Three years have passed and things are a little different now. The Shop At Home Channel was bulldozed, Gayl and JD harvest pouch mucus at their kangaroo farm, Rootopia, while Renee showcases products with her nine babies on the all-new shopping channel, The Feelin' It Network. Rev. Dave hocks religious survival kits with his new on-air partner and "friend", Kitty.
Gayl and JD discover that the Mexican border wall construction is driving up sand prices, so JD cooks up a plan to dredge for sand in nearby lakes to sell to the Americans. Renee and Dijon start a new venture, and a sinister force closes in on Rootopia.
As JD packs his things to head back to The Middle East, Gayl struggles with the idea of shutting down Rootopia, and his life without JD. As they say their goodbyes, environmental activists ambush Rootopia and they're playing for keeps.
Penniless and on the run in America, Gayl and JD resort to desperate money-making schemes. Renee and Dijon's relationship is strained by the pressure of feeding nine children and starring in a grueling reality show.
Gayl and JD sell a brand new product at a trade show, but it doesn't go well. Gayl throws in the towel on the women's beauty game, but when he receives new information about his father, he finds a new meaning in life.
Gayl and Rev. Dave trek deep into the Catskills to track down Gayl's father. On the arduous journey, Gayl succumbs to hallucinations and has a moment of self discovery. Renee and Dijon's marriage reaches the breaking point.