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 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 Detectives 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.
While following a lead to The Stockroom, a popular Silver Lake fetish shop, the Bears fall into the clutches of a wild-eyed dominatrix named Mistress Lena (special guest star Margaret Cho), who comes armed with an array of sex toys including an electric cattle prod, a spinning torture wheel and a vibrating dildo.
The Bears infiltrate the Faultline, a popular Silver Lake leather bar to track down Elliot Butler's campaign aide Mo Kapoor (Ray Singh), who they are convinced is connected to his murder. Meanwhile, Reggie blows off a potential suitor (Mark Rowe), Wood tries to hide the fact he's fooling around with both Detective Winters and Detective Martinez, and Todd (Ian Parks) intervenes when Nelson and Reggie are threatened by a couple of burly thugs named Bert and Ernie.
After interviewing the DJ at the Faultline leather bar, Reggie learns Elliot's campaign manager was having secret meetings with a hot personal trainer (Shannon Ward), which could be a lead in the Elliot Butler murder investigation. Meanwhile, Nelson drinks too much after hearing Todd’s confession about his past and winds up on a pole wearing nothing but a jock strap in an embarrassing attempt to upstage Todd’s ex-boyfriend Ivan (Howard Skora).
After having a nightmare about Cyril busting out of prison to exact his revenge on him, Nelson is horrified to discover that the crazed killer actually did escape and has been on the lam since last Christmas and that Reggie may know more that he is admitting about why Cyril may have come back to Silver Lake.
After coming up empty at the gym where the mysterious personal trainer who may be connected to Elliot's murder works out, the Bears track down a former friend of his to a Silver Lake diner in hopes of finding a lead to his whereabouts. But Todd’s charm offensive to secure information from the hot muscle bear (Chuck Villano) sends a jealous Nelson spiraling.
The Bears go undercover at a political fundraiser for Elliot Butler's chief opponent Danny Pendleton (Chris LeVoie) as a cater waiter, a literary celebrity and a couple of rich donors from Texas in order to get close to the candidate’s wife, former beauty pageant queen Mary Ashley Pendleton (Becky Thyre), who they suspect may have ordered a hit on Elliot to insure her husband wins the election.
When the Bears host a movie night at their house, Nelson plays matchmaker by inviting Jeremy Richards (Mark Rowe) without warning Reggie, who is more interested in pursuing the next clue in the Elliot Butler murder. Meanwhile, Nelson is having trouble adjusting to living with Todd.
Nelson, Reggie and Wood break into Danny Pendleton's campaign headquarters to dig up evidence for their latest theory that Elliot's opponent was sleeping with his wife's personal trainer Turbo and seduced him into knocking off Elliot thereby eliminating his stiffest competition, but a sexy bear security guard (James St. James) interferes with their plans.
When Nelson, Reggie and Wood are arrested and booked for breaking and entering, frantic calls to Todd go unanswered and the Bears are left to rely on Wood’s obsessed Colt fan George Ridgemont (George Sebastain) to bail them out, but the cash-strapped dentist only has enough funds to spring one of them.
After Todd (Ian Parks) bails out Nelson and Reggie from jail where Nelson gave acting lessons to inmates and Reggie found romance behind bars, Nelson (Ben Zook) is shocked to discover Todd spent the evening with his ex Ivan. Meanwhile, Wood (Joe Dietl) finds himself in a compromising position after his number one fan the devoted dentist George Ridgemont (George Sebastian) offers a free teeth cleaning.
When Wood (Joe Dietl) tags along on a stake out with the detectives who hope to locate the elusive personal trainer Turbo (Shannon Ward) and haul him in for questioning regarding the Elliot Butler murder, Wood’s cluelessness finally exposes the fact that he is sexually involved with both Detective Winters and Detective Martinez, who are not only partners in the line of duty but partners in life as well.
After interrogating Turbo all night at the precinct, Detectives Winters and Martinez reveal he had an airtight alibi on the day of Elliot Butler’s murder sending the Bears back to square one until they stumble upon another important clue that Wood recorded on his cell phone during the pool party.
While investigating an old rugby teammate of Todd’s at a local gym, the Bears cross paths with disgraced former county coroner Susie Collins (Loretta Fox), who has been fired from her job for sexual harrasment and is now coaching a gay men’s rugby team.
Reggie (Rick Copp) finally agrees to a dinner date with the handsome Jeremy Richards (Mark Rowe), who has made no secret of the fact he would like more than just sex, but the home-cooked meal at Jeremy’s apartment is just a ruse so Reggie can rifle through is personal belongings to uncover evidence connecting him to the Elliot Butler murder after the Bears discover he had a fight with the victim right before he was shot.
When Nelson (Ben Zook) shows up at Ivan’s casting office to confront him about his suspicious relationship with Elliot Butler, he’s quickly distracted by auditions to be the spokesman for an adult diaper product called Soak ‘Ems and is determined to win the part and become the face of incontinence.
After Nelson (Ben Zook) stumbles across the murder weapon that killed Elliot Butler, the police put an APB out on the main suspect who is on the run and possibly hiding out near the Bears’ house in Silver Lake where he could be awaiting the opportunity to exact revenge.
After a violent home invasion, the Bears rent a house in the mountains of Big Bear for some rest and relaxation, but while hosting a game night for some of their friends Reggie finds a clue while playing a game of Celebrity that suggests the real killer is still on the loose and ready to strike again at any time.
Reggie (Rick Copp), who is shaken by the killer’s taunting clue during the game of Celebrity, finds solace in the arms of Jeremy (Mark Rowe) unaware of the lengths prison escapee Cyril (Scott Beauchemin) will go to claim him as his own. Meanwhile, Detective Martinez shows up at the Big Bear house to find his husband Detective Winters (Chad Sanders) in bed with Wood.
In Part One of the two part season finale, Reggie (Rick Copp) finally realizes the plot hatched to dispose of Elliot Butler dates back to their college days as fraternity brothers and the word Elliot whispered in his ear right before he died is actually the killer’s true identity.
In Part Two of the heart stopping season finale, a violent confrontation with a crazed killer in the mountains of Big Bear could cost the Bears’ one of their own in a literal cliffhanger.
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.