Wanda comes and finds Bill in the courthouse stairwell, where he's still staring out the window and trying to figure out what just happened. She pulls out Lois's gun and holds it out to Bill, not being remotely careful not to point it at him in the process. Bill snatches it out of her hands in a panic and stuffs it under his suit jacket. "This is your mother's. She was going to shoot the DA," Wanda announces loudly, and goes on her way. So now, through no fault of his own, Bill is standing inside a courthouse with a concealed handgun on his person. Boy, we've all been there, haven't we? He manages to keep it hidden until he can reach the bottom of the stairs, where he ditches it in a trash bin. Wiping his lips with a hanky is a nice touch.
Back home, Margene has decided to approach Pam and set her straight. So to speak. Holding Lester, she says she doesn't want Pam thinking she's "some girl with loose morals. The truth is, I'm a surrogate mother. For a very worthy infertile couple. I'm not getting paid for it. It's just something I can give. I didn't tell you because I thought you'd disapprove, but I think it's more important to be honest." Amazingly, lightning doesn't strike Margene down where she stands. And has it occurred to her to wonder how she's going to explain to Pam why she gets to keep the babies afterwards? I don't think that's part of standard surrogate protocol. But of course the important thing is for Margene to make herself look good. And we're about to see how that works out. "Well, it's not for me to judge," Pam says judgmentally, and slams into her house. There you go.