Molly comes home to her lonely abode, and her phone's ringing. She allows the answering machine to get it, and it's Jim, whining that he has to talk to her and that he's lonely and that he wants some sweet, sweet lovin'. Molly picks up the phone and says, "Stop calling me," then hangs it back up. She then stands there, a bit saddened by the way her life has turned out. She's Molly Homewrecker now. Wrecking homes with the greatest of ease. Need a home wrecked? Call Molly Hudson. She'll start nailing your husband on a regular basis until you're drinking heavily to forget that she ever came between you and him. That's 1-800-MOLLYISAHOMEWRECKER.
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Barry Gleep and Ed are in a meeting with the lead counsel of B&B Trucking. Barry's telling the lead counsel that it's very noisy in Stuckeyville now due to the recently increased usage of personal vibrators at the Hudson household. Plus all the trucks aren't helping any, either. The lead counsel says he can't do anything about Molly's problem, but promises that he's doing all he can to correct the truck situation. But altering their routes to go through Stuckeyville has saved the trucking company $120,000 a year. Barry asks if they can perhaps maybe...oh...I dunno...keep them out on the weekends? Ed snaps, "Barry!" and Barry jumps, then quietly assures Ed that he's opening up dialogue, which is something they teach you in Pre-Law 101. The lead counsel doesn't think the company would go for that. Barry asks if maybe they could at least not travel through the town on Sunday mornings? Lead Counsel Guy says he'll take that proposition back to the president of the company, but that he's not making any promises. The guy leaves, and Barry seems victorious in that he got the guy at least to look into ridding Stuckeyville of the neverending barrage of trucks for a few hours on Sunday morning. Ed's a bit peeved that Barry has the spine of an earthworm, so Barry tells Ed to take over the case while Barry suffers a panic attack. Ed tells Barry that he's going to be the one to handle the case, and that from here on out Barry's going to listen to Ed's advice and follow it to a T. The first thing Ed tells him to do is hand over his lunch money. Barry gives him a handful of change, and Ed gives him an Indian burn.