A book-signing and after-show for Dante's production take place at Linc's.
One of Dante's artists wants to cancel his contract.
Linc is in a paragliding accident.
CeCe prepares to shoot her video; Courtney fears she may be pregnant.
A producer bases a show on the tavern and its customers.
Bar patrons are held hostage.
Unemployed actors march; Eleanor attempts to rekindle an old flame.
Eleanor is jealous of Linc's new girlfriend.
Cece and her mother appear on Dennis Rodman's trashy talk show.
CeCe wins a radio contest.
Linc and Rosalee date the same woman.
Linc and Eleanor attempt to extricate CeCe from a cult.
The girls start a book club.
Dante and Eleanor bid on the same building.
Harlan receives some shocking news.
Dante is an escort for Rosalee's military ball.
Eleanor's dog dies, and her ex-husband Daniel turns up.
Dante thinks Linc should have a slam poetry night at the bar to attract new customers.
Eleanor drags Linc to couples therapy.
CeCe takes on a second job to impress a man.
Eleanor is accused of having an affair.
Eleanor's old flame wants her back.
Linc's lesbian daughter wants to testify before a Senate committee.
Eleanor's old friend shows an interest in Linc.
Eleanor opposes the construction of a store.
Immigration authorities threaten to deport Winston.
Linc may not be able to consummate the relationship with Eleanor.
Linc's Republicanism clashes with an old friend's activism.
Linc's Republicanism clashes with an old friend's radicalism.
CeCe mysteriously breaks up with her successful lover.
Linc needs to decide which dishwasher to fire.
The patrons of Linc's bar come to bereaved Johnnie Goode's aid.
CeCe and Harlan are seen together in a car, prompting different interpretations.
The school voucher issue divides Linc and Eleanor.
Eleanor's big night is upset by the police and personal problems.
Linc's daughter Rosalee has a secret; Eleanor faces a difficult choice.