The gang ties up loose ends before facing the reality that they might go to jail by midnight, leaving it up to Dory to figure something out.
The gang must get $60,000 to their blackmailer; Joy follows Fat Franky around town, which doesn’t end as suspected.
Dory and Drew receive a visit from hot-on-the-trail Officer Joy Hartman, meet up with a renewed Elliott, and still make it to Portia’s play on time.
While the gang’s distance grows, Dory drops in on Keith’s funeral, Drew investigates the threatening flowers left at his work, Portia severs ties with her mother, Elliott endures group therapy, and Julian suspects Mary may be more than she seems.
As Elliott descends into insanity, the gang turns their backs on Dory, who begins working with Julian at a political campaign.
The gang is invited to Chappaqua, where they receive the key to the city for finding Chantal. Meanwhile, a police woman named Joy begins to uncover their tracks.
The darkness creeps back in as the friends make choices fueled by paranoia. Dory is confronted by Keith’s ex-wife, while Portia is cast in a play about the Manson Murders, and Drew begins a long con to escape to China.
Life after murder proves to be harder than expected as the friends readjust to their superficial Brooklyn lives.
The gang goes on a mission to cover up Keith’s semi-accidental murder and return Chantal to her family, with just a few major roadblocks along the way.