Back home, Silas doesn't want to have to communicate via texting anymore; he wants Megan to talk to him. She's super self-conscious about it, though, and when he begs her to trust him, she shuts him up by making out with him. You won't be surprised to learn that it works.
That night, Andy plays video games while Nancy gets all dolled up and ready to go out. She and Andy bicker about which of them is the more delusional fuckup, Mr. "Chris Saves" or Ms. Suburban Dealer 2005. She doesn't want to get sucked into an argument, and Andy mockingly says she should tap into her higher power, then. "If I could tap into my higher power, my fingers wouldn't be numb," she says. I think she's talking about her bajingo. Shane comes bounding in, wanting Nancy to look at his terrorist video, but she's gotta go. Shane dejectedly mopes off.
And it looks like Conrad's taken the White Lady Brigade to a decidedly urban dance club. It's like The Matrix: Reloaded up in here, but with better clothes. Celia slides up to Conrad and asks if it's true that when a white lady goes carpenter, she doesn't go back. Conrad says, "When I nail something, it stays nailed." Celia leans over to Nancy and announces she's got cancer and jungle fever, "and tonight, one of 'em's gonna get cured." Nancy's left to wingman at the bar while Celia and Conrad dance, and she spots some dude in a pimp uniform being escorted to the VIP area. They make eye contact. Nancy's intrigued.
Back home, Lupita frantically searches the kitchen for weed. Andy must not notice her from his perch on the couch because he's busy calling up Sharon and making a lame "my girlfriend broke up with me, and I'm tempted to smoke" ploy so she'll see him.
VIP area. Nancy's talking to the pimp dude, whose name is Tusk. He's clearly a dealer, and a pretty big deal, at least at this club. He asks if Nancy's selling or buying, and she introduces herself as the "suburban baroness of bud." Nancy is seriously holding her own with this guy, and she looks like a million bucks besides. They end up bonding over their kids -- his family is in Atlanta, where they won't get killed. He asks about her husband, and she says how Judah's dead and nowadays she runs around all day and has no one to talk to. Tusk tells her she's getting by.