Silas is doing pot stuff when Shane shows up asking for a head cheese sandwich; Silas tells him to go to Subway. When Shane protests that they don't have what he wants, Silas swears that Cheese Gotta Have It doesn't either. Shane whines that Silas gave him a condom with which to fuck horrible girls, and Silas is great: "That was sex." He tells him to go to school, and Shane points out that Silas was smoking pot at thirteen, too. Silas explains that Shane is stupid enough as it is, and Shane tells a story about some asshole friend of Silas's who peed in their pool -- thereby causing Shane to avoid their pool for an entire year, which is a totally Shane thing to do, and under everybody's radar. Silas says he's not going to go all DARE on Shane -- which Shane agrees would be wildly hypocritical -- but he's not going to become his little brother's dealer either. Shane offers $300 and Silas tells him to go to school -- inflected in precisely the way mother Nancy would say it, "Go back to school. Shane." -- and Shane makes a sneaky face. Which I suppose means he's going to steal pot, take it to school, get caught, and bring his whole family down in a whole new fashion, except Nancy will do something sociopathic and entitled and make it go away. I'm just spitballing here.
Esteban plays a barcarola for Nancy, a gondolier song, and she notes that the boat motif keeps on trucking with him. There's a photograph of his three daughters on the coffee table, near a bowl full of bones; he admits to having hid it before now, which he knows is weird. "You make me do things I wouldn't usually do." He kisses her forehead; her head is in his lap. He asks where she's gone, as she's looking out into space, and the barcarola plays, Godfather-like, over what follows.