Celia chooses this moment to call Nancy for help: she's gotten cornered at a payphone and the weird-looking cop is getting closer. Nancy offers to hang up on her, but she's intrigued by Celia's insane story of drinking too many lattes and getting chased by the cops. "Just tell me! Where do I hide out when the heat is on? Home, a motel? Mexico?" Nancy says that Mexico, at the moment, is not recommended. "I'm not going back in the slammer!" Celia howls, and Nancy asks her if she considers friendship a fundamental part of true love. "If you want my help, answer the fucking question." She can't, she's busy, the cop is getting closer. "Wrong answer. Have fun in jail." Nancy hangs up, and Celia runs off into a parking lot looking ever more insane. Cesar takes them up to the 11th floor, where Esteban is now being held for questioning.
The prep school dicks are all popped collars and insouciance, harassing Silas about how he's not even from Malibu and went to school at Agrestic High. They discuss the merits of public school, and Adelita at least tries to be cool, but the boys say half the reason she was in private school was so she wouldn't have to deal with "public dick." The cuter one takes off with her to go be smarmy somewhere else, and the other guy offers Silas some... Heroin.
"What is the glue that holds your relationships together for life?" Nancy answers, without looking at the answers, that it's Elmer's. Andy points out that this is glib, and that in fact "love" is a better answer, because "true love can overcome any problem." Gross. She points out that his entire life is a fairytale, and they're both getting angrier and angrier, because while he's using his Audra obsession against her, it's also rubbing painfully up against her newfound ambivalence toward Jailbird Esteban, and her responses are understandably getting more and more infantilizing, and they're both edging out further and further on their respective limbs just to keep traction, so it's getting nastier all the time.