All season long, the relationship between Guillermo (Harvey Guillen) and Nandor (Kayvan Novak) has been fraught, with Nandor using a Djinn to resurrect all of his dead wives (both girl wives and guy wives) and picking his favorite.
We also knew that Guillermo had his own boyfriend, Freddie, a man he met while he was in England. So the status of their relationship was never more electric.
Then last week, it all reached its peak when Nandor used another wish to turn Marwa into an exact copy of Freddie, eventually leading to the real Freddie breaking up with Guillermo to go be with his clone.
Now that Marwa is gone and Guillermo and Freddie are broken up, Guillermo was trying to spend time with Nandor again and rekindle their friendship. But Nandor is in a reading mood and decides he wants to spend the next "15-20 years" quietly reading books instead of talking to Guillermo. It's back to square one.
In the final scene, we see a frustrated Guillermo saying that nothing changes in the house and nothing ever will - unless he makes it. So he takes the duffle bag of money he "earned" while being the vampire nightclub's accountant and goes to his friend Derek, the vampire who works at a convenience store, and hands him the money.
"You're going to make me a vampire," he tells Derek.
So where does that put our favorite couple? It might finally put them on equal footing. If Derek really goes through with it and turns Guillermo, it completely changes the dynamic of the show -- and the relationship.
You can be sure as soon as Guillermo becomes a vampire, he'll be a thousand times better at it than Nandor is, and Nandor will be forced to realize that he doesn't come close to deserving Guillermo.
Overall, this has been the best season of the show. WWDITS keeps on making more and more surprising decisions that take the show in wonderful new directions and always keeps us guessing.
We truly don't know when, or if, Guillermo and Nandor will get together. But we do know both of them are queer, and they both have feelings for each other, and that makes for some absolutely excellent television.