When Sarah's cherished Hamburglar doll is missing, she fires her maid, Dora, believing she stole it. Without a maid, Sarah's life descends into squalor and chaos. Realizing she needs her maid back, Sarah sets out for Mexico, where Dora has relocated - and has become a surprisingly powerful woman.
Sarah enters a serious romance with God. She starts to sour on his neediness and deep-seeded insecurity, but she also wants to show him off at her high school reunion. Brian and Steve wonder if smoking marijuana is what originally caused them to be gay.
After their mother's grave - and skeleton - is defiled, the Silverman sisters become contestants on their favorite TV show in hopes of winning the money to replace the tombstone. In the stress of competition, Sarah's childish obsession with doodie humor rocks her relationship with Laura, and threatens the honor of their departed mother.
Sarah wagers that it's easier to be a black person in American than a Jewish person, and attempts to prove it by becoming "black" for a day with the help of a makeup artist. She embarks on an odyssey in which she becomes the beloved and persecuted leader of a unique racial justice movement. Brian and Steve grievously miscalculate the potency of medical marijuana.