Ruby bursts into Lou's room, frantically seeking him. She looks stupid. With her frilly dress and messy up-do, she resembles a country-girl flapper who went on one all-night hayride too many. From behind the closed bathroom door, we hear a flushing toilet. Sucking in an anticipatory breath, Ruby waits. The door opens. Tyler walks out, grinning. "I don't know what it is, but I always get a big kick out of pissing in another man's bowl," he says. Ruby tenses as Tyler creeps toward her. "I found you before," he snarls. "I can find you again." As Ruby's skin crawls, Tyler tells her he wants to formalize their little bargain. Tossing her a ring box, Tyler calls out, "Consider yourself proposed to." He leaves as Ruby glowers. I feel like they don't trust Mia Kirschner with lines, given that all she does is stare and look wet-eyed and trembly.
Willard rifles through his brother's personal lockbox, while Sherman watches. More watching. This whole town is full of voyeurs. Bruce kept a microphone, a book of dirty limericks, toenail clippers, and a box of mechanical-pencil refills. "Not much of a legacy," sighs Willard, but Sherman is already nose-deep into dirty poems. He cracks that he hopes Bruce left a will, or else the mad scramble for the clippers could get violent. Willard has a hard time coming to grips with what he did that day, and what he's done throughout his life. "That's the way you live," Sherman shrugs. That's very helpful, yes, Sherman. Thank you so much, because this scene really needed you. Willard decides that a good long run will clear his head. Sherman warns him about rabies. "I'll take my chances," Willard says. Why am I recapping this like the details matter? The show is over.