Season 3 starts out with their unabashed openness: Grace and Frankie have started their own business, manufacturing vibrators for the elderly, and they’re not going to let social hang-ups about sex or ageist business practices get in their way.
Grace and Frankie try to get a bank loan to help start their new business. Frankie's art show is rife with family tensions and minor dramas.
Grace and Frankie pitch their business plan at a hip startup incubator. Grace fights with Jacob. Sol and Robert play hooky from work.
Grace and Frankie put together a focus group to test their vibrator prototype, but things go awry. Robert and Sol audition for a play.
After they're robbed, Frankie is rattled, but Grace has a secret. With Robert in rehearsals and making new friends, Sol feels left out.
Furious about Grace's revelation, Frankie refuses to make up with her. In the wake of his fight with Sol, Robert decides to come out to his mother.
Frankie refuses to go home, and all the kids are dragged into Grace and Frankie's fight. Grace, Brianna and Mallory smoke Frankie's pot together.
The ladies hurt their backs and can’t get off the floor. Coyote looks for a new home. Robert frets over unresolved issues with his mom.
Grace and Frankie launch their business, and Bud brings gifts they're reluctant to accept. Sol is upset that Bud wants to fire a longtime employee.
Jacob shares something with Frankie that upsets her. Everyone rallies around Robert when his mother dies. Mallory confides in Brianna.
Sol and Robert pitch in when Grace and Frankie are overwhelmed with orders. Bud is thrown for a loop by his girlfriend’s interest in the Ménage à Moi.
Grace and Frankie send a cease and desist letter to the company that stole their idea. A homophobic church group protests Robert's play rehearsals.
Grace wants Frankie to go to the hospital after a medical incident, but Frankie insists on alternative healing. The protests disrupt Robert's play.