At Ray's house, workers are repairing the walls (but still not the roof) while Ray looks over used car ads with Damon and Darby. Darby sniffs at the '89 Mustang that Ray focused on, then gets a phone call. After she steps away, Damon says that Darby only cares about "fat ass" Hammer. Ray tells him that he should take it easy on Darby. Perhaps she sees something special in Hammer. Damon is flummoxed. Ray explains that people are like onions -- they have many layers. Under each layer, you could find something unexpected. Damon speaks for all of us and says that you actually only find more onion under each layer of onion.
Tanya arrives at Ray's. She speaks in Spanish to one of the contractors, which is brilliant. He looks at her like she's an asshole. Ray seems surprised to see her. He reluctantly introduces her to Damon and she remarks that there's not much resemblance. Ray takes her aside and admonishes her for visiting unannounced. Poor Tanya, nobody's excited to see her. He says that the kids are going to think she's his girlfriend now, which she dismisses as juvenile. She says that she has booked Molly for early that Saturday, after which he can come to her house and watch Netflix. He snaps that he has a life -- there's a basketball game that Saturday. Fine then, she'll reschedule it for Friday. He says that Jemma wants Friday and she tells him that she fired Jemma. He freaks out, and she says that she will fix it. Then, she leaves.