After an electric heating blanket shorts out while the gang watches "The Wiz," they look in the mirror and realize they've turned black; to get back to being themselves they go through all manner of classic body-switch movie shenanigans.
The group heads to the water park, each with an ulterior motive; Dennis takes on a protege; Frank and Charlie are determined to ride every ride; Mac and Dee get stuck in a tube slide.
Charlie believes Mac's mother holds his mother hostage, so the gang installs spy cameras to monitor what goes on in their house.
A news segment announces that Wolf Cola is the official drink of Boko Haram; Dee and Dennis work on the PR nightmare; Charlie and Mac try to promote Fight Milk.
When a cat-woman is found dead in an alley, Dennis becomes the prime suspect.
The gang seeks the help of a professional arbitrator to decide which of them could be the rightful owner of a lottery ticket.
After finding out that she is a male stripper's "rock bottom," Dee sets out to prove that she is the best thing that ever happened to him; Dennis takes over for a stripper; Mac and Frank play a war game.
Customers pack Paddy's on Valentine's Day; Dennis implores the gang to do one day of actual work, but a mystery crate that Cricket spots in the alley distracts everyone.
A typical day in Cricket's world ends with possible redemption when his family intervenes, setting up a chance to move on from the gang, find love and reemerge as Matthew Mara once again.