In the third season opener, Wood (Joe Dietl) is hired to shoot a reunion calendar for Chunk Studios where he worked as a porn star in the nineties and is reunited with an old flame (Chuck Saculla). Meanwhile, Todd is approached by a lecherous talent scout and a young male model with a taste for older daddies sets his sights on Nelson.
As the Bears settle into their new house, Reggie (Rick Copp) has to break the news to Nelson that he may be starring as the host of a new true crime reality TV show and also finds his first major story to cover when word gets out about the grisly murder of Chunk Studios cover boy Cody Summers.
Reggie and Wood hit a roadblock at the local precinct when Detectives Winters and Martinez refuse to help them with their investigation of the Cody Summers murder. Meanwhile, Nelson finds inspiration for his audition as a small town southern sheriff in a low budget horror movie from the Detectives' tough talking grizzled boss Captain Frank Coley (Tim Hooper).
While searching for clues in the Cody Summers murder, the Bears are surprised to discover Susie Collins (Loretta Fox) has been reinstated as the County Coroner after a multi-million dollar lawsuit and has used some of her settlement money to splurge on breast implants and a hunky new lab assistant named Big Ben (Piankhi Iknation). Meanwhile, Nelson (Ben Zook) is determined to get a glimpse of an actual dead body in the morgue in preparation for his upcoming horror movie audition.
Wood (Joe Dietl) makes an appointment as a patient at his ex-boyfriend Austin Walker’s chiropractor office in order to keep him distracted while Reggie and Todd comb the place for evidence linking him to the Cody Summers murder. Meanwhile, Nelson anxiously awaits word on whether he got the potentially career changing role of the small town sheriff in the low budget indie horror movie.
The Bears don cowboy hats to blend in with the crowd at a country western bar in the valley where the Chunk models hang out in order to find out who may have had a motive to off Cody Summers. Meanwhile, Wood works to win back Austin's trust, Reggie clashes with rival news reporter Ronnie Bishop and Todd is threatened by Buzz's obvious attraction to Nelson.
Detectives Winters and Martinez are feeling intense pressure from their boss to solve the Chunk model serial murder case and fast before the Bears so they pull out all the stops in order to tag team Wood (Joe Dietl) and distract him so they can search the Bears' house for clues that may have turned up in their own investigation.
The Bears visit a psychiatric facility in order to interrogate their old nemesis Cyril (Scott Beauchemin), who is surprisingly happy to see them and anxious to help profile the elusive serial killer targeting Chunk models but a miscommunication results in Nelson (Ben Zook) winding up alone with the insane murderer who tried to stop his heart with a giant needle.
Todd (Ian Parks) interviews with sleazy talent scout Billy DeWitt (Alec Ledd) to be a Chunk model so the Bears have someone on the inside to poke around for clues, but Nelson, posing as annoying over the top manager Teddy Rose, nearly destroys his chances of getting hired. Meanwhile, Reggie and Wood interrupt a porn shoot in order to question one of the stars who was linked to the victims and may have a piece of valuable information.
Wood (Joe Dietl) dons a pair of glasses that double as a video recording device and dines with the flamboyant owner of Chunk Studios Malcolm Lee at his home in the Silverlake hills hoping to get him to confess to the killings on camera. Meanwhile, Reggie monitors the date from a parked car outside with his newly hired assistant George Ridgemont (George Sebastian) who is burning up with jealousy over the amorous Lee's efforts to lure Wood into his bedroom.
Nelson’s excitement over his first starring role in a low budget feature film playing a small town southern sheriff investigating a series of grisly murders is dampened by the arrival of his bitter acting rival Dickie Calloway (Tuc Watkins) who has been cast as his deputy and makes it his personal mission to sabotage Nelson in front of the camera every chance he gets.
Nelson (Ben Zook) is too busy dealing with Dickie Calloway’s shenanigans to notice that someone has knocked out the actor playing the killer in the movie and taken his place. Meanwhile, Todd reaches his breaking point over Buzz’s blatant flirting with Nelson and Reggie confronts a hot sexy private investigator who has been tailing the Bears.
In the opener, roommates Nelson Dorkoff, Reggie Hatch and Wood Burns (Ben Zook, Rick Copp, Joe Dietl) wake up the morning after a blow out party at their house to find a hot young bear cub in bed with Nelson and a very dead body in their bathtub.
The bears have trouble remembering the dead guy in their bathtub from Nelson's birthday party the night before while Nelson's gorgeous young trick Hot Toddy (Ian Parks) starts acting suspicious.
A sexy detective (Chad Sanders) shows up at the house to question the bears about the body in their bathtub, and it quickly becomes clear the roommates will be suspects if J Cub’s death is ruled a homicide.
In the second season opener, the Bears attend a political fundraiser pool party for Reggie's friend from college who is running for City Council where Nelson has a run in with Todd's ex Ivan (Howard Skora), Wood hits it off with a hot party guest (George Unda), and Reggie clashes with a bitchy campaign aide (Ray Singh).
After Reggie (Rick Copp) discovers his old college chum Elliot Butler (Michael Gans) lying on the floor, shot by an unknown intruder, the police want to take him in for questioning as a suspect. Meanwhile, Nelson is convinced he’s spotted Cyril (Scott Beauchemin) at the party despite the fact he was sent to prison months ago and Wood runs into his old crush Hairy Potter (Pete Cincinnato).
After being cleared by Dectives Winters and Martinez in the murder of his friend Elliot Butler, Reggie (Rick Copp) vows to investigate the case starting with a vital clue he pocketed at the murder scene. Meanwhile, Todd (Ian Parks) moves in with the Bears.