And then they have a good chuckle about the tequila-fueled Mexican fake wedding. Spencer and Heidi acknowledge that Spencer is actively seeking Wild Bill's approval. Wild Bill cutely calls Heidi his baby, then apprises Spencer that he brought his shotgun. Spencer says he's been on his best behavior since the Mexican wedding caused so much strain with Darlene. Wild Bill asks for details, so Spencer wins points by saying Holly told him that he reminds Darlene of a young Wild Bill. Heidi goes off script with a total non sequitur about Spencer's bar fight. Just one of Darlene's innumerable reasons to hate him. It must be hard to discern which ones are applicable to which situation, I guess. Or at least it all seems nonsensical until you realize that Speidi have calibrated this shit to perfection, knowing that Wild Bill will appreciate a man engaging in fisticuffs to stick up for his woman. Wild Bill looks on sternly, then notes that sometimes you have to defend your family -- it's "the code of the West." One hurdle passed, he invites Spencer to come shoot guns with him, you know, kill some rattlesnakes and coyotes and such. Spencer breathes a sigh of relief and makes sure to say something that shows Wild Bill his loyalty is here and not with Darlene. Heidi smiles on at her scheming snake of a fake Mexican husband.
Lauren meets Brody for dinner. He asks about work with Stephanie, and Lauren embarrassedly admits she's been tasked with firing the ShePratt. Brody wastes no time doling out the requisite "I told you so" and saying that it will ruin their friendship, guaranteed. Lauren refuses to believe him but says she's planning to give ShePratt her pink slip tomorrow. She looks nervous as Brody tells her to suck it up, metaphorically giving her a slap on the ass before he sends her out on the field.