An entrepreneur pitches a laser tag equipment company, and Butch and Rooster put his claims to the test in front of true war heroes to see if he can gain their respect and endorsement.
Butch and Rooster square off between sweaty palms and nasal congestion in a pharmaceutical cage match, to see which product they think can survive in an industry powered by Big Pharma.
Rooster and Butch invite their wives to help them test a new smart phone that has been designed specifically for children by a husband-and-wife duo. They must test the product during a series of rip-roaring date nights.
Butch and Rooster's old acquaintance pitches a product aimed at improving the lives of the blind and visually impaired. Before reaching a verdict on the business, the duo decides to walk a mile in a blind person's shoes.
Butch and Rooster neglect the answering machine to look into barbecue sauce investment. Rooster chooses four of his top contenders to fight for an investment of up to $1 million.
A paranormal investigator thinks his ghost-detecting device could become the next Quija board. Butch and Rooster aren't completely on board until they go down an unexpected path in the outer realm.
Butch and Rooster invite a mother-daughter duo with a live social networking app to join them on Gil's `Adios Amigos Tour', but the two scrappy entrepreneurs must learn how to handle the unexpected when things do not go as planned.
Butch and Rooster receive a call from a live-action role-playing enthusiast from Denmark; the duo invites the Dane to their turf to see if he can show them an experience they will never forget and prove there is a bona fide business to back it up.
A single mother on a mission to make the world a safer place pitches a dash cam device that monitors driver activity in real time; Butch uses the device to monitor his employees' efficiency and safety, but an unexpected trail of deceit is revealed.
Butch and Rooster get a call from a motivational speaker who started a life-coaching business while living in a treehouse; Butch is skeptical life coaching can make money, while Rooster wants to see how it can be done.