Baby Doll abruptly left Dip's party after her argument with Al, making him look foolish in front of his family and friends. Dip was pissed and decided to confront her the next day, but his approach to the situation sets off a chain of events that will have lasting effects on everyone.
An old demon resurfaces in Dip's life as a means to cope with Bay Doll running off to New York, as Alan is left to babysit a very dysfunctional Dip. Dottie feels its time to expose Baby Doll's secret because Al needs to know the truth. So, she and Emily drag Al off to New York to show him the daughter that he didn't know he had. And, when he sees Allie for the first time in church, his world is completely rocked when she calls Baby Doll, mama. It's a thin line between love and hate. And, the rage that ignites within Al could jeopardize his feelings for the love of his life.
Jeffery, Baby Doll's father calls and warns his godson, Cleopus (Dip), that he is displeased with his actions towards his daughter. Dip reassures him that his intentions are good as he professes his love for Baby Doll. But his drug habit is causing problems with his rational thinking. He feels that Al needs to disappear in order for him and Baby Doll to be happy. However, it is difficult for him to make rational decisions, and Baby Doll is growing more and more impatient with his bizarre behavior. However, a turn of events will change the tide, giving Dip the upper hand towards his happiness. Will Baby Doll be able to cope with everything weighing down on her shoulders? Or, will she decide that another fate is best?