Another burlap sack tumbles down the stairs, and Joy asks what the hell is up with sticking people in the burlap sacks first. Grizelda says it's more dramatic, and she reveals Patty the Daytime Hooker's face under the sack. Randy agrees that was dramatic. Awake later, Patty says she never did anything to Grizelda, but the old bitch is just crazy. She says she can't tell them the number of times she's been working and Grizelda's just standing there staring at her. It's creepy. Patty continues: "And she wonders why I took Dad's side in the divorce." Everyone looks puzzled, so Patty's all, "Oh, yeah, she's my mom." Randy: "Hookers have moms?!" Patty starts to light a cigarette, but Grizelda comes in and tells her that as long as she's under her roof and her kitchen floor, there will be no smoking. Hee. This witch role is Betty White's best work ever. Can anyone say "Guest Star Emmy"? Patty asks what she's going to do, ground her? Grizelda says if that worked, Patty wouldn't be sleeping with men for money.
Grizelda wonders why she came here, and then she remembers: "Oh, yeah, I'm going to kill one of you." She's running out of basement space. She says she's not a monster, though, so she's going to let them all decide which one she's going to "stab and stab and stab until you're dead." She swings the knife as she says this, and she has the most gleeful smile. Since it's Betty White's smile, it almost makes me want to just let her go ahead and kill someone. Maybe Catalina, since she gets the least effective use of screen time on this show? She walks out to let them decide, and Joy screams, "NOT IT!"
They're all debating who's going to get stabbed. Earl voices over that relationships show the strain pretty fast when you have to decide who a kidnapper gets to kill. Kenny says, "Let's kill the bitch," and gestures at Joy. Joy tells him he better be talking about his boyfriend. Stuart tells he that's the kind of mindless hate speech that proves the world would be better off without her. But if he doesn't get the votes for that, he says they snuff the whore. Patty wonders why her, and Stuart says hookers are killed every day, so she's living on borrowed time. Patty asks Darnell, since he's so nice, to just volunteer to be killed. He says he'll give you a ride to the airport, but he's not dying for anyone. Randy's all, "Darnell, no one's going to die; she's just going to stab and stab and stab one of us until... Oh no. Oh my God." Joy says the dumb guy's the new front runner, and Catalina agrees, whispering that if they lie to him he won't realize until it's too late. Randy tells her he hears her and adds, "You burn in hell, stripper!" Seems sort of out of character for Catalina and Randy to hate each other, after their love affair, but this show isn't exactly known for its continuity, I guess.