Susan has invited Barrett inside her house for the hard sell on Julie, and is making a huge dork of herself, per usual. Barrett gets a call from another customer, but Susan's off checking the laundry, so she doesn't hear what he's saying. After he hangs up, he tells Susan that he has to go, and Susan shows him out, inviting him to return tomorrow. And who knows -- Julie might even be there. He calls her "Mrs. Delfino," and she asks him to call her "Mom." Cringe. "Because...that's what all the kids call me," she adds. Barrett is going to wonder who Susan's dealer is.
Bree stops by the Scavo pizzeria, using the need to drop off Andrew's forgotten cell phone as a subtext to pick Tom's brain about whether they did the family bed thing when the Ps were little. Tom says that they kind of did, though not exactly by choice. How did Bree not assume that the little monsters just kind of swarmed in? Bree discreetly wonders how that affected his and Lynette's sex life, and Tom not-so-discreetly explains that they just got creative with locales, including Bree's house once, when the Van de Kamps were out of town. That aside, Tom asks how Orson likes being a dad, and Bree says that the three of them are such a happy family. She leaves, but it's clear that Andrew heard her, and it obviously stung. Yes, Bree is hoping to learn from her mistakes with her oldest son, which is probably why she keeps making fresh ones.
Mike's just finishing up a little light plumbing at Adam and Katherine's house, when Adam goes to answer the door. It's a woman named Sylvia, played by Melora Hardin, Bill's crazy sister-in-law (well, one of many) from Big Love. Adam doesn't look too thrilled to see her. Probably because she seems a little crazy here, too, although she's not quite the fashion victim Wanda is. He accuses her of ruining his life, and tells her to go back to Chicago. "Hey, man, your beer's getting warm," Mike says from behind Adam, which spooks Sylvia into leaving. Adam thanks Mike for the assist, and asks him to keep Sylvia's visit their little secret. Mike agrees, and asks Adam if, by the way, he might be able to write him a prescription for some pain meds. Adam says that would look kind of weird from a gynecologist. Mike says it's no big:"This favor thing doesn't have to go both ways." Adam gets the point.