"On today's Steve Wilkos Show, Nyasia was just a teenager when her father was murdered three years ago. The father left Nyasia and a three year old son behind. After her father's senseless murder, Nyasia and the boy's mother, Tysha, worked side by side raising him until questions arose as to whether or not the little boy is really her brother. Next, in March of 2014, Kayla left her 17-month-old son in Roberta's care for the weekend. On that Sunday morning, she got the call that every parent fears that her son passed away. The cause of death was undetermined and police couldn't find solid evidence of foul play. But Kayla thinks Roberta is responsible and demands answers for what happened to her son. Will today's show help provide closure these guests covet? Find out on a brand new Steve Wilkos Show."
"Doug (Kevin James) and Carrie (Leah Remini) find themselves with a few thousand houseguests when Arthur (Jerry Stiller) brings home a set of sheets from a motel that have been infested with bed bugs. When Doug’s attempts at do-it-yourself extermination backfire, the Heffernans hire a professional (Chris Elliot) to rid themselves of a situation that definitely bites."
"Carrie has been put in charge of overseeing a group of people who will be organizing and distributing legal documents for one of her firm's big cases. The catch is that her team will have to work the night shift, and they're "not the sharpest tools in the shed." Doug is disappointed by her new appointment because this means that they won't be spending any time together, but then decides to use her time away as an opportunity to do whatever he wants – eat in bed, not brush his teeth before he goes to sleep, etc. Unfortunately, he starts to get a little lonely but soon discovers that Arthur makes a suitable companion to keep him company."
"Max tags along with Caroline when she travels to Los Angeles on a film studio's dime to discuss the idea of making her riches-to-rags life story into a movie. While there, Max loses luggage but finds a new crush."
"After his quick trip to Ithaca, Jerry plans to meet a super model at an airport club, but his assistant, Katie, makes the trip a nightmare. Elaine says she will quit working for Mr. Pitt, but finds out that she's going to be in his will. She becomes a suspect when he overdoses his medication. George tries to prove to his boss that he is not a racist, when he says his boss looks like "Sugar" Ray Leonard. To prove it, he tries to find anyone who's black that will be his friend. While at the airport club, Kramer meets a rich Texan with whom he starts making bets. Kramer hasn't gambled in three years and when he begins to lose, he calls in Newman for reinforcement."
"NBC executives ask Jerry to come up with an idea for a TV series. George decides he can be a sitcom writer and comes up with "nothing." Kramer trades a radar detector for a helmet, later Newman gets a speeding ticket. While waiting to meet the NBC executives, George and Jerry meet Joe Davola, a writer and "a total nut" who goes to the same shrink as Elaine. Jerry searching for conversation, mentions Kramer's party, whereto Joe wasn't invited. While discussing the disaster of the meeting with NBC, George focuses on starting a relationship with the female NBC executive. Kramer shows his approval by throwing up on her. The helmet saves Kramer from an attack by "Crazy" Joe Davola. While all this is going on Elaine is in Europe with her shrink."
Audrey discovers that Russell is a closeted fan of Broadway musicals, a fact she promises to keep secret in exchange for free theater tickets. Meanwhile, Adam and Jennifer take dancing lessons in preparation for their wedding.
"Malik tells Tasha that he is having problems with the offensive coordinator, Kenny, so she sets out to settle the problem. At the end, Tasha and Kenny disagree about Malik's career but end up liking each other."
"Four friends compete to embarrass each other in the ultimate hidden camera showdown. The guys lose their rhythm while teaching dance class, try to hock tickets to fantastical Broadway plays, and demand a rematch in their sudden death debates."