Snora calls out to Tom as she and Kayla pull up in front of the Scavo's house. Lynette: "What fresh hell is this?" I love it when people say that; it's one of my pet-favorite responses. Lynette gives Snora a Joey Lawrence "whoa" and cites her for already breaking two rules of Lynette's rules: (1) talking to Tom; and (2) being within one city block of the Scavo manse. "And I'm not sure that that top doesn't make three." And really, the teensy electric orange top Snora's wearing is quite arresting, that plunging neckline alone screams "hands against the wall, feet apart." And ooh! She's wearing that necklace again, the one I've been searching for ever since she wore it in the big seduction scene last week. (The closest I can find is this openwork bird necklace, only Snora's is gold and the strand is much shorter. But still...sublimely cute, right?) Snora announces that, thanks to "lunatic" Lynette's antisocial behavior, she's decided to take Kayla and move to Mexico, where a "sweet friend" got her a job "dancing at a nightclub in Tijuana." She hands Tom her new address, so he'll know where to send those child support payments. Throughout this whole scene, Kayla is sitting in the car, with her window down, listening. Snora is an awesome mom. "Wave 'bye, bye' to your daddy," Snora tells her kid, and they drive off. We get one last shot of Kayla, her child-actor eyebrows furrowing in sadness.
Gabby, Carlos, and their respective lawyers are meeting in front of a judge, who's making a final ruling about the "division of assets and alimony." Carlos -- who is looking unbelievably well for someone who just "four days ago" fell out a second-story window -- has one more thing to add: he whips out a tape recorder and plays a choice selection of his recent sex session with Gabby, the one that she only initiated because she thought Carlos was coming into some phat money. Carlos: "It's all right here your honor. When she climaxes, she actually starts screaming out dollar amounts." The judge asks Gabby if she has anything to say in her defense. (Is he talking about her matronly shirty-straitjacket thing? With the insane ruffles? Because I don't think there's any possible way to defend that wardrobe choice.) But Gabby does indeed have a thing or two to add.
Cut to Gabby being carted away by two bailiffs as she writhes and screams that she's going to kill Carlos. Carlos smugly yells out to her to quit her whining. After all, she still gets to keep the house, she just doesn't get to keep anything inside the house. And no alimony, either. Gabby: "Just give me one clean shot at him. I'm willing to do the time!" Why didn't her lawyer warn her that this might happen when she started hinting about getting the divorce delayed? And couldn't that tape have been made at any time in their relationship? Oh, how very tired I am of this storyline.