On this week's episode of "Lizard Lick Towing" Ron Shirley makes several decisions. After surviving a repo that went bad, he wants to diversify. However, major conflict happens when he tells Amy his plans.
Ron tells Amy how he and Bobby were almost killed by an ax wielding, gun toting lumberjack. “I’ve been doing a little thinkin and it seems like the repo business is getting a little dangerous lately. I’m gonna go ahead and try to expand the food business, security business and bring in more gigs and have people work up under us.”
Amy tells him that Lizard Lick Towing pays the bills. The other side companies, like his food truck and security service are fine during the slow times, but he needed to continue with the company he started and made into a success. She also tells Ron that perhaps she should step up. “Because if it wasn’t for me, we wouldn’t have a business."
Ron and Bobby decide they need a career change. They want something that is less dangerous. Ron is sure that he can convince Amy to see things his way. He decides to take her on a second honeymoon. But it's not just rest and relaxation that he wants with Amy. He wants to convince her to close the doors on Lizard Lick Towing. The hard part of his decision is convincing Amy to agree with his plans. Bobby agrees to run the office while Ron takes Amy on a second honeymoon.
When Ron arrives home, he finds Amy making a fried baloney sandwich. Apparently, that's Ron’s favorite sandwich, especially if it's fried dark and crispy. He tells her to pack, that they are going away for the weekend. No phones, no Lizard Lick, no problems. It will be just the two of them.
Ten minutes after they leave home, Ron brings up the subject of leaving the towing company and finding something else to do. Amy knew there was a reason behind Ron's sudden wanting to take her away on a second honeymoon.
Then their honeymoon travels takes a sour turn.
Amy wonders if they are on the right road, but Ron assures her that it isn't hard to read a navigational system. Then the truck acts up. Ron asks Amy what she was doing to the truck and why is she pulling off the road. She answered him that it was the truck, not her. She didn’t know what was going on. She couldn’t steer, and the lights were going out. As they sit on the side of the road, they notice that the truck is overheating. Ron gets out to check under the hood.
"Good news is that it's not that big of a problem." The bad news is they weren’t going anywhere but behind a tow truck.
So much for their relaxing trip and second honeymoon. Next week should be very interesting.