After the boating accident, the townsfolk of Weld mount a search-and-rescue operation for Zac, Steve, and Ike. George is torn between aiding the search and comforting a frightened Shay, or going to the hospital and supporting Jan, who is in labor.
George and his cohorts head into the outback to meet with Woody's ex, but Woody ends up getting the shock of his lifetime. Back in Weld, Tracey stumbles upon the truth about Woody's "solar conference," while Shay receives unwelcome attention from Ollie.
The Turner home is exploding with houseguests, and George is desperate for solitude, but his plan to evict some of the extra bodies backfires. Woody and Tracey struggle to come to terms, leaving Woody's daughter, Poppy, in a very awkward position.
George enjoys having the house to himself and declares war on punctuation.
George relishes his time alone in the house but is dragged out to attend Woody's bachelor party, known by locals as "Groom-spiel." Woody is less than enthusiastic about this notorious Weld tradition and asks George to watch out for him, but Monty is eager to take over the best-man duties.
Monty seeks out George for help writing his best-man speech, prompting George to reminisce about his own wedding day. Ollie's attentions towards Shay take a dangerous turn, while Lindsay grows increasingly jealous about Arlo and Poppy's friendship. Woody and Tracey's big day arrives, but a power outage threatens their wedding.
After Woody and Tracey's wedding George found himself at a crossroad; should he decide to have a baby with Fiona or spend the night and pursue a romance with Katie?
Meanwhile, Arlo tries to navigate the Lindsay situation and Monty surprises everybody when he hooks up with Ngahuia again.