Nancy, whose nose is once again bleeding, jokes around about how Esteban spanked her in the limo that one time, and how there are differences between getting punched v. getting slapped around, and he's like, "You kidnapped my son, you kidnapped my son" blah blah, and she calms down for a second before asking if there's even really a reason he's keeping her alive, like, maybe there's a point to be made there. But he just says the point is that she still has Stevie and they are going to find Stevie. Watching them do this, with her handcuffed and him being a stone killer with a lady problem, at all, is somehow still exactly like watching a formerly fantastic couple going through ugly mediation.
Meanwhile at the airport, they're all trying to figure out how to talk like Iceland people. Andy tells Shane to talk like Björk, Schiff asks who that is, Shane tells him he was a Supreme Court nominee from the Reagan administration, Andy picks out a dark-skinned man with facial hair from the line, from among the slurping fat Americans, and lets everybody go by until he's in line behind him, so the guys will be distracted by the automatic profiling and irritated by their Icelandic activities, because racism isn't racist if you're making a statement about racism, not that this show ever makes it all the way back around no matter how hard or constantly they try, and anyhow it's all quite droll.
Shane and Andy do weird accents -- Schiff's using his real passport, which will matter later -- and Andy foreshadows Plan C by producing a note from Stevie's Icelandic mother giving them permission to get through security and meet at the gate. Short bitching session about the TSA, and then Jenji Kohan on her way to somewhere else walks in front of Guillermo, who is wearing those freaky-outy barefoot shoes with the toes that smell like a burning wetsuit, because he's training for a half-marathon, and Nancy's just pulling mean statements out of her ass.