Arthur, a Cubs superfan, is determined to break the consecutive attendance record for opening day games but finds himself without a ticket and is left scrambling to find a way into Wrigley Field.
Superior Donuts Episode Guide
Franco's girlfriend begins to wonder if he still has feelings for Sofia when he turns to her for advice; Fawz dons a disguise and goes under cover to catch the culprit who's been stealing from one of his restaurants.
Randy is asked by her former supervisor to talk to a female rookie who filed a sexual harassment complaint against him; Arthur's usual arrangement with a health inspector to ignore violations in the shop goes awry when a new inspector shows up.
Frustrated by Fawz's willingness to exploit Black History Month, Franco invites a former Negro League baseball player to the shop to share his story; Randy decides to investigate a mysterious woman Tush meets through an online dating site.
When Franco discovers that his new girlfriend is rich, he questions her true reasons for dating him; Arthur significantly raises the price of his donuts to help pay for a new boat motor and winds up attracting the hipster crowd he once rejected.
Arthur hires Fawz's son at the shop; Franco encourages the aspiring DJ to skip college and follow his dream; Sofia must contend with unruly goats and other unexpected challenges while organizing the Uptown Winter Carnival.
Sweatpants is given the choice of finding a job to help pay the rent or finding a new place to live; Tush and Fawz go to great lengths to help Randy build a social media presence that will inspire envy in her ex.
Convinced his first art-school assignment is a masterpiece, Franco is shocked by a below-average grade; Arthur is determined to find the customer who gave his shop's coffee a negative online review.
Franco tries to help Arthur after he decides to run against Fawz in a local election; Tush and Randy realize they crossed paths long before the donut shop.
An admission from Franco and Sofia on the eve of her first big catering gig shocks Arthur and the gang; Randy and Tush take temp jobs as security guards.
Franco fires Arthur's longtime flour supplier for making offensive comments, but struggles to find a more principled replacement; Randy reluctantly agrees to let Tush crash at her place.
Franco signs up to be a Big Brother but is disappointed when the kid bonds more with Arthur.
Franco questions Randy's capabilities as a police officer after Randy gets aggressive during a traffic stop; Arthur follows Randy to prove she is a good cop.
Arthur's business is threatened by an ambitious young entrepreneur who parks her food truck in front of the donut shop; Franco grows frustrated trying to following his dream of going to college.
An armed robbery at the donut shop prompts Arthur, Franco and Sofia to make life-changing decisions.
Franco decides to apply for a prestigious art fellowship, but he must compete against his girlfriend to win the trip to Italy to study for a semester; Randy gets more than she bargains for when she hires Tush as her personal assistant.
With U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents conducting raids in Uptown, Sofia turns to Franco for help hiding her undocumented brother, Rafael, who faces deportation to Colombia. Also, Tush decides it's time to give up his daily sugar rush.
Arthur's offer to teach Franco to drive hits a speed bump when a cop catches Arthur with an expired license; Tush prepares to attend his friend Harry's wedding.