Tony has decided that it's time Stanley lose his virginity... to Caddie despite Stanley's feelings for Michelle. All that's required is some spliff. While Stanley acquires the drugs, Tony and his girlfriend Michelle find a party to crash.
Tea is a beautiful, self assured, cheerleader with an openly Saphic reputation among her friends. She can pretty much have any girl she sets her eye on, so why do they all bore her? When her dad, a "made guy", arranges a date for her and it turns out to be Tony, things get even more confusing. Why is Tony the only one that can keep up with her? What's she to think when she learns that her Nana has also had her share of girlfriend problems?
When Chris wakes up to find that his mom is "gone for a few days" and there's an envelope with a $1000 on the kitchen counter, Chris starts thinking with his little head... Course it might just be the residual effects of the Viagra.
Cadie's the one in therapy but it seems that everyone else in her life should be. Her dad is completely absorbed in hunting and macabre taxidermy while her mother strives to recapture her pageant queen glory days via reality TV. Stanley is reputed to be her boyfriend but he's so hung up on Michelle that he seldom notices her. The rest of her so-called friends just tolerate her for the drugs she provides. And her apathetic therapists ask her why she's not happy...
Stanley steals his dad's pride & joy to get to school and avoid failing. Tony talks him into stealing the car again to attend the choir recital that night. Tony passionately kisses his co-star during the choir recital and then "gifts" Michelle to him. Stan gets a kiss that he's been dreaming of, but another call from Tony and a short cut leads to a police chase and a court date.
Abbud hopes that the gang's field trip to a Canadian wilderness camp can get him some alone time with Tea. Chris lusts after his favorite teacher, but has some competition. Meanwhile the rest of the gang waits for Stanley to "pass the weed."
Daisy wants to be a musician like her dad & mom. Daisy's ex-musician dad wants to suffer in silence and wants Daisy to give up dreams of being a professional musician. Daisy's friends want her to be the peacemaker. Daisy is always the one that fixes everything, including the problems a rebellious lil sis causes. With an opportunity for an important audition coming up, will she be able to this time?
Tina's reached her 23rd birthday and she's concerned about growing up. She's worried that other might find out that she's sleeping with a student and she begins to question just how mature her other behavior is.