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Charming, fast-talking consultant Marty Kaan and his MBA-toting colleagues charm smug, unsuspecting corporate fat cats into closing deals while spending a fortune for their services. Kaan isn't above using any means -- or person -- necessary to get what he wants. Members of his team are razor-sharp Jeannie van der Hooven, an Ivy League alumna; lackadaisical Clyde Oberholt, who's a lady's man; and math guru Doug Guggenheim, who's awkward with women. Marty lives with his psychoanalyst father, son Roscoe and, as of Season 5, his baby daughter.

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Marty and the Pod participate in a recruiting event; Doug tries to prove he can coach candidates; Jeannie grills a new recruit.
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Marty tries to stay monogamous while on the road; Jeannie must take one for the team; Jeremiah asks for April's discretion; Monica drops a bombshell.
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Marty battles his son's school; a stripper reappears in Marty's life; Jeannie gets cold feet.
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Jeannie is put in charge during a consultation; Clyde works on a Morman woman; Monica spends time with Roscoe.
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Marty brings Roscoe to his next job in San Francisco; Jeannie reacts to her recent engagement.
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Marty discovers Greg Norbert is announcing the possible acquisition of Galweather.
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Marty and The Pod go to Phoenix to clean up a mess at a sports franchise caused the the owners.
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Marty and The Pod travel to a New York bank looking for a plan to justify their year-end bonuses.
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The Pod heads to Havana, Cuba, where they all must reevaluate their personal and professional futures.
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Marty tries to get K&A back into consideration for a buyout; Jeannie has a hard time spending the day away from the office; issues with the computer network lead to a discovery.
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Marty and the others try to convince a boy band to re-sign with their record label; Jeannie is tired of being a politician's girlfriend; Doug's Ted Talk fame impacts his relationship.
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Marty tries to convince idealist marijuana farmers to embrace a new idea; Doug delivers his Ted Talk.
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Marty's entree hits a snag; the man Clyde hopes will be mayor shows interest in Jeannie; Roscoe gets his first modeling gig.
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Marty reunites with a pair of obnoxious former clients to expand the business of a cruise line; Clyde hinders Doug's high-seas fantasy; Jeannie gets emotional.
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Marty discovers that Monica has been offered a lucrative deal; Jeannie romances a client; Clyde works on a new venture; Doug wants the chance to give a Ted Talk.
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Marty and the Pod consult for a company that is trying an unconventional management style; Doug considers romance with a new client; Clyde faces a breakup.
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Jeannie's boyfriend drops a bomb; Marty chases potential new business at Doug's Dungeons & Dragons game; Clyde uncovers an issue.
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Jeannie and Marty try to make co-parenting work; Doug and Clyde maneuver for position; Marty is approached with an intriguing offer.
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Marty could make K&A a top firm if he can convince his employees to stay; Jeannie gives birth; Clyde, Doug and Kelsey wait for an offer; Roscoe faces consequences.
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Worried about repercussions, Marty seeks to secure his place at the firm; Jeannie receives a proposition; Clyde reaches out to his father; Roscoe is at the center of an ugly incident.
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A pitch to a CEO of a fast food chain causes conflict between Marty and Denna; Roscoe's business is exposed; Doug and Clyde learn they are involved with the same woman.

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