Cut to Bill's Gigantomobile (tm Sobell), with Ben at the wheel so that Bill can focus his full attention on bloviating (today's theme: "Work's a blessing"). After a while, Bill remembers that he needs to breathe, so he asks how Ben is. Ben says he's fine, and that Barb wants to meet his girlfriend, Brynn. Bill says he wants to meet her too. "Is she pretty?" he asks. Whoa, slow down, there, Bill, you've got your hands full with three. Ben says Brynn is, and adds that he wants her to meet "everybody." He doesn't mention that Brynn already met Nicki and Margene once, and thinks their names are Lucy and Ethel. Bill starts hemming and hawing, and Ben assures him that Brynn already knows how many of them there are. "She kind of figured it out," he says. Bill pastes a smile on his face and agrees to have Brynn meet the fam. Then he leans excitedly forward in his seat, because one of his new billboards is coming up on the road ahead. Except this one looks different. Under "Home Plus is us," some spray-can wielding wag has painted "+ US + US + US" in huge white letters. Heh. Upset, Bill tells Ben to pull over, remembering to remind him to check his blind spot. Safety first, even when you're about to have yourself a thrombo.
At Juniper Creek, Joey walks along the dirt lane with a bag of diapers in one hand and a sack of groceries in the other. I'm surprised the stores on the compound sell Pampers. Given the pregnancy rate around there, I can't imagine what they would do with all of those poopy disposables. As Joey walks along, a red Humvee comes up behind Joey and pulls up right next to him. Alby hops out of the shotgun seat and casually leans against the truck, showily eating an apple with the aid of a large knife. Wonder what movie he saw that in. A goon gets out of the back seat. Throughout, the Humvee's radio is loudly playing "Tainted Love," and Joey takes to heart the lyric that says, "I've got to run away." But he's too slow, and the goon forces him into the truck. Alby jumps back in too, and to add insult to injury, the truck runs over the items that Joey dropped in the road as it drives off. The diapers look like they survived. As with Joey, the worst is yet to come for them.
Bill reaches his office, and Don is predictably freaking out over the vandalism. Bill says the sign company is sending over a crew in half an hour. Bill wants Don to go down and supervise. Peg comes into the office, too, wearing her business clothes and pointing out that Wendy is conspicuously absent today of all days. Don doesn't think Wendy's in any shape to climb a forty-foot ladder, but Bill says she isn't exactly discreet; it could have been anybody who heard Wendy blabbering. Peg wonders about the other eight signs, and Bill says that at least two are fine, but they're checking on the rest. Don and Peg point out that the one that's been defaced is the most high-profile one of all of them. Bill sends Don out to "supervise" the billboard's restoration, telling him to be back in time for the Sherwin-Williams meeting they have at 11:00. Peg leaves too, leaving Bill to cast a hairy eyeball out at Wendy's unoccupied desk. Wendy's got the plastic cover over the computer monitor and keyboard, like she's planning to paint her section of wall or something.