Taub arrives home. His wife is nowhere to be found, but her laptop is sitting out for Taub to look through. Oh, except that she walks in on him as he's doing it. Busted! "You left your laptop on," is the best excuse Taub can come up with. After all the cheating he's done, you'd think he'd be better at coming up with stuff on the fly like that. Rachel already knows what's up because she saw Taub at the hotel when he no doubt thought he was being all slick and out of sight behind a large planter or something. Apparently, Rachel wasn't up to anything naughty, as she isn't upset about Taub seeing her and he admits that he didn't see anything untoward. Taub's all paranoid and suspicious still, though, and wonders why Rachel isn't more upset about Taub not trusting her or why she isn't curious about what made him check up on her in the first place. He says he noticed she took the phone into the shower with her. "I made a new friend," Rachel admits. It's a man she met in an online support group for people whose spouses cheated on them. Ah yes, I'm familiar with that group. I believe it's called Why Are You Here And Not Filing For Divorce Anonymous.
Martha asks Ramon why he was starving himself and didn't tell them. Ramon says he "wasn't trying to" starve himself, but he's on a "tight budget" and "it seemed like an okay diet." And that's pretty much the only explanation we're going to get, even though it's no explanation AT ALL. Starvation isn't a "diet." Unless you have an eating disorder, people generally want to eat and have a very difficult time going without food while somehow paying for things like rent and those tins of coffee and Tabasco sauce we saw in Ramon's apartment. Also, they don't have food stamps in New Jersey? And he's on that tight of a budget but can still afford health insurance or if not, is willing to be admitted to PPTH without it and be on the hook for thousands and thousands of dollars in medical bills? Also, HE HAS A JOB. Even if the pay's not great, there's almost no way a guy with a job can't afford FOOD. And isn't his job building stuff? That requires strength, which he wouldn't really have if he were starving. Whatever. Ramon smiles and eats some PPTH food. Martha says he must be feeling better, but he says his legs are actually "killing him." Martha asks why he's smiling, then. "I'm not smiling," Ramon smiles.