Tommy's still having visions of both Jesus and Mary Magdalene. Colleen realizes that she's the power player in her parents' relationship, and plays both Tommy and Janet like fiddles. Tommy decides that he needs to kidnap his other two kids back. Tommy and Johnny find out that their father had an affair with one woman for thirty-six years, and produced a son and a daughter. The son is a priest. Chief's wife is having an affair because she forgot she was married. Chief's son comes home to help out his father. Franco is still screwing the nurse, but also trying to tell Laura that he's falling for her, which Laura buys. Franco's also taking a lot of pills. Pa Gavin tries to follow in Teddy's footsteps by becoming a model, but he's too old and fat. Tommy continues going to AA meetings with Mick, but only to prove to Grinch that he's in recovery. The crew is disturbed by Mike's relationship with his Amazon lady after he confesses that he enjoys their relationship because she acts as a man. The whole crew has to undergo sensitivity training, instead of just Lou, with predictable results. Lou admits to Laura that he's feeling lost since his wife left him, but it doesn't really smooth things over. Tommy pops some Viagra and pays a visit to Sheila, where he discovers some tampons and figures out that she's not pregnant, but we don't get to see how he deals with it until next week.
Janet is preparing lunch for her two younger children when her phone rings. It's Tommy. Janet is shocked to hear from him, and asks how he got the number. Tommy lies that Johnny got it, and asks to talk to the kids. Janet peers out the window, probably expecting to see Tommy's truck sitting outside, and then hands the phone off to Katie, who asks Tommy if he's going to come visit them again. Tommy says he doesn't know, and then asks to speak to Connor. Connor immediately asks whether Tommy found his fire helmet, and Tommy says that he did. Connor asks his father to send it, and Tommy asks to talk to Janet. Tommy asks Janet if Colleen is around, and Janet lies that she's there, but doesn't want to talk. Tommy hands the phone to Colleen, who's sitting at his kitchen table. When Colleen says hello, Janet buries her face in her hand and collapses onto the couch. Colleen hands the phone back to Tommy, who rails against Janet for keeping his daughter's disappearance from him for six days. He concludes, "I'll see you in court, bitch." Colleen asks how she performed, and Tommy tells her that she was "pitch-perfect."
Suddenly, Tommy's at work, and he runs into Franco in the locker room. Franco hands over the Viagra Tommy requested, and says that it's "the longer-lasting one," which Tommy is psyched to hear. Franco asks Tommy if he saw anyone going through his locker because Franco's "down a couple quarts, pill-wise." You can tell an addict when he knows exactly how many pills he has left at any given time. I'm the same way with cigarettes. Tommy denies knowledge, even though he's the one that took them. Franco keeps asking about it, and Tommy gets all pissed off and accuses Franco of accusing him of stealing. Which he totally did.
Tommy goes into the bathroom and immediately pops open the bottle of Viagra. Why is he taking the Viagra at work? I don't think I want to know the answer to that question. He drops one of the pills on the floor and it rolls into a stall. Said stall contains Grinch, taking a dump. Grinch asks what Tommy is taking, and Tommy lies that it's cold medicine. I would start keeping track of how many lies Tommy tells in an episode, but I don't think I can count that high. Grinch stomps his foot down on Tommy's hand to keep Tommy from leaving and attempts to bust him for lying, but Tommy wrenches his hand free and runs out of the bathroom. I am so grossed out by the floors of public restrooms, I can't even tell you. The only things that freak me out more are belly buttons.