Botwins'. Shane and Max are pledging their friendship for life, which earns an eye-roll from Andy, because that's essentially a prison term for him. Except no! Because Hot Mom is dumping Andy, letting him completely off the hook. He deadpans that this never happens to him and "it's not okay." She says she doesn't want this to affect Max and Shane, "they really click." After she leaves, Andy turns and, looking for all the world like a damaged abductee, repeats "It's not okay." It may never be again.
Heylia's. Conrad's checking out Nancy's pennied car and says she's got a big problem. She tries to convince the room (and herself) that it's just college kids, but Conrad thinks she's pissed off another dealer. "You better slow your roll," advises Heylia. Nancy's like, "No! It's fine, everything's great -- I'm outsourcing. Built my pyramid. Heylia reminds her that it took the Egyptians centuries to build theirs. Nancy adamantly says everything's going fine and heads out. "That girl's got too much hubris," Heylia frowns. Mmm hmm.
Night falls on Agrestic. The Hodeses sit down for a nice and seemingly healthful dinner, and when they're disturbed by Pat's loud knocking on the windows, Dean gets up and closes the blinds so they don't have to look at her locked-out ass. Celia grasps Dean's hand in gratitude.
Back at the Botwins', Andy's still curled up on the couch, PTSDing his relationship with Hot Mom. Shane shows Nancy his 98 on the science test, and he shows Andy and whispers that he got two wrong, just like Andy told him to do. She goes to bed and Nancy says she heard about Andy's "little problem" earlier. Oh? Oh! So it seems Hot Mom opted out for lack of a good, hard reason to stay, then? I have to admit I missed that. Nancy twists the knife, saying it's usually a one-time thing, or so she hears, but sometimes these problems can last a long, long time. Poor Andy. Poor damaged Andy.
Nancy then steps out her front door and finds stacks and stacks of pennies resting on her water fountain. Hundreds of them, stacked orderly and deliberately. Almost as if someone was sending her a message. Somewhere across town, Heylia blurts out "I told you so" and has no idea why.