Earl and Randy go after Raynard, and Earl feels bad for the poor guy, living out here and "doing God knows what with a raccoon." He says they have to help him. Randy wants to know if he can keep Raynard for a pet after they get him back to civilization, and Earl says no, he's not an animal. Then he immediately calls him just like you'd call a dog: "Here, Raynard! Here, boy!" Earl tells him that he remembers Raynard used to like lime in his beer and now they make beer with lime in it. This is the selling point Earl uses to convince him. Awesome. Randy tries cell phones, purse-sized dogs, and wealth. But Raynard starts throwing pine cones at them from the tree. Earl tries to climb after him, but falls out quickly. Then Raynard jumps out of the tree and runs away. Present-day Earl reads about Trazan running away, and how the book narrator knew they couldn't catch him with their strength, but would have to use their brains.
They decide to set a trap, using bait. Bait = Catalina. And because they have turned her into the most one-note character in the history of television, they have her jump around in her stripper suit to "Jump Around." It works, though, as Raynard comes and starts sniffing her all over. She runs away, and Earl captures Raynard with a blanket. The raccoon is upset, so Earl realizes there's more to that relationship than they thought. Earl brings Raynard tied to a lawn chair in the back of his El Camino. Joy sees him driving by and wonders what in the hell "that idiot" is doing with a wild man tied in the back of his car. Darnell thinks it's endearing, though. He's all, "That Earl and his list..." Present-day Earl is reading Trazan to kids as a voiceover this whole time, about what people thought as they drove him through town: some were scared, some were confused, etc. It's really not that interesting, so I'll spare you the details.
Back at the hotel, Randy and Earl are giving Raynard a colonic to get all of the bad stuff out of his body. Catalina told them about this. Randy tells him not to worry, because he stuck a G.I. Joe up there when he was a kid, and the colonic tube is smaller. Ick. Why do we have to know? They spare us the actual colonic scene, and move on to Earl saying he hopes to never give a man a forced colonic again. But it does seem to be working, as Raynard can't believe he was married to a raccoon. Then Earl and Randy proceed to clean Raynard up, which consists of putting a match to his back to determine "Tick or mole?" Ooh! Fun (if gross) game. It's painful for Raynard, though, when the answer's "Mole."