Susan is paying for a cup of coffee at some sort of coffee shoppe (let's call it "Total Drip"). As she turns to leave, she spies Mike coming in the door. Panicked, she plunks herself down at a table full of lunching women. As Susan sits there, trying to casually blend in, the woman all stop talking and stare at her. "Susan?" Mike says. Busted! "Well," Susan says, "talk to you girls later." Mike pulls Susan three inches off to the side. So, Susan and Edie broke into Paul Young's house? Susan wonders who told him and he tells her it came from straight from Edie. Busted again! "Listen, I want you to stay away from that guy," Mike warns. Susan is all, fine with me -- she was planning on avoiding him anyway. With his mission accomplished, Mike takes his leave. Poignant music plays as Susan stares off after him, looking worried and maybe, just maybe, a little warmed by the thought that Mike still feels concern for her?
At the home where Evil Andrew used to appear with some regularity (remember those days?), Bree is arranging some...flowers. Flowers, flowers, flowers! Rex, it appears, has been thinking about The Pharmacist. "George," she corrects him. Whatever. Rex doesn't think Bree should go out with him anymore. But George is Bree's only friend who's interested in "cultural things." Rex insists that George is still in love with Bree; Bree thinks Rex is silly because George really does want to be just friends, which, Rex says, is exactly what someone in love with Bree would say, if it meant he got to spend time with her. Honestly, this scene isn't nearly as boring as it sounds here. For one thing, Bree's face is a veritable lava lamp of smiles and concern and laughter and scoffing. "I saw the way his hands trembled when he touched your shoulder," Rex says. "They did?" Bree says, pleased. Rex: "When we first started dating, the same thing happened to me." Aw. Anyway Rex thinks continuing to see George would only give him false hope. Well Bree certainly doesn't want to hurt him. Rex even thinks it might be a good idea to switch pharmacies. You think, Doctor Rex? YOU THINK? Bree finally gives in, saying, "You know what I'm going to miss most about him? George always has a way of making me feel good about myself." Bree is so very sweet in this scene. "Yeah, he's a terrific guy," Rex sarcasms. Bree says, teasingly, "Honey, do your hands still tremble when they touch me?" and Rex laughs and says, "No! But come on, we've been married eighteen years." "Yes," Bree says grimly, "and you still don't know when to lie." Way to make Bree extra-miss George and his ways of making her feel good about herself, Rex! Rex sighs and shakes out some of George's poison pills.