The studio finally has doors, Jon has an epiphany regarding his future, Scott army crawls through his neighbor’s yard, and Guy puts his children through Lord of the Rings.
Jon is aghast at the officiating, Scott still can’t get anyone to hang his studio doors, and Guy attends parent-teacher conferences only to realize he’s stepped into the ninth circle of hell.
Guy spent the weekend at a reptile show, Scott wonders what’s the right thing to do with a talented but troubled kid, and Jon noticed there was a boy on a girl’s soccer team… or was there?
Jon can’t run as fast as a twelve-year-old girl, Scott thinks running for charity is BS, and Guy would rather drown than sing. Also, Ziplocking.
Scott quotes Frederick Beuchner (though he forgets there’s an N in the man’s name), Jon picks a bone with vegans, and Guy introduces the boys to Mike the Headless Chicken.
Jon catches a co-worker stuffing her face, Hugh Jackman is ruining Scott’s fantasies, and space warming is the new problem.
Scott can’t deal with how insulted he is by The Dark Crystal, Jon gets yelled at by adults, and spiders infiltrate Guy’s family life.
Jon continues his battle against nature and summons the spirit of Odin, Scott takes the extreme view on punishment, and Guy may be turning into a neat freak.
Scott deals with his crazy dogs in real time, Guy electrocutes himself, Jon questions fish flesh longevity, no one cares about anyone, and trees are bullshit.
Jon gets patted down at Ikea, the studio dogs have a strange habit, Guy has too many pets, and OCD controls Scott’s life.