The episode begins with another church related dream of Hank's, this time involving Bill and a homosexual blow job. After Hank questions who wants to suck whose cock, he inquires about a girl who is beautiful, smart, funny, but not Karen. After Bill states that Karen does not love him, she loves Bill, a nun bursts into the room and begins to make out with Bill (who simultaneously gives the finger to Hank). When Hank wakes up from the dream, he is in bed with Meredith. Meredith uses the phrase 'LOL' which causes Hank to state that although he does not have a problem with the word, he believes every time a person uses it, they are 'contributing to the death of the English language'.
After the introduction it is revealed that Charlie and his wife Marcy are having some marital issues, the situation is further escalated by Marcy trying to insert her finger into Charlie's buttocks, at the suggestion of Hank, who merely suggested she 'spice' things up.
When Bill arrives at Hank's apartment and states that they need to have a talk about Mia, Hank gets worried and noticeably agitated. Hank begins to ramble on how 'I'm really sorry, it's just a fucked up situation and it should of never happened, and no one is really to blame. But I am glad you are here so we can get on the same page.' alluding to when he slept with Mia Bill questions Hank on what he is talking about, Hank does not reply and allows Bill to speak, stating the reason why he came over was because he has to go out of town on business, and he was supposed to speak at Mia's creative writing class. Bill was hoping that as a writer Hank could step in for him. Hank relents, but not without taking something in exchange - Bill's leather jacket. Hank wins over the students at Mia's all-girl school and also learns that her teacher lusts after the young girls he teaches (which later causes him to remark to Karen 'Please promise me we will never send Becca there').
Hank gives a radio interview (with Henry Rollins) where he rants about the lack of proper language on the internet, calling the people who use it stupid. Afterwards, he has supper with Charlie, Marcy and Meredith. Meredith is angry because she used cyberlanguage on him before and feels the rant was directed at her, so she breaks it off with him. The next morning, she comes back to get her things, and she reveals that her married lover has left his wife thanks to Hank's actions in the previous episode. In the end, she and Hank part on rather good terms after a last session of kitchen sex.
At home, Becca's pre-teen crush on her guitar teacher ends in her first heartbreak when, that night, he goes off with Mia instead. Afterwards, Hank tries to comfort her in his own way.