And over to Lynette, who is in her office, and cutting the string off a pink box of...donuts. You see the way they did that? Lynette is trying to lure a friend/former coworker named Veronica (whose shirt is unbuttoned to reveal tightly compressed barmaid's cleavage to rival Bossy Boobs's) away from the Veronica's current place of employment. But Veronica and her breasts aren't all that impressed with the salary Lynette's offering. Lynette tries to sweeten the deal with mention of an expense account and a corner office. Hm, well, Veronica and her breasts need to think about it. But first: another donut! Lynette: "Okay, what is your secret? How can you eat like that and keep your figure?" Veronica and her breasts dish that it's all thanks to the breastfeeding, which she describes as "like having a treadmill strapped to your chest." Which is a somewhat problematic metaphor? Like, her breasts are exercise equipment? But then...how would she exercise on her own breasts? Are other people running on her breasts? Is that what keeps the weight off? Lynette coos that she didn't know Veronica and her breasts have a child, and Veronica and her breasts coo that indeed they do: his name is Donovan and he's the "love of [her] life." And this reminds Lynette of one more perk: the office daycare plan!
Lynette and Veronica tour the play space, and Veronica (I'm going to stop mentioning her breasts now, but only to save my typing fingers...because rest assured, those things remain shockingly prominent throughout the entire episode) is totally impressed. In fact, she seems almost ready to sign on, except: will the people in this office be cool about her breastfeeding Donovan? Lynette assures her that "Parcher and Murphy is completely mother-friendly. No one would say a word." And that seals the deal: Veronica's on board! Just then, the Scavo Ps up-end an entire table full of toys and art supplies, and a scandalized Veronica asks whose kids those are. Lynette: "I have absolutely no idea." Huh. I wonder if that lie will ever become apparent?