Upon urging from his therapist, Pauly signs a contract with himself to not have casual sex on the road. To help him stay on the path, Pauly visits with his father, Sammy, at a health spa. There, they talk about Pauly's love life, and Pauly invites his dad to open for him in Austin. Of course, Pauly's responsibilities at The Comedy Store never end; while away, he employs Marc and Frank to find catering for under $1500. It's always been Mitzi's worry that people can't laugh and eat at the same time, but she's giving Pauly one chance to get this right.
On the road to Austin, Pauly's tour bus stops for a lunch break at Bone Daddy's where Sammy picks up on two cute, young waitresses, already threatening Pauly's plans of celibacy. On the food front, Frank and Marc meet with an upscale caterer and visit sushi and Ethiopian restaurants to no avail. It seems that no one can provide food for less than $1500. After a great opening night in Austin, Pauly fends off swarms of adoring female fans while Sammy flirts with the Bone Daddy waitresses. Panicked, Pauly calls his sex therapist and she quickly advises him to find a girl that won't have casual sex with him. Luckily, Pauly meets a single mother who's never had a one night stand. Pauly soon gets a glimpse of what life would be like with a kid. Although he's tired of living the life of a playboy, he's also not ready to be a father.
In the end, Pauly and Sammy have a great final set together and a touching father-and-son moment in the green room.