Regarding the matter of murdering Pilar, he doesn't outright say he's having trouble but he does compare her to some kind of baseball sport player and Nancy to a lesser league of baseballer, and she pouts: "You can't do shit." Guillermo tells her not to get it twisted, that he's stuck telecommuting right now but is still very powerful, and he explains his price: to get his case transferred to Mexico. The only person who knew what side of the tunnel he was standing on when Nancy got it shut down ("Nasty rumor," she spits) was Till, whom Nancy has since essentially also murdered, so there's a chance for him to go to Mexico, at which point he pulls a David Blaine and slides under doors.
Nancy gives him those snake eyes and heads for the door, finally asking how -- once he's free -- she knows he won't just come after her for ruining his entire life and whatnot. And again, he doesn't exactly answer, just says the two of them are like a YouTube video about how a tiger and a duck got confused and started thinking they were friends. "It seems okay, but you never really know, do you?" She smiles and leaves, because her entire life is turning tigers into ducks and ducks into tigers and then vanishing before they turn back. I think the reason I never felt I understood Nancy's relationship with Guillermo is that it's too impossibly large to fit my head around. Each facet -- hate, fear, affection, respect, attraction -- makes total sense, but try and see the whole thing at once and it just hurts.
Andy rubs Alanis's feet and she tells him the bones of her foot, then her leg, then calls him "Audra" and laughs about it -- which is chilling because of the free-form dread these two carry everywhere now, and because this whole season people have been turning into each other, sometimes with actual costumery, sometimes just inside, and always paying the price for it -- and then finally she just makes up her mind and kisses him.
Andy pushes Audra back onto the couch and goes to town, and she false-starts once before finally explaining that, having been too good for dating for a while, her battery-powered helpers have made it difficult to... She shuts up right about then, with his hand over her mouth, but they are startled by a tomato smashing against the window. "That didn't shoot out of you, right?" Andy asks -- which, I don't even know what that means, but then my experience with these things is slim -- but no, it's the protestors, who have followed the General Lee to Audra's house, led by Gale, who clearly has a thing for Audra and that thing is a Death Boner, and she's like, "Fuck, I have to move again."