Ben's City follows 30-something Ben as he juggles his job as an advisor for the incompetent Minister of Environment Mr. Ouellet, his friendship with his arrogant best friend Scott and his relationship with his girlfriend Sophie as they all careen from one bizarro adventure to another, caught in excruciatingly absurd situations.
I Need Space
Ben Hardy is depressed because his girlfriend Sophie has left him. His boss, Minister Henry Wallet, is accused of taking bribes. Scott is advertising a revolutionary electronic gadget and his neighbour, Mrs. Shrink, has strange creatures in her yard.
Scott's ad for Dan Screwdrivers is a smashing success. A toxic cloud hovers over the city, and while Minister Wallet wants the factory to shut down, CNTV reporters want to break news of the scandal.
During a cocktail party, Grosotto the mafioso tries to bribe Minister Wallet to build a meat factory in an illegal zone. Scott gets an offer to produce a commercial for a new generation of computers, but he has to move to the client’s head office in L.A. Ben and Scott hire bodyguards for their protection after they receive threats from Grosotto.
Scott's climbing expedition in Asia takes a dramatic turn. In his absence, his boss must rely on a couple of incompetent boobs to produce a commercial, and Mrs. Shrink ends up with a media circus on her front lawn.
Ben and Wallet meet a native group about a safe electric dam project, but some rich Saudis offer to buy the country's entire drinking water reserve. Scott hires the famous Gary Peddle to do a commercial for a gadget called the IFound.
Ben looks into a shady affair involving the prime minister and a blackmailing exotic dancer, while Sophie gets a surprise visit from a high-profile client at her salon.
The Airfuse company is building its biggest airplane ever, but its financial problems put the Minister of Finance in the hot seat. Ben is jealous because Sophie is having dinner with an old flame who has become a rock star.
The Turning Point
Minister Wallet struggles after Ben reluctantly accepts a fancy new job at a major financial institution. Meanwhile, one of Scott's conquests is pregnant, and Mrs. Shrink thinks there's a ghost in her house.
The All Inclusive
Ben and Sophie head off on an all-inclusive vacation to the remote Tatarita Islands, but a tornado is headed there too. Scott gets a contract to advertise a new chain of anti-health restaurants.
Wallet and Ben leave for Europe for a summit on the environment. Scott is hired to reboot the music industry, but he has to use local artists. Sophie plans renovations for the hair salon.
A strange object lands in Mrs. Shrink's backyard and the whole neighbourhood is in a panic. Scott produces a banking commercial, and a famous actress insists on closing Sophie's salon all day for her visit.
The Little Bun
When Henry Wallet admits to inadvertently using public funds for personal expenses, other ministers follow suit. Sophie's refusal to sell her salon sparks ferocious competition, while Scott ponders doing a commercial for a strange car.