After a shower, Wanda comes out of Barb and Bill's bathroom into their bedroom. There are no snakes in the bed, but there's something arguably as bad on it: Lois, with a fancy gift bag for her daughter-in-law. Wanda accepts it -- and pulls out a big jug of antifreeze. Oh, come on, what's wrong with a nice cabernet? "Roman's up in Nicki's bedroom," Lois tells Wanda conspiratorially. "All alone. No one's around." Wanda says she can't, to which of course Lois says that Wanda has already proven she can. "You don't know the strain it puts on my marriage," Wanda protests. Lois leans on her some more. Wanda says, "First you tell me to get Frank. Then the D.A. Then Alby. Then your landlord at the laundromat." Hee, I didn't know about that last one. Lois shushes Wanda, and reminds her that Wanda did Alby all on her own. That's Wanda's point; she can't stop once she gets started. "You have no idea how hard I'm wrestling with my impulses right now!" Lois brightly says that's just Wanda's conscience, and pats her knee maternally. She says she's "looking out for" Wanda, as if that means anything in this context besides Lois always being careful to drink only from a flask she filled herself.
Roman's sleeping in his bed, and his next visitor isn't Wanda, but Sarah and Heather. Well, perhaps "visit" is the wrong word, as Sarah whispers a dare at Heather to touch him. "No way, he's like Dracula!" Heather hisses, but does so anyway when Sarah nudges her hard enough to nearly spill the pitcher of water she's holding. Sarah's not done mocking, though. Indeed, she hasn't even started. She flirts with the unconscious man, asking, "Am I young enough? Am I pretty enough?" I keep expecting Roman's eyes to open, or for a smile to creep across his slack face. Sarah starts writhing on the bed's footboard, which of course is when Nicki appears in the doorway. Show's over.
Nicki's called Bill to her house, and she's complaining furiously about Sarah needing to be punished, while Sarah stands there looking miserable and embarrassed. Bill rubs that Nicki-spot on the back of his neck. He asks Sarah what she was thinking. Sarah apologizes to Nicki, which of course doesn't satisfy her and in fact sends her off into a fresh rant. Bill interrupts that by sending Sarah to her room, and she's only too happy to go, 18 or no. This turns out to be a mistake on Bill's part, because now Nicki turns her rage on Bill instead. She starts talking about putting Roman in a hotel, or taking him back to the compound. "Why not restore him to his devoted now?" she demands. Bill says Roman isn't going back, period. "I'm having your father and your brother removed from power, for good," he says. Well, at least Nicki isn't upset about Sarah anymore. Nicki asks what happens to her family, and her mom, and Bill just tells her, "It's over! He's finished!" Nicki insists that Roman's got 38 years left. "He said he'd rule until he's 118 and he will. He's the prophet!" Bill asks if she really believes that. Nicki, of course, does. Bill says Roman doesn't deserve the way Nicki scrambles for his love and approval. Nicki storms out of the kitchen, saying she won't let Bill do this. Bill goes out to the backyard. Is anyone going to remember to tell Sarah when she can come out of her room?