Guillermo and company watch the tape of Nancy royally fucking up on her first border run. Apparently the reasons she got stopped at the border are because she peed in a cup, went through just as the new, non-numbed-by-boredom border patrol guys came on shift, and also, Guillermo helpfully reminded us, wore that "technicolor, check-my-shit-out slut-suit in the middle of the afternoon on Tuesday." Guillermo wants to know why she was calling attention to herself and advises her to get some J. Crew and blend in. Other advice: use beta blockers, don't flash a lot of cash, don't cross the border with only the mierda she bought at the crossing, have details (more than just "I wanted to buy some face cream") at hand for bullshitting. Guillermo tells her she's been thinking "East/West" her whole life, she needs to start thinking "North/South." Nancy wants to make another run, because she's not going to learn more just sitting in a warehouse, and Guillermo is just like, "Okay!" What a Coach Taylor, passing on the skills to the next generation!
Outside Bubbie's house. Andy, Silas, and Shane are in the tin-foil paranoia van of herbage, discussing Bubbie's request. Silas calls Andy out: "You want to kill Bubbie?" and Andy apparently thinks of his moral compass as having foreground and background: he tells Silas that he's all "humane, merciful, dignified 'yes' in the foreground" and "sorrowful, deeply-felt-but-tinged-with-regret-about-the-big-fat-'yes'-thing way back there, a ways." After this cute little bit, however, the conversation goes rapidly downhill with all your standard "end with dignity" versus "kill her" semantics (Shane and Andy in the former camp, Silas in the latter). Silas sardonically declares that they should "kill" her because, "Sure, because life is just 'blah blah blah'." Well, Silas, when you're having standard high school Ethics debates over euthanasia on television, "blah, blah, blah" sort of sums it up. Andy is with me, except he sort of delivers his agreement in a weird manner a la that awful Stage Manager character from Our Town -- a monologue on how all life actually is is "blah." "You hope for it to be 'blah' [hopeful intonation], but usually it's just 'blah' [blank intonation]," and so on. Shane compliments Andy's monologue and Silas decides that they should "do this." The plan is that Shane is on Len-convincing duty, and Silas and Andy will hide out in the van.