"Did Mr. Freaky Shoes do that to you?" she asks, and Nancy's like, "Kinda, yeah." She calls Andy and all she'll say is, "It's Plan C. Plan... No, seriously. It's C." Which we won't know until the very last part what that means, but I don't want to recap it twice so we'll pretend you already know what Plan C is, and if you don't go watch the show, it's great.
"We're at the airport. So is Esteban. Yeah, bye." Andy's shoulders dip under whatever the weight of Plan C is, and his face goes all manlike and he fake smiles and says, "I'm sure she'll be here soon." Schiff and Shane are less convinced, but C isn't about impressing them with her punctuality, it's about getting Shane out of the country. Andy sighs, full of the empty place for facts and details he doesn't know for sure yet, and drags Shane and Schiff to the gate so he can do his part of the Plan.
Esteban tries to get two tickets for the flight, but it's all sold out, so he asks for any flight, which raises some eyebrows, and he's not checking baggage, and all of a sudden he turns from a hottie to a terrorist, so the guy fumbles and says his computer froze, and Esteban's used to being treated like a rich man, so he doesn't even see what is plain to see about this situation. But, never having been a man, Nancy completely does.
"You're a foreign national? Buying last-minute tickets to Europe? Money is no object? If you'd ordered the halal meal, you might have hit the trifecta..."
Shit gets real tense for the boys, and the other ticket people and other white people stare and stare, and Nancy finally takes a giant step back, like in Mother May I, and asks Guillermo if maybe he picked up her ticket and passport by mistake, "sir," and totally plays the pretty white lady card, and Guillermo has to not only hand over the stuff but also feel horrible about the way this is playing out. Even though actually he is exactly what they think he is, it's still really insulting I'd imagine, because Guillermo is also much more than what they think he is.