Bree is making bruschetta toasts while talking to Hempy on the phone: she wants him to avoid any mention of his sex addiction during dinner with the kids. (Hey! Bree has the same IKEA filing boxes I just bought for my new apartment! That's a good sign, right? About how Bree and I are twins?) Hempy is willing to keep things on the low down, but he is reluctant to out-and-out lie to Danielle and Andrew. Just then, Andrew comes home, and Bree starts fake-talking -- "Yeah! Uh huh. Good point!" -- and it's super-obvious that she's trying to avoid saying something in front of Andrew. He heads upstairs, and Bree whispers into the phone that it's okay if Hempy talks about the AA half of his struggles with addiction, since both her kids know that's the way they met, but that she wants him to avoid talk of the "other thing," so that the kids can "focus on [Hempy's] good qualities" while they're all still in the getting-to-know-you phase: "I just don't know how they'll react if they find out that you're a sex addict." Upstairs, Andrew -- who is, of course, listening in on another extension -- smiles knowingly.
Later, Andrew sits out in front of the house, waiting for Danielle to get home from school. She asks him what he's so happy about, and she gives his head a sisterly shove. Andrew: "You know how you were mad at Mom for not letting Matt come to dinner? I just figured out the funniest way for you to get back at her."
Ed rushes into the conference room and informs Tom that he doesn't have time for the full Boston Toy Company pitch, a pitch that Tom has clearly spent hours and hours preparing. Ed tells him, "Just give me the gist." Tom is thrown, but he recovers quickly: "Okay, basically, it's 'toys are fun.'" Ed, without hesitating: "I hate it." Ed stands to leave, and tells Tom that he'll be needing to take over the account. Tom starts to complain, but Lynette holds him back. Ed then informs them all that he's hired a forensic accountant to come in and take a look at everyone's expense reports. And if the guy finds "one receipt, one bar tab that's fishy? That's grounds for dismissal." Oh and the guy is starting with Tom's reports.