"Hi. Uh...I'm calling in response to one of your, uh, posts? I think I... I saw someone, maybe. Botwin? Nancy? Uh... Long hair, brownish, I forget the other one's name. It was, um... It was a baby?" The lady transfers Nancy to the FBI, immediately, and she hangs up immediately. Our FBI guy knows it was her, even though she hung up immediately. It could have been simple and anonymous, she could have left the kid at a fire station or something, but the voice of the man saying FBI, a man she recognizes: Way too real. Good instinct, first, and then good instinct hanging up, too. Because with that guy on the phone it stops being about Stevie and starts being about Pilar, Esteban -- Shane -- and that's when gravity really does win.
Nancy lies back in the SS Awesome Love and stares at the ceiling and admits this plan is over with. Andy agrees -- "Love the road, no place for a baby" -- but then what, settle down and play house? Not an option "because oops, I've got a fucking Amber Alert out on me." She links today's advice to the "everybody" up her ass: "Now I got this fucking doctor telling me Stevie needs check-ups and shots and I just... I'm so done with this country." It was the next idea, it was the next thing that could happen. She listens to him thinking this out, and they negotiate.
Nancy loves the idea of going somewhere the opposite of America, and maybe that means Capri but Andy knows it's Copenhagen: "Either you can hitch your wagon to the Andy-and-Famke train, or, uh, you can raise Stevie alone, on the run." This sounds suspiciously like an ultimatum, but that's not really exactly what it is. They've hit the next juncture, which means they all have to make decisions -- "your path, I'll take mine" -- and after the Audra time, that means for Andy Copenhagen. Sounds like she's agreeing, and he hasn't stopped thinking of it since the doctor's office, which is when it became the thing he always wanted.
"Hear me out. Nordic people: Very peaceful. Extremely low crime rate. High quality of life. Universal healthcare. Open-faced sandwiches. Bikes everywhere. I've done Google Street View, it's like Santa's Village. I even got a neighborhood picked out. I don't know how to pronounce it, it starts with an R. Their core value -- get this -- hygge. It means coziness. As in relaxed, sedate, stress-free."