Two best friends are working at a Toronto law firm. So you're over-worked and sometimes get very bored. So you turn to really dumb thing, but hey that's what sometimes happens at the law firm.
In an effort to win a $500 bet made with Clark, Sam weasels a deal with Maxine. He pledges to split the winnings with her if she dates him, but quickly realizes that there may be more to Maxine than meets the eye. Clark decides that his food cravings are unbearable and hastily trades Millie for a snack. However, he quickly learns that life without Millie is no life at all. Robin finds it impossible to concentrate without the usual noises around the office.
When a new firewall threatens the sanity of everyone at Fagen & Harrison, Sam befriends the I.T guys, Stacey and Keach. But Clarke becomes embroiled in a battle that leaves him at the mercy of Keach. After discovering that she has a powerful pitch, Robin joins the firm's softball team.
After dropping Fagen's prized war photo into an aquarium, Robin attempts to remedy the situation by recreating the photo with the help of Sam. Meanwhile Clark, deals with a crisis of his own when he is exposed in the company calendar. Clark goes to outrageous lengths to rid himself of his newly coined nickname, "Lil Nut."
When Robin refuses to turn over a joint to Clark for his enjoyment, Clark retaliates by telling Kaplan that Robin has a drug problem. Instead of reprimanding Robin for her drug use, Kaplan mistakes Robin for a dealer, asking her to hook him up. Sam is forced to dress up in a pigeon costume for Fagen's Children's Charity. Things go horribly wrong when Suzie, the liaison for Fagen's charity, mistakes him for a furry.
Clark returns home from a holiday to discover that his father has entered him in the electioneering for City Council. His campaign hits a snag when his opponent starts a smear campaign. Determined to win, Clark pretends to be gay to get media attention and community support. Clark Sr. traps Sam in an elevator after he refuses to press the lobby button for him.
After hearing that Sam wasn't happy with his office artwork, Vic generously gives him some artwork of his own, forcing Sam to feign a profound appreciation of the borrowed art. Fagen and Harrison initiates mandatory lie detector testing for all its employees, resulting in Sam and Clark learning some surprising news about Robin.
Tired of watching men get promoted over her, Robin invents a fictitious male lawyer, Allen McBeal. Her plan backfires when Millie develops feelings for Allen. Sam is ecstatic when film producer Leonard St. Cross wants to make his movie, but has second thoughts when the film begins to move in a more adult direction.
Having never had the chicken pox, Clark tries desperately, and fails miserably, to quarantine himself when an outbreak reaches employees at Fagen and Harrison. Robin looks forward to the tropical vacation she's been awarded for billing the most hours at the firm, but is unpleasantly surprised when all she gets is an old fashioned roasting.