The discussion continues in there. Bill is so not on board with changing schools, and we learn another reason why everyone else is for it: "It's far enough away that I can be a father to [Wayne] in public." With those billboards? Where is it, in Albuquerque? Nicki says the school doesn't fit their values. Bill says that's life in the big city, and Nicki's going to have to trust him to manage Wayne's religious education. Barb enters the kitchen to make sure everything is all right, and because she's pretty sure she didn't do enough meddling in the first part of this scene. She says that she wants Nicki to have a place where she can be public with Bill, "Especially after everything that's happened to you and your family." Nicki seems defeated. Could it be that with the estrangement from her family and the compound, for good as far as she knows, she's more motivated than ever to hold on to her own traditions? Or is she just a selfish asshole? Discuss.
Around bedtime, Bill gets a call from Don, who's still in the damn office this late at night. Did the show accidentally strike the "Don's house" set after the season premiere or something? Don has finally screwed up the courage to tell Bill that he thinks the Weber Gaming deal is being motivated by Bill's thirst for revenge and that he isn't thinking clearly. Don says he wants no part of it at the expense of his family. He doesn't have the courage to stay on the line and discuss it any further, but baby steps, I guess.