Celia's at her vanity mirror poking around at her overstuffed belly and feeling fat. She tells Dean she hasn't shit in three days. Dean happily suggests this is karma for what she did to Isabelle, and in a manner of speaking he's right. Celia thinks he's full of it, though. Dean says, "Fine, shit on my theory. Oh wait, you can't!" Hee.
Heylia's. Nancy's got a fat wad of cash, which she says takes care of last week's buy, this week's buy, her ring, and her Range Rover. Heylia counts the money while Vaneeta says Nancy's impressed her. She thought for sure she'd end up broke, in a trailer park, and "having to score SAG cards for your kids to put food on the table." Conrad seems especially proud of Nancy, who gets up and asks for her car keys. Heylia tells her the money she gave only covers the weed and the rings; if she wants out of here with this week's buy, she'll have to leave the car again. "It's the strange or the range," she says. Nancy hesitates a second before snatching the weed. Heylia smirks, "Don't let the door hit your cute little ass on the way out." Nancy turns around, a mischievous glint in her eye, and loudly thanks Conrad for the cornbread recipe that helped save her "cute little ass" this week. She leaves and Conrad starts stammering to Heylia, who starts yelling: "You gave her my cornbread recipe and she put weed in it? YOU DON'T PUT WEED IN MY CORNBREAD!" She gets up out of her seat and chases Conrad around the table with a shoe in her hand. If this show didn't also cast white people in a terrible light, I'd feel guilty about laughing at all of this. Flavor of Love crisis averted!
Time lapse footage of Celia on the can as the soundtrack ("I can't move...") tells the story for us. Frustrated, Celia lets out a scream. Smiling in her bed, Isabelle utters "Bitch!" and takes a bite of her chocolate.
Back at the Botwins', the family and Lupita are watching TV. Nancy glances out the window, where she sees the mountain lion saunter its way across the backyard. It turns to face Nancy, and she sees a bloody wound on its face, below its left eye, before it moves along. Nancy instinctively wraps Shane up and pulls him close to her. I wonder of there's any thematic connection between the mother and the lion? Hmm.