Next thing we know, Earl's telling Joy that this isn't fair to Dodge, and that both of them were embarrassed by the career day debacle. He says they were getting lots of looks and insults. Joy asks if Earl thinks Dodge will feel better when he finds out his dad's some drunk from a Molly Hatchett concert. Earl's all, "You mean Ronnie James Dio. You've always said" that. She says it could be either; all she remembers is being in the men's room and it was crowded and hard to get her leather pants off in the stall. Darnell interjects, because she's always told him it happened in the concession stand where she was kneeling on a box of cups while he continued selling nachos. Wow. That's some multitasking right there. She says she didn't say that, and he reminds her that it was at a parent-teacher conference that she told him that story. Earl asks if it even happened at a concert at all, but Darnell cuts to the actual chase and asks if she knows who Dodge's real father is. She says, "Fine! It's Little Chubby."
Earl explains in voiceover that the Chubby family was the most powerful family in Camden, and that Little Chubby's father, Big Chubby (played by Burt Reynolds), owned nearly every business in town. We see commercials of Big Chubby as Earl tells us which businesses: dry cleaners (Big Chubby: "You wouldn't clean your body with discount chemicals, so why treat your body any differently?"), restaurants (Big Chubby: "The taste of slow cooking with the sloppiest sauce around"). When Big Chubby died, everything went to Little Chubby. We then see him (Norm Macdonald, for forgetful viewers) on his own commercial, advertising SAT prep that you can bring your kids to while you go to the strip club. Nice. The kid in the commercial says, "Chubby Tutorials is to SAT prep..." and Little Chubby finishes: "...as Club Chubby is to erections."