After Joy wakes, she starts calling everyone in the basement idiots for not being men and stopping Grizelda. She asks if they're just waiting to starve to death. Earl says they tried screaming, and that Randy has a great mouse plan to pull out if they see one. Joy snits that it seems they've covered everything, so all that's left for Joy is to call 911. They put her through to voicemail, though. Stuart says that's because the 911 lady takes off at 3. Camden is so safe. So she calls Darnell and tells them all to watch how a real man handles this. But before she's through dialing, another burlap sack comes down the stairs, ringing with Darnell's ringtone. When Darnell wakes, he says that he wouldn't drink the tea so she whacked him in the head with a ceramic rooster.
Joy realizes that if Darnell's here, he did something less-than-nice to Grizelda at some point. She delights in this, of course. She asks him "Who's the black calling the kettle pot now?" And then asks him to tell what he did. We flash back to Darnell at work, when some guy keeps pointing Grizelda out to him as "that lady over there" and "that crazy lady over there." Darnell keeps asking, "Which lady?" Since the guy just keeps saying, "that lady," Darnell gets all, "WHICH! LADY!" Grizelda hears "Witch lady," of course, and storms out. So he's still nice. Joy says it's like she married Jesus' nicer brother, which makes her want to kill someone, starting with the lady who locked them up. Stuart helpfully says that he learned on the force that if you punch an old person at the right angle, their skull pretty much turns to powder. Kenny: "Let's do this." They think she's coming, but it's Catalina, who says hi. They wonder how she found them, but she walks in, sits, and locks herself to the beam as they yell for her not to. She says Mrs. Weezmer tried to drug her, but all the roofies she's had slipped in her drinks have made her immune. She says Grizelda was trying so hard, and looks a little like Catalina's aunt, so she came down and locked herself up. But I think it's mostly because she wanted to be in the episode, despite the roofie immunity. [Totally understandable -- this is the most dialogue she's had in months. - Z] They explain that she once got Grizelda to cry and then took her tear so she could live together (apparently, it's part of her religion/folklore?).