Shane says some lady named "Valerie" is at the door, which certainly has Nancy interested. Cut to Val at the door, who apologizes for "acting like an asshole" earlier. Now that they're both stalkers, the vibe is a lot more cordial between them. Back in Val's car, Tim's being obnoxious with the horn (he's on his way to therapy, thank God), so she can't stay, but she brought Nancy a gift: an effervescent bath ball. "My advice is to let it bubble between your legs," Val says. Okay, this is both the most inappropriate beginning to a friendship ever yet also completely up Nancy's alley. Val's gotta go, but she remembers to tell Nancy that her boobs are "fine and benign" before she does. "Aren't you glad I'm not a proctologist?" she smirks. "Well," Nancy says, "you have short fingernails but a lot of anger, so..." Hee. Before Val can go smack her kid and take him to his shrink, Nancy invites her to dinner tomorrow. Love this pairing.
And now a pairing I don't so much love: Sullivan and Celia. She's standing by her man, assuring him the referendum's going to go their way, when Isabelle calls. We only hear Celia's end of the conversation, but it's clear that Isabelle hasn't heard from her dad and is worried. She's right to be, of course, considering Dean's lying at the bottom of a hill, alive but immobile. Celia's sure he's fine, as "God protects the stupid." She'd better hope so, given the sleazeball on whose lap she's sitting.
The central air's busted at Nancy's house, which is a problem, no doubt, but considering I've been in the sweltering pocket of heat that is Brooklyn, NY for a month and a half now with nothing but fans and a tray of ice cubes for comfort, my heart isn't exactly breaking for her. Shane's looking up something or other on the computer, but Nancy blows him off, as usual, because Nancy's got Silas to deal with. As usual. She's furious that he would let Tara in on the business. Silas assures her that Tara is "totally, totally trustworthy." Oh my God. Nancy somehow doesn't trust his judgment, especially considering (though she doesn't mention this) that his judgment is in his pants. Silas counters that Nancy married a DEA agent, and Nancy's like, "Yeah, so don't be that kind of stupid." She says she's planning on taking him to the grow house tomorrow. Silas doesn't know whether that's a reward or a punishment. Depends on if Heylia's there, is my guess.