Mr. Tuttle and Mr. Murray decide to take their TV show, "America Sings" to Odyssey so that the program can have the feeling of a small town. When Connie reads a newspaper article describing this big event to Tamika, Eugene, and others, they all get excited.
On another typical day in Odyssey, Bernard and Connie are looking at the classified ads. It seems that Bernard is soon going to purchase a new pickup. Just then, Eugene comes in, announcing that he and Katrina are moving out of their cabin and into a house in Odyssey. Everyone is happy Eugene is back to normal and are excited to help the pair transition to their new home--everyone, that is, except for Bernard. It's not that Bernard isn't excited for Eugene and Katrina...he just doesn't trust Eugene with borrowing his truck. He's trying to sell it and is afraid if anything happens to it, its resale value will be lowered. Eugene, however, assures him that he will treat the truck with "utmost care" and lets Bernard borrow his car in the meantime.
Through a mass of miscommunication coupled with a dying cell phone, Eugene believes Bernard is having Eugene's car repaired as "an act of benevolence." Eventually the truth all comes out, and all parties get a first hand example of the importance of showing mercy.