Gracie is rearranging the twelve items still on the shelves when she discovers that the buckets of pesticide have vanished.
Cut to Bad Cop asking Stanley whether he knows anything about the stolen pesticide. Wow, the cops are too overwhelmed to handle the other complaints from people in town, but steal pesticide and they're on it immediately. Stanley explains that he tried to buy the stuff earlier, and then he suddenly gets all defensive and demands to know why Bad Cop is "acting like this." Please note that all that Bad Cop's done is ask Stanley one question; he's not "acting like" anything. Much like everyone else on this show. But Bad Cop admits that Gracie accused Stanley of stealing the stuff. He asks if he can look around, and Stanley gets all huffy. Mimi pops up suddenly and asks what's happening, and Stanley says, "One of my best friends is accusing me of stealing pesticides." Bad Cop starts toward the barn to poke around, and as he turns the sweat-soaked back of his shirt to the camera, Stanley huffs, "I didn't say you could go in there!" Bad Cop whirls and points a finger at Stanley threateningly. "Don't make me use this!" he screams. Mimi pulls Stanley back, and Stanley raves, "Fine, check the barn. Check the whole damn house!" Careful, Stanley. If you let him check the fruit cellar, he'll finally find out what happened to Mr. and Mrs. Richmond.