S3, EP22 "Call Me a Donut Wall"
Randi and Carter decide to get married at the courthouse; things take a turn for the worse when Kat accidentally gets Randi's wedding ring stuck on her finger; country superstar Russell Dickerson offers Max a life-changing career opportunity.
S3, EP21 "Call Me Pretty Kitty"
To take her mind off their breakup, Kat attends a cat show with Sheila and Randi; Kat's competitive side is brought to life, when local cat lover Val thinks Kat and her rescue cat have no chance of bringing home a trophy.
S3, EP20 "Call Me Consciously Uncoupled"
Kat and Max have some news to share, but attempt to keep it a secret until after Sheila's big birthday bash; Carter breaks a pre-wedding superstition and thinks he is cursed.
S3, EP19 "Call Me Not Okurrr"
In the heat of the moment, Zoey kisses Kat at karaoke night; when Randi discovers a secret hideaway in the condo, she hides it from Carter and makes it a place for her to unwind.
S3, EP18 "Call Me Toilet Roboto"
Max hosts singer Zoey Monroe in hopes of advancing his career as a songwriter; Carter punctures a pipe inside a kitchen cabinet causing a flood in the condo; Randi and Carter find themselves staying at Sheila's.
S3, EP17 "Call Me Lady Avenger"
Sheila must supplement her savings after moving to Valley Hills, which has turned out to be quite an expensive senior community; Kat offers Sheila a job and it doesn't go as planned; Randi and Carter think about the future of their family.
S3, EP16 "Call Me Worth the Wait"
When Kat becomes jealous after hearing a song Max wrote, she tries to plan a romantic evening for the two of them to spice up their relationship; Randi learns how to be a cool, yet responsible, stepmom.
S3, EP15 "Call Me Cat's in the Cradle"
Max receives a surprise visit from his dad for the first time in 30 years; Sheila and Gideon help Randi and Carter renovate their condo.
S3, EP14 "Call Me Better Than Paul Rudd"
Kat and Max move in together and host a Super Bowl party in their new apartment but face some relationship trouble along the way; Randi tries to make some extra cash.
S3, EP13 "Call Me Fatty Patty"
In celebration of Max's birthday, Kat, Randi and Carter jointly gift him a recreational vehicle rental so they can go on a road trip together; Gideon decides to join in on the trip; Randi and Carter bicker over where they should live together.
S3, EP12 "Call Me Ichabod Evel Knievel"
Kat hires a new baker at the Kat Cafe and shows him around town; Max and Carter wingman for Sheila.
S3, EP11 "Call Me Prescription Roulette"
Sheila grows jealous after Kat hits it off with her new retirement home friends; Randi tries to find a way to tell Carter that she doesn't like her engagement ring.
S3, EP10 "Call Me Philliam"
Phil's mother shows up at Kat's Cafe to fill in as baker while Phil is away.
S3, EP9 "Call Me Chrismukkah"
Kat joins Max at his rock climbing gym to keep a close eye on him; Carter has to spice up the bar after being excluded from a Christmas pub crawl.
S3, EP8 "Call Me Fancy Puffenstuff"
Kat's murder mystery-themed friendsgiving dinner isn't a crowdpleaser; Phil has a romantic dilemma; Kat tries to encourage Max's career ambitions, but she worries that he has a bigger problem.
S3, EP7 "Call Me Dame Booty Clench"
Kat is drained from helping Sheila run errands all over town; Phil is exhausted from partying every night with his new boyfriend; Carter needs a self-esteem boost.
S3, EP6 "Call Me the Hot Chick Two"
Kat and Max finally go on a first date, after a steamy hookup, but they can't seem to act like themselves; Carter attempts to train his son for track but realizes Randi might make a better coach.
S3, EP5 "Call Me Uncle Dad"
Carter hosts a Halloween Octoberfest party at The Middle C, but struggles to get customers in; Kat continues her journey to find a donor; Phil has a great night with a potential love interest.
S3, EP4 "Call Me Donor Four-Five-Seven"
Kat decides that she would like to pursue motherhood and her friends jump at the chance to help her find a donor; Max and Carter go check out a new bar.
S3, EP3 "Call Me Thor"
Kat spends the day with Max and his nephew, Thor, and realizes she enjoys being around a baby; Carter confesses that he has lied to Randi about liking scary movies and his decision to watch them is haunting him.
S3, EP2 "Call Me Skeeter Juice"
It's time for Sheila to renew her driver's license, but she refuses to go take the test; Phil urges the group to try his mama's moonshine despite their skepticism; Max finally sells a song to be used in a national commercial.
S3, EP1 "Call Me Ken Jennings"
Kat is seated next to "Jeopardy!" contestant Ken Jennings on her flight home; Kat discovers some significant changes have been made to the cafe by Randi and Phil; Max has returned home from his time in Nashville.