Liza hunts for a new romance author, bringing her closer to Charles. Maggie slashes an art competitor.
Liza and Kelsey dive back into the dating pool and quickly discover it's much more complicated than they'd hoped.
Liza and Kelsey reach breaking point at a work retreat. Liza receives news that changes everything.
Liza faces further fallout with Kelsey, who is infuriated by Liza’s lack of millennial know-how.
Liza deals with the aftermath of coming clean with Kelsey, and Charles tests their synchronicity. Kelsey and Josh become unlikely allies.
George makes some big decisions with his professional and personal life. Everyone celebrates a big milestone for Manolo.
With “Mr. First Lady” greenlit, Larry, Rachel and Hugh might finally get their chance to celebrate.
At the big table read for Valleys, George and the network see don’t see eye to eye. Maronzio hits rock bottom and falls in with a new, life-changing crowd.
Larry, Rachel and Hugh are thrilled to finally meet the acclaimed comedy film director Paul Skidmore, but horrified when he brings along his muse: Melissa McCarthy.
The future of George's TV show is put in jeopardy by his co-star's wild behavior. Maronzio tries to woo his ex. Hector has a problem selling at work, which gets George and Lori talking again.
Larry, Rachel and Hugh perform improv at the Groundlings Theatre… but not everyone in the audience is laughing.
George’s friends have him worried that Lori wears the pants in their relationship. Pfeiffer complicates Olly’s work life, and Manolo gets laser eye surgery to please Wendy.
Larry, Rachel and Hugh, at their most fractured, turn to another writing team for help: fellow Groundlings alums Jim Rash and Nat Faxon.
After alienating some of his core Latino fans, George appears as a guest on Platanito, a Latino talk show hosted by a clown. Hector makes his solo debut on the home shopping channel and Manolo and his teacher heat up.
Hugh’s romance with Sam heats up, which annoys Rachel but intrigues Larry, when he discovers that Sam is a successful film producer.