Back in jail, tripping on mushrooms and transformed into cartoons, the boys test the limits of their new reality with both fear and excitement.
A tapeworm is taking the grub right out of Ricky's mouth, but when the parasite swipes his weed, that's the last straw. Bubbles connects at the club.
Bubbles convinces Julian and Ricky to join him as he stalks Wayne Gretzky. Now they must beat the Moncton Mudslides to win back the Stanley Bong.
The boys go on a mission to save a mountain lion friend, but they don't count on the mosquitoes, bear traps or sperm-harvesting backwoods locals.
Business booms -- and chaos reigns -- as Julian revs up a sexy car wash, Ricky opens a trailer pool, and Bubbles goes it alone to build his dream shed.
Old-school hash brings back memories of grade school, when young Julian, Ricky and Bubbles met, smoked and retaliated against a bully with a pellet gun.
Trinity and Jacob want to move, so the boys deliver hash to raise cash. But Ricky gets greedy and incurs the wrath of a rampaging biker gang.
When Ricky's grow operations are exposed, an entrepreneur approaches him to cultivate dope in space. Beyond pumped, Bubbles demands to join the team.
To get off the grid, Ricky liberates hundreds of car batteries. Julian concocts a scheme to ride out a big storm, but Mother Nature has other plans.
The boys throw a benefit concert featuring Helix to save Sunnyvale. But how can their event compete with the nearby Queens of the Stone Age show?
Ride-sharing hits a new high when Ricky attempts to go legit with a dope-smoking twist on Uber: Duber. But can the gang handle success — and Randy?
The viral video cash-in is on. Ricky kidnaps a rank clown for Mo’s birthday party. But when the bozo bails, Cory and Randy step up as party starters.
Sunnyvale’s sketchiest get scammed by grifters posing as tax agents. A trap is set, then lethal farts lead the boys to a familiar face.
Bubbles pours his life savings into Kitty Shakes while Julian and Ricky drive off to steal packages. Later, a reality competition comes calling.
The gang must rustle up dough to cure Bubbles’s kitten of hookworms, even if that means becoming movie stars. But are the boys ready to play dirty?
The fellas take a shady trip down memory lane back to 1979: the first time they smoked Panama Red — and launched a life of petty crime.
The city rounds up Bubbles’s free-range kitties, and when the mayor kicks him to the curb, he decides to run for office. One paradigm shift coming up.
After going to jail for peeing on the cops, Ricky claims he’s turning over a new leaf. That means ditching his pals to go on a Costco treasure hunt.
Bubbles drags Julian to the fair to cheer him up. After a fortuneteller delivers the bad news, the guys end up in a cult. Time to start drinking.
The good times are killing them: A bank error in their favor sends the boys on a spending spree. When the cops arrive, Ricky must fake his own death.