Ever in the mood to take in an evening of Serbian folk-dancing in the park? Apparently Bill has, because he's sitting alone in an audience of people who are way more into the Slavic entertainment than he is. And he's not all that happy about it. At least not until Ana shows up and takes the seat next to him, apologizing for her lateness and pleading traffic. I would back her up on that, but since the only time I've ever driven through Salt Lake City is when they were prepping for the 2002 Olympics and therefore had every exit on I-15 closed off from Ogden to Orem, it wouldn't really be fair. But Bill not only accepts the excuse, he starts getting into the show, clapping along with the audience and everything. I just realized that this is probably the most ethnic situation Bill's ever been in.
Afterward, they're walking along, and Ana's heel breaks. Aw, she wore her best shoes. Or perhaps, given what we see of her apartment later, her "other" shoes. She hobbles over to a snow cone stand to order a cherry one, as Bill offers to have her shoes fixed. Because, you know, stewardship and all that. Ana says it doesn't matter; she's walking on air anyway. Nice try, Big Love, but it's going to take more than that to get your old Sunday night time slot back from that other show. Bill tries to respond in romantic kind by commenting on the changeability of Ana's eye color. She samples her snow cone, then nearly topples over on her broken shoe, allowing Bill to catch her and pull her into a kiss. He probably secretly filed that heel away himself during the performance, using an emery board attached to his own shoe. Not that I've ever done that.
The morning after his date, Bill's back at home with his wives. Or at least one of them. He and Barb stand in the driveway admiring the new boat in the driveway. Teeny and Nicki's kids are crawling around on it, while Bill tries to pretend that he knows anything about boats. Example: Teeny asks where the brakes are, and Bill bluffs that if you want to stop, you drop the anchor. He's going to get terrible gas mileage. Ben comes out and asks if they'll take it to the lake, and as he climbs up inside, Barb's like, no, because the lake is stinky and swarming with flies. Plus there's the question of how to move the boat from one place to another, given that Bill drives that huge Gigantomobile around and it doesn't even have a trailer hitch. In a minute their only practical option is going to be enlarging the pool. They all decide for now to just celebrate the new boat with some ice cream, because it's not like they know what else to do with the thing. It should be mentioned that at no point in this scene does Bill explain where this expensive new toy came from, and Barb doesn't ask. Doe she know anything at all about the Weber Gaming deal?