Gabby's having breakfast at the hotel when John comes up and apologizes for leaving her in an elevator, zipped inside a piece of luggage. What, there isn't a Hallmark card for just this occasion? He returns her watch; he's going to buy Tammy a new one. Gabby: "Don't you mean her daddy will buy her a new one and just launder the money through you?" Look, Gabby, he's sorry. It wasn't his plan to sex her, it's just that he saw her "in the moonlight" and he was overcome. She melts a little and asks John to sit down, telling him, "You're pretty hard to stay mad at." He's relieved to hear it, because he "didn't want this to end badly." Gabby puts her hand on John's knee and says, "Who says it has to end?" Oh, Gabby. John re-explains the part about how he's getting married, and Gabby is all question marks. John: "I love Tammy, and I don't want to screw it up. Because enough of those screw-ups, and you just end up alone." Gabby, sadly and bitterly: "Yeah, that can happen." John kisses her tenderly on the cheek, and that's it. Goodbye to John the Gardener. Again.
Back at Hooker HQ, a man walks up the litter-strewn streets and passes Andrew sitting in the same lounging chair we saw him in back in the newscast. Andrew hits the man up for a few dollars, and the man hands him fifty dollars. Andrew's eyes light up. The POV changes, and we see that it's Orson who's handing out the bills. And suddenly I'm I'll creeped out by Orson all over again. What's his plan? Is he going to kill Andrew? Have sex with him? Ask him to join his "Hit and Run Club"? The terrible possibilities are endless. Orson offers Andrew another fifty...IF Andrew will have lunch with him. Oh right, lunch. That's also a possibility. But maybe it's a very creepy lunch. Something on the bone, with lots of gristle. And cottage cheese -- lumpy, liposuction-y cottage cheese!
In a diner, Andrew orders "fries and a large root beer." Hmm, homeless Andrew must not be that hungry. Homeless Zana ordered tons and tons of food when Susan took him out to lunch! Orson hands over the second fifty, and Andrew cynically asks what he's expected to do for the money. Exactly! But Orson just wants to talk. Andrew is confused. I am confused. Is Orson with the press? The church? Orson: "No, I just want to understand you, Andrew." Andrew starts at the mention of his name, and then tumbles to the truth: "You're him, aren't you. The new husband?" Based on how long that took, I'm guessing Orson and Bree's wedding announcement didn't include a photo. Andrew gets all snippy, super-sarcastically referring to Orson as "Dad." Orson wants to know what Andrew does for money. Andrew is suspicious. I'm suspicious. Andrew: "You mean have I done stuff for money that I'm not proud of? Yeah, sure, but you figured that out as soon as I asked what that fifty was for." Andrew tells Orson not to tell Bree, but then he catches himself: what does he care? Tell Bree, don't tell Bree; Andrew's fine either way. DAD. Then Orson gets all insightful, saying that he thinks Andrew wants Orson to tell Bree what he's been doing because he know it would wound her. In fact, Orson thinks the whole reason Andrew is out on the streets at all is to hurt Bree: "When will you have punished her enough, Andrew? When you turn to drugs to numb the pain, or catch a disease you'll never be rid of?" Andrew is all, "What do you care?" And Orson is all, "I care because the woman I love cares!" Plus, according to Orson, he and Andrew are twinsies: "I know about rage. And how it eats you up, but rage goes away, and when it does, you're just left with the mess you made." Andrew looks a little spooked, and he takes his lunch and leaves.