The episode starts with Dangle playing a little prank on Wiegel; he's been telling her that the showers are haunted, and to seal the deal he dons a white sheet in order to scare her on her next visit to the locker room. Unfortunately for Dangle, Trudy has brought her baton with her and he ends up getting some stick time.
At the morning meeting Mayor Hernandez drops by to give a little pep talk to the deputies and make sure they've taken care of a little "incident" that happened. Before he leaves he gives Dangle a briefcase for him to hang on to. Trudy notices that the briefcase is dripping.
Junior and Jones visit Steve Marmalla, who is holding auditions for young girls and women who want to be in The Nutcracker. His fun is interrupted when Dangle shows up to audition wearing a rainbow leotard.
Junior and Dangle pull over an obviously drunken driver only to find out it's Bunny Hernandez, the mayor's wife. Instead of arresting her they give her a ride to Tahoe, all the while masturbating in the back seat.
At a local strip club, what looks to be a corpse is actually a customer who's taken too much Viagra and is too embarassed to walk out with a stiffie. So the deputies pretend to revive him and let him crawl out of the club with his dignity.
Back at the precinct Mayor Hernandez has stopped by once again to give another rambling, incoherant pep talk. This time he leaves a recently fired pistol for the deputies to take care of.
Junior busts a brother that's fronted as a daycare called Little Darlings. He grabs the madame and throws her across the room and roughs up a john. It's then that he realizes he's at the wrong address.
Clementine and Kimball answer a call about a breaking and entering at the home of a former makeup artist who fears that Georgia Engall, from The Mary Tyler Moore Show, is seeking revenge for the horrible hairhe gave her while on mushrooms years ago. The intruder turns out to be a wet & dry vac with a wig on it.
At yet another meeting Mayor Hernandez, in handcuffs and with a bandaged hand, drops by and lets the deputies know that it's time to pay the fiddler. Not much of the speech makes sense, but when it's done he hands Dangle a matchbook with a name on it and tells him to "handle it".