George closely examines Roxie's candy, noting it's candy-coating, peanut-center and slightly-salted traits. The peanuts are grown in Georgia, brought to a factory processing unit, to the local store. George and Roxie are in a cab, waiting for an appointment. Georgia reveals she likes M&M's more than Roxie's candy. Roxie checks her watch, checks the empty parking space, and swears.
At the local Der Waffle Haus, Roxie explains the situation. Rube explains to George that the person gets to live, but their soul has begun to rot. George is astonished that there is a loophole so that an appointment can be rescheduled, thus saving a single person's life. Rube tells Mason that they're going to a Clearwater Casino, Canada, for a short business trip. Rube also gives George a post-it.
Betty is trapped in the morgue, in one of the pull-out corpse beds. Betty pounds, but nobody seems to hear her.
Reggie is being driven to school by Joy, and Reggie thanks Joy herself. Joy asks Reggie not to use her first name.
Reggie walks towards her school, as George watches from behind a tree. George notes how similar Reggie is to young-George. A group of children are standing around a dead black bird. Reggie picks up the bird and puts it in her backpack.
At the Happy Time building, Delores explains to Millie that cold and flu season is coming, and Delores wants to give Millie more responsibility. An insurance company is looking for a filer, and Delores wants Millie to make a list of people best suited for the job. While working, Millie ponders whether George could have avoided death, by eating her lunch inside. A post-it note from Rube is for a J.P. Monroe. Millie considers saving the man's life. Millie asks Delores if she can leave early, and Delores starts telling Millie about her PAP test.
Mason and Rube are on a bus, and Rube is quizzing Mason on his card-playing skills. Rube gets over-excited about the scenario, and Mason calms him down. Rube was talking about a scenario involving George, not the card-playing scenario.
On a television, television personality Gary Collins and former Miss America Mary Anne Mobley are shilling a product that works out your stomach while you sit around and do nothing. It is called Absolver.
George has found the offices of Monroe. George tells the secretary that she was drugged up by Monroe Jr. and then video-taped while homeless people made intercourse on her unconscious body. J.P. Monroe sees George, and George continues, hoping to cancel Monroe's appointment. If Monroe isn't at on the street corner where he's supposed to die at 1.46, the appointment gets cancelled, and George stalls long enough so that Monroe is still in his office building long past his death. Monroe gives George money, and leaves. Monroe's secretary's sister is a lawyer, and the secretary gives George her card.
Mason and Rube are at the airport, on stand-by. A baby starts crying, and Rube loudly decides to kill the baby. Mason notes a large airport security dog is looking at Mason shiftily. Inside Mason's colon, Mason is carrying drugs in a bag. The dog begins growling.
At Happy Time, Millie is happy that she saved a life. Crystal is licking Delores telephone. Delores, in Millie's cubicle, asks Millie how her PAP test went, before asking Millie to decorate her cubicle a bit.
A shirtless Mason is in a cell with two immigration officers, and one of the officers is wearing a latex glove. They ask Mason to remove his pants.
In another cell, Rube is being grilled over his homicidal comment directed at the infant. Rube offers to apologize.
At the Lass residence, Joy asks Reggie to take a class with her. Reggie cites her Yoga class on the weekend as an excuse. Joy explains that it's a pottery class.
Rube puts his apology in writing.
After being thoroughly searched, Mason is released. The immigration officers found no drugs because the bag has sprung a leak, inside Mason.
Back in the airport, Mason starts to feel the effects of the drugs. Another baby starts crying, and Rube loudly decides to kill the next baby.
Delores offers Millie an extra day, so she can now work a Monday to Wednesday work week. Millie accepts. A phone rings, and Delores tells Millie to pass along to Crystal, who should tell Marilyn that Sandra is available. Millie didn't want to order Crystal to do something, so Millie called Marilyn after getting the number off of Crystal. Delores comes over, and applauds Millie's initiative, while simultaneously putting down Crystal. Crystal stares at Millie.
George, Mason, Roxie and Rube are at Der Waffle Haus, Rube hands out a lot of last-minute assignments for the evening. Most of the deaths don't even have times, as long as they're performed within an eight-hour window of opportunity. The reapers darkly suggest at what kind of tragic event they believe to be in store for the night. Mason, still drugged up from his colon-drugs, asks if he can call in sick, and Rube says no. George casually comments on how her reap didn't arrive.
In the bathroom, Rube is grilling George, fully aware that George is lying. Mason bursts into the bathroom, very ill.
George and Mason jimmy a lock, and Mason falls down. The key appears, and they use it to enter. Mason is very drugged up. A man is dead on his chair, wearing an Absolver. The television is reporting on the lethal Absolver product, while P.J. Monroe apologizes for the deaths caused by this product.
George realizes that she visited Monroe at the wrong time, for Monroe had received some troubling news: the testing showed that people using Absolver sweat, and when combined with Absolver's electrical current, set people's stomachs ablaze. Monroe could have possibly recalled the product, had George not arrived with her story about Monroe's son drugging and video-taping George.
Monroe throwing his son down steps, trying to strangle the teen.
At Der Waffle Haus, the place is cram-packed full of souls killed by the Absolver product. Rube tries to explain to the ghosts that they haven't crossed over because there is a backlog. Mason is whimpering at a table. Roxie drives up outside, with her meter maid cart filled with souls. Roxie comes in, and Mason confesses why he's sick. In the washroom, George is crying. Rube grills George again, explaining that she shouldn't have done that. Rube warns George to sleep with the lights on.
At George's apartment, George is trying to sleep, but the gravelings keep attacking her. The mattress spring ends up through George.
At Rube's apartment, Rube lets Mason sleep on the floor. Rube gives Mason a puke-bucket.
At Happy Time, Crystal is sneezing and spreading disease in Millie's cubicle.
At Lass house, Joy finds Reggie's dead bird, and throws it out.
Inside Rube's apartment, Mason wakes up with his face in vomit. Mason gets into Rube's bed.
The Happy Time building, Millie realizes what Crystal has done to her cubicle. Gravelings open a cabinet so that Millie bangs her leg. Delores scolds Millie's harsh language.
George notes that all of her bridges are burning.
The Der Waffle Haus, Mason explains to Rube that he has been poisoned. George arrives and Rube leaves. George apologizes. Rube explains that George is going to die, again, only this time for good, if she keeps messing up. A post-it is left for Roxie. Mason compares Rube to a volcano, and decides that Rube will probably stay mad at George for months.
After Reggie enters her room at the Lass house, Reggie is surprised to find her Joy inside, drinking a bottle of wine. Joy asks Reggie how many dead animals are in the house, before telling Reggie that Reggie is crazy. Joy explains that she is tired of being at ends with Reggie.
Roxie enters Der Waffle Haus, after being antagonised by gravelings. George recognises that Roxie is having a very bad week. George feels bad that Roxie's friend, J.H. Arnold is Roxie's reap.
Roxie accidentally turned off the power in Arnold's building by ripping cords out of the fuse box. Arnold's alarm is powerless, and Arnold sleeps through his appointment with death.
On the inside of Happy Time, both Crystal and Millie are sabotaging each other's cubicles. Millie's light bulb explodes, while Crystal realizes her cubicle smells like canine feces. Millie sends up a white flag, and Crystal nods, agreeing on a time-out.
In a classroom, Joy and Reggie are taking a taxidermy class, which explains how to stuff a dead bird. Their classmates are mostly older men, of a creepy persuasion. Reggie seems to be enjoying working on the carcass of the dark Aves.
At Rube's apartment, he prepares a nice meal for two. The mysterious stranger drops the envelope under Rube's door and vanishes. Rube comes into the hall, offering food to nobody. Rube pours himself some wine while he examines the envelope, containing the next reaps.