Gabby comes downstairs to find Money with her head down on the table, totally asleep. At the sound of Gabby calling her name, Money leaps into action and starts madly scrubbing the table. Gabby nicely tells Money that she understands the sleeping on the job, what with staying up all night with the baby. And to show how much she appreciates it, Gabby's purchased Money an all-day pass at the local spa. Money is ecstatic, and she bows and says "thank you" over and over. Gabby smiles and then brusquely tells Money that Lily needs to be bathed and put to bed. Gabby picks up Lily, and coos at her that "Mommy has to go so she can stay pretty and thin so you can be proud of her!" And then she hands Lily off to Money, and smarmily says, "Motherhood is such a blessing. I hope you get to experience it some day," and then she takes off for yoga, leaving a bummed Money in her wake.
Bree is puttering in the living room, wearing a dynamite matching double-layer royal blue v-neck with a fitted grey kick-pleat skirt, when she hears a bunch of screaming coming form outside. She peeks out the window, and sees Andrew behind the wheel a fancy silver old man's car. (It's too soon for his trust fund to have come through, so I guess Bogamil loaned him the car.) Justin is screaming about how far away Rhode Island really is, and whether Andrew even cares. Andrew peels out, leaving sad Justin in the dust. Bree comes outside and, in a voice full of truly sincere concern, asks Justin what just happened. Justin tearfully explains how Andrew just informed him of his big move, and Bree primly sympathizes with him, saying she knows what "good friends" the two of them are. Justin, all choked up: "We're more than friends, Mrs. Van de Kamp, I love him." Bree says "Oh." And then she looks thoughtful for a second, and she adds, "Why?" Ha, good point. Why would anyone love Andrew? Justin explains that when he told his own parents he was gay, they were ashamed of him, and they kicked him out of the house. Well, when that happened, Andrew told Justin that he was the one who should be ashamed of his family, not the other way around, and that Justin's parents were just "too stupid to know how great [Justin] was." A look of dawning understanding creeps across Bree's face. Justin: "That's the thing about Andrew: he doesn't take crap from anyone. How could you not love someone like that?" Bree, with ironic denial of her own history with homophobia, says, "You know, it never ceases to amaze me how people can turn their backs on their own family." Then Bree asks Justin whether he's willing to help her out with a plan she's cooking up to keep Andrew in town. Yay, teamwork!