"When the house next door to Doug (Kevin James) and Carrie (Leah Remini) goes up for sale, they don't understand why Deacon (Victor Williams) and Kelly (Merrin Dungey) aren't jumping at the chance to be their new neighbors."
"Doug’s (Kevin James) mother, Janet (Jenny O’Hara), comes to visit and soon reveals that card games with her retired friends has allowed her to bring more than just cupcakes to the table, and Doug takes her on a mother-son card hustling spree. Carrie (Leah Remini) receives diction lessons from Spence (Patton Oswalt) when she learns that her New Yawk accent has been keeping her in coffee serving positions at the Dugan Group."
A new employee with an axe to grind against Audrey files a sexual harassment claim against her. Meanwhile, after being teased for playing cricket, Timmy challenges Jeff to a game to prove the sport is not for wimps.
An overly enthusiastic Audrey pushes it too far with a surrogate mother who she and Jeff are considering paying to have their baby. Meanwhile, Russell shamelessly pokes fun at Jennifer and Adam's wedding Web site.
"George discovers that he still has the high score on the Frogger machine in a pizza place him and Jerry used to go to in high school. Jerry goes out with a friend of Elaine's, but when he wants to break up with her, news of a serial killer in the area makes him reconsider. Meanwhile, Elaine is overwhelmed by how frequently there is an occasion to eat cake at work. When she finally refuses to partake, she ends up eating something that she shouldn't - for a variety of reasons."
"Jerry hires a maid for his apartment, but ends up paying her for more than just cleaning. George, desperate for attention at work, tries to think up a catchy nickname for himself. Meanwhile, Kramer tries to manage a suddenly long-distance relationship, while Elaine gets a new phone number that formerly belonged to a recently deceased grandmom."