A COPS-style action shot taken from inside a moving police car introduces us to the next scene. All pretenses of excitement disintegrate immediately, however, when it is revealed that we're in Kevin and Roxanne's car, and they're racing to the school parking lot, where we see Mizzz Jones talking to some guy in a convertible. If this was COPS, Mizzz would be a transvestite prostitute, and the guy in the car would be an undercover officer. And Kevin and Roxanne would be two middle-aged, mustachioed police officers. And all kinds of cool stuff would happen. Instead, Kevin emerges from the car and asks what's going on. Mizzz says that everything is fine. It is? Then why did she call the police? I like Mizzz and all, but she's a little weird sometimes. Mizzz says she was just telling this guy that he can't park in the school lot while waiting to pick up his sister. Oh, this must be the big issue about people parking on school grounds that RevCam was trying to talk to Mizzz about. The guy, who you may recognize as a guest star on a far better show, asks Kevin if he's breaking a law by being here. "Maybe," responds Kevin. The officers on COPS would have known the answer. I'm just saying. Kevin starts to write the guy, Griffith, a ticket, but Mizzz Jones says that's not necessary. Griffith agrees to leave. He backs out, narrowly missing Roxanne (damn!), and drives away. Kevin introduces himself to Mizzz as RevCam's son-in-law. Now irritated, Mizzz brusquely thanks him for his help and leaves. Roxanne and Kevin enter the car, where Roxanne stares intently at her left hand for a while. Either she's learning how to count to five, or she wrote Griffith's plate number down on it and is running a check on it. Kevin is confused as to what this will accomplish, because he's kind of stupid. Roxanne says that "people who don't like rules don't just break one rule," so she's sure Griffith's been in trouble more than once.
In what appears to be RevCam's church office, a small crowd of parents detail their problems with Mizzz. One dad says his son has a speech impediment, and so should not have to take Spanish. The guidance counselor agrees, but Mizzz is making him try the class for a month before she'll agree to let him out of it. Now the kid is in detention all the time because he skips the class. The guy points a lot. Another woman is upset because her daughter is hypoglycemic, and so she has to leave school for lunch everyday. Mizzz won't let her. I don't know a whole lot about hypoglycemia, but I'm pretty sure one doesn't need to leave school every day to treat it. Another lady with bizarre smeared eye make-up on says that her daughter is friends with the hypoglycemic, and can use her car to drive the hypoglycemic home during lunch, but Mizzz said no to that, too. Well, duh. If Mizzz isn't going to let a sick girl leave campus, she's not going to let a healthy girl drive her off of it. Another guy, who fans of Sports Night and The West Wing might recognize as Chris or Mark, respectively, says something about Martin being a spy, and I can't believe this show is still trying to convince us that plot is at all interesting. Brenda Baxworth says that Mizzz gets her hair cut at the barbershop, and women should get their hair cut at the salon, so she's not setting a good example. RevCam just looks at her like, "Whoa, she goes to a barbershop? I'm impressed! In my family, we just stick our heads in the weed-whacker once a month and pray for the best!"