In the series opener we meet Nancy Botwin, a recently widowed suburban soccer mom who's dealing pot to make ends meet; Nancy flips out when she discovers Josh, one of her competitors, is dealing to 10 year-olds at her youngest son's school, but she soon discovers a bigger skeleton in Josh's closet; Nancy is stunned when Quinn, her rival Celia's 15 year old daughter, asks her permission to have sex with her 15 year old son, Silas; Celia thinks her Nanny-Cam is the perfect solution to keep the kids celibate, but she ends up seeing much more than she bargained for.
Nancy is having serious money problems, so Doug, her accountant and best customer, suggests she set up a "front business"; meanwhile Nancy has to give Heylia her SUV and her wedding ring as collateral for more supply; Celia sends Quinn away to boarding school because of what she captured on the nanny-cam, making Silas miserable; Shane watches an old video of his Dad from his 10th birthday; Celia pays Dean back for humiliating her, then she confronts Helen, the tennis pro.
Nancy discovers that a government-sanctioned, boutique "cannabis club" is seriously cutting into her distribution, so she totally upgrades her product from Heylia and gets innovative to compete; Celia discovers that Isabelle has a secret chocolate stash, so she sabotages it, with humiliating results for her 11 year old; Isabelle discovers the reason for her accident at school, so she finds a way to even the score with her mother; Silas is fascinated with Megan, the deaf girl who is rumored to give good oral, but she resists his advances; a mountain lion has the entire community of Agrestic on edge, prompting Shane to take bold action.
Judah's brother Andy shows up, turning Nancy's household and her "business" upside down; Shane gets busted for selling Uncle Andy's sacrilegious T-shirts at his school; Silas and Megan contemplate the next level of their relationship; Andy finds out about Nancy's pot business, and offers to help; a wayward airplane drops a load of cargo onto the Hodes' house, but Celia drops a bigger bombshell of her own.
Celia's cancer diagnosis has totally changed her priorities, so that now her friends think she's weird; Nancy is totally shaken after surviving a drive-by shooting at Heylia's; Andy wants in on Nancy's business, but brain cell 1 and brain cell 2 can't seem to keep him out of trouble; Silas dumps Megan, then instantly regrets it; Shane gets sent to the school counselor for writing a violent gangsta rap about Devon Winsler.
Nancy closes the deal on the location for her cover business; Nancy, Celia, and Conrad go out to a club, where Celia gets stricken with Jungle Fever; Shane's "terrorist video" causes Nancy some concern; Megan drops by to give Silas a very personal message; Andy has to go to NA because of his arrest, where he meets Sharon, whom he talks into becoming his sponsor; acting on a tip from Doug's housekeeper, Serena, Lupita searches for, then stumbles upon Nancy's stash; being without Judah begins to take its toll on Nancy.
While visiting a college campus looking for a tutor for Silas, Nancy spots a golden opportunity to expand her business; while Celia is recovering from her mastectomy, her judgmental mother shows up; Shane has a new friend named Max, and Andy discovers that Max's mom is a biter; Heylia gives Nancy some tips on how to stay out of jail; someone attacks Nancy's SUV with pennies while she is on campus.
The unveiling of Judah's headstone brings out the worst in everyone; Shane bites his opponent's foot in a Karate tournament match, but the boy's dad and Nancy still manage to hit it off; while the family is away at the tournament, Andy and Doug shoot up the house trying to catch a rat; Celia and Dean take advantage of a day by themselves to hash out their marital issues; Nancy finally finds out who's been threatening her with pennies, but their dramatic confrontation takes an unexpected twist.
Nancy gets jacked by a crooked security guard on campus; Alejandro, who after their encounter is totally smitten with Nancy, insists she needs his protection; Maggie tries to replace Celia as head of the PTA; Shane's behavior at school and at home gets worse, prompting his mother to consider medication, and his brother to use a more violent approach; Silas is getting closer to Megan's family, leaving Nancy feeling left out.
The episode title aptly describes the first season finale, as Nancy, Conrad, Alejandro, Doug, Dean, Sanjay, and Andy decide to corner the market on the weed business; Nancy finds out who helped her out with the security guard; Nancy also discovers that Silas knows exactly what she's been up to; Celia freaks out when she catches Isabelle and her new playmate kissing; Heylia's daughter, Vaneeta, finally has her baby; Nancy finally responds to Peter's invitation, but when she finds out what he does for a living, she wishes she hadn't.
The second season opens where the first season left off...Nancy Botwin, the suburban soccer mom who also happens to be the Queen of Weed in her community, has just discovered that the new man in her bed is a bona fide DEA agent, complete with gun and badge! When Conrad hears the news, he threatens to pull the plug on their deal and their friendship; In order to get into the growing business, Nancy must sell the bake shop, but a sale won't net enough cash; Silas' disrespect is getting on Nancy's nerves; Andy attempts to get into rabbinical school to avoid getting sent to Iraq; Celia, who is pissed off at Doug, decides to run for his seat on the city council; Sanjay finds a way to help Nancy with her bake-shop problem.
Nancy tries to make her business plan work without Conrad; Conrad tries to find investors for his own plan, but there are no takers; Silas wants to follow Megan to Princeton; Nancy breaks things off with Peter; at a grower's convention, Andy finds the inspiration he needs for a rabbinical school essay; Celia's family boycotts her campaign photo op; Nancy finds out the real reason why Peter won't take 'No' for an answer.
Nancy literally loses her lunch when she realizes that Peter knows she is a drug dealer, but Peter assures her that he's OK with it; Shane has clogged up the plumbing in the house with his tube socks, so Andy has a talk with him about how to better dispose of his "man juice"; speaking of man juice, 1 condom + 1 safety pin = Silas' plan to keep Megan from going away to Princeton; Celia enrolls Isabelle in Boot Camp to get her ready for Fat Camp this summer, but when asked to participate, Celia pulls a muscle she hasn't used in quite a while; later, Celia finally talks Nancy into helping her with her campaign; Peter does something with Nancy in Las Vegas that proves beyond a doubt that she can trust him with her secrets.
Nancy and the gang go full speed ahead with their growing business; Dean loses his job at his law firm; Celia is mortified when Isabelle is approached to do modeling for a plus-sized-kids' clothing line; Uncle Andy takes Shane to a massage parlor; Armenian growers give Nancy a not-so-welcome to the neighborhood; Nancy's jaw drops when she hears Silas' and Megan's news.
Nancy asks an ambivalent Peter to help her with the Armenian neighbors; much to Celia's chagrin, Isabelle is a hit with the Huskaroo Clothing folks; Celia and Nancy get into a tiff over their one-sided friendship; Andy gets called onto the carpet over Shane's massage parlor visit; Megan and her family make a decision that devastates Silas; a late-night raid in the neighborhood sends Sanjay and Andy into a panic.
Nancy buys Silas a car to help take his mind off Megan; Isabelle cuts Celia out of her management camp; Andy finally gets Yael into bed, but definitely not the way he intended; Shane likes a girl in his debate club, but doesn't know how to show it; Vaneeta is not happy with Heylia's relationship with Joseph; Conrad is not happy with Nancy's relationship with Peter, forcing Nancy to make a risky move.
Nancy rides Silas about getting a job, but she does not like the profession he chooses; an accident with a stray pit bull means that Andy doesn't need to stay in Rabinnical school to avoid being sent to Iraq; a clerical error by Dean causes Doug to lose the election to Celia; Shane wants to quit the debate team to avoid talking to Gretchen; Councilwoman Hodes wants to make Agrestic a Drug Free Zone.
The growing business is very good for Nancy and the Gang, as all of Agrestic seems to want the new "MILF Weed"; Heylia finds out that Conrad is responsible for the new flavor on the street, and she reluctantly becomes a customer; when Celia closes a dog park in her attempt to make Agrestic drug free, she makes more enemies than friends; a visit by Celia to Shane's and Isabelle's school gives Shane a chance to impress Gretchen, but at Celia's expense; Nancy is torn when Peter reveals to her that a friend is about to get squeezed.
Nancy spoils Peter's bust by warning Heylia, which does not go over well with Peter; Nancy and her family plan a birthday party for Judah; a bored Doug starts helping Celia get the hang of city politics, but things between them get even more interesting; Shane and Gretchen are officially an item; the family party is spoiled when everyone finds out that Nancy is married to a DEA Agent.
Despite helping Heylia avoid being jailed by the DEA, Heylia still makes Nancy and Conrad pay a price for shutting down her business; Nancy and Conrad decide it might be best to cut and run; Celia and Doug's affair threatens to consume both of their marriages; the arrival in town of an old flame from Alaska further complicates Andy's already screwed-up life; Nancy invites Peter over for dinner with her family, but by the end of the evening everyone's true feelings are revealed.
Nancy and Peter's relationship falls apart, and he demands that she and Conrad liquidate and pay him; Nancy and Conrad, however, make different plans of their own; Celia's Drug Free Agrestic initiative fails when all of her signs and cameras are stolen; Celia tells Dean about her affair with Doug, but she ends up out in the cold when Doug doesn't hold up his end of the deal; Nancy tries to communicate with Silas with an ax to his bedroom door, revealing lots of signs and cameras, but no Silas.
"Pittsburgh" is no doubt where Nancy wishes she was by the end of this the second season finale. It was supposed to be a simple transaction: Nancy and Conrad sell all of their MILF Weed supply to U-turn, hand the money over to Peter, then walk away; but thanks to her oldest son, Silas, an unanticipated double-cross, and a surprise visit from the Armenians, let's just say things are NOT going according to plan. Elsewhere, Shane delivers the most profane elementary school commencement address ever; Doug and Dean get into a smack-down at the graduation party over Celia; speaking of Celia, with her life falling apart, she devotes her energy to finding out who stole her cameras and signs; Kat can't talk Andy into running away with her to Paraguay, so she takes Shane with her instead(!); Silas leaves a big surprise for Nancy in her safe; but he's the one who's surprised when Celia finally catches up with him.
Part One of the 3rd Season Opener picks up where season 2 left off: Nancy is staring down the barrel of five guns as she desperately tries to find her drugs to salvage her deal-gone-wrong and/or survive. Silas' run-in with Celia and the police causes his car, with its precious cargo, to fall into the wrong hands; U-turn buys Nancy's debt from the Armenians, meaning she has to deal with him now; Kat abandons Shane at a diner, but at least she leaves him the van; Celia does something for Nancy's own good that may kill her - literally.
In part 2 of the third season opener, Nancy's plan to salvage her pot from the pool fails, so she turns to the only person who can help her; Nancy and Heylia have it out over the Armenians' involvement in her deal; a surprise visit to her old house shows Celia how little she is missed; Andy continues his desperate search for Shane; Heylia bails out Conrad, but leaves Nancy still on the hook with U-turn.
Nancy has a family meeting where everyone tries to figure out how to come up with the money she owes U-Turn. At the bank Celia learns that Isabel is her greatest asset, a cash cow, and that she needs to improve her mother-daughter relationship. Andy learns that having lost two toes is not enough to get him a release from military service. Nancy goes to Doug and tells him to sell all her remaining stocks and bonds, but he tells that everything was sold when Nancy needed money for opening the bakery. She's broke. Uh-oh.
Nancy explores other ways of making a living, including getting a real job, while Silas performs his community service, Celia's dismayed to realize that Sullivan will need Doug's city council vote, and Andy has trouble with his military duties.
U-turn continues to drag Nancy deeper into his world; Sullivan courts Doug and Celia for support of his plans; Andy goes to strange lengths to hide from the military; Nancy puts Shane in a summer school program in Majestic; Nancy reluctantly lets Silas sell for her, but he does well; Conrad and Heylia seem to have their own mysterious plan for getting rid of U-turn.
U-turn is determined to groom Nancy as his lieutenant, while kicking Marvin to the curb; Doug's jealousy is in full bloom as Sullivan courts Celia; Sullivan asks Nancy to throw a party for Agrestic's movers & shakers, leaving her to figure out what to do with U-turn's trunk; while doing community service at a senior center, Silas meets Tara, who has a very interesting way of getting close to Jesus; an exercise run into the hills reveals a vulnerability in U-turn, and Marvin takes advantage of it.
While secretly attending Peter's funeral, Nancy becomes very interested in Peter's ex-wife; Andy uses his foot injury as a way into the fetish porn world; Celia is still self-conscious after her reconstructive surgery; Shane and Isabel bond; the two Mrs. Scottsons finally meet face-to-face.
After a rocky start, Nancy befriends Valerie; while riding his bike, Dean is forced off the road and ends up in the hospital; because of Dean's accident, Celia has to cool things off with Sullivan; Doug declares war on Sullivan over his canceled golf membership; Silas talks Nancy into letting Tara sell for her; Nancy talks Conrad into taking Silas under his wing; the day comes to celebrate the merger of Agrestic and Majestic, but Doug's vengeful act gives him his own reason to celebrate.
Nancy gets a surprise call from the DEA - to give her Peter's pension and insurance money; Nancy is torn between giving the money to Valerie or bailing Doug out of the mess he has made through his creative accounting; Dean is enjoying making Celia's life miserable as she is forced to take care of him; Conrad continues to teach Silas the growing business; Nancy's friendship with Valerie hits the skids when Valerie finds out about the insurance money; an unannounced visit to Sullivan's office by Celia reveals something shocking to her about his relationship with Nancy.
Valerie hires a private detective to spy on Nancy; after seeing Nancy and Sullivan together, Celia is determined to find out about "Aguatecture"; Doug and his fellow Agrestic council members lose their jobs; Silas finds out Tara is seeing other guys; Shane installs a surveillance system, just in time to catch a spy at work; Nancy finds out that Celia knows way too much about her business.
Knowing what she knows and facing a mountain of bills, Celia wants "in" on Nancy's business; a fire marshal inspection causes a small panic at the grow house as Conrad decides to move it; Andy has a thing for a biker chick, but the chick's brother has a deal to offer Nancy; at a vulnerable moment, Conrad and Nancy connect at a new level.
Doug tries to hide the stolen Majestic Church cross at Nancy's house; Nancy tries to do business with Andy's biker friends; after getting her revenge on Sullivan, Celia officially crosses over to the dark side; Silas and Tara reconcile, but later he gets beaten up; Shane adopts a troubling way of coping with his fears.
After Silas' run-in with the Bikers, Nancy seeks protection from the Mexicans, but at a steep price; Celia seeks help from Doug to launder her money; Shane continues to see his Dad, although he's dead; while doing aerial thermal scans, the DEA makes a potentially disastrous discovery for the gang; Guillermo's idea of protection may spell disaster for the whole town.
Season 3 ends with the entire town of Majestic, including Agrestic, facing destruction from a wildfire set by Guillermo and his Mexican friends; Tara and her fanatical friends try to rescue the cross from the makeshift grow house; When the police find out what's been growing there, all fingers point to Celia; Nancy decides it might be the best time to leave Majestic, and she takes steps to make sure it's for good.
"Change" is the name of the game for everyone in the 4th Season Opener as the Botwin family, homeless since their beloved town of Majestic has burned down, hits the road in search of a new place to call home and of course, grow Weed. Their leaving is right on time, as relentless DEA Capt. Roy Till continues to hunt for whomever is responsible for the temporary grow house, now abandoned by Conrad and Heylia. With all the real players gone, everyone fingers Celia as the culprit, but she points to Nancy; the family heads to Ren Mar, where Andy's grandmother lives, but no one is happy to learn Andy's father is in charge; Guillermo offers Nancy a new opportunity in a much riskier end of the drug business.
Celia tries to adjust to life on the inside; Nancy runs into trouble making her first border run; Silas finds a new place to start growing; Roy Till begins to believe Celia's story; an argument between Andy and Lenny reveals more family history, while Bubbie finds a way to make a revelation of her own.
Nancy learns to traffic across the border, Bubbie wants to die, Shane talks to Grampa Lennie about it, Andy DOESN'T talk to his dad about it, Celia makes a deal to try to sell Nancy out, Doug gets confronted by the new City Council and there's an unplugging party.
Nancy, needing more cash, wants to get back into the selling game; Andy and Doug are determined to become "kinder and gentler" Coyotes; Lisa gives in to her attraction to Silas; Shane and Isabel stumble across some racy pictures that Judah took of Nancy when they were dating; Celia goes south of the border to buy her prescription drugs; Nancy gets very special treatment from Esteban after surprising him with a visit.
An impromptu lunch date for Nancy and Esteban ends in a hail of gunfire; Celia seems to have developed a dependency on Xanax; Silas tells Lisa what he grows, and Lisa offers him use of her shop as a cover; acting on advice from Cesar, Shane carries out a preemptive strike at his new school; Doug and Andy's Coyote business attracts some unwanted attention; as their dream date continues, Nancy learns more about Esteban's appetites and desires.
Nancy and Esteban have scheduling problems. Celia has become addicted. Nancy catches Silas and Lisa. Andy catches Shane masturbating with photos of Nancy. Cue Nancy giving the boys an uncomfortable lecture. Mexicans celebrate "El Andy".
Celia's family and friends arrange an intervention for her. Nancy gets a migraine from finding out that there is *another* use for the tunnel. Mexicans find Maria. Shane tries a threesome with Harmony and Simone. Silas pines after Lisa.
Nancy scares Harmony & Simone away. Maria wants Doug to win her heart before letting him have sex with her. It won't be easy. Celia has problems in rehab. The Tunnel keeps upsetting Nancy. Silas and Lisa's improved cheese shop is a success.
Nancy makes a risky deal with Capt. Till. Celia has a revelation. Maria comes on to Andy, even though Doug may have her deported. Nancy wants to hear Esteban say "it". Shane secretly keeps hanging with Harmony and Simone.
Esteban is unwilling to kill Nancy just on basis of Shlatter's word. Nancy denies knowing Guillermo's boss. Lisa's ex-husband catches her and Silas in the act. Celia goes to Mexico to see her estranged daughter. Doug opens Andy's eyes.
While Nancy enjoys a gift massage from Pilar, Andy proposes to Audra. Adelita turns out to be a junkie and Silas tries to help her recover from recent heroin usage problems. At a party for Esteban's renewed candidature Pilar threatens Nancy with killing her kids but ends up bumped to death on the head.
Faced with the aftermath of Shane having murdered Pilar, Nancy grabs Shane and Silas and they flee the scene. Andy is then met with the decision to split town with his family or stay and fight for Audra's affection.
After hours of aimless driving, Nancy, ignoring Shane's suggestion of hiding out in Pittsburgh, hatches a plan for the family to cross into Canada. Andy is tasked with acquiring fake IDs. Silas must decide if he's willing to live on the lam. Elsewhere, Esteban must answer to authorities regarding Pilar's murder and Nancy's whereabouts.
In an effort to make money and stay 'under the radar', Nancy, Andy, and Silas acquire scab laborer jobs at an upscale Seattle hotel. Meanwhile, Shane is left to care for baby Stevie. Back at Ren Mar, Doug finds unexpected guests.
After Shane's kidnapping, Nancy attempts to get her son back by going head-to-head with Cesar in a Skee-ball "Hall of Fame" museum. Elsewhere, Andy, Silas and baby Stevie sit at a nearby diner, formulating ideas on how to help Nancy out.
Nancy decides that her family has seen enough gunslinging for a lifetime, so to lighten things up she takes them to a Montana fair. Andy and Silas enter a butter-eating contest while Doug looks after the baby and makes friends with the carneys.
After acquiring an RV, Nancy lets Andy navigate the road and he leads them to Pioneer Town, a former western movie set now turned off-the-grid scab city. While Nancy attempts to get the lay of the land, she instructs the family to set up a mobile hash making shop inside the RV. Andy and Silas work on getting laundry machines while Doug and Shane try to obtain water.
Nancy is met with yet another roadblock when baby Stevie gets sick leaving her and Andy to scramble to find a pediatrician. Meanwhile, Silas, Shane and Doug are tasked with unloading some merchandise at a kiddie concert.
Nancy, attempting to score some big cash, returns to her hometown where she takes up residence with Warren an old acquaintance. Andy and Doug try to secure information on where to locate fake passports. Meanwhile, Silas and Shane curiously dig into Nancy's past.
Nancy, trying to get herself and her family out of the country, is continually faced with unexpected guests from her past. Andy has to get creative in order to secure passports while Doug must find his own means of obtaining one. Meanwhile, Silas deals with the possibility that Lars could be his father. Shane is left to deal with Warren who is becoming unhinged.
Nancy has a tense, one-on-one, sit-down interview with Vaughn. Andy, Shane and Warren scheme to get more cash plus the passports they'll need for the family to enter Europe. Silas continues to wrestle with the fact that Lars may be his father. Meanwhile, Doug returns to Agrestic to locate his passport.
In the season 6 finale, Nancy must free herself from the grip of Esteban in order to escape the country along with her family. At the airport, Andy attempts to calm the nerves of Shane and Warren. Meanwhile, Silas must decide whether to stay with Lars or leave with the Botwins.
After doing three years hard time, Nancy is abruptly released from Federal Prison and transferred to a halfway house in New York City. Meanwhile, Andy, Silas, Shane and Doug, who have all spent the last three years in Copenhagen, are informed by Jill Price-Gray of Nancy's release.
Nancy tries to get her life back on track in the big bad world of New York City. But when Andy and Shane show up on Nancy's doorstep unexpectedly, Nancy is thrown for a loop. Meanwhile, Silas sets out to begin a modeling career, and Doug looks up an old friend.
Nancy, struggling to mix into the ranks of the halfway house, has an unexpected bomb dropped on her by Jill. Meanwhile, Andy and Shane lock down a place to live. Silas scores a modeling gig. Down on Wall Street, Doug is offered the job of his dreams
Nancy pursues a job at the office where Doug works, while Andy has found himself in a romantic situation that just might be over his head. At the loft, Shane tries to set up house, while Silas attempts a partnership with Nancy.
With the help from her lawyer and Silas, Nancy returns to California to continue her custody battle against Jill. Meanwhile, Andy's polyamorous relationship takes a bizarre turn. Shane decides to give college a trying by enrolling in classes. Back on Wall Street, Doug must make do without Nancy around.
Nancy sells pot at the hedge fund company softball game while Doug plays on the field. Meanwhile, Andy has the grand opening of his new bike shop, while Silas begins to distribute pot out the back room. Shane is offered an internship with a local police detective.
When Nancy is visited by her ex-cell mate Zoya, things get complicated with her supplier Demetri. Meanwhile, Andy and Silas battle over the use of Andy's bike shop, while Shane gets an education he never expected.
Nancy tells Chuck (CEO) that she wore a wire and the SEC will be indicting him for fraud. Chuck wants Nancy to flee with him and gives Nancy his townhouse. Doug comes to Nancy's rescue at the SEC. Zoya starts working in the warehouse and Nancy works out a way to make her leave. Shane tells Nancy about his internship with the Police and gets caught printing the Pouncy House files. Silas tells Emma that he won't back down from running his business in New York and offers her to join team Botwin but Emma turns the house upside-down and is revealed as the boss of Pouncy House.
Nancy, Andy and Silas attempt to strike back at Emma after she deals them a bad business blow. Meanwhile, Doug has to keep his hedge fund up and running despite an unexpected set back, and Shane ends up a lot closer to the law than what he expected to be...
In an attempt to further expand her business, Nancy follows Doug and Andy to East Hamptons for the weekend. Meanwhile, Silas tries to win Emma back after having a rough business fallout, and Detective Ouellette brings Shane along on a drug bust.
Nancy and Silas face off over who controls their drug business, while Andy tries to mediate. Meanwhile, Shane goes to lengths to win back Detective Ouellette's trust, while Doug tries to keep the SEC distracted from his hedge fund's illegal activities.
Nancy plans a family dinner. Andy and Jill agree to watch over Stevie throughout the day. Meanwhile, Silas befriends a local pot grower while Shane invites Angela, his classmate, over to their family dinner. Back at the house, Doug makes enemies with the neighbor's dog.
Nancy enrolls Stevie in soccer and, after seeing how happy he is, makes a life-altering decision. Jill becomes addicted to extreme couponing while Andy skates into the arms of another woman. Later, Silas learns a hard lesson and Shane takes it to the next level with Angela.
Nancy is ready to get her life back on track, and starts anew with a job search. Jill drops a bomb on Andy and Doug. Silas must track down the location of his stolen plants. Shane uses his superior intellect to make some extra cash at the police academy.
Nancy and Silas start their new, legit and highly competitive jobs. After graduating from the police academy, Shane gets an assignment. Andy seeks employment at the local Jewish temple. Meanwhile, Doug's reckless spending comes to a complete halt.
Nancy gets promoted and takes on new responsibilities. Silas and Shane both start their new jobs. Doug recruits homeless people in an attempt to legitimize his scam charity, while Jill breaks some upsetting news to Andy.
Nancy and Silas are approached with a new job opportunity. Shane does something reckless to impress Angela. A dejected Andy offers love advice to Rabbi Dave and his students. Doug tries to keep his fake charity -- and restless homeless group -- from disbanding.
Nancy meets Rabbi Dave's friends during an awkward Shabbos dinner. Andy brings home a very special guest to meet the family. Silas prepares for his new business venture. Shane and Angela attempt to retrieve some stolen property. Meanwhile, Doug's homeless group threatens to leave him if he doesn't begin catering to their needs.