We peek into the lives of the nouveau-riche yellow team. "We get paid a dollar for doing nothing, pretty much," says Colton. For Taylor and her crew, how much work they do hasn't changed at all; they're just getting paid more. And they're even snottier: we see Taylor and her hangers-on griping about the lousy job being done by the toilet-cleaners. "They're doing good, but they need to scrub harder, because my butt is not shiny!" says Taylor, to the giggles of her sycophants.
Perhaps God is pissed off at Taylor's lip, and decides to punish Bonanza City. I'd like to think that's why the dust storm suddenly blows in. The kids take cover in the various buildings, with some kids boarding up the doors. "It's a twister! It's a twister!" yells Jared as he runs down the street. God says: "Don't think the outhouses are clean enough, Taylor?" and the wind blows the outhouses over. When some kid runs into the saloon to tell the kids assembled there the news, the kids decide that checking out some tipped-over outhouses takes precedence over sheltering themselves from the blowing wind and sand, and run outside to have a look. "We don't have outhouses!" yells Jared. Nothing seems to excite this kid like disaster. Someone else yells that the stench is unbearable. It could be worse, though. Imagine the condition the outhouses would be in if the kids had gotten their hands on those pizzas.
The storm seems to grow stronger, and the kids, having realized that tipped-over outhouses look pretty much the way you'd think they'd look, run inside to escape the biblical friggin' wrath. Zach, who describes himself as someone who likes to take charge, hops up on the saloon bar to announce that once the storm blows over, Blaine, Greg and the other older kids will right the outhouses. Which they do, with Greg leading the way, team bandana covering his nose and mouth to filter the stink (it doesn't offer full protection, though, as evidenced by how Greg and his buddies still puke up a little bit after standing the outhouses up). In an interview, Laurel explains the conundrum that is Greg: "He tends to have attitude problems, but still, he's working hard, he's trying." He definitely has a shot at the gold star, she says.