Lee tries to leave the past behind by throwing a big garage sale; Jen and Josh contend an empty nest; Pumps deals with having to move out of Nichols Hills.
Jen and Josh take their boys to stay with Jen's parents in Texas and return to an empty nest; Pumps calls on her mother when she needs a break from the children.
Jen throws an elaborate first birthday party for her spoiled service dog, Tubby, to get back at Pumps; Pumps and Kay get duped into showing up at the party in costume.
Lee seeks revenge on her neighbors for cutting down her tree and makes sure they'll never forget it; Jen and Roman devise a plan to punk Pumps with an elaborate birthday party for Tubbers.
Pumps confesses to being a helicopter parent, but her "sippy cup runneth over," so Jen and Lee try their best to set her straight; Josh rebels against his to-do list, and Jen is forced to rent-a-husband.
The group takes a road trip to Grand Lake for a weekend getaway; Pumps gets mad when Lee and Jen make her the target of their pranks; Josh irritates everyone with his sexual banter.
Lee goes on a blind date for the first time in 17 years, and Jen and Pumps don't make it easy for her; contemplating his future, Josh is determined to to make the most of his summer with the boys.
Jen and Lee try to get the old Angie "Pumps" back; Josh and Jen experience a role reversal as they navigate their post-married life.
Jen and Lee try to get the old Angie "Pumps" back; Josh and Jen experience a role reversal; Lee goes on a blind date for the first time in 17 years; Josh is determined to to make the most of his summer with the boys.