Earl gives Joy a hot tub he found on the side of the road to cross an item off his list. However, Joy suffers an infection, and Crabman quarantines her in the trailer. As a result, Earl must perform Joy's daily chores.
Earl and Randy make amends for a depressed elderly man whose RV they stole years earlier. Their efforts fire him up enough that the man now wants to take revenge on another man who left him on the front line during the Korean War.
Earl finds out that he is no longer covered by the criminal code of ethics when someone steals Randy's birthday present from him. When he learns that the law of the underworld no longer protects him, Earl struggles with the idea of going to the police, despite Joy's protests that snitches are the lowest of the low.
Earl has a chance to cross two items off his list by throwing Joy's boys a Halloween party, and getting Randy a "little brother"--Catalina's nephew. But both could fail because everyone thinks Catalina's nephew is possessed.
Earl tries to help his old babysitter, whom he got pregnant by poking holes in her condom, by whipping her deadbeat son into shape. However, Randy gets mad at Earl when he recognizes the similarities between the man and himself.
Earl tries to help a man he bullied in grade school, but hides his true identity because the man has become a scary bodybuilder. Meanwhile, Randy begins taking shark adrenaline so that he can finally stand up to Joy.
Earl's efforts to help a reverend who is on his list multiple times drive the reverend back to his old life of crime, while Joy risks getting her third strike when she hits Catalina with a riding lawn mower.