A series of time jumps finds Mike and Vanessa with two new grandchildren as well as Mandy and Kyle living with them; Vanessa and Mandy clash over Vanessa's "helpfulness"; Chuck desperately hopes it's last call on Ed's mixology happy hour.
Vanessa hires a home improvement repairman who bears an uncanny resemblance to Mike; Kyle and Ryan defend their favorite comic book writer to Mandy and Kristen; Mike struggles with an idea for his video blog.
Mike reluctantly finds himself acting as Ryan's mentor when he is offered a big corporate job; Mandy and Kyle attempt to make Ed's bucket list dreams come true after finding a secret file on his computer.
Mike surprises Vanessa with a visit from Jen that might last longer than expected; Ryan asks Chuck for advice to impress his new corporate boss on the golf course.
When Vanessa asks Ed to revive the Outdoorman Toddler campaign, she is forced to choose between her two new granddaughters for the ad; Ryan's plan to buy a house on Mike's street hits a snag.
Mike regrets convincing Joe to use his inheritance money to buy a classic jeep when he realizes how he intends to restore it; Kristin and Ryan worry that Mandy and Kyle are teaching Sarah bad language.
Vanessa's attempt to have both her granddaughters admitted to an elite preschool puts her in a sticky situation to return a political favor; Mike worries Rev. Paul is taking advantage of Kyle.
When Ed pits Mike and Joe against each other to find the next classic car for renovation, Chuck teaches them a valuable lesson; Mandy, Kyle and Vanessa meddle in Jen's love life.
In the wake of the pandemic, Mike and Kristin are forced to make some tough business decisions involving Outdoor Man; Jen helps Mandy get organized.
Mike's willpower is put to the test when Vanessa challenges him to go vegetarian for a week; Ed trolls ventriloquist Jeff Dunham on social media; Mandy and Kyle move into Kristin and Ryan's guest house.
On the eve of her birthday, Vanessa refuses to believe that she needs to slow down, going above and beyond on her grandma responsibilities; Joe puts Mike's friendship to the test.
Mandy and Kyle decide to have a home birth -- at Mike and Vanessa's; Ryan and Chuck team up to construct a state-of-the-art crib.
While Mike is away, Kristin learns what it takes to be in charge at Outdoor Man; Vanessa and Kyle debate how to upgrade the backyard play area and Ryan teaches Mandy how to play chess, but he may be the one getting schooled.
Eve comes home for a visit and struggles to connect with her nieces; Kyle turns to Ed when he worries he isn't dynamic enough in his preaching.
Mike and Vanessa help Mandy and Kyle with their estate planning but are disappointed with whom they plan to appoint as Sarah's legal guardian; Jen begins working at OutdoorMan and takes advice from Chuck a tad too seriously.
After her granddaughter starts misbehaving, Vanessa gives Mandy a valuable parenting lesson; Mike is challenged to find a meaningful gift for his business anniversary with Ed.
Kristin and Ryan go head-to-head in a business negotiation for Outdoor Man that puts their marriage in a sticky situation; Vanessa and Mandy compete to see who can log the most steps in a day.
Mike uses Chuck's injury as an excuse to get out of yoga class with Vanessa; Kristin and Ryan, and Mandy and Kyle each believe the other couple is jealous of their relationship.