Season four starts several years in the future, and much has happened since we last saw our characters at the end of season three: Alex and Rae are raising a child, Laura is returning from her time abroad with a new job and serious girlfriend, and Valerie is about to make a big life change of her own. The technology may be streamlined, but the relationships are messier than ever.
When Laura returns following an extended period abroad, Valerie quickly discovers that restoring their fractured relationship might prove more difficult than she had hoped. Meanwhile, Alex’s attempts at controlling his new family order are thwarted when an unwelcome presence enters the equation.
A sudden death has Val questioning her life choices, while Alex struggles with Jeff’s intrusion in his family. Laura finds it difficult to balance her relationship with her new career and Leon and Leia receive unexpected news.
The realities of Valerie’s impulsive decision begin to take hold as Laura endures the fallout from her fight with Tathiana. Alex navigates the bizarre world of virtual dating and makes a surprising connection.
Alex embarks on a psychedelic getaway only to encounter anunpleasant figure from his past, while Valerie runs into an old flame during a night out with John. Laura maneuvers a new career opportunity around an inscrutable boss.
During Alex’s Last Super Bowl party gone awry, Valerie introduces John to the gang as Alex processes Rae’s decision to move out. Laura has a chance run-in with Tathiana. And Leon and Leia are at an impasse after Leia’s recent revelation.
Following a day of misguided decisions, Alex, Valerie, and Laura begin their overdue pilgrimage to Dawn’s. But when their road trip takes an accidental turn, each faces an obstacle that tests their willpower in different ways.
Alex’s “first date” with Rae goes less smoothly than planned, while a stubborn John tries Val’s patience. Laura returns to Tathiana with a newfound resolve, and Leon and Leia begin the process of mediation.