Rec centre. Andy's getting a pedicure when Nancy creeps up to him and whispers that she has to go meet Guillermo. Andy emphatically tells her not to, and then tries to back off from giving her orders she's never going to heed by sweet-talking her with the rec centre's many perks -- pedicures, fondue, customers she can deal to. He then hisses at her that the man set the wildfires, and Nancy replies that it's all the more reason she shouldn't piss him off. Andy finally asks whether Nancy has a plan, and with a glance over at the Segway guy -- we get it, show! -- she says she's working on it.
Tara tears into the prayer meeting to ask if everyone's heard the good news. Well, the newer good news, anyway: the cops found the cross. All the prayer meeters take off. Silas tells Tara it's not safe, but she beatifically says that Jesus will protect them. "Jesus doesn't make you flame-retardant!" says Silas. No, but He...nah. It's almost His birthday; I'll skip that one.
Nancy has Segwayed to meet Guillermo on a hill overlooking the rapidly approaching flames. Guillermo offers up a bunch of blah blah -- "act of God" this, "part of nature" that -- but Nancy isn't having it, telling him they're talking about people's homes. Guillermo has an entirely too optimistic view of the wonders the displaced homeowners should expect, courtesy of FEMA, and Nancy isn't having that either, reminding him that her home is down there, too. Guillermo shrugs that she has insurance, but she crabs that she doesn't have any for her weed, or her customer base. Guillermo tells her that, in that case, their destruction might be a sign that it's time for her to move on, just like the bikers are doing. He says that Nancy's white, smart (eh), and pretty (that, I'll give him), and Nancy finishes his thought: "I'll think of something? Fuck you, that's my whole life." Guillermo tries again to get her to see the big picture: it's just one valley, but there's another hill, and another valley beyond it, and so on all the way south to Mexico. Nancy leans in and kicks it promo-style, quietly telling him he's facing west. Guillermo laughs that Nancy should be his navigator. He adds that his people bring in a lot of product. Nancy flatly says she won't be anyone's bitch again, but he tells her that's not what he has in mind: he would take her off the sales floor, and make her his navigator: "I get stuck in traffic a lot." "Stuck in traffic," Nancy repeats, not getting it (or maybe that's just me). Anyway, Guillermo adds, Nancy's house might be totally fine -- and then she could stay in Majestic forever. Hm.