Odd Milo Out – Conclusion. Tyler and Jude try to keep their blossoming relationship a secret in the Season 3 finale. Also: Milo’s traditional movie night is taken away from him; Neal finds a new apartment; big changes are expected in the office.
Suburban Gibbs – Gibbs dates a woman from the suburbs, but Jude warns him of the dangers of doing so. Elsewhere, a friendship is tested when Tyler offers to pay Milo’s rent.
Molly – The guys try to play matchmaker for Neal by following a girl to a party.
Hi Jude – Milo quits his job and Myron hires a sightly female writer to replace him. Meanwhile, Gibbs suspects that his apartment is haunted; apartment issues also plague Neal; and Milo tries to prove he’s a real writer.
Gigo-Milo – Milo meets a book publisher (Jane Seymour), but she’s interested in much more than writing. Meanwhile, Neal hires an intern (Ed Asner), and Myron tries to appear hip on social media with help from Tyler and Gibbs.
Holy New Boss! – A new boss sets out to fire an employee by the end of the week, and it’s not looking good for Neal when he arrives at work in an inebriated state.
Post-Posal – Gibbs helps Neal plan a proposal; Tyler makes a new friend, who turns out to be one of the richest people in America. Lance Bass guest stars.
Pre-Posal – Season 3 opens with Neal planning to propose to Amy, but he must first get her father’s blessing. Meanwhile, Milo and Gibbs get a “samurai cleanse,” and Tyler discovers his first gray hair.
Pre-Posal – Season 3 opens with Neal planning to propose to Amy, but he must first get her father’s blessing. Meanwhile, Milo and Gibbs get a “samurai cleanse,”
Weekend at PJ’s – The second season closes with Tyler overstepping his bounds, leading to a showdown with Milo. Meanwhile, Amy’s father sets out to replace Neal with a better man; Gibbs pursues a woman he spotted at a wedding; and a bit of moonshine results in a marriage.