King tries to resolve differences between two bitter factions of a foreign country as the center prepares to host celebrations for that country. Gladys and Jack take an unusual method of airing their grievances with each other.
King agrees to display sculptures done by a struggling female artist at the community center but quickly finds himself mired in controversy. Max is determined to take Gladys on an outdoor camping trip despite her misgivings.
King is dismayed when he finds out he makes less money than Gwen and is determined to make things between the two level. Gladys thinks about suing a local grocery store after taking a minor fall outside of it.
King tries to help on the social side at the community centre as he encourages a retired man hanging out there to tell his wife about his recent retirement. Meanwhile, Gwen's relationship with her boyfriend hits a few bumps in the road.
Larry starts his new job as the Kensington Recreation Centre and finds he has two problems to deal with: trying to provide marital advice to family and strangers and getting past his own feelings that he's not cut out for the job.