Cue the sprightly Muzak of the convenience store. Hee! Sucre comes in to knock it over again, and as he's leaving, the flashing lights indicate that the cops are already there. As Sucre's led away to the car, we see Hector on the street, 911 still on his cell phone. Ooh, he is such a snake!
Meanwhile, in Madame Vice President's office, she's asking Kellerman if anyone's asking any questions. He assures her, "Not loud enough to hear." Madame Vice President says, "I can't remember the last time I was this much of a nervous wreck," and Kellerman affectionately says, "School board, second term, 1992." She laughs. I am totally curious as to the backstory between these two. Kellerman hands over a listing for a "Montana mansion," and tells her, "Secluded, no access roads, and perfect for what you're looking for. Only one problem: it's over two million dollars." Madame Vice President displays a flash of the calculating streak we've all come to know and love, and asks, "Didn't my brother Terrence leave me anything in his will?" Without looking at her -- but smiling in bemusement -- Kellerman deadpans, "Ask your accountants, ma'am." Madame Vice President says, "Tell them to use that money. I'm paying for his mistake. He can pay for the damn house."
We go to a twelve-step meeting and Dr. Sara's busy telling the group, "I've been clean for 18 months now. I'll tell you, I've never been happier. Actually, that might be the wrong word. I'll be honest, there were times when I was using that I felt pretty darn happy. But what I feel is different now." We see her pulling her sleeves down over her fingers, then sitting on her hands before adding, "I feel joy. So here I am. I know that all I can do every day is the next right thing. And I think for me right now, that means going back to work." And continuing to wash your hair, I hope. She is now in the pink of health, looking like the Dr. Sara we all know. Sara gropes around for what her next career move is going to be, concluding, "I want to help people get from where I've been to where I am."