After the meeting, Celia tells Doug that they need to have a word. Doug: "Okay. How about 'die'?" Heh. But Celia's no dummy, and she makes the connection from Nancy name-dropping Aguatecture earlier to Doug's involvement in it, as was articulated here. Doug asks her what she knows about it, and Celia stalks off saying, "Not enough."
Botwins', where Silas is in Nancy's bedroom trying to convince her to fire Tara because she's "untrustworthy." Oh, of course he is. Whiny little shit. But here's where, for the first time ever, Nancy's monstrously crappy parenting actually comes all the way around to being good for the kid, because she refuses to fire Tara on account of her being Nancy's top earner and all. She tells Silas that when he starts bringing in Tara-sized money, he can start making demands, but until then he's just going to have to suck it up and deal. Awesome. Then, however, she downshifts into Mom mode and tells Silas she sorry that "little bitch" broke his heart and that he's too good for her. And also he could use a haircut. Uh...good work, Nancy! It feels weird to say that.
Shifting, then, to children who Nancy isn't doing such a hot job of parenting, we see Shane has been assigned the task of wiring the house for security. Andy comes outside to find him on a ladder installing a camera above the front door. Andy thinks it's pretty cool and asks if Shane could possibly point one at the next-door neighbor's college-aged daughter's bedroom. Oh, Andy -- you lovable potential statutory rapist. Of course, he redeems himself via Shane, as always; he tells him that Judah was also good at stuff like this, building and installing things. Andy, for his part, took the opposite road and blew things up and destroyed things, which he laments doesn't have much real-world application if you're not a terrorist. Shane says that's not true: "You could do special effects for movies, blow tunnels through mountains, building demolition, mining. Blowing shit up is not just for terrorists, don't let them take that away from you!" Awesome. Sanjay rolls up looking, as Andy so complimentarily says, mighty gay today. Shane notes that his friend Isabelle is a lesbian, and Sanjay says if he runs into her at North Valley Gay Pasta Night, he'll say "hey." Sanjay's here to make a buy, which makes it super unfortunate that Val's P.I. is across the street in a van, taking photos.