This week's episode started off by making men everywhere feel a little better about their bodies by featuring the great Stevie completely in all his pale, flabby nude glory. Seems young Stevie is on something of a quest, following the exact path of his hero by unraveling the "clues" Kenny "left for him" on his credit card bill. These clues lead him to a brothel in El Paso, Texas where we find Stevie, uh, following in Kenny's footsteps- so to speak.
It doesn't take long for the two to meet. Unfortunately Kenny isn't too happy to see his old friend and shoots him. In Kenny's defense, it had been a long day and Stevie had broken into his house. Unable to bring himself to put his now-injured ward out on the street, Kenny reluctantly lets Stevie stay on his couch while he goes about trying to bond with his team. This goes about as well as you might expect.
Eventually Kenny is able to bring himself to ask Stevie what became of April after his hasty exit. Stevie sadly explains that she ultimately married Cutler and that Kenny should just move on. Kenny reacts poorly to the news and puts Stevie on a poultry truck headed back to America.
Kenny once again retires from the great game of baseball immediately before his first game with the Charros, only to quickly unretire after a pep talk from his coach, taking the mound for the final pitch of the game.
Yes, that is Hulk Hogan's old theme music.
Kenny easily strikes out the batter. Unfortunately, nobody really cares. Evidently they just don't go nuts for showmanship in Mexico. On the upside, Stevie escapes the poultry truck and comes right back to Kenny, so we have that to look forward to next week.