Nancy comes to the jail to throw her wedding ring in Guillermo's face and make sure he understands that she's not Mizzzzzz Dead Puta Whore, but in fact now Mrs. Esteban Reyes, and she's thinking of hyphenating, to keep the old Nancy alive, as a modern woman. He compares her to a cat which, thrown off the porch, lands on her feet, but then points out that it's a different story when you throw her off the roof, and asks if she's inviting him to the wedding. Mad that he won't just give in already, she gets nasty and tells him that her fiancé -- who loves her, who has brioche made fresh every day for her, because it's her favorite -- loves her so much he would even kill for her.
The baby kicks and she smiles nastily, and he asks her if she had Till killed. He thanks her for that, and offers to thank her more personally once he's out of jail. Now that he's taken away what little power she was trying to get back in the first place -- by fleeing the house of men who know her secrets to a trapped man who will die knowing her secrets -- but ended up on top again by calling her out on her implication in Till's death, and followed up with a little threat of his own, she leans in close to the glass and tells him he's never getting out. Um, I think he is, and I think he is going to cut you open, Mrs. Reyes. It always upsets me when Guillermo gets sad, both because it makes me sad and also because it makes me shiver, because Guillermo Angry and Guillermo Hurt Feelings are the exact same terrifying face.
Jolly Ignacio comes looking for Shane -- and walking past a white maid, which is so awesome -- and asks if he wants to trade the driving range for the tennis courts today. Shane literally runs away without a word, and because Ignacio is a lunatic, he just shrugs and giggles and goes looking joyfully for candy.
Celia, hobbling, misses her bus and sits down, cursing her abusive shoes and staring into space. An air-conditioned vision of loveliness pulls up, in a red car airbrushed with, "You're Pretty!" The woman is reapplying her lipstick, wearing a scarf and shades, and smelling like Flowerbomb. Celia lusts after her with all the spirit she can muster, and the woman cocks an eyebrow before driving away, leaving Celia to confront her worthlessness once more. But wait! The woman puts it in reverse and comes back to compliment Celia on her shoes. "Thank you," Celia says with all the class she can muster, which I'm happy to say is a surprising amount. "I may work in casual, but my heart is in couture." The woman laughs, saying she's been there, and offers a business card. Raylene Reynolds, who has been there before but is now the regional sales director for You're Pretty. She offers Celia a ride, and so begins Act II.