Ruxin tries to defend his champion, which no one can actually stand. Andre tries to improve after winning the first ever Sacko Bowl. This year was probably the most diverse year this year. In the end Kevin wins his 1st Shiva Bowl and Ruxin wins The Sacko.
Jenny jeopardizes Ruxin's chance to work on a big case with his boss, Mr. Hudabega (played by Ray Liotta). Taco competes in a jingle contest for a fast-food restaurant. Pete nurses a grudge against a traffic cop.
Kevin and Jenny search for the perfect paint color. Sofia accuses Ruxin of "breast favoritism." Andre accidentally upsets a black janitor with a racist comment and donates money to the high school. Pete tries to defend his high-school pole-vaulting record.
Ruxin's father (Jeff Goldblum) shows up unexpectedly for Thanksgiving. Andre's sister (Sarah Silverman) is on the prowl at the gang's Thanksgiving dinner. Taco makes an edible investment, while Kevin and Jenny have a problem with Ellie's class pet.
The group's old buddy, Chuck (Will Forte), returns for an episode as a sober man, but his sobriety is quickly put in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Taco goes on a diet and is in jeopardy of getting kicked out of his place by his landlord unless Ruxin has a great reason he should stay, but Ruxin is tripping on painkillers he stole from Andre after pulling his hamstring.
Kevin suspects that his Krav Maga teacher, Kristen (Eliza Dushku) might be hitting on him. Meanwhile, Ruxin joins a cult in order to gain their Fantasy Football knowledge, and Andre fails to keep a secret.
Pete's new girlfriend Danielle (Allison Williams) wants to help him with his lineup. Kevin's past at the DA's office has him running scared. Ruxin runs afoul of his company's email policies, and auto-correct gets everybody in trouble.
It's the season finale. The race is on for the Shiva and the Sacko. Taco teams up with Chicago Bears' Running Back Matt Forte and Ruxin is unable to manage his own team for the big game, leaving The League to figure out who will run it for him.