"Bully for Cece! I am returning your shit product," Celia explains, saying that she'll pay for what she's used, but I mean, pyramid schemes weren't born yesterday, so Raylene explains that she's liable not only for the whole starter kit, but also for the next twelve months of deliveries, so work it out. Or she will go to jail. Celia, hilariously, says through gritted teeth: "No. I will not go back there."
Rather than asking what that means -- and speaking of pretty, remember Celia's prison fish look? -- Raylene punches her in the arm and says, exactly: she'll sell cosmetics instead! "Cece is selling the You're Pretty dream, so Celia doesn't have to live the You're Ugly And Behind Bars nightmare!" Case closed, Raylene sails into the seminar room full of rabid ladies, and she goes, "WHO'S PRETTY?" And they all cheer, "You're Pretty!" Man, I love cults. It's nice to feel like you belong to something.
So Pilar and Nancy have decided to leave Esteban's name off the birth certificate, meaning that while her life is no longer as endangered as it was, she's still denying Esteban the fact of being involved. Which is a pretty simple plan, but pretty elegant. I mean, he could still murder her, but the paper trail is what's important. Esteban whines that he's the kid's father, and that Pilar's just looking out for him. Nancy's feelings get hurt, which is always scary. "Wow. Did you break an ankle backpedalling that fast? She threatened our son. Your son!"
Esteban says they will just leave it blank until after the election, and Nancy says there's going to be another election at some point after that, and another one, because that's what he's choosing. He lamely offers to talk to Pilar, but Nancy says she was very clear that there could be no public record linking him to Nancy or the baby -- essentially, the same reason they couldn't get married -- but that he could always just tell Pilar to eat shit and die, and they could go live happily ever after. He says it's not that easy, but you can't tell Nancy that, because she won't know what you're talking about. She'd just be like, "Let's have Guillermo burn down Mexico, it'll be fine."
Esteban says it's not that easy, and she goads him a little, sadly, that Pilar owns him, because she knows that irks him. He points out that they are still in love, they still love each other, and she gets all passive-aggressive about "No, it's cool, it's fine, my family is coming and I can just go rock out with them, don't worry about it." It's funny how they're both being such weak little whiners right now, and that's how you know, paradoxically, that they really do love each other, because the intense fighting and spanking and raping and power plays are just like garnish on their dorkier true love. Well, "funny" isn't really the word, but it's intriguing.