In the kitchen, Rhonda tells Nicki in no uncertain terms that she doesn't want to go to Wyoming. I'm not going to ask Rhonda the difference between one large, red, rectangular, bumpy state and another, mainly because Rhonda probably doesn't know. Nicki says staying with them may not be in the cards, so Rhonda goes right to her trump: "You haven't told anyone what Old Roman did to Barb, have you?" Nicki plays dumb, but Rhonda pushes it, saying that the knowledge of Roman's role in their exposure would kill Barb, they would all hate Nicki, and Bill would dump her. "This isn't Juniper Creek," Nicki says, and adds, "You're the one that told Papa in the first place, you little monster!" Apparently a sound barrier has been spontaneously erected between the kitchen and the family room, since Sarah and Teeny don't seem to be privy to this conversation. However, because Nicki left the back door open, Margene overhears this last phrase as she's straightening up in the back yard. She looks up to see what's going on. Nicki makes the valid point that Rhonda wouldn't come off too well herself if she spilled the beans. "I'm damaged," Rhonda says, by way of explaining that nobody would blame her. Which, she's half right. I think she's overestimating the amount of leverage she has. Unfortunately, so is Nicki. Rhonda continues, "And if they knew you didn't tell them, they'd know you were a big. Fat. Liar that kept secrets from them." Yeah, Rhonda hit a nerve there, after Nicki's debt debacle from last season. Nicki's looking cornered as Rhonda insists that she's staying there with the Henricksons: "I am not going back to the compound." Margene is still standing there slackjawed. It's unclear how much of all that she heard, let alone understood. Not to worry, she'll know everything by the end of the episode.
A bit later that morning, Teeny and the younger boys play basketball on the front sidewalk. Meanwhile, Don is helping Bill unload a jungle gym kit from the back of a Home Plus delivery truck. Which is odd, because I could have sworn that jungle gym was already set up in the background behind Margene just a moment ago. Don tells Bill that he met with the owner of the gaming company, and he seems like a "square shooter." And a motivated seller, for reasons that are not discussed here but will, I am sure, blow up in Bill's face eventually. "Did you tell him about us?" Bill asks. "Yeah, it's not an issue," Don says unconvincingly. He asks if Bill can meet with the poker machine guy today. "Not a good time," Bill understates, seeing Rhonda coming out of the front of Nicki's house to give the street a baleful stare. Don says it'll have to be tomorrow, then. Bill agrees, if they can make it before ten, because Joey's indictment hearing is tomorrow too. All this stuff going on in Bill's life, and he still makes time to set up a giant jungle gym in his yard? Maybe it's just part of his polygamist nature that makes it so he can never not be multitasking.