A group of misfits from high school who work together at a Charlestown, Mass. barbershop called Buzzy's. Their dreams may lie across the Charles River in Boston, but for now, their work, their lives and their loves - not to mention their sense of humor - remain in Charlestown.
After a video of Charmaine insulting customers goes viral, Ben fires her. But when the video starts drumming up business, Ben has to get her back. Mo feels guilty after A.J. breaks his pitching arm.
Ben is embarrassed after a one-night stand with Rita Doyle, considering her to be a "go- below." He's offended to find out that Rita is the one who thinks he is below her stature. Meanwhile, Danni is suspicious that a Spanish class that A.J. and Charmaine are taking together might be something more.
When the guys learn that Buzzy is gambling with the money he'd set aside for his mother's medication, A.J. and Mo decide to lose a poker game to him on purpose, but it isn't as easy to convince Ben to do the right thing. Danni, Charmaine and Joy make up the Doyle Sisters for a wedding and discuss what makes for a strong marriage, which causes Joy questions her relationship with Bart.
The girls are upset that Ben won't pay for the barbershop to have wi-fi, so they go to great lengths to get the wi-fi password from the tattoo parlor next door. Mo spills the beans to the gang that Ben is being peed on in the shower at the gym by somebody he considers a friend, and A.J. decides to do something about it.
Danni advises A.J. to give up on his dream of being a ball player, while A.J. inspires Danni to pursue her passion as a singer. Meanwhile, Joy's involvement in an AIDS Walk brings up the issue of charity, and just how cheap Ben can be.
When barber/aspiring professional baseball player A.J. Salerno gets a phone call from a sports agent wanting to meet with him, he tells his co-worker Danni that this is the big break he's been waiting for, and his barber days will soon be behind him. Meanwhile, the owner of the barbershop, Ben, is determined to fire one of his employees -- Buzzy, Mo, Joy, or Charmaine -- to avoid paying an insurance premium increase.Watch Now:Amazon