Becca becomes manager of Tyler's band and sets up a gig at the opening of a new mall with a prerequisite of a female singer. Also, Libby is offered a chance to leave the restaurant and return to her old high-pressure, but higher-paying job.
Drew gets funding from Farmer Jack for a new banquet room for the restaurant on the condition that Drew use his son Teddy as a worker. However, this results in jealousy from Corky who tries to help but causes more damage than good.
Becca and Maxie have high hopes of getting in with the "mature" crowd which brings their friendship to a low. Elsewhere, Corky and Drew become heroes to a choking woman; only to get Drew slapped with a $25,000 lawsuit.
Corky resolves to enter a 50k bike race despite his father's objections, and makes friends with another biker who is epileptic. Sadly, his happiness turns to heartbreak when his brand-new bicycle gets stolen.
Becca organizes a '60s-style protest in support of a record store owner arrested for selling allegedly obscene material. She begins having nightmares of "Thought Police" (censorship cops) storming through Glen Brook.