At Bailey's, Good Cop and Bad Cop are performing "A View From the Gallery." It actually might be amusing to do a whole episode from their point of view. Of course, virtually everything they do on this show is pretty amusing already, so maybe they don't need to make any extra effort. But I'd like to see an episode focused on the cops making their rounds. Every so often, Jake could run in with some bizarre order ("We need you to collect every stapler in town right away!") and run off again. Anyway. Bad Cop says that Gray's planning to "make an example" of Jonah. He observes that Gray's a changed man after visiting Topeka. I imagine that visiting Topeka would be a life-altering experience in any situation. Bad Cop says, "I, for one, think [Gray's] got the right idea." Good Cop cleverly deduces that Bad Cop is going to vote for Gray, and Bad Cop declines comment: "This is still America." Good Cop harrumphs, "Just barely." And then they wander out. Bravo!
Bonnie returns home to the ranch from wherever she's been trapped for the past few weeks. Maybe she spent Thanksgiving with her cousin's family. Wise move. She finds clothes scattered across the floor, and with an exasperated expression, she walks over to the bathroom door, and stomps straight into Stanley's bedroom. Wait, what? Okay, first of all: I just looked at that scene from "Crossroads" again, and that room by the stairs is a bathroom. You can clearly see a tub. So the Interior League has struck again! Second: Bonnie's a little too comfortable walking right into her brother's bedroom without knocking. And yes, I realize that she wouldn't hear Stanley say "Come in," but Johanna's father is deaf. And he knocks before entering her bedroom so that at least she has some warning that he's about to come in. Anyway, Bonnie walks in and finds Stanley and Mimi smooching in bed. Bonnie's shocked, because she expected to find a bathroom behind that door. She quickly closes the door again and storms outside, heading for the truck. Stanley pauses to put on some jeans, and hurries out a few seconds later, still pulling on his shirt and boots. Then he runs over to where Bonnie is standing, arms spread in the universal sign for "What the hell?" Then we get captions as Stanley and Bonnie argue in ASL. Stanley says, "I thought you were gone!" Gone where? Bonnie's more upset about Stanley's taste in women, though, and when Stanley asks what's wrong with Mimi, Bonnie just gives him a look and gets back in the truck. Then she huffs that she's been working on the farm by herself: "Now you're screwing the IRS woman who wants to take the farm that's mine." Stanley says that's over the line, and Bonnie gives him another exasperated look and drives away.