Joey calls Bill from his new cell phone to pass on the name of the lawyers suing Roman (Bill needs to pass it on to the Polygamy Czar and the attorney general). It turns out that Frank inadvertently passed it on. Joey says, "He thinks he's being cagey, but he's just a blowhard. You gotta get him in a windbag kind of mood, I guess." Then the conversation shifts: Joey's all, "So, Wanda tells me you're planning on adding a fourth wife to the mix?" and Bill is like, "This is news to me."
Back at the Henricksons' homes plus, Barb is walking through the door with a few bags of groceries, only to be greeted by Nicki glowering at her from the kitchen. Nicki says dramatically, "I have to speak to you," so Sarah sullenly rolls her eyes, gets up from the kitchen table, and scrams. Continuing with the drama, Nicki says, "Bill is dating someone. A fourth wife." Barb looks dumbfounded. Thrilling to her role as the wives' leader, Nicki says, "Oh, Barb, there's no time for that now." Barb doesn't think that's the case; Nicki emphatically replies, "I do. And, may I say, she is certainly not the kind of fourth wife we would want! He's having relations with her." Barb asks, "What?" It's not clear whether she's playing along with Nicki or surprised that Nicki's come to this conclusion. Nicki continues, "Well, he is susceptible. I happen to know for a fact that he had relations premaritally with one of us. I'm not naming names, but it wasn't me and it certainly wasn't you. It was Margene. That's not right." How much do I love that "I'm not naming names, but I totally am" business? Barb grasps for the kind of response that'll keep Nicki from thinking that it's actually Barb that Bill's seeing, and finally asks, "What do you want me to do with this information?" "Well, we have to stop him!" Nicki says petulantly. She also wants to find out who the brazen hussy is, because in her world, Bill's not really doing anything too wrong -- he was tempted by a woman of loose morals. Nicki smugly concludes, "Obviously, it's not someone from the compound." Barb dryly agrees that's the case. I have a feeling Nicki is thinking compound women are too virtuous for that sort of thing, while Barb is thinking they're too frumpy to appeal to Bill.