Earl gets everyone he knows to text for Joy. They also spend some time crank calling each other. Catalina (in the rest of her obligatory 10 seconds in the episode) says she'll text for Joy so that maybe the bad guys will find Joy and kill her. When they announce the winner on Estrada or Nada, Joy and Darnell are watching from their underground bunker. Joy can't believe America's spoken for her. Darnell feels terrible that he's keeping her from being famous. She tells him she'd rather be Phyllis Rosenstein, wearing granny panties, and with her family than on Estrada or Nada with nobody.
Agent Orientation comes to change Darnell's blood type, but Darnell turns off the light, knocks him out, and tells Joy she gets one last chance to be Joy, since it's time to find out if she's Estrada or nada. She Woo-hoos!
Earl and Randy are in the audience at Estrada or Nada. Earl can't believe she's not there, but Randy thinks maybe they changed her identity so they don't recognize her and she could be anyone. He starts calling a "Chinese dude" Joy, and then says he's out of ideas. Onstage, Estrada keeps winning, and then Dunkleman tells us that Joy's a no-show, so they won't get to compete about who has the best circus variety act. But Joy walks in. Dunklman says it's on.
And it is on: Joy does a weird hoppy singing thing, which Estrada matches by playing the kazoo as cannonballs shoot him in the stomach. Judges declare a tie. Joy chooses the first tiebreaker, which is breathing fire. Joy was surprised to find out Estrada's good at that too. Then Estrada chose the next tiebreaker: playing music on wine glasses. Turns out that Joy's good at that too, though. Another tie. Joy chooses the one thing she knows no one can beat her at: a combination of all her skills. She calls it "dressing a dog while talking Hebrew, with a follow-up trivia question about Ohio." Which I cannot help pointing out is not "one thing" she's good at, but three. Estrada nails the dog-dressing and Hebrew talking, just like Joy. Then it's time for Dunkleman to ask the Ohio trivia question. It's a really obscure question about the name of a boy who demonstrated how a traffic light on a specific intersection worked for a newsreel. Joy looks certain, but so does Estrada as they write their answers. Joy's answer: Louis Spronze. Estrada's: Lewis Spronze. Joy's the winner! Estrada's the nada, or as Dunkleman puts it, "The great one has fallen!" Estrada congratulates her and, as he adjusts his toupee obviously, he tells her she reminds him of a young version of him, filled with drive, passion, and an esoteric knowledge of Ohio. I have to say I have never loved Estrada this much, but his willingness to make himself look like a total dolt has won me over. He tells her to get ready for fame. They both dance around.