Margene's at home when she gets a call from Ana, saying that Bill dumped her. Margene's almost as upset and confused as Ana was. Unfortunately, Ana can't talk at work, and asks if she can call later. Margene agrees and hangs up, wondering what the hell just happened. You think she'd be more or less worried if Ana had also discovered Bill's flat-tired Gigantomobile in the parking lot with Bill nowhere in sight?
Barb does homework in her study, but she jumps up when Sarah appears in the doorway, in tears. Barb hugs her, asking her what happened, as Sarah breaks down good and proper. Looks like they made up.
That white van speeds out of town, to what looks like an abandoned factory with dilapidated trailers and campers parked outside. A couple of people open the vehicle entrance door, then slam it shut as soon as the van is inside. And it looks like people are living in there -- people in the same sorry state as the women who torched Bill's boat, surrounded by dogs and crappy furniture and generally untenable conditions, like Heaven's Gate meets Norma Rae. Selma and Giant Moe Howard lead Bill through the building to the office, which Hollis Green has taken over for himself. He's a scary gray man in an armchair and dark glasses, wearing a suit and no tie with his shirt buttoned to the neck, glaring at Bill without moving or speaking. He could have been played by Dennis Hopper, except that the character's frightening vibe probably would have been undercut by people's association with more cuddly Hopper characters like Frank Booth.