Thanks to whomever came up with the title of this episode, which has had that song from Sunday in the Park with George going through my head all night. Which officially makes me as gay as Bob and Lee.
Speaking of whom, one day they have a big old brushed stainless steel sculpture delivered to their front yard, and most of the neighbors hate it. Gabby, Katherine, Bree, Mrs. McCluskey, and Susan all convene across the street to glare at it disapprovingly. Well, most of them do; Susan makes the rather weak defense that art is subjective, because she's still not over the new neighbors hating her from last week. Oh, you want my opinion of the thing? Well, I'm no art critic, but to me, it looks like a Frank Gehry building shat out a vertical turd. Katherine wonders what the homeowners' association might have to say about this, and is reminded that since the association's last president -- woman, name of Mary Alice Young, maybe you've heard of her -- died, there hasn't been one. When Bob and Lee come out to say hello -- and to inform the ladies that the sculpture is staying where it is ("Have a nice day, philistines," chirps Lee), Katherine decides that it's time for the homeowners' association to get back together so they can smack down the eyesore. Swell idea.
Susan's not so on board with this, until around six the next morning, when Bob and Lee turn on the water. Yes, the sculpture is in fact a fountain, and all the water clanging against the stainless steel makes quite the racket, waking her and Mike. Outside, Susan loudly asks them to turn it off so they don't have to holler over the noise, and when they do, she asks if they can move it to the back. They turn her down, and turn the fountain back on. Hey, Susan, why not try dognapping Rafael again?
Lynette comes and finds the kids in the treehouse. For a moment, it looks like there's going to be some good bonding, but Lynette makes the mistake of taking a cell-phone call from her doctor. Even though it's good news, doctor-talk has been banned from this space, and she is thus regretfully but firmly banished.
Bree finishes swearing down the phone line at the convent's Reverend Mother, having just found out that Phyllis has come and sprung Danielle, as we saw last week. Bree gets right back on the phone and berates Phyllis's answering machine. While screening the call at her house, Phyllis assures Danielle that they're "ready for" Bree, whatever that means, and goes back to helping her kill zombies on the TV. I'm assuming they got the game system separately, because it seems unlikely that it was previously in Danielle's room at the convent or in Phyllis's retirement cottage.