Nelle and New Guy forced the husband to settle for -- holy shit! -- $225,000! Jesus, that's a lot of cabbage. And it was all New Guy's "sleazy, scummy blackmail" threat that did it. Great. New Guy congratulates Nelle for not having a heart of gold inside. Nelle says she "appreciates that." He leaves, saying, "Until we scheme again." Poor Nelle. I'll be her friend.
The jury finds Heather guilty. Miss Bump points a finger at the foreman and yells, "FIX!" Hee. The judge gives her three months of jail time, "all suspended." The gavel bangs. Hooray! Only four more episodes left!
The Mexican place. The band plays "The Man Who Never Returned." Heather is in a mariachi outfit, singing voicelessly, sharing the spotlight with John. She looks happy. I guess the Bar is being dressed for Dame Edna's wedding, because the whole office is present, knocking back margaritas. Nelle calls Miss Bump "Debbie" again. Dame Edna and Miss Bump exchange insults. Dame Edna is a "big woman," while Miss Bump is a "little hobbit" and a "pip-squeak." Richard asks Nelle if it's okay that the New Guy sticks around. Dude, he just took in $225 Gs, and you have to ask Nelle? My god. The band plays on.
Still in their outfits but holding their sombreros, Heather and John walk down the "Boston" "streets." John calls Heather "a good singer." Ha ha ha. And where are Heather's husbands? "Busy." But she's happy to spend an evening with "Tom Dooley." She says she can relate to his hole, too. And would he like to have dinner, maybe? John says yeah, he would, but he has to say no. Because he's scared he'll fall in love with her. She says, "They say good things come in threes." He says her life isn't his life. And, after a sweet, sexless goodnight peck, she's off. But she lets him keep her hat, to remember her by. The door closes after her, and Vonda starts singing that "poor boy, you're bound to die" song. Poor show. You're going to die.