Norma: "Why are you putting groceries in our refrigerator?"
Dylan: "Because I live here? Because I have been eating your groceries and now I have lots of money to pay you back with?"
Norma: "I don't buy it! What's your game?"
Dylan: "My game is, I went to the store to buy food for you and me and my brother to eat. WTF, Norma?"
Norma: "I hate it. I hate you and I hate your groceries and I hate that this is clearly some grocery-related scheme or scam or flimflam."
Dylan: "Man, you are the worst."
Norma: "Yeah, maybe."
Dylan: "So uh, your cop boyfriend..."
Norma: "Here we go."
Dylan: "No, I just... I don't trust him. For reasons I told Norman I wouldn't share."
Norma: "I'm not going to take dating advice from you, my least eligible child."
She stalks off, clicking her pen over and over just like Norman, and Dylan just kind of shrugs, because That's So Norma.
Norman's coming home from the video store with a few DVDs of old movies he thought would cheer Bradley up. I wonder what they are? I bet they're good choices, like, none of those movies where the chick's dad dies and she bones the nearest guy. Which is like every movie. He spots Shelby issuing somebody a citation, and flips out and runs off, much to Shelby's dismay.
Shelby does not know that Norman knows, or thinks he knows, about the girl in his basement, so either he is being legitimately sketchy in one way or fairly sketchy in the other. When he jumps out from behind a building with a flashlight, though, scaring the piss out of Norman and laughing in his face: Either way, sketchy. Although the physically revolted faces Norman keeps shooting him -- in between the scared little-kid smiles -- are quite the response.
Shelby: "Hey, Norman! Why so serious?"
Norman: "I'm taking movies to my friend with the dead dad."
Shelby: "Death is profound, isn't it?"
Norman: "Ugh. What did you just say to me."
Shelby: "You're a sensitive kid, huh. Going through a lot."
Norman: "Bitch, you have no idea. Don't touch me."
It was at this point where I had a sort of brain-fizz and I thought, first, that I hope this whole sex-slave thing blows over somehow because I wish Shelby would stay on the show forever because he is awesome. And second of all, that it would be good if Norma turned on him for some reason and he ended up idolizing Zach Shelby for a little while. I can't see the logistics from here, but I just think it would be good, and within bounds, for Norman at some point to crush on Zach.