To Find a Friend – Jules and Ellie run the bar when Grayson helps Andy with his tryouts for a new best friend; Travis and Laurie spend their first weekend solo with baby Bobby.
Full Grown Boy – Bobby mulls a job offer in another state; Travis can’t stand Laurie’s choices for baby names, so he puts Ellie on the case; Jules disapproves of her dad’s desire to take part in a Civil War reenactment.
We Stand a Chance – In the Season 5 finale, Tom wins Cul-de-Sac Crew Trivia, so he gets to pick the destination of the next group vacation, but they’re disappointed by his idea for a staycation. Meanwhile, Jules’ annual physical yields some surprising results after she fakes being healthy; and Bobby inadvertently signs Grayson and himself up for a break-dancing contest.
Love Is a Long Road – Chick’s Alzheimer’s symptoms prompt Jules to urge him to look for a house in her neighborhood, but Grayson’s inadvertent suggestion that Chick move in with them is one he regrets. Meanwhile, the cul-de-sac crew prepare for Travis’ college graduation, which reignites the rivalry between Ellie and Laurie for the top spot on Jules’ list of friends.
Refugee – Bobby’s boat disappears, so he and Jules assume their crimefighting alter egos, Blacktop and Gumshoe, to find it. Meanwhile, Grayson gives Andy advice on how to win over his new supervisor; and Laurie and Travis try to decorate her apartment.
Too Good to Be True – Travis starts an open mike at Coffee Bucks, but probably wishes it were closed when Andy starts doing stand-up comedy. Meanwhile, Tom gets a visit from his daugher, who’s under the impression that her dad is much cooler than he actually is.
Too Much Ain’t Enough – Grayson tries to act cool in front of Travis’ hipster friends. Meanwhile, Bobby gets a new bag, but doesn’t feel comfortable carrying it; and Jules hatches a get-rich-quick scheme with Andy after receiving a big commission check. Directed by series star Josh Hopkins.
Mystery of Love – Brunch at Travis and Laurie’s prompts Jules to prove that she and Grayson are the ideal couple. Meanwhile, Andy tries to be a fun dad by taking Stan to the beach; and Tom helps Ellie finish a teen novel she hasn’t worked on in years. Directed by series star Courteney Cox.
Time to Move On – Andy makes a cat video with the guys for Bro-day; Jules worries about Travis’ job prospects after he graduates from college with an art degree; Laurie and Ellie pose as a couple to get Stan into a new school.
Learning to Fly – The annual cul-de-sac yard sale gives Andy a chance to bet Ellie she can’t stop being snarky for one day, while Laurie schools Jules on karma after the latter lies to a customer. Also: Bobby tries to overcome his fear of roller coasters to fulfill his grandfather’s final wish.