I actually really liked this episode because it dealt with a rather popular issue people seem to face today.
When it comes to some families, some parents do not realize how hard it can be to live on minimum wage, especially in this day and age. Yes, back then it was more possible but not really today. I also liked how it showed how hard it can be for a homeless person to get a job as evidence by the part where Stan tries to apply for one but due to not living in the house, takes a "clean up" near a dumpster which happened to be outside the building he was going to apply to. Yeah, I just love how darkly accurate this could be to real life.
The subplot with Roger and Steve was okay. Not great but okay. I laughed at the slow-mo car scene with the music as well when Klaus passes them by, that was pretty funny. Other than that, not a whole happened.
Yes, the episode was not as great as the others but the subject matter really struck home with me as I could relate to it. So yeah, all in all, the episode was okay.