Oak Ridge Elementary. Susan catches up to a teacher named Colleen, and asks how MJ's doing in her math class. Colleen says he's doing such a job, which Susan says is what she gives to parents all the time if she thinks their kid is driftwood. Colleen says he's doing great, so Susan asks why he's a giraffe then, if they're slow? Colleen says she doesn't know that, but Susan says she does now, since Gaby broke the code. Colleen tries to leave, but Susan follows and yells, "Giraffes are the slow learners, and you know it!" A parent nearby hears it and immediately tells everyone she knows, even though Colleen tries to stop her. Susan gives the whole hierarchy to the parents: leopards, chipmunks, giraffes, then snottily tells Colleen that MJ is leopard. "Get used to it!"
Hodges. Bree opens the door, and Orson questions it. She sweetly says she thought fresh air would be nice, but he wants it closed. She says she needs the fresh air, but Orson doesn't care and wants it closed. Bree says she knows he's angry at the world right now and she's going to help him through this, but all she asks is that he treat her with courtesy including the word "please." He asks what's with the sudden interest in etiquette, since he doesn't recall her asking him "please" before she cheated on him. She says the door's staying open, and he says he wants it closed. Bree: "No. You stink." Orson: "And you're a whore. Here's the difference: I can get clean." She agrees and takes him outside. She squirts him with dish soap and then hoses him off as he asks her over and over to stop. She says all he has to do to get her to stop is to say please. She mocks and annoys me and Orson until he finally begs her to please stop. Then he continues, "Please roll me over, please help me to the toilet, please, please!" He says that's his life now, asking her please for everything. He wakes up an hour and a half before her every day and thinks about how great it would be to get up, walk downstairs, and make himself tea without having to say please. She looks sad, walks to him, and tells him she's sorry. "Forgive me. Please." I hope the show doesn't expect us to believe that undoes everything they've done to each other, because they are some hateful, evil people. Commercials. I don't know if it's because I have been worn down by the constant ads, but I actually want to see The Deep End.