Elsewhere, it's the grand opening for Nancy's fakery, called "Breadsticks and Scones" (or "B.S." if you prefer). Andy's doing his best to dispose of the inventory, which was fresh baked...at Costco. Nancy shows up, still in a daze, and asks how the day went. Andy smiles that they made $17. Nancy starts to freak, because after getting jacked, they're at zero, which means this sham bakery needs to make them some money for real. A woman walks in looking for pastry and Andy quickly tells her they're closed. "Good start," says Nancy.
Celia's at home, chopping veggies to get the frustration out, when Doug shows up looking for Dean. This is not good news for Doug, I'm thinking. "Nice haircut," he says. Celia's like, "It's a wig, dipshit." Doug: "Oh right, the cancer thing." Celia asks about the golf course sale Dean was reading about -- will the houses along the course still be a part of Agrestic? Doug says no, the course and the houses along it are now part of Summer Canyon. Celia's like, "Iiiiiinteresting," then gets hit with a bit of chemo-induced nausea. Doug says she could take some pot for that ; it'd be all nice and medically legal for her. She's kind of interested, but she has pills, which Doug would very much like to sample. She says they don't get you high or anything, which Doug thinks is a gyp. It's kind of a sweet bonding scene, which ends, as many things in Agrestic do, on a bizarre note when Doug again compliments Celia's wig and asks to pet it. She allows him to, and he's all, "You're a pretty girl, pretty girl," like he's talking to his pet. The foreshadowing is both delicious and a tad creepy.
Fakery. Nancy's standing around, waiting on the customers that aren't there, and bitching at Andy to get to baking like he promised. Doug enters and tries to talk some sense into Nancy, saying bakeries are virtually impossible to run without drug money. "Let me tell you what Amos was really famous for," he says. HA! Mrs. Fields? "Big whore," Doug says. "In this town, the twelve people who still eat carbs buy their muffins at Starbucks." Nancy doesn't care -- she has bills to pay. And she's not going to be paying them with drug money, and she answers a call saying she's dry and they should call someone else. She tells Doug about her jacking, and he immediately wants to know where he can find this guy so he can start buying Nancy her pot back, "$100 at a time." Nancy doesn't want him to bother. She's very resigned to giving up the dealing business right now, which depresses the hell out of Andy and Doug, so they leave to go get high in Doug's car. Enter Sanjay with a cookie bouquet for Nancy. Aw, Sanjay! That's my kind of people. Nancy gives him shit for his lack of "chivalry," not like she wouldn't have been wracked with guilt if she'd have gotten her son's math tutor arrested for dealing. Sanjay says he'll do anything for Nancy: "I love you." Nancy sighs, tosses him a cap, and tells him to start baking.