Lex goes to Orient to see someone about a horse, and then brings joy to those around him when he returns.
Lex finds a TV converter box without having to leave the state and an HDMI cable at his favorite thrift store, both of which allow him to give the gift of PBS to his friend.
Lex annoys a friend before and after delivering a spin bike to Ellie.
After being insulted by a lowball offer, Lex tries to give a bed to the victim of a house fire.
Lex gets some IKEA shelves for free and then encounters some buyers who shoulda bought a weird van.
Lex is sure he's going to be able feed his Barnana habit after getting a spin bike for free... until he actually reads the rules of the freecycle group where he found it.
After seeing someone wheel their free barrow, Lex helps strangers get a desk.
Right before selling a tent that he got for free, Lex gets a Lemonhead's song stuck in his head.
Much anxiety is instilled in Lex when he can't get the new Knicks shirt he wants until Simo comes over to buy his old Knicks shirt.
After selling a pair of basketball shoes on Poshmark, Lex is sure the buyer appreciates 5th metatarsal bumps as much as he does.
After making it clear that he has never been dumpster diving, Lex sells a toddler bed.
In order to facilitate the sale of a framed picture of Venice Italy, Lex puts his clairvoyance skills to work.
Just in time for the Covid-19 stay at home order, Lex happens upon the perfect TV to affix to a wall mount that he bought AND installed before measuring anything.
Lex risks losing his Mavericks shirt for nothing when selling it, but ends up getting full price AND donuts.
After giving all of his soda to an artist friend, Lex sells a Mountain Dew sign and Pokémon Legos.
Despite no longer needing help with a hubcap and forgetting that Joe Burrow was getting drafted that day, Lex still gets a free clock by accident.
After not sending enough messages or being sufficiently excited about someone's interests to maintain a friendship... he guesses, Lex sells a resistance band.
After finding an apparently extremely rare, tube with lid, NBA backpack, Lex compares himself to Sam Hinkie, Steve Jobs and Steph Curry.
After getting some video games and accessories for free, Lex attempts to essentially trade them for Super Mario chess.
After consistent rowing renders them unnecessary, Lex is judgmental and unfair when selling his set of hand weights.
Lex pushes his children through a thrift store on a coffee table before destroying a romanticized view.
It's worth actual money to Lex to get a speaker the kids can't destroy.
Lex gets a folding exercise bike for free, leading him to explain the phenomenon that was Flow Society shorts.
On a rare day NOT riding the bus home from work, Lex makes sure the thrift store and free random garage stuff are on his way home.
Oh, you know. Just a story about Lex getting as well as selling a garden fork and nothing more.