Gaby comes home with a bag of groceries to find Carlos on the couch with Grandma Nutjob, who tells Gaby she has news to share. Gaby says nothing, and Grandma Nutjob picks up on her not being happy to see her. Pretty astute for a crazy lady. Gaby says last time they spoke they called each other names, and Grandma Nutjob says all families have squabbles. Gaby's like, "Family? You had Carlos fired." Grandma Nutjob says it was a terrible misunderstanding and Carlos explains that she cleared it up and he has his job back. Gaby asks Grandma Nutjob to leave before there's a "terrible misunderstanding" between her foot and Grandma Nutjob's ass. Carlos asks Gaby if he can see her in the kitchen. Once there, he tells her that they are the sole heirs to all of Grandma Nutjob's fortunes. Gaby runs back into the other room and warmly welcomes Grandma Nutjob. (Oh, and Gaby calls her "Grandma Screwloose" this week, which actually might be better than Grandma Nutjob, but I'm sticking with it.)
Bree's nervous because a reporter from the New York Dispatch is coming to interview her. She compliments Katherine, who tells her she can stop because Katherine's already planning to say nice things. In walks Andrew, and Bree pays him a compliment. He assures her he won't be gay in front of the reporter. Andrew has done research on the reporter, though, and apparently she's the type who tears her interview subjects apart. Andrew tells her this could ruin book sales, and Bree's going to have to figure out a way to handle it. Reporter Sandra walks in, and Bree starts paying her compliments. You can't say the woman's not consistent.
Lynette's cooking when Preston comes in to tell her that Porter got Anne Shilling pregnant. Lynette's face freezes. Preston asks if she's okay, and Lynette numbly says, "Oh yeah, I'm great. Is that it?" He tells her that, actually, no, they're planning to run away. Preston asks if she's going to talk to Porter, but she has someone else to talk to first. She starts to walk out but turns and gives Preston a hug and kiss, and tells him she takes back yelling at him for leaving a soda can ring on the coffee table. Oh, Lynette, I'm sure you've done worse than that to him that you could apologize for.