Earl is still annoyed by Billie. She ruins television shows, she eats Saltines in bed, she insists on always driving even though she has road rage, and she's constantly reminding Earl that she is funding their life through her insurance settlement, since Earl is now broke. And to top it all off, she makes Randy sleep outside on the balcony. While Billie's in the shower singing off-key John Denver, Earl tells Randy that he can't figure out why karma brought him together with Billie as a reward, and now Billie is driving him insane. Earl adds that he can't let Billie go back to her pre-coma life either, because she was a mess. Earl just can't figure out why his life isn't like his Fantasy TV Life was. Billie comes out of the shower and declares, "There's nothing like a crap in a shower to make you feel better." Oh, Alyssa Milano. You have come so far since Who's the Boss. Remember when you used to tap dance with Tony Danza? Those were my favorite episodes.
Billie continues to browbeat Earl, so he goes to see Darnell for advice. He enters Darnell and Joy's sideways trailer, reminding us that it's Earl's fault that the trailer is on its side. Darnell advises Earl to do what he does; he writes down everything Joy does to annoy him in a notebook and hides it under the couch cushion. Joy comes home and complains that she has so many bruises from crawling through the sideways door that she looks like "a woman in a Lifetime movie." Joy grabs one of Darnell's "poetry notebooks" and reads a story about a time she threw chicken on the lawn. Earl and Darnell brace themselves for the onslaught, but Joy doesn't catch on that it's about her, and then complains that the poem doesn't even rhyme. Darnell asks Earl if he peed a little, and it turns out they both did. Joy is really scary.
Billie eats a Klondike bar. Randy asks for one, and in order to earn it, Billie makes him dress up like a Girl Scout and sell cookies to the people working in the sweatshop in a nearby motel room, and then stand on the street holding a sign that says "Bet You Can't Hit Me With Your Trash." It's a bad bet; most people do manage to hit Randy with their trash. At least she really does give him the Klondike bar in the end.
Randy and Earl go to visit Kenny and Stuart, who are a full-blown couple. And if they lived in California, they could get married now! Have they ever said what state Camden County is in? I'm thinking they purposely leave it vague, like Springfield on The Simpsons. Anyway, Kenny and Stuart's advice on a happy relationship involves a lot of calling each other "lover" and plenty of foreplay. Earl and Randy try not to be grossed out when the two men start making out. Who knew Camden was so progressive that two dudes could make out in the local diner without being bothered?