It's senior year and the finish line is in sight. Zoey returns to Cal U from her adventures on the road as a stylist. She and Aaron are finally in sync, romantically; but for the rest of the crew - just as it's all coming together, it's all coming apart at the seams.
Summer is heating up. Zoey and the gang head to Mexico for a summer getaway filled with drinking games, new hook-ups, some relationship drama … and even a wedding!
While in Mexico, Zoey and Aaron find themselves in trouble following their first night out as a couple. Ana debates with Jazz about Javi and the status of their relationship. Doug and Luca continue on their excursion with two local ladies.
The gang finally return to Cal U after a global pandemic stalls their senior year. In order to graduate, Zoey needs to secure an internship and must face Rochelle in the process.
After learning about his expulsion, Vivek dreads telling his parents about his failures. Dealing with the aftermath of Mexico, Dre questions Zoey's recent choices. Meanwhile, Doug meets Kiela, a new resident at Hawkins.
After an unarmed Black man is shot by police, the crew reacts in different ways to the news. Kiela and Doug butt heads when she wants to use his party to raise awareness.
The crew hits the streets of Los Angeles to fight for racial justice and equality. Nomi confronts her White Fragility, while Ana and Javi reach a boiling point in their relationship.
When Zoey's ideas are used without credit by her boss, she debates whether to speak up and risk her internship - or sit silently. Jazz seeks medical leave from the track team by going to therapy. Aaron tries to make a good impression.
After Luca calls out Zoey's boss on social media, Zoey tries to regain control over cancel culture - but things backfire. Jazz and Des grow closer as Jazz teaches herself to lean on Sky less.
At a luau party with the crew, Zoey accepts Luca's career advice, making Aaron uncomfortable. Doug and Kiela navigate a roadblock in their relationship, while Vivek tries to help Nomi and Ana take their minds off the LSATs.
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