Get ready for another round of SULLIVAN & SON as comedian Steve Byrne and a hilarious ensemble of Pittsburgh bar patrons return to celebrate life, laughs and love for the open bar tab.
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The bar's chances of winning the yearly karaoke contest are threatened when Carol starts dating a handsome singer (guest star CHARLES SHAUGHNESSY), making Owen jealous. Meanwhile, Roy, Susan and Ahmed meet a drunk Ok Cha.
A plastic spider hidden in a bowl of peanuts leads to an all-out prank war. And Susan helps Carol through a difficult audit. Fortunately, the auditor is a man (guest star JASON KRAVITS).
When Ok Cha injures her leg in a traffic accident with her charming-but-antagonistic neighbor (JOHN MICHAEL HIGGINS), Steve discovers things aren't quite what they seem.
The untimely death of the local Councilman inspires Jack (DAN LAURIA) to run for the open seat but a fight with Ok Cha (JODI LONG) explodes into a rivalry for the position.
Steve and the bar crowd worry that Hank has Alzheimer's when he is visited by a vision of Wheel of Fortune's PAT SAJAK (guest-starring as himself).
Steve's morals are tested when an innocent Amish girl, enters the bar on her Rumspringa, searching for a man. Things get complicated when Owen thinks she's his long-lost-sister. This title temporarily does not have closed captions.
Steve is the new coach of the bar's peewee hockey team, but competition with fellow coach and childhood rival Lyle Winkler (guest star BILLY GARDELL) spurs him to reconsider his "everybody plays" mentality. Meanwhile, Ok Cha meets her "free pass."
Steve holds a Ladies' Night at the bar in an effort to boost his reputation on social media. A newly made-over Melanie is hit on by duplicitous ladies man Neal (KUNAL NAYYAR).
Convinced that he should be dating from a wider pool, Steve goes out with a woman of questionable morality. Meanwhile, Melanie dates an annoying nicknamer, and Owen dates someone just a little too close to home.