Lois sits at the breakfast table, listening to her husband drone on about teeth and gums, looking worried. Her husband says that she looks tired, and Lois says she was just restless last night. Karen pulls up outside Lois's house and rings the bell. Lois looks scared, and her husband looks annoyed. Her husband answers the door, and Karen asks if Lois is home. Her husband says she is, and asks why. Karen flashes her badge. The husband asks what this is all about. Karen peeks inside, and spots Lois, who takes off. The best part is that Lois is wearing a fuchsia negligee and peignoir throughout this scene, and yet still manages to look like a dude wearing a wig.
Karen chases Lois into the back yard. Lois tries to climb up on a chair in order to get over a fence, but the chair slips and she falls to the ground. This gives Karen time to catch up, and they start beating the crap out of each other. Is this really a cat fight? I guess so. Karen totally wins, and Lois ends up on the ground, cuffed. Lois's husband runs out and asks what's going on. Karen says that Lois has an outstanding warrant. Her husband asks what for, and Lois says that she hit a guy who came on to her. Karen doesn't correct this lie. Lois says that before she met her husband, she had a problem with anger. Karen gets the cuffs on Lois and starts leading her away. Lois's husband asks where Karen is taking his wife, and Karen says they're going to the Federal Courthouse. Lois's husband promises to have a lawyer down there by that afternoon.
Out front, Lois thanks Karen for not telling her husband the truth, because it would break his heart, and if she couldn't tell Carey, she can't tell her husband. Karen is silent, and opens her rear car door to put Lois in the back. Karen totally does that thing I want to do where she cups the top of Lois's head so she doesn't hit it on the door jamb. It would have been kind of funny if Lois was wearing a wig, and it came off in Karen's hand. I guess this isn't that kind of show. Lois says that she left her wife for a man, and then she went to the dentist one day and fell in love with a straight dentist named Stan. So she met Stan when she was still Louis? But didn't start dating him until she was Lois? I'm a little confused on the timeline here. Lois says she's probably going to do some serious time. Karen agrees. Lois says she stole the money to pay for the operation, and she wonders if the court will cut her some slack for that. Lois says she just used the wrong credit card, which she knows was "pretty dumb." Lois asks if they will send her to a women's prison. Karen clearly isn't sure how to respond to that, so she says, "That depends." Lois quickly says, "It's gone. I don't miss it at all." What, her testosterone? Oh. OH! Lois asks Karen, "Got any eyeshadow?" Karen rolls her eyes and they take off.