Grow house. Nancy brings Conrad back his gun, since he had no idea Silas took it. Conrad gets all wounded-boy about how U-Turn probably would have taken care of the bikers for her. Nancy tells him that jealous is not a good look on him. He asks, then, if he needs to be worried about these bikers, and Nancy's like, "Not anymore." She tells him about the deal with Guillermo. Conrad's not thrilled: "You realize you're just trading one gangster for another." Nancy understands that, but she also understands that without muscle, she wouldn't be able to operate. That was kind of a flaw in Conrad's plan, after all. Nancy finally admits out loud that she's a drug dealer, and it's nice to finally see her being honest with herself. Again, it's not that I don't think this Guillermo thing is going to turn sour, but Nancy's thinking way more clearly than she has been. "And who protects us from Guillermo?" Conrad asks. It's a valid question, but: who was protecting y'all from Guillermo before? It's not like Nancy wasn't on his radar. It was probably just a matter of time before he came calling, and maybe not as non-lethally as Silas's biker attack. Of course, the way Nancy blusters that she can handle Guillermo is kind of stupid. "How, by fucking him?" Conrad asks, and holy God does Nancy not get to play the "offended" card at that like she's doing. She tries to storm off, but Conrad stops her and says they're in this thing together. And then they make out. And when they pull apart again, there's Heylia, with the mother of "Ain't this some shit" looks on her face.
At the DEA, Peter's old boss and a colleague we haven't seen before are going over thermal imaging satellite photos of the area, which would be an invasion of privacy if we all hadn't cheerfully given up all rights to privacy about six years back. Despite scattered hot spots across the grid, they only seem to be interested in "sexy" finds like meth labs. That is, until they see a decently-sized hot spot in the shape of a giant cross. Motherfuck, Doug. The new agent doesn't seem to think it's worth reporting, but Peter's old boss heard about the cross abduction in Majestic and thinks it's his Christian duty to report it. "Where's your respect for the Lord?" he asks. New Agent: "Whose Lord are you talking about? And if you ask me, a cross that size is for a Lord with a tiny dick." Amen.
Nancy arrives back home to find her boys glued to the TV set, where they're watching wildfires burn out of control. Wow. I know wildfires happen every year, but it's kind of eerie to be recapping this after the particular set of fires last month. Anyway, the kids say that the fires started over in the hills, but they jumped the highway and are headed down Majestic way. Yikes. Andy walks in and says Denise just called and said the fires started in their grow field. "Someone torched it. You wouldn't happen to know anything about that?" he asks Nancy, semi-accusingly, which is fucking rich, coming from Andy. Nancy looks incredibly guilty, as well as shell-shocked, as her family starts asking her what they're going to do. Nancy turns to Shane and asks him if Judah has any suggestions. We cut to the credits before Shane can begin to convey that Judah is currently making the jerk-off gesture to the lot of them.