Cheryl’s working hard for the money as a cashier as she constantly battles Wolf and her kids over the decision to go straight as the bills pile up.
After a particularly tense family dinner, Cheryl finds $1,500 in an envelope from Wolf and refuses to touch it, further angering Wolf.
Plagued by her boss Lawrence, who likes to squeeze the female employees, Cheryl rebels.
Soon enough, $500 is missing from her cash drawer and she’s out of a job with Sergeant Mack breathing down her neck.
When a Big Foods truck carrying toilet paper is hijacked, there is yet another police raid on the West home.
Lawrence promises Cheryl to clear her name and rehire her, along with the female employees striking in protest of Cheryl’s firing, if she can get the toilet paper back, so she offers the $1,500 Wolf gave her as a reward for information.
Mr. Hong tells her where to look, but Mrs. T, a Native American employee, is the one who really gets paper back.
Wolf was behind it all along despite his earlier denial to Cheryl.
Meanwhile, Heather hates waitressing in a diner and dreams of becoming a model, so she seductively convinces Hope’s friend Tad to photograph her.
Hope eventually convinces Tad to destroy the pictures. Hope is also still blackmailing Valerie the assistant principal for having sex with Logan while he was a student, unaware they’re still sleeping together.
She agrees to stop since extortion of a family member is against the West code and the pictures all burn.
Logan soon wishes she hadn’t when Valerie thinks freedom from blackmail means they can talk marriage.
Cal starts sleeping with Mr. Hong’s beautiful and insatiable wife.