Andrew walks in on Bree and Sam planning her next cookbook, Down Home Cooking with Mrs. Van de Kamp," and he's more than a little jealous. When Sam leaves, Andrew starts mocking, "My darling Sam, I couldn't make it through the day without you." He says that will be the dedication, and also? Sam's a brown-noser. Bree's sorry he doesn't like Sam, but she likes him so much she's making him another vice president, telling Andrew there's plenty of work to go around. Andrew can't believe this, since she barely knows Sam, but she says she's doing what's best for both of them. He tells her to remember that line, because he'll use it when he puts her in a nursing home.
Robin's snuggling up to Katherine, who's staring straight at the ceiling. It honestly looks like the most uncomfortable cuddling ever. Thankfully, the doorbell rings, and Katherine finds Susan there. She's inviting Katherine shopping, because she wants to be friends again. Katherine tries to shut the door, but Susan asks her not to shut her out, since they used to tell each other everything. Robin comes down and greets Susan, then calls Katherine "hon" and kisses her on the lips. She goes to make coffee, and Susan's like, "So, anything you want to tell me?"
On the mean streets of New York, Danny knocks on a door and is greeted by an older woman. He asks if she's Rose Deluca, and then tells her she's his grandma. She greets him as Tyler, and invites him in with a huge, tearful hug. In an airplane, Gaby tells Angie their plan: to go to Ana's modeling agency, since she knows that world. Angie asks how, and Gaby scoffs that Angie wouldn't know she was a model. Gaby says she was "big-time," even on the cover of Vogue before she decided she wanted a different kind of life and married Carlos. Then Gaby asks Angie about her past since she told her about hers. Angie says her past isn't that interesting, anyway, and that telling her she was a supermodel is bragging, not sharing. Angie wonders why she never heard of Gaby if she was so great, and Gaby says she'd have to look in a fashion magazine, which she doubts Angie's ever done. Angie asks if they're done sharing, and Gaby: "Oh, yeah."