladies who work at Big Burger
Will hopes that adopting a baby chick for little Lucy will be a "teachable moment" about where food comes from, but things get out of hand when all of the guys decide they want to adopt chicks too; Craig dates an attractive doctor, but finds himself intimidated by her bully of a son.
Will installs a new home security system, but instead of making everyone feel safer, the system keeps tripping and wreaks havoc in all their lives. Meanwhile Craig reconnects with Lisa, the girl whose wedding he broke up; and Grant convinces Kenny to play a "trust the universe" game with him with his new GPS, letting the GPS randomly select their destination... Kenny is convinced it will eventually lead to disaster, but instead he and Grant end up on a series of wild adventures, which eventually finds Kenny meeting his "Star Wars" hero, Billy Dee Williams.