At a "Congratulations for not being blind" party at the Solis house, Carlos is telling Bree and Susan about how he will be able to see fully again soon, and Gaby's been so patient. Just then she walks up and asks if he's a moron for not wearing his dark glasses. She can only handle him going blind once. He grabs his glasses and a baseball falls. Carlos asks her to look at the signature from Lou Gehrig. There's no signature, but Susan pretends for Gaby's sake that it's signed. He tells them it was passed down from his father and grandfather. Gaby says she didn't know that and he tells her that's why he wouldn't let her sell it. Then she tells him he needs to put in eye drops and he leaves. Bree and Susan look at Gaby like she's been bad. Bree points out you never sell a man's autographed baseball (or any autograph sports ball, actually), but Gaby says the car needed tires. I'm no sports authority, but I would think a baseball signed by Gehrig could pay for a lot more than car tires. Gaby asks Susan if Mike can maybe track down this Lou Gehrig guy and get him to sign a new one. Wow. It's a good thing she's pretty.
Lynette approaches Tom and Bob, who are chatting in the yard. Bob tells them bail is $20,000. He says they'll scrape the money together from their emergency fund and "the Christmas club." Can someone please explain to me what the Christmas club is? Tom leaves and asks Lynette to take care of it. He leaves and Lynette tells Bob there's no emergency fund, because she gave it to Anne to get her to leave town. She did not give Anne $14,000! That's insane. Bob tells her she could mortgage the house to pay a bail bondsman. Or the restaurant. She's like, "Yeah, I'll do that!" And she tells Bob not to tell Tom, since he's her lawyer, not Tom's. Bob points out for the tenth time during this conversation that he's actually Porter's lawyer. She's not listening. Surprise, surprise.
Gaby's sitting in the office of the sports collector to whom she sold the Lou Gehrig ball, explaining her plight: He's Italian, so an interpreter passes her plight along. He responds "No way." But then he says he actually would give it back if Gaby would dance on the table. She has too much pride, apparently, so she leaves instead.
Lynette shows up at Edie's and Creepy Dave answers. She says she's there to borrow Edie's yellow sweater for the arraignment. Edie's not there, but Creepy Dave lets her go up and get it. He might not have let her, but the woman and child are walking onto the lawn behind her, which has him distracted. Lynette goes upstairs and returns the gun to Edie's dresser drawer, then barely remembers to get the yellow sweater, too. Meanwhile, downstairs, Creepy Dave's talking to the woman and child on the porch: "Please, you have to leave. This isn't a good time, okay? I'll come see you tomorrow. Just know I still love you. That'll never change." Lynette comes down in time to catch the tail end of that, and looks thoughtful.