With Ali in labour, Fitz sets out to buy the dealership back from the Ruptals before his son is born... and before his Father buys it back first. There's just one tiny problem - money.
After Larry gets Fitz thrown in jail in an ill-thought-out attempt to repair his relationship with Ken, Fitz finds there's only one thing standing between him and survival - a fruit-flavoured breakfast cereal.
When Mayor Fitz ushers in a world of BJ Tuesdays and daycare sweatshops, Larry realizes there's only one person who can stop him - his good 'ol conscience Larry.
Fitz discovers being City Councilor doesn't actually give him the power to do...well, anything, so he sets out to find another way to repeal the by-law and get his bar open.
When Fitz can't horn his way into Ken and Elaine's church scam, he decides that if you can't join 'em, beat 'em... and starts his own religion.
When Fitz realizes he has no chance of beating Chester at the All Candidates Debate, he decides to cancel it and stage his sister's death.
Fitz must prove alleged son Barry isn't his before the kid ruins Fitz's Last Honest Man campaign. But as Fitz tries to discredit his son, he finds himself drawing closer.
Dot and Larry set Fitz up on an important interview in order to improve his profile with women. But this time, it's Larry who screws up Fitz's political chances.
As Chester continues to control the ethnic vote, Fitz decides to stage a multi-cultural rally in order to win it away from him.
With his campaign coffers running desperately low, Fitz decides to approach the old money establishment at the local golf course in order to raise funds.