And what a nice suspect she makes, because she's a beyotch. A very cute, superbly dressed beyotch. She rides roughshod over the Dicker's employees, especially over Denny Downs who apparently serves some function as assistant to the window dressers. "It's so, so wrong," she says of one of his suggested mannequin outfits. "No, wrong would be relative as if you had some way gotten within the realm of what would be considered right." Nice. "Are you wincing?" she asks Denny, and he is clearly wincing. So are Emerson and Chuck, who try to lead Coco back to the subject of Erin. Coco strings together some long-ass fake sentences about how great Erin was, especially since now that Erin's gone, she's stuck with (withering head nod toward) Denny. Chuck points out that even with Erin gone, she's still obviously got talent. "So what if Erin could do things with a mannequin you could never do?" she subtly jabs, and Coco freezes. "I never said that," Denny assures her. "Ever!" Continuing to cut a swath of evil through the department, Coco asks Denny about another mannequin standing by. He says it's for Erin's memorial window adding, perfectly, that he thinks it's "chic as hell." Coco berates him further, suggesting he go back to matching socks in the juniors department and Emerson and Chuck look on in horror as she thrills over the unveiling of the memorial window that night which will prove her dominant talent to everyone. "Maybe Coco's gone loco and she killed Erin so she could have the first solo window," Chuck whispers in an aside to Emerson. "Yeah," he says, "and we need to be at that unveiling tonight just in case Coco did go loco fo' sho... co." Wise. Ah, but here Jim Dale gives us the lowdown: what they don't know is that while they are scurrying around Dicker's Department Store watching out for the killer, the killer is watching over them! Dun dunnnn!
In Randy Mann's Randy Van the Ned is riding shotgun while Buster, Jerry and Olive hunker down in the back seat. There is extra hunkering going on due to Randy's other passenger... a huge dead rhinoceros, Aloysius, who is being stuffed for a major retail outlet to promote BIG savings. Randy tries to surreptitiously ask Ned what the deal is about this alleged Olive engagement, but Ned gives him the ixnay. Just in time, too, because Buster is getting too cramped back there -- "my jingle's gotta have some room to jangle" -- and suggests Olive sit in Ned's lap for the duration of the ride. She seems reluctant to impose, but he insists. Jerry starts reminiscing about the letters Olive wrote about her life and love with Ned, and Ned willingly and adorably plays along. Though, I don't remember this story about water and fish backing up into the Pie Hole and Ned grabbing Olive to keep her safe? Am I seriously forgetting something? Anyway, things are going swimmingly enough until they come upon a police roadblock. "What do we do now?" Randy asks and, naturally, there's only one place to go. Chez Aunts'!