Scavos. Lynette and Tom are telling Julie that she has to do something about Nick possibly being the attacker. She says it was impossible that it was Nick, but Tom reminds her she couldn't see who attacks her. She says it doesn't make sense, since Nick loves her, but Lynette reminds her she broke up with him. Tom and Lynette say they can't do nothing about this, since they've watched her grow up and she's like a daughter to them. They're going to the police no matter what she says. She looks out the window and says it just couldn't be him.
Gaby and Juanita knock on a door somewhere, and Ivana answers. She's angry that Gaby didn't tell Carlos the truth about the tutoring, since he complained and got her in trouble at work. But Gaby wants her to come back. She says she needs her, and so does Juanita. She pushes Juanita into Ivana, and Ivana says, "Ow!" Then Gaby says if she teaches Juanita someone ends up fighting. Ivana says she has floors to scrub, so next thing we know, Gaby's on her hands and knees scrubbing a floor as Ivana teaches Juanita. Though she stops tell Gaby she missed a spot. It's really a lose-lose for Gaby, isn't it?
Bree's test kitchen. Orson comes in and asks if she has a minute, but she tells him it's not a good time. He tries her gnocchi, makes a gross face, and says, "Mmm. Tasty." She tells him not to patronize, since she knows Angie's are light as air and hers are like little shot-puts. He thinks this will cheer her up. He shows her a brooch she bought at the jewelry store she says she went to. She tells him she's busy, but he tells her it's odd that she mentioned the first brooch... She cuts him off and tells him to stop it, for god's sake. She doesn't want jewelry, trinkets, or romantic gestures. She. Wants. Out. But, hey, on a positive note, I don't think Orson is really a klepto anymore, is he? She threatens to throw something at him, and he says, "Just not one of the gnocchi. Those things could put someone's eye out."
Casa de Solis. Gaby comes home with grocery bags, apologizing for being late. She calls for Ivana to leave before Carlos gets home, but Carlos is in the other room, helping Juanita with schoolwork. Carlos tells her he got off work early and let their "cleaning woman" go home. He excuses Juanita. When they're alone, Gaby pretends she heard Celia fall down (she exists?), but Carlos makes her stay. She says she's sorry, but it's hard. Carlos thinks she can set aside a few hours each day to teach her own daughter. Gaby says she'll teach her many things: how to dress, put on makeup, get a boy to notice her. And that will be fun. But fractions, grammar, and history aren't her things and Juanita knows it. She says it's ruining their relationship. He thinks she's exaggerating, but when she tells him Juanita turned her down when she offered to take her to ice cream, he realizes she's right. She cries that some moms are made to home-school, but she's not one of them. He gives her a hug and says okay; they'll figure something else out. She asks if she can keep the housekeeper and he says, "Absolutely not." She cries harder, and he says, "I know." Man, if I made as much money as Carlos, I'd have several housekeepers.