When Sol and Ricky's father falls into the meat grinder, they are faced with a dilemma: pursue Ricky's rock n' roll dreams, or follow Sol's vision to continue the family butchery business. Doug struggles to become a man after botching his rite of manhood firewalk.
Sol needs fresh meat for his Stewfest entry, Ricky seeks to hide out from his girlfriend's angry brother, and Doug hopes to get rich by finding Bigfoot, so they all head into the forest. Sol befriends his prey, Ricky becomes one with nature, and Doug challenges Bigfoot to a rousing game of Jenga.
Ricky achieves his rock n' roll dream by getting signed to a major label, however, as part of the rival band Feedbag. After knocking a woman off a bridge, Sol plunges into alcoholism. After getting mugged, Doug takes martial arts and becomes a bouncer.
After coughing up his balls, Sol gives up butchery for a less manly job - the construction union. Ricky and Doug search for the biggest boobs in the world, and end up at the circus. There Doug confronts the lion that ate his parents, and Ricky gets a job washing the fattest woman in the world.
After nearly getting killed by angry husbands, Ricky settles down with a mail-order bride. Needing help around the shop, Sol orders an exchange student to exploit. Doug's worried he'll lose his job, and in a fit of jealous rage he destroys Sol's guitar by accident.
The government is about to seize the family cottage, and Ricky is under doctor's orders to take it easy after a heart attack, so the boys head up north for one last weekend. Sol tries to save the cottage by entering a fishing derby, Ricky tries to lose weight with a tapeworm, and Doug persues fame and fortune by faking a UFO sighting.
Dreaming of breast augmentation (for himself) Ricky loses the shop in a low-stakes poker game. He enters a big money butchery contest to try and win it back, but is kidnapped before he can compete. Sol beaks his finger recording a secret song for Ricky, so he's forced to train Doug to finally become a butcher.
Sol orders an anteater for a new ship promotion, but receives a crate of refugees instead. Ricky and Sol are arrested for smuggling humans and thrown in jail, and Doug is left alone to run the shop with the help of his new refugee friends. Ricky and Sol complete in jail for the attention of the other inmates, and Doug learns that a pack of refugees can be as annoying as a girlfriend.
Doug finds a possessed porn magazine at a library book sale that sucks the souls of its readers. Sol caters a funeral and, after spicing the meat with zombie ash, creates and controls an army of the undead. Ricky gets his soul sucked by Doug's satanic porn magazine, allowing him to write a prodigal hit song, which he sells to a major label.
Sol gets sucked into buying a timeshare in the Middle East, and flees there after being accused of stealing things all over town. Ricky forms a vigilante group to hunt and kill his brother, while Doug creates a charity to try and pay the rent.
After a fire in the shop, Doug is forced to attend a fire safety seminar, where he falls in love with a really old lady. Sol, left alone, must cover for Doug, but struggles with simple cleaning techniques. Tired of getting stiffed at gigs, Ricky finally lands a paying show - and botches the address.
Ricky gets suckled by pigs after a car accident with a farm truck, throwing his manly rock god status into serious jeopardy. He then seeks to restore it by suing the pig farmer. Sol teams up with a local poacher and sells endangered meat to help fund the case. Doug befriends a dog, and learns to lie to impress women.
Sol and Ricky pursue the woman of their dreams on a cruise ship - the same woman. Sol attempts to crush coal into diamonds to impress her, while Ricky goes on steroids. After spotting his infomercial idol on board, Doug tries to sell him on his fabulous braided mop technique, the "Rehydrator."
After the government slates the shop for demolition, the boys hit the nearest Native Canadian Reservation to get 'fake proof' that the shop is built on sacred Native burial grounds. While on the 'Rez', Doug becomes a medicine man in fear of the 'chicken fever', and Ricky puts on a rock show for the hostile youth.
Doug, after being arrested for buying concert tickets illegally, is forced to go undercover and infiltrate the world of Nick Kiedis, Steeltown's biggest ticket scalper. Ricky and Sol attend a rockin' concert, but Ricky's full-body rash and Sol's pee shyness threaten to ruin their fun.
The boys meet their #1 fan, a goofy kid named Friso. Sol uses Friso's dirt-bike skills to lure customers to the shop, and Ricky feigns friendship with Friso to get close to his promiscuous single mother. Doug has an accident and struggles to cope with his resulting disability, and is duped into acting as a drug mule.
After reading his fortune, Doug discovers he has 12 hours to live. Ricky uses the news as a way to score the band a spot on Jaco's benefit concert, while Sol decides to build a robotic janitor to replace Doug.
Ricky, after beating local angry Greek man Jaco in a fight, piledrives his way into the world of pro-wrestling. Culture and tradition collide when Sol must also fight Jaco, only it's a battle for the heart of Jaco's beautiful daughter Suncheeps. Meanwhile, Doug learns the practicalities of a sewing kit when he becomes Ricky's secret guardian angel.
Sol has an epiphany whilst delivering a baby calf, and promptly gives up his life as a butcher. As he is sucked into a life of deadly Veganism, Sol's mental and physical health deteriorate rapidly, and he really starts to look like hell. Ricky and Doug seek to promote the band by creating violent makeshift rockets, which do a lot more harm than good.
Ricky is sweet talked into a recording deal with a local producer who later turns out to be a maniacal song-stealing killer. Sol turns the shop into a haunted house attraction which becomes possessed by his dead father’s ghost.
Ricky thinks band merchandise is the last step in achieving rock stardom, so he quits the shop for a higher paying job at the local Steel Mill. Doug creates the ultimate marinade unknowingly using marijuana as a key ingredient while Sol fears he may have a touch of the Gonorrhea.
When Doug delves into the world of role playing games Sol fears he may have joined a cult. Seeking advice from a priest, they attempt an intervention only to discover that Ricky is actually the one dabbling in satanism. After an exorcism and some light hypnosis, Ricky becomes a born again Christian while Sol second guesses his decision to get the church involved with family business.
Ricky takes advice from a metrosexual womanizing playboy, and changes his look and approach to women, in the hopes of finally scoring. Doug lands a role in a major motion picture event, and Sol sells meat on credit to some dirty bums.
Sol and Ricky accidentally become stars in the world of musical sex education, but Sol's enthusiasm for his craft lands him in some hot water with local authorities. Doug, while trying to leave porno behind and find a nice girl, actually ends up starring in an adult film. It's Sol's chance to redeem himself when he and Ricky rush to stop Doug from doing something he'll regret forever.
When the boys get caught parking in a handicapped spot, they each offer a bizarre justification to the by-law officer, including space travel, sharkmen, the Olympics, and a giant lactating stripper.
After experiencing all the tell tale symptoms, Doug believes he's pregnant. Sol, desperate for a way to beat competitor MEATCO's newest cut of meat, believes Doug's miraculous conception can only mean that the Messiah of butchery is on the way to bring him the answer. Meanwhile Ricky meets the women of his dreams and struggles to deal with her three children.