Ben sits down near Teeny and tells Margene he can't go to the mall after school because he has practice. Sarah brings up seminary and calls them his "fellow brainwashes," to which he reacts poorly. Again. He doesn't really have a reason beyond "not liking it," and Sarah's cool, very subtle and quiet and snarky: "Good; you still have an opinion." Bill enters and kisses his wives, and everybody smiles at everybody else, but Barb and Bill a little bit more, because while her mouth says, "Want some orange juice?" her body's saying, "Our romancin' is sanctioned by both the state and our Heavenly Father. That's twice the sex!" He flirts back, and Nicki tells Barb she'll take Sarah and Ben to school, in order to facilitate getting Barb the heck out of the house and away from Bill, with no loop-around back-tracking. Everybody says goodbye and leaves her, basically, abruptly alone. Margene asks the baby, "Will you go to the mall with Mommy?" Even the baby is like, "I've got group therapy today, sorry."
Bill and Don meet with some marketing guys about re-branding Home Plus, and he tells them -- very slick, very cute, very put-together, very "next wave of interactive marketing" -- that the time frame is store three this year, and a fourth in Season Three. (By which time I believe Heather will be married to Don and knockin' boots with Peg, Joey will be the new head of the UEB, Ben and Alby will be gay-married and have strangulation sex all the time, Roman will have had a stroke and Bill will have to tend to him and change his diapers, and Wanda will be crazier than Lois and that's what you call a "conditioned response" to watching too much HBO.) Don tells them they are "working the numbers" aggressively, but of course he means Peg is. The main talker guy, cutie by the name of Paul, gets so, so Biz Dev on them, all about "you asked for fresh" and how they want to move from Bill as the cowboy-hatted "face of Home Plus" and move towards making Home Plus "the face of Utah." Why not just pick Sarah? Nobody could argue with making her the face of Utah.