At the fakery, Peter's waiting to meet Nancy and getting grilled by Sanjay in the interim. Sanjay would like to know Peter's intentions towards Nancy. Peter, at the moment, is intending to share coffee with Nancy. And a muffin, too, if Sanjay would direct his penetrating stare to the banana nut section of the display case. "She's a remarkable woman," says Sanjay, leaning in. "Strong, yet feminine. Brave and bold, with beautiful skin." I think that's now being included on the Hillary Clinton campaign literature. Nancy finally shows up and pulls Sanjay off guard dog duty (well, guard pup, really). She tells Peter that she can't have coffee with him today because she has to attend to a problem with Silas, and maybe her life right now is just too complicated to accommodate Peter and his persistent courtship. Peter's not going to be deterred, however, and gives her his address, saying he'll be alone all weekend. Nancy says she's not making any promises. Sanjay emerges from the kitchen carrying Peter's muffin in a bag...which he deliberately squishes. "Muffin?" he snots. "To go?"
Meanwhile, from one impotent display of defiance to another, Celia has sat Isabelle and her makeout partner Peggy down for a talk. She tells Isabelle that she can't become a lesbian just to avoid losing weight. Sure, Rosie O'Donnell is one example, "but that is not where lesbianism is going, Isabelle. Look at The L Word." Hmm, legitimately funny line or groan-able intra-network marketing. I say it still comes out funny. Anyway, Isabelle says she and Peggy love each other. Celia points out that Peggy is a little Asian girl: "They look like boys already, you might as well go for the real deal." Peggy protests that she has boobs, but Celia disagrees and tells her to call her grandparents to come pick her up. Isabelle looks disappointed and says she new the new-and-improved Sweet Celia wouldn't last; now that she knows she's not going to die, she's back to her mean old ways. And, sure, it sucks for Isabelle, but it's great for the rest of us, am I right? Peggy, meanwhile, tells her grandparents to come pick her up because Celia hates immigrants. Hey! Just because that's probably true does not make it applicable here, you little hasbian. Wait, that comes later.