Buddy’s making one of his weirdest cakes ever for a client’s boyfriend who is like a human garbage disposal when it comes to eating. A couple also wants a tow truck wedding cake. Anthony’s mistakes leave Buddy questioning his cousin's future.
Buddy is making a 14-foot, 800-pound replica of Mighty Mike, an alligator at the New Jersey Aquarium. The former Mrs. New Jersey asks Buddy to make her a dazzling pageant cake. Momma prepares for a long journey to Israel to receive medical treatment.
Buddy creates a samurai cake for the 50th Anniversary of a New York martial arts school. Also, Buddy makes a patriotic cake for the Mayor of Jersey City. When things get stressful at work, he turns the decorating room into a sumo-wrestling ring!
It's all hands on deck when Buddy and the team create a pirate themed cake. Buddy and the family get ready to open a new bakery in Connecticut, but opening Carlo's Sweet Room is a lot more complicated than everyone expects.
Buddy makes a cake that has to be delivered in a hot air balloon! Tensions are high in the baking room as Cousin Anthony questions Buddy’s authority. Momma put her hopes into a trip to Israel for an important step in her treatment for her ALS.
Summer projects are in full force and the Gosselin’s take on landscaping. Despite complaints, Gator Rides and hard work ensue, then the family takes time for lemonade, yoga and an unexpected burial.
Kate and the kids head north for one last summer adventure. There are fun things planned along the way like a stop at Plimoth Plantation, lobster filled lunches, arts and crafts, and outdoor excursions.
Will & Zoe have a swimming lesson. Later, Jen works at the SIM Center with the Fire Department & gets an invitation to visit a local fire station with the family. 5-year old Will is beyond thrilled to meet real fire fighters and ride in a fire truck.
The Hamils are gearing up for Halloween, and Michelle thinks it's the perfect time to start new family traditions. On the big night, everyone dresses in costume - even Dan! Meanwhile, Michelle thinks son Jack is old enough to start doing chores.
Motivated by the importance of keeping weight off their joints, the family improves their diet, but no one is happy to eat vegetables! Michelle prepares for her first 5K run, and Dan encourages Jack to take part in a Little People golf tournament.