The festival is back in full swing for its second night. Mina peels off of Otis when they come upon Zee, sitting at a table with a couple of dudes. She's surprised to see him, and he says, "Come on, Loca, show me what you got." He means dancing-wise, pervs. On their way to the outdoor dance floor, they pass the table with the rookies, where Plastics is reenacting for Lily and Mina the car-stopping feat that Clark performed the previous night, knocking over Clark's beer for her in the process. "This is officially the Festival of Ryan's Giant Balls, "he toasts. It's as good as anything else.
Otis and Zee dance together, with her pretty much leading. That seems wise.
Charlie meets up with Mina, confirming that the pork is cooked. Just then they spot a woman in a blue dress, conspicuously scanning the crowd. Mina leads a skeptical Charlie over there to ask if she knows Jorge. But she didn't get his name either, so Mina tells Charlie if she's waiting for her Peter Parker. "Yeah, I know, just do it." Charlie does, although he doesn't bother to translate the name of Spiderman's alter ego as "Pedro Valet." The girl in the blue dress happily jumps off the bar stool so Mina can tell her to go find Sparky at the clinic. She tells Charlie to add, "Tell her he's a real superhero. He escaped death twice." Charlie dutifully translates, and off Charlie's grin, Mina modestly shrugs, "See, I listen to some stuff." Wow, when that girl shows up at the clinic, Sparky is going to be so amped.
Charlie's alone at the bar, contemplating his empty beer bottle and empty lifestyle when a pretty local in a sundress comes up to him and says, "Hola." Plastics says he's trying to be good, like, a) Roberto wasn't making a deathbed wish, and b) don't flatter yourself, nobody asked you. When she ends up going around behind the bar, he says, "I'm sorry, I thought you were trying to hit on me," he says, which is not the kind of explanation that makes him look better. Fortunately she doesn't speak any English, and even after three weeks in Down Here he hasn't learned any of what he calls "eSPANol" beyond "hola." So they say that to each other several times waaaay beyond where it's anything like cute, not that it was to begin with.