Doug's still spending his nights sleeping at his office, which makes it easier for Sullivan to sneak in and menace him in the middle of the night. Seems someone stole the giant, gaudy neon-lined cross from the front of the Absolute Truth Ministries, and seeing as it's worth $80,000, Sullivan wants to know where Doug stashed it. Doug's typically not forthcoming, so Sullivan takes his golf club and smashes the hell out of a blown-glass bong Doug has on his desk. He calls Doug pathetic and stalks out, promising that this ain't over. Doug says he'll send Sullivan a bill for the bong, then laments that "everyone's taxes are gonna smell like bong water now."
Over at Denise's House of White-Trash DÃ©cor, Andy shows up on time and is greeted by leather-jacketed Denise, her ill-tempered rottweiler (boxer? I neither know nor care) Ripper, and, most importantly, her burly, greasy boyfriend, "Chess." Chess doesn't say much, just rifles through Andy's messenger bag and pats Andy down while Andy does the nervous babbling he does so well. Chess finally produces a baggie of weed from Andy's sack, then grabs Ripper by the collar and leads his snarling jaws right up to Andy's other sack and asks where Andy gets his weed from. Andy spins a lie about buying from some guys downtown, which leads Chess to open the doors to is dining room, where the entire biker gang from Oz has apparently relocated in order to bag up weed. Denise assures Andy it's all cool, and Chess emerges with a giant bag full of weed and asks Andy if he'd be interested in buying. Andy's like, "Well, I'm good now, but I'll keep you in mind if I see 2001 is on pay cable..." but Chess interrupts and says to tell "Mrs. Botwin" that it's available if she's interested. "After all, we're local," says Chess. "It's the right thing to do." Oh, Nancy's so fucking this guy by season's end. I know I was offbase with the Doug/councilwoman thing from last week, but I think I'm right about this one. Chess then dismisses Andy, who stupidly still thinks he has a date with Denise. So I guess this is Andy's turn to ruin things for everyone, like Silas did last year. Sounds fun.