"God, why me?" That's what Sheila wants to know; Joel feels a smidge threatened, Anne spreads the gospel, and Abby and Eric pretend to date.
Sheila and Joel meet a knight and Anne lays down the law; there's a rumor going 'round that Eric and Abby are k-i-s-s-i-n-g.
Sheila and Joel want Anne out of their business -- good luck with that; Eric laments his heroics, and a woman's life hinges on potato salad.
Joel's feeling pressured to join the undead club; Ramona wants Eric, the FBI wants answers, and poor Mr. Ball Legs wants some attention.
Joel and Sheila engage in a battle of wits -- kind of -- with Tommy; Ron shares his plans; Lisa is forced to -- ugh -- get serious.
To stop the Knights of Serbia, one must become a Knight of Serbia -- that's Joel's logic, anyway; Sheila and Abby see another side of Jean.
Sheila's got a plan: turn Jean undead so she'll be around to meet her grandkid; Joel's not on board, but this train has already left the station.
A twist in the FBI's investigation takes Eric and Abby by surprise; Sheila introduces Jean to a new diet; Joel tries to trick the ever-elusive Ron.
Joel's eager to nail his interview and become a Knight of Serbia, but Sheila keeps salting his game; Abby hits the town with a new friend.
Joel and Sheila have a scary man's undivided attention; Abby and Eric are surprised by hungry visitors; a troublesome trio crashes the Hammonds' party.