Out in Stuckeyville Park, Molly is leading Jim by the wrist as he holds his hand over his eyes. Molly has a big surprise for Jim, and tells him it contains heavy machinery and government procedures. With a clue like that, Jim is sure he's finally going to get some Molly nookie. Finally, she tells him that he can look. He sees a crane lifting Molly's car high in the air over the pond. She tells Jim that it's finally time to give Sadie a proper burial. Warren walks up to Diane to ask what's going on, and she says it looks like some lame radio deejay stunt. Diane spies Jessica Martel walking over to them. She smiles and tells Warren "good luck" as Jessica approaches and Diane walks away. Jessica asks how the party went, and the Chezzcat plays it pretty cool. Jessica invites him to a party at Jake's that evening; Warren says that Jake's his boy, so he can probably make it. She says she'll see him there, and he says, "Whatever." She walks away, and Warren gives Diane a thumbs-up. Diane returns it from a distance with a painful little look tacked on. All eyes are on Molly's hunk of shit as it's dropped into the lake. A big cheer and applause follow its burial at pond as The Band's "The Weight" plays. Ed announces that they've all learned a valuable lesson here today. Carol asks, "What's that?" Ed replies, "I have no idea."
This turned out to be the best episode of the last four or so episodes simply because of the Warren/Diane storyline. While we have a pretty good feeling that Ed and Carol won't be doing the wango tango anytime soon, and we know that Jim and Molly are just about at the stage where Molly's ready to get nekkid in the back seat of her new used car, we're still kind of in the dark about Warren and Diane, which currently is the only mystery in the show. Will they or won't they? My money is on "they will," and when they do, it should be one of the sweetest, most rewarding payoffs in the show's history. Now if they could just let Ed and Carol get their mack on, I could stop complaining and go back to enjoying the show.
And please...don't ever make me try to be funny about unfunny subjects ever again. That shit ain't amusing.