In the Crab Shack, Earl's telling Randy how much better Blake's always been than him, at everything from modeling to staying cavity-free. Randy feels bad he didn't even get a chance to show the anniversary video he made. Earl asks if Randy made a video about his and Joy's "love and crap like that." Randy did. He hid a camera around the trailer and then had the video made. Randy announces the video's called "Earl and Joy. High dot, low dot. A Love Story." Or "Earl and Joy: A Love Story." The video is exactly what you'd expect: Earl doing mean things like farting in bed and covering Joy's head with the sheets, dropping his food on theh floor and swapping it for hers when she goes to get them both beers, or him yelling at her until she hits him with a frozen turkey. But it's all set to Peter Cetera's "You're the Inspiration". Even Earl, who was too dumb to realize the video would turn out like this, realizes this is bad and turns it off, saying it's the blooper reel. Joy's pissed, so Blake says Earl can crash at his place for awhile, but he won't be there, because "even though we're four months from Christmas, I'm gonna be busy spreading Joy." Another nice tidbit for families to enjoy. And it's even holiday-themed. Earl's pissed and runs at Blake.
Just then Patty's finding out where Catalina's from. She did her Peace Corps year (hookers have a Peace Corps year?) down there. In La Paz, near the river of blood. Wherever that is. Just then, Kenny comes in to get out of the swarm. He says the bees are such bitches. And Encyclopedia Darnell says that's actually true, since most of them are women. The men are back at the hive, since their only job is to have sex with the queen. A still-closeted Kenny thinks this would be the worst job ever. Catalina tells Patty that if they're the last four people on the planet, she calls the black guy.
In the Crab Shack, Blake's banging Earl's head on the bar. Joy asks him to stop, because he'll break the bar. Earl tries to explain how strong his head is and attempts to break a bottle on it, but it doesn't break and only gives him a sore head. Joy asks Blake to go get him cigarettes from the vending machine (hey! I remember those, but I don't think they were still around in the late '90s, were they?). Blake goes, but he shows off his flexed muscles first. It's not that impressive, I assure you. Even Joy rolls her eyes. Earl flexes his muscles, too, but accidentally squeezes out a toot. Nice. When Blake's gone, Joy tells Earl that being jealous just because it's Blake isn't jealousy about Joy. It has nothing to do with her. She said that he should be jealous of everyone else. That being jealous and throwing a party are things that show he cares. He doesn't do anything like that. He thinks pretending to do those things should count. She asks who they're kidding, since they both saw the video: This isn't a marriage. She tricked him into marrying her, he didn't love her then, and she doesn't think he ever will. She's sorry, but thinks it's time to end this. He looks thoughtful, and his voiceover says that in a whole year he'd never stopped to think about whether he cared about his wife.