After they realise that the key to celebrity is supporting a charity, Billy and Julie attempt to find fame by creating their own version of the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Julie tries to fit in with a group of high-power, Jewish TV writers, and Billy tries to fit in as his rich boyfriend's kept man.
Billy and Julie decide to create their own podcast, but it proves more difficult than anticipated. Meanwhile, Billy has some unexpected fun at the dog park.
Julie and Billy book a gig at The Cutting Room, but Billy's new-found obligation to family threatens to compromise their big break.
Billy and Julie prepare a portfolio for a writing gig, but find it easier to procrastinate than write.
While Billy's bosses are out of town, Billy and Julie overhaul the cafe menu with children's cuisine at adult prices.
Billy hits it off with a new man, only to find out he's a 'participator'. Meanwhile, Julie's home life crumbles as Arthur cracks under the pressure of the PBS pledge drive.
Billy visits his very Jewish brother for Yom Kippur dinner, and Julie attempts to befriend a veteran to prove to Marilyn's surrogate daughter that she's charitable.
Billy and Julie come up with an entrepreneurial scheme to sell bottled library water-fountain water; Julie gets in trouble for a controversial tweet.
Julie seeks out an old high school crush, and brings him to bed with her and Arthur; Billy finds a father-figure in Denise's husband, Nate.
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