Gaby's back in the office of the Italian sports collector. She climbs up on the table and asks the interpreter to get her boss. At the same time, Carlos is in her closet and seeing just how much she's sacrificed: Her closet is almost empty of shoes and clothes. So not the Gaby he remembers seeing before. She comes in and throws him the ball. He's impressed she got it back, but wonders why she's limping. She says, "Fell off a table. Don't want to talk about it."
Bob and Porter enter the courthouse and Lynette and Tom wonder what took them so long. They only get to ask Bob, though, because Porter stops way down the hall from Lynette and Tom. Bob says he wanted to coach Porter a little bit. Tom asks what's wrong with Porter, and Bob says he needs some time to himself. He's nervous. Bob goes into the courtroom. Lynette looks at him and then tells Tom, "That's because he's Preston." Tom looks at him and says, "Oh crap." They walk up to him, and Preston's all, "Hey Mom. Dad." Lynette says, "Hey Preston." He's like, "Oh, you know?" Tom slaps him on the side of the arm and says, "Of course we know!" This is a really cute scene, because, of course your parents know the difference. It's cute that he thought they might not. They ask where Porter is, and Preston says he took off, scared out of his mind. He asked Preston to help him get a head-start. Lynette says that they paid the bail and now that he's skipped town, they'll lose ... a lot. Tom says they're about to find out, though, because he's not letting Preston do this. They'll just forfeit the bail, because "It's just money." Uh-oh. Lynette's thinking the same thing. She tells Tom it's not just money, but when he asks what she's talking about, she asks him to remember that she's his rock and she knows what to do in a crisis. He can't ask questions, and Preston gets to be Porter now. They go into the courtroom.
Gaby's picking up dirty laundry, and when she gets to her closet, she sees a cute little sun dress that's all princess pink and white and black. It sort of looks like lingerie, but Eva Longoria could pull it off. She wonders where it came from, and Carlos says he sold the ball to get it for her. He says she never told him how bad things had gotten. She says she didn't want to add to his blindness and depression. He thanks her for taking care of the family, and says he plans on spending the rest of his life making it up to her. Next up: Sell the watch to get her some shoes to go with the dress. She tells him the watch is a knock-off. She sold the real one two years ago to get the roof fixed.