Moving on! Back at Marin's, the lady of the house brushes her teeth as she scrubs out her scungy sink. She drops the used paper towel in the completely dry toilet (which, if she's been flushing paper towels in it, I may have a theory as to how it got stopped up in the first place), rolls her eyes...
...and very reluctantly makes her way to an outhouse that's apparently so disgusting, it even stinks in the winter. As Marin settles onto the toilet seat -- or over it, I hope, since if it's really that cold, her butt would totally stick to it -- she looks up and sees a bat hanging from the ceiling. I can top that! One time when I was working in an office that had been converted out of an old town house, I went to the bathroom in the morning only to find a bat in the toilet. ALIVE. I...went ahead and used the men's room on that particular day.
After commercials, the bat's still hissing at Marin. It flies off its perch, and Marin freaks out, but only a little, and manages to walk quickly back into the house. She pulls out her phone and calls Jane, but when she figures out that she's interrupted Sam and Jane having sex, she's all, "Everything's fine! Bye!" Jane presses her to tell her what's wrong, and Marin tries to be breezy as she says there's a bat in the outhouse. Marin says that going to the bathroom is overrated and hangs up...but of course Jane still has to cut short her evening and rush over, like there's anything JANE could do to mitigate a bat situation. Sam sadly says that even though Jane's there, he misses her more than when she was in New York. Jane says she knows, and then apparently leaves anyway, with all the bat-handling equipment she obviously brought with her from New York.
Chieftain. Theresa's in the back, doing paperwork, when Sara appears in the doorway to get her paycheque. Theresa hands it over, noting that Sara balanced the books. Sara says she hopes Theresa didn't mind, but in fact, Theresa is thrilled. They are having a perfectly pleasant conversation when Theresa has to bring up the caribou in the room, asking whether Theresa wanted her out because she doesn't like the job Sara did, or because she doesn't like Sara. Theresa says that she does like Sara, and that she did a great job, but that...uh, Sara has designs on Ben, hello. Sara says that she did like Ben, but that he's Theresa's husband, and Sara respects that. Theresa quickly asks about Sara's French toast recipe, and then asks her to come in the next day and show Theresa how to make it. Sara is way too excited about working at the Chieftain, but they shake on it, anyway, and I congratulate both women on being so mature -- not that it takes much when one has Marin to compare them to.