Bill's lawyer Lee is making a house call, which can't be good. Bill's got his hands full with little Lester as Lee says that the Meeker County DA wants Bill at Joey's hearing. "They have evidence of your involvement in a cover-up," he explains calmly. Bill does a pretty good job of acting like he doesn't know what evidence they could possibly be talking about. It would be more convincing if he also pretended not to know what cover-up he's talking about, but he's not exactly a pro at this. Their talk gets interrupted when Wayne and Raymond come running in, asking for Bill's help in fixing the exact same toy fire engine my son has. Which, since he has about eight of them, isn't hard. After they leave, Bill assures Lee that there's no evidence. "Then we don't have a problem," Lee says, stone-faced. He doesn't point out that Bill's not denying his participation in any cover-ups, but only the existence of any evidence thereof. Although you can tell that's what he's thinking. Bill suggests postponing the meeting, but Lee says that will just result in the invitation turning into a subpoena. "We're talking criminal charges here," Lee says. "Felonies. Prison." Bill has been looking rather disheveled all morning, but now he starts to look kind of hunted as well.
Roman listens to his answering machine messages. It seems to be quite a formal process for him, as he sits in an easy chair facing the machine like he's settling in for an evening of radio serials or something. When he hits the play button, he learns that Nicki called to tell him about the police search of their homes. "They didn't find Rhonda. Because we didn't take her," Nicki says. She also says that she hasn't told anyone about anything Roman may have done, "in the interest of peace, and your relationship with your grandchildren." Roman closes his eyes thoughtfully.