Lynette and Preston argue because he wants to go to Europe instead of college. He finally says he'll be 18 and will go if he wants to. She says if he so much as applies for a passport, they're cutting him off. Preston storms off, all, "Cut off from the Scavo family fortune?! Oh no!" When he leaves, Lynette asks Tom why she didn't have his support on that one, and he says it's because he agrees with Preston: He should go off to Europe and have fun while he can. I also agree with this. It only gets more expensive and more difficult to travel once you have real responsibilities. Lynette wants to keep Preston on track, and tells Tom to take him on a campus tour to show him college can be fun. She uses the words "unemployable loser," which is sort of insensitive to Tom right now. Anyway, Tom agrees and says on his way home he'll show his college diploma to the guy at the burger barn to see if he can work the night shift. Lynette says if he's really stopping there, she'd like some onion rings.
Gaby's putting jewelry on and making herself pretty when Juanita asks where they're going. Gaby explains they're going to a family reunion at Carlos's aunt Connie's and Gaby wants to look her best. She says the party is going to be terrible, because Carlos's family is trash. Juanita wonders why Gaby's wearing her best jewelry if she doesn't like them. Gaby says that's what grown-ups do: Instead of fighting, they just wear nice things to make them feel bad. Juanita says if Gaby hates them so much, maybe they shouldn't go, but Gaby says of course they'll go; they're family.
Bree and Karl are at her storage unit, since she wanted to check on her things (and to show us things that we might see later). She looks at a painting of a vase. Seriously? A painting of a vase? She says it's valuable and should not be left on the floor. Karl calls Bree's "hand-woven Kurdish Kazakh rug" a "doormat," which is totally offensive to her. And to everyone with taste, of course. He then roughly handles a vase. She says she's glad her divorce is almost over so that Karl and Orson will both be out of her life. Karl says she still has a couple of hurdles: the insurance claim. She says she told Orson she filed it, and Karl says by the time he realizes she didn't, he'll be poor and divorced. Karl thinks once the divorce is final, she should probably have sex, and he has some guys he could set her up with. She acts offended that he'd even suggest such a thing. They leave the storage unit, where Orson is spying on them. They don't see him, but he sees Bree.