Meanwhile, Susan has wandered over to Mike's to continue to destroy their nascent relationship. "Remember the cop from the Neighborhood Watch meeting?" she asks. "He agreed to run a fingerprint check on the screwdriver I found at Mrs. Frome's house." Mike is surprised by this. "Nothing was taken," he says. Susan perks that it was still a crime, and tells him that Officer Steven asked her out. On a date. "And I sorta said yes. I was just curious. What you thought. About that," she stammers. Okay. Has Susan ever dealt with men before? Even when they are jealous, they never say they're jealous. Susan, Susan. What are we going to do with you? Mike retorts that he doesn't really have an opinion. "Okay, great. Fine. Thank you," she snaps and starts to stomp off. Mike calls her back and apologizes: "My life is just really complicated right now." Women the world over roll their eyes. Susan tells him that he doesn't have to explain. "Complicated. I get it," she says, and completes the big stomp-off. Mike tosses a rag on the ground in frustration, as the camera pans past his tool set, where a screwdriver is missing. One: duh. Two: Mike is a bad Undercover Whatever He Is.
KimberBree comes over to get Creepy Paul for their Neighborhood Watch rounds. Creepy Paul isn't home, but Zack is, and he's scrubbing the varnish off the wood floors. Is he available for parties? Because my house could use a good cleaning, and this kid is a scream! KimberBree reflects that the house is "just immaculate." Zack agrees that his mother "liked things clean." KimberBree kindly says that Mary Alice would be proud. But he's scrubbing off the varnish. Which would not, I presume, make Mary Alice proud. Zack says that this was where his mother died. He just wants to get it clean. Out, out, damn spot, etc. KimberBree looks sad for him and turns to go, then turns back and invites the kid to dinner.
At the mall, Gabrielle shops idly for panties and eyes her watch. Mama Solis muses that if Gabrielle had children, she wouldn't shop so much: "You get so busy taking care of them that you don't have time to wonder if you're happy." Gabrielle snaps that this is so like Mama Solis: "I invite you on a nice shopping trip and you find ways to upset me." Mama Solis points out that she invited herself, adding, "You keep looking at your watch. Is there some place you have to be?" Gabrielle says no, and adds that, for the record, she "is not one of those women who has a hole in her heart that can only be filled by a baby." The women exchange a look. "I like my life a lot. IT'S VERY FULFILLING," Gabrielle adds, and stomps off. "Excuse my daughter-in-law. She's very fulfilled," Mama Solis says to a fellow shopper.