The gang prepares for the summer; Kale rediscovers her city and her interest in Rollins.
Kale bargains with Malachi for vacation plans.
Kale and Ross try to figure out if Rollins is gay; Ethan sells a joke.
Kale reconsiders letting Malachi work with her; Joey tells an inappropriate joke.
Kale and Rollins teach swimming.
Kale is taken into police custody after her birthday party.
Kale and Ethan learn their father has a secret; Mary-E and Dalal's parents hit it off.
Kale asks for love advice; the party of the year is held.
Kale warns Bill's girlfriend about her past with him; Ethan holds his first comedy workshop.
Kale enjoys her first protest with Malachi; Mary-E heads up a "niceness day" at school.
Kale brings pornography to school; Mary-E and Datal get caught kissing.
A hand-me-down car is used to avoid an annoying ex-boyfriend; Kale's dad scrambles to get his wife a gift for their wedding anniversary.
Kale struggles with the death of a friend; Ross comes face to face with his longtime crush.
Ethan (Michael George) helps Kale (Cara Pifko) realize there are more important things in life than Bill (Daniel Enright).
Kale's head is spinning after Bill tells her he loves her; Mary-E uncovers a miracle at a coffee shop.
Mary-E (Jeanie Calleja) interferes with Kale's (Cara Pifko) relationship with Bill; Kale's mother has a breakdown.
Bill's drug habit is forcing Kale to choose between staying with him or helping Gordon; Mary-E and Dalal take a long ride together.
Kale has to present a problem to her physics class; Ross sets himself up for a hate crime. With Cara Pifko, Jeanie Calleja and Michael George.
Kale falls for a man at the copy store, and Gordon comes close to bursting her bubble. With Cara Pifko, Jeanie Calleja and Michael George.
Kale fixes Mary-E up with a fellow writer, but she's horrified when things seem to be working out; Ross finds an interest in girls.
Kale vows to make Ethan look foolish on the family Christmas card; questions about Ross's sexuality continue to surface.
Perfectly Frank shows up with a questionable outfit; sparks fly between Mary-E and Ethan. With Cara Pifko, Jeanie Calleja and Michael George.
Kale deals with an unpleasant co-worker; speculation about Ross' sexuality.
Kale (Cara Pifko) decides to take a chance with an interview of an insane person, but can't go through with it.
Kale discovers her true passion when she must choose between a role in the school play and facing her leading man.
Kale's father humiliates her by publishing an embarrassing newspaper column regarding her too-tight dress.