Post-commercial, the police have arrived, and yes, it's Sgt. Michaels, along with another black officer who must have transferred out by the time Kevin came to town, since I don't think I've ever seen a black officer at Glenoak PD before. Surprisingly enough, Sgt. Michaels is none too sympathetic with the manager and his "service problem." He says he just read about another restaurant with a similar problem that got sued for a couple hundred thousand dollars. RevCam asks RevHam what he'll do with his settlement. RevHam says he might get the church a new organ, since he's a minister, as is RevCam. So now, not only is Manager getting sued for tons of money, but he's also totally going to hell. RevHam demands both an apology and his food, served the way he ordered it, and in a prompt and courteous fashion. Manager mutters that he's sorry, and they'll get their food. RevHam says that he plans to tell all his parishioners, who, I guess we're supposed to assume are all black, about this restaurant's service and they'll probably come here, too. John says he'll tell his friends, who, again, we're supposed to assume are all black, about this restaurant as well. Manager looks sad, like, buck up, dude, your business is about to double. RevHam also asks Manager to donate unused food to the church, just like every other restaurant in town. I don't think there will be any unused food, what with all the new customers this place is about to get. Sgt. Michaels tells Manager that this better not happen again, and Manager walks away. RevCam asks Sgt. Michaels if he's hungry. Sgt. Michaels says he'd be happy to blow off work and give money to a racist establishment. One step forward, ten thousand steps back with this show's contribution to the fight against racism.
Back at the shower, Oldie is asking Patricia for more punch. Patricia sits down and asks Oldie if she thinks Patricia works at the CamPound. Oldie says she just wanted to make a friend, and thought Patricia had a wonderful smile and seemed to know her way around the place. Oh, and just in case Patricia still thinks Oldie is a racist? Oldie totally married a black man back in the thirties, so suck on it! Oldie says she finds it very interesting that interracial marriages used to be illegal, but now it's illegal to stop them. Patricia, feeling slightly ashamed of herself, asks Oldie what she can get for her. Oldie says she'd like something that goes with cough syrup. Hinkle fills both Oldie and Patricia's cups with the stuff. Not Annie's, although, again, that would explain a lot about the twins.