When a cute new building super moves in, Mason comes up with a smashing plan to woo her, much to the dismay of his friends Ashleigh and Guy. But Mason's romantic prospects soon take a back seat when he learns that his life savings have mysteriously run dry and he is visited by an unwelcomed face from his past.
Guy buys a motorcycle. Mason plots to stay in his apartment even though it's going to be filled with poisonous gas for the next two days. And while Jennifer, Kate and Ashleigh come up with a plan to get Mason out, they admire Guy's new look. Oh, and Kate has a puppet.
Mason's plan to avoid work and share a sleeping bag with Jennifer goes awry when Kate finds religion, Ashleigh sports a bathrobe, Jennifer waits for poop and Guy embarks on a terrifying journey to have more kissable skin.
There's a dangerous fugitive on the loose in the area. However, with their dating lives on the line and a wedding about to start without the 5th bridesmaid, Ashleigh, Kate, Guy and Jennifer try to talk their way out of the apartment anyway.
Guy and Jennifer recruit Ashleigh to help sell lemonade in order to raise money to aid blind dogs. Meanwhile, Mason is being dogged by an issue of his own - a thieving jingle writing rival. But what Mason can't see is that his sweet plan to lick his nemesis once and for all could possibly be soured by Kate. ...And I've run out of subtle lemonade and blind dog puns.
Lou's attempt to get Mason's professional life back on track with "Career Time" gets a little stranger than usual with the addition of a Men's Group. Jennifer comes across a bizarre flyer for a one-man show and ropes Ashleigh into strange scavenger hunt for "Mason Jarred". Meanwhile, the story of how Ashleigh, Guy and Mason met may contain the clues Mason needs to conquer his agoraphobia.
This time it's not Mason who has a problem with the latent, insidious messages underlying a classic Peanuts holiday cartoon... or is it? This Thanksgiving there's more than one big turkey at Mason's place.