Nancy is getting a promotion at work, so she is offered a better car and more New England territory. She also manages to pick up Adderall to sell.
Silas is happy about getting to grow everyday at work, while Shane is having trouble dealing with tapeworm-infested homeless people at the police impound. Luckily his girlfriend Angela saves him.
Jill is going through menopause and decides to drown her sorrows in foie gras and wine. This means she is not pregnant with Andy’s baby, and that she has been withholding this information from him. Jill fears losing Andy, the only cork plugging the hole that is her life. As much as Nancy claims to want Andy and Jill together, all they have been is a train wreck.
Nurse Joan offers Nancy an olive branch in the way of giving her a cut of the sales from Adderall to college students but Nancy seems hesitant.
Zachary and Silas go head to head at a better strain competition in the pot growing lab facilities. A testicular cancer ridden raccoon with a serious case of the munchies confirms that our boy Silas beat out the highly-strung Zachary.
Doug’s charity has come under scrutiny so he tries to coerce homeless people into his shelter. Alas, Doug’s quest on the streets fails and instead he gets stabbed. He hopes to woo the homeless by bringing his maid to vouch for his charitable nature, but instead she gets stabbed on the streets too.
When Jill tells Andy the truth, it is revealed that Andy got a mold made to get fake toes. Fathers need ten toes. Andy still wants a kid though, and talks about adopting with Jill. But Andy, never afraid of being honest, still wants a mini-Andy running around, not an Asian baby.
Nancy seeks guidance from the rabbi but ends up straddling him, despite his words of guidance on abstaining from temptation. This indulgence with the rabbi allows Nancy to say no to the sketchy business proposition.
Shane wants to quit the junkyard business until it is revealed that he gets money under the table from shady selling of cars. Silas nearly cries when he sees his beloved plants being turned into the pills that Nancy will be selling.
Nancy admits that Jill is a better mom than her as her concerns about Stevie surface. Apparently Stevie was taught that “bagel” is the capital of New York. Now that Nancy is being taken away from Stevie twice a month, she has started worrying her decisions have adversely affected her children.
Jill assists Nancy in busting her car to get out of selling pills across New England. The sisters also bond at a fraternity party were they are selling Adderall to jacked up bros. Jill has always envied Nancy’s wild lifestyle, and now she has finally allowed Jill into her world.
This level of sister bonding seems temporary at best, realistically disastrous, and lethal to Andy at worst.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun