Celia -- back to her blonde PTA self -- and Pam break into Dean's hotel room, Pam running interference with the maid in the hallway by shouting loudly about Celia's husband "the lovable gimp." Inside, the TV is on and Pam goes moth-to-flame with it, especially because her favorite local news dummy with the neat-haired Hewl Hauser is on it. Celia quickly finds Dean's cell phone and finds a text from Shane ("Gr8 Grdma dying. Weird house. Weird town") indicating where they're hiding out.
Tijuana. You know because of the Speedy Gonzalez noises happening on the soundtrack. Nancy is all three-quarter-sleeve pink button-down, 9-inch inseam khaki shorts, and golf visor, hanging around the garage from last week. The workers ask if she's going to the farmacia and she says she's going to stay and watch, and then puts her ear buds in to listen to a Spanish-language podcast. The old guy who's in charge of the operation looks at her intently, not sure he sized her up correctly the last time. Everyone gets to work stuffing bags of drugs inside the frame of her car, and she watches passively. Until she notices them stuffing a small man under the back seat . Nancy freaks out, they explain this is Lento and he's going to see his mother who's having gastric bypass surgery, Nancy continues to freak, but they screw him into place anyhow.
Shane approaches Len to talk about Bubbie. Shane tries to convince his grandfather that Bubbie is in a lot of pain. Len appreciates, he says, the Botwins coming in like "rays of sunshine and euthanasia" but insists that he knows more about Bubbie's medical condition than they do. Shane points out that she articulated her wishes and Len moves his grandson into a seat right next to the weezing, ventilated Bubbie. Shane talks directly to Bubbie, saying that he thinks she has a right to choose whether she lives or dies. Len turns the tables and asks Shane what he'd do if that was his mother lying there. Shane says he'd let her go if she asked for it. Then Len just flips the damn table upside down and says that lying there is HIS mother, the woman who called him a loser, force-fed him liver and hung his dog (twice). Shane suggests that Len is having trouble letting go, and Len agrees. He points out where the ventilator is plugged in and tells Shane he can go ahead and do it if he wants. Surprisingly the "all eyeballs and elbows" young boy can't do it.