Down at the store. Lynette is making small talk with the new neighbor, Art (Jackie's real-life husband). He's just explaining his sister's ailment -- "She has this rare, degenerative..." -- when Lynette, distracted by the sudden appearance of Snora, interrupts. "Oh, that's rough. Excuse me." Lynette says, and then rolls her cart away. Snora has changed out of her sexy orange and into an insane Tyrolean outfit, with two braids, little shorts, and knee-high argyle socks. She looks like a pornographic Ricola ad.
Susan, Harve(Gar)y, Edie, Austin, and Julie are in the Manager's office, and Susan is having a meltdown, yelling at Julie, talking about how crazy Julie's been lately, what with "having boys over" and "drinking beer." Austin, sarcastically: "And soon she'll be listening to that rock and roll music everybody's talking about." Edie flicks his head hard enough to make a tuft of his long, coiffured hair go flying. Susan excuses herself to go talk to a "friend who's late for a flight." Julie tries to stop her, but Susan interrupts her to say, "I am so disappointed in you." And then she leaves.
As Susan's walking out the front door of the market, she passes Jackie, and we see that same casual greeting we saw earlier in the episode, only this time we know that the woman in the impractical black dress is Susan. So, it's alllll falling into place.
Harve(Gar)y, Edie, Julie, and Austin file out of the office. Edie is bargaining with Harve(Gar)y, offering a free month of Austin working as a stock boy. Austin, appalled: "A month? It was a ten-dollar bottle of whiskey!" Edie, nastily: "Exactly. You weren't even smart enough to steal the good stuff." Harve(Gar)y, distracted, sort of starts wandering away, but Edie calls him back and either says "let's sort this out" or "let's flirt this out," I can't quite tell. I, of course, am hoping it's "flirt," because that would classic.
Lynette is moving as quickly as she can in the opposite direction of where she last spotted Snora, but Snora finds her anyway. Lynette: "Hey, Nora. How's tricks?" Apparently, Snora spotted Lynette's car out in the parking lot, which is how she knew Lynette was here. Which is highly coincidental, but I'll allow it. Much less believable: Snora has already been contacted by the Scavo lawyer about their bid for custody of Kayla. How they managed to get a legal action in motion in less than one day is totally beyond me. While they battle, Jackie walks by. Lynette pede-argues with Snora around the corner into the next aisle, but we can still hear Jackie saying, "I've been thinking Harvey, that if you love this Monique woman so much..." This is just like the twin "Everybody be cool, this is a robbery" scenes in Pulp Fiction!