Frankie is ecstatic when she wins free maid service for a month. But the Heck house turns out to be quite the frustrating challenge to clean. Meanwhile, when Mike and Rusty's dad, Big Mike (recurring guest star JOHN CULLUM), starts to have trouble taking care of himself at home, the brothers begrudgingly begin to look at assisted living facilities for him; and when the Winnebago gets too cold and dangerous to inhabit since snow is coming through a hole in the roof, Axl, Hutch and Kenny attempt to move in with Sue and Lexie in their temporary college housing. Guest star NORM MACDONALD returns as Mike’s brother, Rusty.
In this super-sized episode, Earl is faced with belated growing pains when he decides to get his first real job at an appliance store and his qualifications as a salesperson are questioned. Meanwhile, Joy (Jaime Pressly) makes yet another irrational decision when she dreads her upcoming trial. Eddie Steeples, Nadine Velazquez and Ethan Suplee also star.
A horrific discovery finds the group at crossroads and prompts one of them to revisit past trauma.
While searching for a missing nurse's aide, Maureen Grady (Clare Carey - "Coach"), who disappeared from a rural road while changing a flat tire, the team discovers that this seemingly all-American woman is actually a fugitive wanted for bombing an abortion clinic. After initially participating in the team's investigation, Maureen's husband, Nathan (Max Martini - "The Division," "24"), goes into hiding when the agents discover Nathan's and Maureen's real identities along with their involvement in a deadly bombing 15 years ago. While attempting to obtain useful information from the couple's teenage son, Luke (Jesse Head), the squad explores whether the woman's abduction is connected to the bombing.
El-Train's musical idol (Sherman Hemsley) hits a sour note when the jazz singer steals one of the teen's songs and passes it off as his own.
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