While hosting a Cinco de Mayo bash, Mayra is taken aback by Luz' opinion of her; Lorena and Karla try to get to know Luz better; Mayra offers Anayancy help with planning a charity event; a girls' night out leads to one friend crossing the line.
The girls' night drama continues, leaving Luz and Mayra on the outs; Penny is conflicted about breaking with tradition when it comes to matters involving her son; Luz, Penny, Anayancy, and Karla run the Spartan Race.
Karla, Lorena, Mayra, and their families enjoy a Mariachi Mass; while Anayancy struggles to fill out her citizenship application, Luz opens up about a citizenship story of her own; Penny invites the women to a charity fashion show.
Mayra and her son discover their inner artists; Luz hosts the other women for a concealed handgun class; Karla looks for a way to embrace her husband's Greek culture; Mayra and Luz agree to sit down to hash out their differences.
Lorena throws herself a birthday luncheon; Mayra has an emotional breakdown, putting her friendship with Karla at risk; Penny invites the ladies to a pole dancing class; Anayancy studies for her citizenship test, which is harder than she expected.
Karla and her husband throw a Havana Nights-themed party; Penny decides to take the group on a quick couples' get-away to Horseshoe Bay; after a day of drinking, Mayra gets a hold of Penny's phone and reads a group chat not meant for her eyes.
In Horseshoe Bay, the women unleash months of pent-up feelings they have towards Mayra; completely shocked, Mayra is comforted by an unlikely friend; Penny gets advice that leads her to stick up for Mayra at Anayancy's charity event.
The women think Penny showed Mayra the group chat on purpose; the men plan a Fourth of July party to try and repair the women's friendships; Karla gives Penny the cold shoulder when they join Luz and Janet at the San Antonio Gay Pride Parade.