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A laid-back rock 'n' roll slacker and his best friend, a high-strung stay-at-home husband, find themselves in the middle of madcap misadventures that can only be traversed with the help of their fellow Beef Boys.

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As Tim and the gang create a spooky haunted house, Eric comes face to face with his terrifying past.
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In an effort to help Megan, Eric gets a job as a big boy bus driver; when he hits rough waters, it's up to the Beef Boys to get him out.
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While Tim practices for his upcoming darts championship, a beaver plagues the Beef House and only one item will lure it out.
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Eric takes his troubled nephew, Boro, only to discover he's more than the Beef House could ever have expected.
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Neighbor Lana invites Tim over for some special hot tub alone time; fearing the hot water may explode his bowels, it's up to the Beef Boys to find a solution.
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As Eric prepares his greatest Easter ever, Tim's army buddy Brad visits the Beef House, causing mayhem as he sets up camp and takes control.

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