Ramon, dressed nicer than we've seen him to date, is walking back to the Snug Harbor when he passes the house of that rose-bush-trimming lady who gave Dr. Smith the Avon catalog way back when. Ramon and the lady begin talking -- "(both speaking Spanish)" my closed-captioning helpfully offers. "No shit," I say aloud. I suppose I could make up what they're saying ("So… do you think we're going to get renewed for a second season?" "Hey, if Mind of the Married Man can run for two goddamn seasons, why not us?"), but instead, I'll just copy and paste this transcript provided by forum member Lucille, while my high-school Spanish teacher silently weeps over how little knowledge I retained:
Ramon: Will (the roses) lift my spirit?
Rosa: That's why they are there.
Rosa: Want an Avon catalog?
Ramon: For me? No.
Rosa: It doesn't cost anything to look, like the flowers.
So there you go.
Ramon runs into Cunningham and Dr. Smith in the parking lot. "Church," says Ramon, gesturing to his jacket. "Praying for the boy." Barry holds aloft Dr. Smith's hand: "Just married," he says, while the doctor has a look like, "Yeah, we...wait...what?" Anyhow, Ramon suggests they take a look at the Avon catalog he just got. "The care that must go into creating lipstick shades for women of color," Cunningham enthuses. Yeah...that's not exactly what Ramon had in mind. Look at the middle of the catalog, fellahs -- specifically the part that's covered with those all-too-familiar stick figures. Dr. Smith excuses himself for a moment. "I am seeing Avon in an entirely new light," Cunningham says. "This is big," Ramon says excitedly. "This is huge." Cunningham agrees that "it very well could be." "I want to cook something," Ramon says. "I could eat," Cunningham says. Dr. Smith emerges, waving his Avon catalog -- yes, it's also covered in stick figures. "This is huge," Dr. Smith agrees. I'm back to being confused again.