Margene sits at the diner with Barb, stressing out about Nicki's lateness. Finally Nicki joins them, saying, "Someone lost a mattress on the 215." Barb realizes what that means, and looks up from her perusal of the menu to accuse Nicki of having gone downtown to mess with April Blessing. "You are better than her and you should rise above it," she lectures. "It's like talking to a fortune cookie," says Nicki. Meanwhile, Margene's got this expression like, could you guys please not fight when I'm about to secretly introduce you to your next sister-wife? Ana shows up at their table right then, of course, and she and Margene happily greet each other by name. Margene introduces Ana to her "friends," Barb and Nicki, and Ana nods knowingly at the oblivious sister-wives. Margene invites Ana to sit down next to her in the booth. "We're not quite ready to order yet," Nicki says uncomfortably. Apropos of noting, Margene tells them that Ana's from Serbia. "That's the former republic of You-go-slavia," she clarifies. Barb feigns interest, and Ana deadpans, "Oh, yes. The bombings, the refugees. My village was burned." She has Barb and Nicki's attention now, all right. "Joke," she adds lamely, but Margene is the only one who laughs. Nicki orders the tuna salad sandwich sans celery, crisply handing back the menu. Margene looks at Nicki like she just peed on the table.
At Bill's office, he's discussing the situation with Don, who's surprised at Margene's feelings about Ana. "I don't know if I'd call it bearing testimony," Bill says. "Margene's more of a gossip." Oh, shut up, Bill, you and Barb both. Margene's going to bring you both down one day, and it won't be an accident. Don asks if Ana's interested in a real commitment, or if she's just trying to get "down your Dockers." Bill thinks it's for real, so Don tells him to bring Ana into the fold already. "If this is the Holy Spirit talking," Don advises, "then be strong in that conviction." Yeah, they've known each other for over a week now. Daylight's burning, Billy-boy.