Silas is painting their dispensary a calming, medical green, while Doug draws a blue self-portrait with a pendulous dick nose. Silas, having been screwed by Doug in a major way at least once every episode this season, finally gives in and starts yelling. It's the first time he's lost control. Doug whines that he is well-loved the world over, and Silas calls attention to his completely abandoned practice and general waywardness now. "You hurtful, toothy little shit. Teethy!" Silas calls him Manboobs, and he retaliates with Goldilocks and my favorite, "Mormonface," and then Silas goes for the gut. "Gigantor! Embezzler! Girlfriend deporter!" Knowing he's up against it, Doug sputters. "Deaf girl fucker! Deaf fucker!" And then it gets interesting, as Silas's stuff and Doug's stuff turn out to be... The exact same stuff.
Silas: Bad dad!
Doug: Father killer!
And they can't figure out who they're yelling at or why, because they're both right and not talking to each other, and there's a reason they're clutching so tightly, and why Doug keeps talking that gay shit, and bringing up Josh all the time, and there's a reason Silas keeps taking care of Doug and letting him tag along, and there's a reason they both let Andy lapse as their sidekick, in the laundry room when he went comatose in love with Nancy, and chose each other, and never looked back. It's an inside job. There's a reason Ignacio looks like Judah.
So Silas punches Doug in the nose, horrifying them both, and they fall into each other's arms, and start crying. "Sometimes I think I'm retarded in the mouth," Doug says, but Silas doesn't care anymore.
"And you didn't kill your father," Doug muses tenderly, over Silas's head. "Shane did."
Celia bugs the shit out of Esteban's guys when they come, jabbering her fakebook Spanish at them until they tell her to go eat a falafel. "I've got nowhere to go. I'm between things right now." She explains that she was recently banging with revolutionaries, in their country. "Rudolfo, you know him? Piercing eyes? Total vagina?" She talks about how Rudolfo always used to say that the powerless have to use their weakness as an advantage. Works for the revolution. Works for Nancy. Doesn't work for Celia, because her only weakness is her poisonous, irradiated, highly flammable, chemical body. Chemical, she thinks, watching the clouds of acid steam rise up from Sucio's quickly decomposing corpse.
Mags drags Judah to the pier, where it is disgusting, but she thinks it's romantic. Maybe it was once, but now it's homeless central, and she yells give me your jacket in an unhinged-virgin way. They sit in the dirt near a hobo outpost and she talks about how on their date he was talking about how lame Footloose was, and the whole time she just wanted him to jump her. "Oh, I loved Footloose," Andy says without thinking, and she snaps, "That's Judah's gay brother talking," so he spits, ptui: "I mean queerbait. All the dancing. Homo city..." That gets her back up, and she jumps on him moaning about how he's "so fucking boss" and snatching at his dick.