They keep showing this gun that seemingly belongs to Bob and/or Lee, but I doubt very highly it's the gay ones being talked about here. She did say ordinary men (and women), and Bob and Lee are historically about as teeth-grittingly welcome on Wisteria as Hector and Carmen.
"It was just before sunrise on Wisteria Lane when a cab arrived, and a woman departed. She left the street quietly. But news of her disappearance would soon spread. And the sound would be deafening." The lady is Mitzi, the paranoia is all Lynette's, and the riot is hardly "deafening." Unless you count the cheers of a nation once Susan gets trampled.
"But first: A young man in love had plans to make some noise of his own." The young man in question is Keith, who is 34 on the show and 37 in real life. So basically just an aimless loser -- and ex-con! -- who decides it will be cool and not at all weird or lame to kneel in front of Bree's house from sunrise to when she comes out to get the paper. And that somehow this is her fault, so that when she doesn't immediately agree to his proposal of marriage he gets to grimace and whine and be like, "I'm getting up, fuck this."
Keith borrows some of Bree's tripped-out surreal methed-up bullshit ("Maybe I can use this as a tiny napkin ring!") that makes no sense at all, and then reverses expectations by instead "proposing" that Keith move out of his fratboy pad with the hot chick roommate and into Bree's mansion with her. Yeah, I don't see him getting emasculated and freaking out about that at all -- especially after him being shamed at the restaurant and again just now. I mean, if this were that show Desperate Housewives, you'd be talking about at least a ten-minute... Oh, right.
The ladies bother everybody, and then go back to the begging and bother everybody again, and we catch up with them on round three of bothering everybody. God, they're annoying. Paul thinks it's cute, but at this point you would think Paul would have noticed that nobody else on Wisteria Lane really cares about what those bitches get up to. They're constantly having these huge nightmarish problems and the only time anybody else notices is when they get caught in the crossfire. So the idea of using everybody on Wisteria Lane against these four terrible women, well, we'll just posit the idea of this being a community and pretend anybody cares about anybody else.