Please don't talk to me, please don't please don't
At the bus stop, a gross old guy named "Poncho Guy" starts talking to Mim and makes her super uncomfortable.
blah my mom blah family blah
Mim's seat is next to a little old lady, named Arlene, who wants to talk to Mim. She also notices a cute boy that is taking pictures out the window.
Arlene starts talking to Mim about her shoes and her life and everything that Mim doesn't want to talk about.
Arlene slowly gets Mim to get talking and it opens up their relationship. Mim notices a red box that Arlene is holding. Mim asks about it but Arlene just says it belongs to her son and that's all she will tell Mim.
Mim has a flashback of her new therapist and how much she doesn't like him. We learn that she has psychosis and has to start taking medication.
Mim goes through the coffee can of money that she stole from Kathy. She finds several notes from her mom to Kathy that got more and more frantic. There is one last note that reads "It's what's best for her, please reconsider" in very sloppy handwriting with no punctuation. Mim assumes that the note is from her mom.