We then go to Juniper Creek. Assorted packs of children run by, and the occasional pregnant woman in prairie clothing waddles in their wake. Inside the main building, Alby is smacking around what can only be the office intern: "Why are you doing that? Never look me in the eyes when you address me!" Damn, the Devil wears Prairie. Then Alby heads into Roman's office. It turns out that he only got a cursory audit -- the accountant calls it "a digest of the numbers, not the numbers themselves." Roman says dismissively, "His wives call him a genius. He's no genius." Alby just stands there. Roman finally addresses him directly: "What I wanted was the exact audited numbers, with the accountant's opinion letter. I want to know exactly what's going on with both Home Plus stores." Alby just nods, uncomprehending.
Meanwhile, in the other room, Rhonda's singing along to "You're So Vain." Alby is riveted. It takes him a moment or two to tear his gaze away. It's not clear whether he's bug-eyed from covetous lust or trepidation. We see that Rhonda's biding her time by sketching pictures of puppies. Viva home schooling!
Back at Henrickson's homes plus, Bill is stoking the fires of suspicion by busting that classic move of cheating husbands everywhere: flowers for no reason. Nicki takes the pot of hydrangeas from Bill and asks, "What's this?" "Beautiful flowers for my beautiful wives," he replies. Oh, Bill. Why not just put on a t-shirt reading "ASK ME ABOUT MY AFFAIR"? Nicki tries to fish for why she happened to pass Bill on the road earlier that day, but fails to get anything.