Hodges. Bree gives Orson waffles and says he'll have to let the physical therapist in today, since she'll be out running errands. He scoffs at the waffles since there are no strawberries, so she gives him some. But he also needs whipped cream. She takes the plate and berries, and mixes it all up nicely. But before giving the yummy-looking strawberry waffles to him, she tells him to say please, because she's happy to do whatever he asks but she won't be treated like a slave. He refuses, so she takes a bite and tells him how good it is. He tells her he'll shove the fork up her ass if she doesn't give them to her. She puts them on a too-high shelf and leaves.
Oak Ridge Elementary. Gaby's grilling Principal Hobson, but he says she knows the policy is not to tell parents what the groups mean. She asks him to blink when she mentions the group, then says leopard. He says this irrational behavior is why they don't tell parents. Gaby: "What is the big deal? I just need to know if my daughter's going to succeed in life." Hobson: "She's seven." (Someone telling a parent their child is seven is a recurring theme on shows I recap this week, apparently.) He tells her to stop prying and be proud of her no matter what. Gaby says she is, and that she doesn't pry. Then she finds Juanita with some new friends in the hall. The girls just happen to be a chipmunk and a giraffe, so Gaby asks to take their picture. She asks them to hold up their math homework while she takes it, and she really only takes a picture of the math. She says she has the picture, and one girl says she wasn't smiling. Gaby: "Yeah, well, it's a tough world out there. Not much to smile about." She leaves, and the girl tells Juanita her mom's weird, to which Juanita replies, "You have no idea." Hee.
Hodges. Orson hears the doorbell ring, and a light bulb goes off above his head. The physical therapist lets herself in, and he's on the floor calling for her help. She's concerned, of course, and he tells her he was trying to get the waffles when he fell out of his chair. She asks what they were doing up there, and then we cut to Bree responding to the physical therapist's later accusations: "Starving him?! That's ridiculous!" Bree tells her she would have had to be there for the waffles-on-the-shelf incident. Orson meekly says, "Could someone please get me a piece of bread?" Bree yells at him, and he says, "Please hit me in the leg this time. There's no feeling there." The physical therapist asks to speak to Bree privately. Bree says she would never hit him, and the therapist believes her but says withholding food is a problem. Bree says he wouldn't say please, and has been impossible lately. Physical therapist says he's facing life in a wheelchair, so she's going to have to learn to be more patient or the physical therapist is going to report it. Then she tells Bree to give him a bath, since physical therapy shouldn't require gloves.