Later, Hank's on the kitchen floor, alone, drinking.
Even later, Hank and Becca are walking together. He says she's quiet. He asks if she's all right. She says her heart hurts. His too. Becca doesn't want to talk about it, but wants to know how to make it stop hurting. Hank says, "If you're lucky, never." He quotes Keats, which she identifies immediately. She asks if he can quote something from this century. He asks if she has Dylan's Blood on the Tracks. "If you see her, say hello," he starts singing. He keeps singing as they walk off down the street. Dylan picks up the slack and continues the song. We fade to black on a weird freeze-frame. Wish we could hear the rest of the song instead of seeing a preview for next week's episode.
Next week: Secretary II: Electric Bondagedoo.