After the unexpected death of her husband, a suburban mom resorts to selling weed to support her family.
Nancy is rushed to the hospital after being shot as the family follows close behind. The family grapples with the tragedy and hypothesizes on the shooter's identity.
Andy makes his intentions known to Jill. Doug is presented with an enticing investment opportunity. While Nancy recuperates, Silas helps her with a new business venture. Shane figures out who shot his mother.
Andy attempts to impress Jill by coaching the twin's roller-derby team; Doug ponders about his financial future after being forced to resign from the company; Nancy and Silas race to thwart Shane's actions, who is closing in on Tim.
Despite the demands of her marijuana business, Nancy decides to throw a family dinner, to which Shane invites his classmate Angela. In other pot news, Silas befriends a local grower. Meanwhile, Jill and Andy agree to watch Stevie during the day.
Nancy is tempted to go back to her old pot-dealing ways to raise cash for Stevie's soccer expenses; Jill gets revenge on Andy through Doug; Shane and Angela double-date with Ouellette and his wife; Silas and R.J.'s friendship takes an unusual turn.
Nancy undertakes a job search; Jill has big news for Andy and Doug; and Silas tries to track down his stolen plants. Meanwhile, Shane fabricates an ingenious plan to score some extra spending money at the police academy.
Andy visits a local synagogue to look for work while Nancy gets a quite competitive new job and Shane is ready to graduate from the police academy.
After receiving an interesting proposal from an unexpected source, Nancy struggles with a decision involving a questionable business.
A "cowboy capitalist" moseys into town with a tasty offer for Silas; and rumors spread about Rabbi Dave having an amorous encounter with a nonmember of the synagogue.
Silas contemplates a big professional move; Nancy has a dinner date with Rabbi Dave and some of his friends; and Andy experiences a slight hitch in his relationship status.
Nancy, Andy and Silas take a trip. Shane is busted for stealing property off the impound lot. Meanwhile, Doug gives up on his charity and decides to pursue a bigger, more lucrative scheme.
The Botwins (& Doug) are at a crossroads, romance-wise and professionally.
At Stevie's bar mitzvah, friends and family gather and Nancy tries to reconnect with her estranged loved ones.