He points the gun in his face, and Isabelle points out that also a part of their narrative, now, is Ignacio, who in turn supplies that Sandusky's chapter will be very short. Forthwith they gank all his stuff (Isabelle: "Your apartment makes me sad"), including his "axe," once he calls it that. As a final act, Ignacio suggests shooting him in the leg, but Shane kills his big white cockatoo instead. It explodes in a cloud of feathers, which freaks Ignacio right out, as well as any viewers who think their pets are children. They bounce.
Urbaniak levels a withering glance at Doug and Silas, but Doug assures him they're as serious as things like "ass cancer" or "Sean Penn movies," as though that's not redundant, and when Silas points out that the cop guy vouched for them, he rolls his eyes: Obviously, CP is functionally retarded, and he only hung out with him when they were kids because his stepmother had Jell-O Pops and CP's little sister let him fingerbang her in the poolhouse. I find the best people to associate with are often part of the drug world. Then Doug tries playing hardball, which for him saying things like, "Fuck you and your bullshit charges. In the butt!" and "Here's a counteroffer: Eat my balls." Predictably, Urbaniak gives up on them with one perfect eyebrow. Somewhat less so: A samurai appears to scare them away with his giant sword.
Celia brings groceries home to a garage fridge entirely full of frost blocks, and in the deep freeze finds Sucio's brass-knuckled corpse. She runs through the house chant-screaming, "DEAD MEXICAN!" All the way up to Nancy's bedroom, who sighs and takes a look down there. She flips her phone open immediately while Celia shivers and stares. "Hey, it's me. Uh, still weighing the whole moving in thing. But guess who I ran into? Our old friend Sucio. Looking a little stiff. So if you could send someone to pick him up? Soon? He's hanging out in the garage." Nancy tells the also-frozen Celia to keep him company, with a tiny smile.