Casa de Solis. Ana's on the phone with Danny, trying to get him to hang out. He blows her off, which Gaby points out as soon as Ana's off the phone. Ana claims she could get him herself, but is happy to hear some of Gaby's pointers. Gaby tells her the secret to landing a guy is ignoring him. Be too busy. End the conversations. Etc. That's how she got Carlos. He tries to pretend she didn't, but she gives us the stats: He sat through six runway shows before she'd date him. She backed out of their first date by saying she was sick. He's mad to find out she wasn't really sick, since he rented a yacht, but Gaby tells him to "Eat your waffles! I'm teaching!"
Bolen House of Weird. Danny's getting off the other end of that phone conversation with Ana, then his parents are grilling him on where he went last night. He says he went out because he couldn't sleep, and he went a lot of places. His dad drove around looking for him, but Danny's a smartass about it. Angie tells Nick to go shower and spends some time bonding with Danny, which is mostly just exposition to get viewers to know that these two have a special relationship, which means that she fights his battles for him. He tells her he went out drinking, that's all. She tells him she knows this move has been hard, but couldn't he try to be happy? She thanks him for being honest, but smacks him for drinking. Mrs. McC screams.
Scavo house. Parker asks if Lynette threw up in the bathroom. When she confirms it, Porter says that if she weren't so old, he'd think she was pregnant. Tom almost tells them the truth, but Lynette pretends she ate bad seafood last night, even though they all ate together at Mike and Susan's wedding. She pretends she went out somewhere and ate clams, though she can't remember where. She just remembers seeing a sign for "clams." Tom's looking on in awe that she can tell such a ridiculous story, but Parker's like, "Well, my point was: Next time, please flush." Porter loses his appetite, and the boys leave. Lynette reminds Tom they weren't going to tell the kids until after the first trimester and after they're sure everything's okay. He wonders if that's the only reason she's not telling. Mrs. McC screams.