Margene and Ana are still hanging in Ana's dinky little apartment, talking about love and relationships and all that stuff, which has gone on so long that they missed their massage appointment. You know how chicks get to talking. Ana talks about an ex of hers, who is now married himself with a house in Dubrovnik, and that of course she wants to be married herself one day. Ana suddenly gets a horrible thought: "Do you think Bill is married?" Standing on Ana's treadmill, Margene sets it on "loiter" and shrugs that she doesn't think so. "You can usually tell," she says confidently. Ana asks if that means that Margene has dated a married man. Margene admits that yes, indeed she has, although she doesn't say she married one. Yet. They both laugh mischievously, and Ana says Margene reminds her of what she misses the most: "My girlfriends." Wow, that hits Margene where she lives. She stops the treadmill and blurts, "I'm a polygamist. I have a husband and two wives." Ana's amazed, but not remotely upset. She asks Margene what it's like. Margene says, "It's good! Sometimes it's hard." Okay, if she can get away with that answer, I am officially spending way too much time on these recaps. Ana throws her arms around Margene, grateful that she shared. She asks what Margene's husband is like. We're all hoping Margene will say, "Well, he's a lot like your Bill because he's him." But instead she just tells her, "Thoughtful. He's strong, and cute. Special." Ana asks about Margene's wives. Margene says, "You know how they say everyone has a soul mate? Well, so far, I've found three." Ana's too busy returning Margene's rapturous smile to notice how hard Margene hit that "so far." Say, what's the number on Ana's apartment door again?
Don enters Bill's office in a right state. He says he spent all morning trying to get in touch with Carter Reese at Weber Gaming, and when he finally up and went down there, that the company's manager told him, "some nutjob showed up a few days ago and threatened Reese about something." I don't know why either Don or Bill is remotely surprised at this, considering how panicky Reese was acting last week. Don says that during the nutjob's visit, Reese was branded. "In the industry?" Bill says. "No, in the keister!" Don sitcoms, demonstrating the concept of cattle-branding with a hissing noise. And amazingly, they're still not considering bailing out of this deal or even figuring out how to get their earnest money back. Would Bill be so calm if this were still Season 1, when he was expected to wave his naked ass all over the screen? The point of all this is that Reese has gone into hiding. Well, at least with the brand on him he won't easily blend into another herd.