Back in the shed of plotlines that never should have happened, Joy comes in and asks Catalina how she slept. Catalina: "Pinned to the wall, you bitch." Joy gets that she's still a little upset, since she hasn't eaten. She brought her snacks, but forgot a beverage. Joy wonders if she's changed her mind about calling the cops. Catalina promises not to call the police if she doesn't leave her there again, but Joy doesn't believe it and leaves.
Earl and Randy deliver the organ. Earl plays one note, while Randy does that high-pitched chanting thing. He says, "My name is Randy Hickey and I love to smell my shoes." The reverend comes in, and is so happy the organ's back. Earl thinks it's good, too, so they can leave, since Randy's worn out the "Earl, stop playing with my organ" jokes. Randy laughs hysterically. Earl's grabbing his tools to leave, when the reverend says they're his tools; they even have his initials on them. He asks where Earl bought them. Earl says he kind of wants to lie, but apparently the reverend's on his list twice. We flash back to Earl stealing some tools off an outhouse at a construction site. Then he backs into the Porta Potty, which the reverend was in. He's still mad in the present, saying it landed door down, so he had to kick his way out through the "empty hatch." I don't think I even want to know what that is. The reverend swore he'd kill whoever did this. Earl asks if that wasn't Hash Brown, though. The reverend says, "Right, I'm different now." He grabs Earl's hand and squeezes too tightly while he prays to thank God for this glorious test. He says God's really bringing it, and then says that as Hash Brown, he would have cut open Randy, put Earl inside, sewed up Randy, and listened to Earl scream inside of him. The reverend tells Earl if he really wants to make this up to him, they need volunteers for Sunday service.
Joy brings Darnell to the shed. He yells, "Joy!" Catalina is thankful Darnell's there, and she asks him to please get her out, since they have to tell the cops that Joy pinned her here for two days. Joy's all, "See! You lied! You were going to tell the cops." Catalina: "Of course I'm going to tell the cops, you lunatic." Joy tells Darnell she has two strikes and can't go to jail. He tells her he's used all of his tricks to keep her from getting the third one: framed Dodge's principal, free crab for the Asian meter maid, replaced the panda at the zoo. She tells Joy to start thinking before she ends up in jail and he has to raise the boys alone. Catalina tells them to move the lawn mower (which I'd like to point out she hasn't tried to do herself), or she'll sell her story to Hollywood, where they'll cast J.Lo to play her and Sally Struthers to play Joy. Joy glares as Darnell paces and lectures. He tells Joy he hopes she's happy now, because they're going to have to kill Catalina. Joy and Catalina both look at him and say, "What?"