Valley State. Nancy's handing Sanjay and his new team of collegiate dealers their stash and their instructions: only deal with people you know (like, uh, those close personal buddies up on the hill, I guess), only accept cash, don't take unnecessary risks. She hands out cell phones -- only dial out -- that they're to dump after two weeks. She leaves them with a "be careful out there."
Montage of Sanjay and the Sanjaylettes dealing around campus, a bruised and bitten Andy making workmanlike love to Hot Mom, and Nancy raking in the cash. She and Sanjay, finished for the day, make their way back to her car, which we see has dozens of scratches and dings on the passenger side, made no doubt by the dozens of pennies lying on the ground next to the car. Nancy rants about what kind of asshole would do this to her car, shoots the finger to the campus at large, and angrily drives off. As she does, we see she's being watched by someone with binoculars.
Hodes House. Pat snatches a can of Pepsi out of Isabelle's hand, passive-aggressively chirping that it hurts her to think Isabelle won't get asked to prom or be able to wear normal clothes because her parents aren't doing a good job of raising her. Celia and Dean are right there in the kitchen, silently hating her. Pat goes on to bitch about Celia giving away furniture and Dean not being man enough to stop her. So now both Celia and Dean have had enough and tell Pat to cram it with her "psychotic bullshit." Pat thinks Celia's the psychotic one (she's...kind of got you there, Celia), reminding her of the times she intentionally broke their scales at home so Pat couldn't weigh her. Which explains the "It's hard out there for a fat girl" stuff, not that we didn't strongly suspect it. Celia looks proud of herself at the memory, and Isabelle gets a sliver of respect for her mom. Pat's tired of listening to all this and says she's going for a power walk. No one joins her.
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.