Dinner at Bree and Orson's. It's actually pre-dinner hors d'oeuvres. Bree points out that Alex and Andrew are sitting far apart and asks them to scooch over. Which is weird, as Andrew points out. She just wants them to know she's okay with it. He tells her they appreciate her "tolerance" (digression: I hate that word; as if we all are "tolerating" gays or other minority groups. Doesn't that imply they're somehow so bad that we have to "tolerate" them?), but they can wait until they're home to make out. The doorbell rings, and Andrew wonders who it is. It's Bob and Lee. Andrew asks if Bree's sponsoring a float. Bree introduces Bob and Lee to Alex, a plastic surgeon. She also calls him Andrew's new "life partner." Bob and Lee ask if they've met Alex, but he doesn't remember him. They swear they know Alex, though. Lee says, "Oh!" like he's about to say where he remembers him from and then says, "My mistake." Everyone goes to eat and Bob and Lee whisper. And don't think Bree doesn't notice. Bob's like, "Oh my god, you're right: It is him."
Gaby comes home and Carlos is holding the girls and crying. She runs in and asks what's wrong. He says he can see them, because everything's starting to come into focus. She's so happy, and they all hug. He's so glad to see his girls. He asks where the painting they bought in Greece is, and she says she had to sell it to make the mortgage. He says he doesn't care about things, just so he has his girls. And she says that's such good news because she also sold his baseball. He's like, "You sold my Lou Gehrig baseball?" She says it's just a thing, but he says it's actually a family heirloom since it was his father's and his grandfather's. Carlos sends the girls to the kitchen for cookies. If they send the girls to the kitchen for treats every time they argue, this might be why the girls have weight issues. Carlos tells Gaby he doesn't care what she has to do, but he wants that baseball back. She tells him that she kept the family afloat for five years. He says he only asked her not to sell two things: the baseball and his watch, and that she only didn't sell the watch because she couldn't get it off his wrist. He wants the baseball back and she's going to get it. Oh, and she might want to not flip him off, since he can see now.