Buddy and company make a cake for Dylan's Candy Bar; unable to handle all the incoming orders, the sisters consider hiring an assistant for Buddy.
Buddy creates a cake inspired by poisonous plants; a customer proposes with an engagement-ring-box cake; cousin Anthony is set up for a fall.
Buddy makes a cake for football player Justin Tuck; the bakery gets a makeover.
Buddy is asked to make a moving robot cake; Buddy has to create a 1970s-themed roller-skate cake and deliver it on skates; cousin Anthony gets a talkative new companion during a delivery.
Buddy and his team create a massive cake for the U.S. Air Force; the guys get their groove on while making a dance-themed cake; the girls get into a catfight.
Talking cake in the bakery; after Buddy is asked to make a cage-fighting cake, his teenage nephew is inspired to challenge Frankie to a wrestling match.
Buddy makes a new four-legged friend named James after he is asked to create a cake for a local animal shelter; Buddy challenges his father-in-law to a pizza-making contest.
Buddy and company feel lost in space while creating a cake for a planetarium; the guys go golfing to get inspiration for a golf tournament cake.
The bakery heavyweights are challenged to an eating contest after they create a buffet-style cake for Major League Eating; one of Frankie's biggest fears is exposed while making a cake for the Coney Island Circus Sideshow.
Buddy and the crew make a holiday-themed cake for drag queen Miss Richfield 1981; cousin Anthony and Stretch beg Buddy to let them deliver a cake to a party full of women, but the boss has a trick up his sleeve.
Buddy is asked to make a cake for the Long Island Hells Angels; Buddy bakes a tea party-themed cake for Upper East Side socialites.
The bakery breaks a record by making 50 wedding cakes in seven days; Buddy wants to wow his cousin and sister-in-law with the grandest wedding cake ever.
Buddy is inspired to create a new recipe after being asked to make an apple tree cake for an orchard; Mary threatens to buy her 40th birthday cake from a rival baker unless Buddy gives her the attention she needs.
Problems arise after the bakery is asked to make a cake for the 40th anniversary of "Sesame Street"; Buddy creates a special surprise for his favorite "Sesame Street" character.
The bakery is asked to make a cake for the Bronx Zoo's 110th birthday; a client has trouble deciding on a cake design for the grand opening of a movie theater in Hoboken, N.J.
Buddy and his team are asked to make an actual size replica of a NASCAR race car out of cake for the Retail Bakers Association's annual convention in Charlotte, N.C.
Buddy adds live fish to an underwater-themed cake ordered by an aquarium to celebrate its birthday; Lisa and Remy make a special announcement to Buddy, who can't wait to tell the rest of the family.
Buddy and Mauro bring their families along on a trip to Disney World to make Carlo's famous cannolis for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival; the guys make a special cake for Buddy's daughter Sofia's birthday.
Buddy counts down his five favorite cakes and relives memorable moments from the past two seasons.