Andrew is out in front of his house, shooting baskets, and wearing a Texas Longhorn shirt, similar to the one stripper Libby's bouncer boyfriend was wearing, which makes me think it has a kind of significance. Maybe something to do with sports? Huh. Lynette pulls up in front of her house, and she's driving a big silver SUV truck thing. Andrew compliments her on her "sweet ride," and she asks him if actually he wouldn't mind driving it around for a few hours so that she could "pick his brain," seeing as Andrew is the very "demographic" that her client is after for this car. Because so many suburban seventeen-year-olds can afford brand-new silver SUV truck things? Lynette starts reminiscing about how crazy it is that Andrew's of driving age, what with it seeming like just yesterday that he was ten and she was paying him a dollar to rake leaves. Andrew: "Yeah, you were pretty cheap." Lynette looks a little stung by that comment, but she still forges ahead with a little speech about how saddened she is by Andrew's problems with Bree, and how disturbed she is that all that abuse went down without anyone's ever knowing about it: "So if there's anything I can do to help you..." Andrew: "Well, can you get a discount on one of these?" The "uh oh" music starts to swell, and Lynette mentions that even with her perk of a discount, the price is still probably out of the range of a high-schooler. But then, why would the carmakers be trying to target his demogr--- oh, Lynette, you're a sly one. This is all an elaborate trap! Andrew: "Well, if you tell my lawyer the truth, I don't think money's going to be a problem." Andrew is an idiot.
Susan answers her door, and a grim-looking Edie and Karl are there, ready to discuss Susan and Karl's "little deception." Inside, Edie delivers a well-prepared speech to the effect that what she's really upset about is Susan and Karl's lack of faith in her: "I mean, having Susan get married for the insurance was my idea. And if I'd known everything had gotten screwed up, of course I would have agreed." Though, come to think of it, it's kind of weird that Edie never got wind of the arranged marriage falling through, seeing as the guy she'd lined up for the cause was her friend? But, more importantly: Susan? Are you listening? Lying doesn't pay. Karl and Susan apologize, and agree that they "behaved like naughty, stupid children." Edie totally agrees. And what do naughty children get? That's right: punished. Karl's punishment is that he has to pay for an "elaborate wedding." Karl: "Anything, baby...how elaborate?" Edie: "Figure out exactly what it is that you can afford, and then triple it." Ha! But wait, wasn't Karl's lack of funds the very reason he had to marry Susan in the first place? Meanwhile, Susan's punishment is she has to bartend at tonight's engagement party: "Oh and, make sure you come in through the back door."