I mean, my psychic powers do not work with this show. One of the reasons I love it so much is that it's constantly surprising. I have no idea what's going to happen, ever. All last year everybody kept saying she was pregnant, and I just thought that was silly and dumb, and it turned out to be not only true but awesome. So there's the intuitive creepiness hangover from the bulletproof jacket scene with Alanis, that still bugs me for some reason. And there's the thing about Guillermo and Nancy pecking crazily at each other through the bars of their respective cages, and then she jokes about him getting raped, and ends up raped. She basically made Andy give her a blowjob tonight, and I mean (brick dance!), can't you see her pulling that shit with Guillermo? "Shut up and suck." Maybe this season will turn out to be all about how Nancy's tools suddenly got minds of their own: Andy, Lupita, and now Guillermo.
And there's an even more nebulous thing that has to do with last season being arrayed around a literal birth canal, and this season being constellated in terms of wombs and jails -- Esteban's house, Celia's garage even -- that underscores that particular parallel. And without U-Turn around, the only person she can really blame for her life is Guillermo. So if he just got her kid shot -- in the arm, by the way, but still -- maybe that plus her pregnancy means some kind of Lacey LaPlante Mama Bear freakout. But like I said, this show is and always has been surprising as hell, and I feel like if this show were a Jeopardy category the one area I really haven't been diligent with over the years is Guillermo. I feel like her relationship with him is just something I never paid enough attention to, and I've been feeling that way for years, so maybe the answer is actually really simple but at this point all I have is this: that little bastard burnt down the world to save her life once, too.
Check out the online Weeds webisode series University of Andy starring Justin Kirk.