Tim comes home, and Becky invites him in to watch a movie with her in her skimpy pajamas. She wants to watch Thelma and Louise. Tim asks where her mom is, and Becky says she's working until 2. Tim doesn't think it's a good idea, and walks to his trailer but Becky ambushes him with "Please? I don't want to be alone." He turns around and comes back in, asking her if she's got any other movies.
Vince, Calvin, and Head Bad Guy drive up in front of a house, working out their game plan. Which is go in, beat some ass, get the money. Head Bad Guy decides to bring Calvin, since Vince is so bad at being the muscle.
Tim and Becky sprawl in bed. Becky's asleep, Tim's watching the end of Thelma and Louise. He mutters, "I think I'm moving out" but turns and sees that she's asleep. He gazes at her for a bit when Cheryl comes in and starts to freak out: "Oh, I do not believe this." Tim protests that it's not what she thinks, but she's like "In my bed, with my daughter, in the middle of the night? How long has this been going on?" Becky swears they were just watching a movie, but Cheryl is really flailing, sending Becky to her room and Tim out to get his stuff and get off her property. Tim wastes no time getting out of this crazy lady house, stalks out to his truck and throws a bag in it while Cheryl follows him and screeches at him about how he's actually exactly like what she first thought he was when she first met him. "You're nothing. You're just like ever other guy I've ever met in my entire life." Tim gets in his truck, quietly says "I never touched your daughter" while Cheryl keeps railing at him that he can buy land but he will never amount to anything. Tim looks straight at her and pulls out of the drive.
Vince chews his finger nervously waiting for them to come out when he hears a shout and turns just in time to see Calvin and Head Bad Guy running around the corner, Calvin trailing behind. Shots ring out and Calvin goes down, shot three or four times. Vince has hopped out of the car, but Head Bad Guy yells at him to get back in and get them out of there. They peel out, leaving Calvin behind.
Commercials. Tami is asleep on the couch when the phone rings. It's 11:30 p.m. She answers and it's a reporter from the Daily Gazette wanting comment on the allegations that she advised a student to get an abortion. She pauses, shocked, but says she has no comment and hangs up.