Come on down to Comaville! Carlos holds his mother's hand and looks sad. Gabrielle does her nails. She tells Carlos he should go home and eat something, and rest and answer his messages. "I need to be here if she wakes up," Carlos says. Gabrielle examines her nails and offers to stay. "What if she dies?" Carlos wonders, pointing out that people fall into comas and stay in them all the damn time. "Don't say that! You need to stay positive," Gabrielle says, biting a cuticle. Enter Miguel, with a rose and looking mega-guilty. Dude, Miguel. Sweetie, you can do better than Gabrielle. Miguel gives Carlos a very heartfelt apology, and they hug. For like a really long time. Gabrielle looks alarmed. Please God, let Carlos and Miguel have an affair. Please God, let Carlos and Miguel have an affair. Carlos announces that he's going down to the chapel to pray. Gabrielle doesn't want to go, so she offers to "stay with mama." Miguel asks if he can come. "Of course," Carlos says. "We need all the prayers we can get." The men head off to pray. They just miss a nurse, who comes in to give Mama Solis her sponge bath...unless Gabrielle would like to do it herself? Gabrielle will pass.
Casa Kravitz. Mrs. Kravitz is packing. Sister, where you're going, you don't need any luggage. Enter Edie. They have a spat about an alleged forty bucks that Mrs. Kravitz allegedly stole from Edie's bag. Or something --- I am very distracted by Nicolette Sheridan's sternum. Mrs. Kravitz suggests that if Edie is missing money, she should ask "one of those strange men [she's] always parading through [Mrs. Kravitz's house] at all hours." Edie snaps that she won't apologize for her healthy sex life. "'Healthy'?" snits Mrs. Kravitz snits. "I have to burn every sheet you've touched." Edie just wants her money. "And I want those non-fat peach yogurts," Mrs. Kravitz retorts. "They didn't just walk out of the fridge by themselves." Edie says Mrs. Kravitz can deduct it from the forty bucks she owes Edie. And she knows Mrs. Kravitz has financial problems: "I can hear you bitching on the phone to your bank." What does one say to the bank in that case? "Hello, Bank? May I please have some more money in my account? Thank you!" Mrs. Kravitz works herself into a righteous lather and snaps that she can put up with Edie's debauchery and food theft, but she simply can not tolerate spying! And so she kicks Edie out of the house: "I'm leaving tomorrow to visit my sister for a few days. I want you gone by the time I get back." Edie responds that she will leave right now, and storms out! As soon as she's gone, Mrs. Kravitz takes two twenties out of her bra and sneaks them into her purse.