In the second season premiere, Buddy and his crew are given the task of making a cake with the theme of poisonous plants. Also, a customer wants to propose at the shop so Buddy makes a cake in the shape of an engagement box.
Buddy and his crew are asked to make a cake for Dylan's Candy Bar. Buddy's sisters think that he could use an assistant.
In this episode, Buddy delivers a rollerskate themed cake while on rollerskates. Also, a robot cake is created by the staff.
Buddy creates a billiards table cake for football player Justin Tuck and gets an opportunity to show off his pool skills. The bakery gets a make-over with unexpected results and Buddy makes a cake for the painters.
An over-the-top space-themed cake is created for a local planetarium. Later the guys go golfing to find inspiration for a golf-tournament cake.
Buddy and team feel lost in space while creating a cake for a planetarium; the guys have to create a golf tournament cake, so they go golfing for inspiration.
After making a buffet-style cake for Major League Eating, the bakery heavyweights are challenged to an eating contest. While making a cake for the Coney Island Circus Sideshow, one of Frankie's biggest fears is exposed.
Buddy and his crew create a holiday-themed cake for drag queen Miss Richfield 1981; Buddy is begged by cousin Anthony and Stretch to let them deliver a cake to a party full of women, but the boss has a trick up his sleeve.
Buddy is asked to make a cake for the Long Island Hells Angels; Buddy bakes a tea party-themed cake for Upper East Side socialites.
It's a race against the clock at the bakery when the crew tries to make 50 wedding cakes in just seven days. Buddy aims to impress with his most elaborate wedding cake yet, but delivering it proves to be a challenge for Anthony.
Buddy is inspired to create a new cake recipe when he is asked to make an apple tree cake for a local orchard. Mary threatens to buy her 40th birthday cake from a rival baker when Buddy doesn't give her the attention she requires.
Everyone at the bakery couldn't be more thrilled to make a cake for Sesame Street's 40th anniversary but this cake is no walk in the park and problems arise early. Buddy also creates a very special surprise for his favorite Sesame Street character.
The crew channels their inner animal when they're asked to make a cake for the 110th birthday of the Bronx Zoo. They also make a cake for the grand opening of the only movie theater in Hoboken, once the client makes up their mind about the design!
Buddy creates an underwater-themed cake complete with live fish for a local aquarium.