Accusations of racism are leveled at the band, so they open an urban youth center to improve their image. Elsewhere, Toki starts a club but excludes Murderface.
Dazzle starts dating a mob boss' socialite daughter; Rad gets pressured from his Canadian grifter parents into getting sham-married to his own sister.
Toki writes a tell-all book about Skwisgaar and becomes lead guitarist for the band, but the pressure may be more than he can handle. Elsewhere, Nathan buys a defibrillator as a toy.
The guys spend time on a sub without women, and the conditions quickly deteriorate, prompting Pickles and Nathan to compete for the affections of their producer.
A dangerous crime lord is terrorizing Moonbeam City, but handsome idiot detective Dazzle Novak is more concerned with getting his "#1 Cop" mug back from his rival, Rad Cunningham, than with cracking the case.
When Dazzle is approached by true-crime show "Crimezappers" about reenacting one of his arrests, he insists on directing the episode, but the hyper-expensive shoot quickly spirals out of control.
When Goodman's legs get cut off and stolen, his search for the leg thief lands him in the first grade, where he is mistaken for a child.
When Sheriff and Deputy Goodman get stuck in their cruiser, Sheriff tries to use their time to get to know each other better.
When Goodman buries his family TV, it rises from the grave, demanding to be entertained.
Sheriff tries to cheer up Carl by finding him a bald cure. Meanwhile, Tommy feels responsible for jeopardizing an astronaut's life.
When Sheriff confesses to his secret encounters with “Sunday Man,” a man made of ice-cream, Sheriff finds that the truth is hard to swallow.
When Sheriff learns that he was once a bully to a long lost schoolmate, he sets out to right his wrong.