Goldie contends with her daughter Amanda's vow of silence and her 'spiritual mentor' Howard. Adam tags along with Ron to Soul Train and meets the show's producer. An anxious Cassie travels home to Texas for a wedding, where she faces some difficult choices from her past. Nick, Bill and Ralph show up at the wedding as well. Eddie capitalizes on a career opportunity with his idol.
Edgar and Arnie Stumble upon a risky money-making enterprise; Nick moves in with Bill; Ron's sitcom stardom brings unexpected repercussions; and Eddie writes jokes for his idol Roy's Tonight Show appearance.
Goldie asks Roy to perform at a telethon, but he and Eddie skip out to deal with Roy's financial troubles. Cassie starts to doubt her relationship with Eddie. Ralph and Adam collect on a long overdue debt. Nick and Dawn get surprised by unwanted guests who drop by Goldie's. The comics stage an intervention for Fitzy, which Ron spins into a party.
Edgar and Arnie expand their enterprise. Adam runs his material by Ralph, who takes it to a producer friend. Ron fosters a new relationship. Bill butts heads with a desperate Edgar. Nick uses Goldie's stage as a confessional with unexpected results. Goldie and Roy argue over parenthood. Cassie and Eddie get a glimpse of the extremes that come with being Roy Martin.
Adam and Ralph get some good news. Goldie calls Amanda's bluff. Ron tries to salvage good will from employers and coworkers. Adam assesses his relationship with Gloria. Bill helps Nick face legal trouble, while Nick confronts his Uncle Chris. Eddie receives a tough lesson in love from Roy. Cassie bonds with Dawn.
Ron decides to get married. Goldie turns it into publicity. Nick moves out of Bill's and in with Cassie. Cassie auditions for Lorne Michaels, but Nick complicates that. Roy tests the limits of his mortality. Eddie makes a mistake with Goldie's daughter making Goldie question her parenting.
Nick does a week on radio. Cassie and Dawn hit a lesbian club. Eddie heads back to the deli for steady money. Ralph tries to get Adam to take his TV spot more seriously. Mandy gets Goldie to call out an old friend. Bill sours on Goldie.
Roy's lack of improvement puts Goldie in a tight spot. Arnie is forced to bow out of a gig with Edgar. Bill's frustration with Goldie builds. Ron catches up with Maggie. Nick helps Cassie in his quest for forgiveness. Adam and Ralph weigh their options. Amanda may have accidentally thrown a wrench into Goldie's plans.
Lines are laid down -- some on a mirror, some on a sidewalk, others a bump in a bathroom or a skating rink. Some hold the line, others cross it. Either way, Goldie and the comics will never be the same because many lines cannot be erased.