The personal and professional relationships of five comic titans as they navigate the challenges of life on the road: seedy venues, racist road managers, pushy wives, angry baby mamas, obsessive fans, demanding celebrities, shady politicians and more.
The guys must curb their use of the n-word during the stand-up sets or risk losing the corporate sponsorship for their tour. White Terry, a new assistant George found for the crew, struggles to get Charlie a razzleberry pie from The Pussycat Pie Factory.
Nina arranges for a tour bus to take the guys to their next tour stop as a means of bonding. However, Eddie refuses to ride the bus due to past trauma and embarks on a car trip with White Terry, Cedric, George, D.L. and Charlie instead.
After pledging a donation to a charity, Cedric is honoured at a dinner in Minneapolis and Eddie and George tag along. Meanwhile, D.L. spends the day with a Make-A-Wish teen who is a big fan, but the kid ends up spending most of the day mocking him.
Nina informs the guys that Twitter is blowing up because of things D.L. and George said that got them in trouble with a gay rights group. Meanwhile, Cedric offers football player Eric Dickerson free tickets to the show in Dallas, expecting to have the favour returned.
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With a free day in Miami, the guys plan on getting turned up, but Cedric and D.L.'s plans with the guys are thwarted when their wives unexpectedly show up. Now, instead of enjoying a frat boy weekend, Cedric and D.L. are stuck going to museums and shoe shopping.
Cedric is excited to give George a custom suit as a gift and expects him to wear it on a TV appearance promoting the tour. Charlie and Eddie become friendly with the tour bus driver, Keith, who they quickly treat better than White Terry.
Eddie invites the guys to stay at his house while they're making a tour stop in Las Vegas. George and Charlie plan to spend the day playing golf while Cedric and D.L. will hang with Eddie at the house for what they assume will be some afternoon partying.
George raves over the success of the high-quality, expensive tour shirts. Eddie creates his own affordable tour shirts and accuses George of being bossy. George understands where Eddie is coming from and agrees to lighten up.
Before CGD's big homecoming show at the Forum, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar takes the guys out to dinner to celebrate. Kareem ends up leaving without paying the bill, breaking an unwritten rule.
The guys try to make things right but Kareem is nowhere to be found. Ultimately, Kareem gets the last laugh when he uses his connections at the Forum against the guys.