Bree is assembling a care package for Andrew. She is also arguing with Rex about how she doesn't want to go to visiting day at Camp Cognac. Bree tries to add some lemon squares to the box, and Rex stops her, reminding her that sugar is forbidden at Camp because, he guesses, "it undercuts the boot-camp experience." Bree thinks that's a stupid rule. (Really? That doesn't sound like our Bree, the world's biggest fan of the electrified fence.) As the bickering continues, we discover that the real reason Bree doesn't want to go is that she thinks Andrew is going to attack her for abandoning him. Rex tries to soothe Bree by telling her not to feel guilty, she did everything she could for him. "I don't feel guilty," Bree lies. Rex says "okay" with zero conviction and retreats upstairs. Bree throws the lemon squares into the box.
Lynette is wearing a titastic satin dress, along with curlers on her head and a baby on her hip. Lynette is on the phone, desperately trying to talk "Christy" into babysitting. As Lynette yells and wheedles -- She's supposed to meet up with friends! From her old job! If she backs out one more time, she's dead to them! And a bunch of other stuff thirteen-year-olds named Christy don't care about at all! -- Parker is in the foreground, picking heads off of an ancient, completely dead bundle of daisies. What the hell is that? The bouquet from the crypt? I've been known to let flowers linger, purely for sentimental reasons, but those look like they're probably kicking up a stench. Lynette breaks from her yelling at Christy to yell at Parker to stop with the picking, which he heeds not. Lynette snaps her fingers at Parker, which doesn't work either. Still on the phone, Lynette walks over and manually removes Parker's hands from the flowers, but he gets right back to it. On the other end of the phone, Christy mentions a sum of $100, Lynette yells that it's extortion, and Christy hangs up on Lynette. "Parker!" Lynette yells, "I swear I will spank you!" Amazingly enough, Parker stops with the flower-picking and Lynette moves on to the next girl on the list of "people who will never, ever baby-sit for the Scavo family."
Gabby returns home with shopping bags in tow to find Creepy Man from the Hospital, a.k.a. Mr. Steinberg, sitting at the table with Carlos. A number of worrisome contract-looking papers are spread out before them. Gabby tries to pretend that she's never met Mr. Steinberg, but he assures her that they've already met. I can't believe Gabby didn't think something like this was going to happen. Carlos starts yelling at Gabby for signing the settlement check behind his back. "Oh, that!" Gabby admits finally. Creepy Mr. Steinberg excuses himself, and as he walks to the door, Carlos and Gabby silently hate each other with their eyes. The second the door closes, the screaming begins. Carlos thinks they should have used the money to pay for lawyers to keep him out of jail, instead of letting him agree to the plea bargain. Gabby yells that if he didn't take the plea, the government would have seized the money. Besides, says Gabby, "You had Laotian convicts sewing casual wear for two cents an hour, don't you think you think you deserve a time-out?" Yelling, yelling, yelling. "You know, once you calm down," Gabby says, finally, "you're going to realize I did the right thing, and when that happens, I'd appreciate an apology." Carlos glares. Gabby glares. The heat is on!