We then see Ron cleaning crud out of the Mansion's pool and blowing up beach toys as sound effects of moaning women accompany the task. He almost has an asthma attack blowing up the toys.
Back at the bookstore, Tammy Faye says it's time for some Q&A, and that she used to think "Q&A" meant something dirty. She got it confused with "S&M." There's no telling what she thinks "AT&T" means. One lady asks if she's going to be able to mingle with the community while she's in town, and Tammy Faye says that the producers won't let them out of the house unless they're all together. She lets out her Phyllis Diller laugh, causing stray dogs in the next county over to cover their ears in pain. She tells everyone that she wears her panty hose and makeup to bed because of the cameras in the house. Tammy Faye admits that she has an unusual following, as she poses for a Polaroid with a scary-looking transvestite. The guy's looks suggest what might have resulted if Jeffrey Dahmer had discovered eyeliner. Ice is confused, because he thought the whole Tammy Faye aura was a Christian thing, and here he is surrounded by gays and transvestites. He needs someone to explain this all to him using a chalkboard and/or X-rated flash cards. Erik says he has a big gay following himself, but that it's for other reasons, as we see an old photo of him where his ass is sparkling. Someone asks what Tammy Faye would tell the parent of a gay child, and she says that if she had the chance to talk to the parents of a gay child, she'd tell them to love their gay children unconditionally. She then launches into a mini-sermon. Ice confesses that Tammy Faye's tremendous and doesn't judge people; that just blows him away. She launches into a lengthy diatribe about ancient civilization and how if you killed someone, you'd have to get the person you killed strapped to your back and eventually the weight from that person killed you. I wonder what kind of straps they used. Did they have leather straps back in ancient civilization? Alas, the mind boggles. Tammy Faye starts getting that cracking-voice pattern going as she talks about the fact that it took her years, but she finally unstrapped a dead person from her back. Apparently Tammy Faye killed someone in her past, and it's all coming out at a book signing. That's some heavy shit, man. I'll bet nobody was expecting a murder confession at a Tammy Faye book signing. Her preaching blew Ice away to the point where he had tears in his eyes. Erik says that, at one point, he and Ice looked at each other and said "Whoa!" Traci asks the burning question: "How can a tiny woman have such a big world about her?" I've already gone through half a bottle of Excedrin trying to decipher that jibber jabber.