- The Writer – Chris Finn
- Director – Rob King
- A brief synopsis – Oscar gets less than he expects when he tries to return some empty bottles, and he takes his issue to the police…then everyone in town. Brent’s semi-successful cousin comes to town and ends up in a talent show with Brent. Davis is irritated that Karen refuses to act in the show with him. Lacey overcomes her hesitation and decides to be a judge for the show.
- The best line – Fitzy’s Grandma: With him the customer was always number one. Oscar always treated people with great respect. Oscar (walking behind Fitzy’s Grandma and pointing at her): Hey Jackass, stop talking to this old wing nut and pump my gas! (She rolls her eyes) Brent: Well, he’s a people person…
- The best moment – Gotta go with Karen’s entry into the talent show.
- The best storyline – This episode is all Oscar. His quest for justice takes the cake…from everyone in town.
- Notable guest appearance – Mike Wilmot as Cousin Carl, Dale Wilson as the Man from Glad in Brent’s “Happy Place.”
- Em’s Favorite Character – Karen was the best because of her Dummy Davis.
- Grade – A-
One of the great episodes featuring Oscar. We get to see his absolute unwillingness to see reason, coupled with an opportunism quite rare for someone who has such a small amount of self-awareness. Brent and Carl’s antagonism, while cliché, is handled deftly. We get to say goodbye just about the time we feel like Brent does about him. As for Karen, this is a major episode for her, as we finally get to see her wicked side in full effect. We like it. A lot.