Marriage Counseling of the Damned. Rex is yelping that all the problems in his marriage are KimberBree's fault. Wait until she has you committed to a mental institution, buddy. Or runs you over with her car and frames your second wife for framing your first wife, who is also your second wife's sister. KimberBree denies all of this, but Rex wonders what he's done that's been so awful. He says he's been a great husband and it kills her to admit that! Kills her! Dr. Goldfine fingers his button, and wonders if Rex even "acknowledges the benefits of living with [KimberBree]." KimberBree looks slightly triumphant. Oh, I know that look. That's the "watch out, because I just came up with a plan to get you to sign over your portion of Jane Mancini Designs" look. Dr. Goldfine presses the point, saying that Rex has a fairly well-run life. "Do you ever remember to say thank you?" he asks. "'Thank you'?" Rex parrots. KimberBree smiles.
Mike's. Bongo is eating out of Edie's hands as Susan gives Mike the scoop on the rest of his neighbors. Edie manages, somehow, to bring the conversation around to Susan's divorce, and then announces that, in her heart of hearts, she truly believes that Susan and Karl are totally going to get back together. Edie then winks at Julie, who shoots a hilarious "I can't BELIEVE this woman" look toward her mother. Edie tells Mike that she'd never seen two people more in love. "She'll never find that kind of chemistry with another man. NEVER," Edie shouts. MAVO: Obvious restating of what we've just seen in scene. Julie pipes up that she always liked "Mr. Rothwell. Your fourth husband." Edie chuckles that Mr. Rothwell was her second husband. "I've only been married twice," she says nervously. Julie pastes on an innocent face. "You weren't married to the guy with all the tattoos that they took away in handcuffs?" she asks. At this, Susan jumps in. "She wasn't married to Javier. That was just one of her special friends. Ha ha! I think we should change the subject. Unless you want to keep talking about it," she says. Mike jut looks amused. Bongo then jumps on the table and Edie distracts everyone from the tall tales of her many lovers by announcing that she taught the dog a trick, which she then demonstrates. It involves Bongo walking on his hind feet. Eh, get back to me when you teach him to talk. MAVO: "Susan was furious that Edie was using a dog to ingratiate herself with its owner. She was also furious with Mike for not seeing through this blatant maneuver." You know who else she was furious with? Yes, herself. MA is not a particularly insightful dead person, I have to say. At this, Susan gets up and begins to clear the table, saying she's getting the dessert. In the kitchen, she spies the gravy, makes a thoughtful face, and puts it on her hand and behind her ears, like a particularly meaty perfume.