Daniel and Rachel are all, "Kids! What are you gonna do?" Earl says Ronnie's not a kid and should probably be out on his own. Daniel says they told him to look for an apartment, and even gave him one month's rent, but he blew it all in one night taking a call girl to an Ultimate Fighting match. Randy thinks this is cool. And Rachel says she was a doll, and they really hoped Ronnie would go out with her again, but he couldn't afford it. Earl says this is why karma brought him here: He was responsible for Ronnie becoming their baby, so maybe he should be responsible for Ronnie becoming a man. They resist a little bit, because he's their baby. Earl says Ronnie needs tough love, and he'll take over from here. Right then, Ronnie calls from downstairs that he thinks the cops might be coming, since the neighbor just saw him peeing out the window. Cut to Earl dragging Ronnie out of the house, kicking and screaming. Randy assures Rachel and Daniel that Earl's good at teaching people stuff. Just then Ronnie gets away, and Randy blocks him across the chest, flipping him over and knocking him down (I'm sure there are terms for all of these moves, but I'm not a fighter). [I believe that's called a "clothesline." - Zach] Randy turns back to them and says, "He taught me that." It's very cute.
Earl's determined to stay tough and make Ronnie independent. He gets Ronnie his own hotel room, which he paid for for three days. Ronnie has that long to get a job, and then he's on his own. Ronnie asks when his allowance is, and Randy says, "Fridays." In a high-pitched voice, Earl lies there's no allowance. Ronnie needs to find a job. They leave Ronnie.
Darnell has Fake Mr. Turtle on a hamster wheel. The turtle's not moving, so Darnell says something's wrong with him. "By now, he's usually spun this thing a whole quarter-turn." Joy says Darnell might have worked him out too much, but Darnell thinks he probably tried to hump his heating rock again, since the rejection always depresses him.
Back at the hotel room, Earl is brushing his teeth, while he tells Randy (who's in the bathroom with the door closed) he's always wondered how good he'd be at raising a teenager. He brushes really messy, with frothy toothpaste hanging out of his mouth. As Randy flushes and comes out, Earl finishes up and passes the toothbrush to Randy, who grabs it and starts brushing without rinsing or washing his hands. It's the most disgusting thing I've ever seen, so I can hardly concentrate on the conversation (which I don't think matters anyway). It's something about: Randy's nervous raising Ronnie, and now understands why their mom drank.