Back at the houses, Ginger goes out into Margene's backyard and finds Nicki sweeping her back porch next door. Because her first instinct after seeing her son-in-law kiss his "neighbor" is to go to the "neighbor" that she doesn't think is involved. Classy. They make a bit of friendly chitchat, and Ginger says she's glad Margene has her friends. "She needs all the help she can get," she says. Nicki lets out a sarcastic little guffaw before remembering to ask, "What do you mean?" Ginger takes a while getting around to her point, which is that something's up with Bill and Barb. "Oh, I don't think so," Nicki says, starting to look worried. Ginger forces herself through a gap in the flimsy fence to Nicki's yard, leaving one end of it dangling free as she goes on about how she knew Bill was "too good to be true." Which is correct, except for the "good" part. Nicki tries to tell Ginger that it isn't what she thinks, and she's so certain about it that Ginger realizes Nicki knows something. Funny, Nicki's a much better liar when it's her own ass she's covering. Nicki only makes Ginger more suspicious by saying, "You need to talk to your daughter." Finally she admits that Bill and Barb are married. And yes, it's true that Bill and Margene are also married. "They all sleep together?" Ginger asks, shocked. Nicki babbles, "We take turns. We're polygamists." "Ahh, Jesus!" Ginger breathes. Nicki bites her lip, knowing she's already in trouble. And not just for hearing somebody take Jesus' name in vain.
Barb pulls up to Lois's cabin, with Wanda in the shotgun seat. Wanda wants Barb to go in with her to help get the baby, but Barb isn't in the mood to see Lois. Wanda says she needs the backup, since Lois thinks she's an unfit mother. Do you think Barb will ever realize that there's no such thing as "one little favor" with these people?