In the kitchen, Lynette is skeptical that Tom had a good reason for hiring back "Joe Bonghit." Tom explains that the waitresses pointed out that Austin is hot, so teenagers will come just to see him in action, and will also buy food. In addition, Tom worked out a deal with Edie to give menus to her clients, and that Edie won't agree unless Austin works there. Lynette realizes that Tom has a brain after all, and Tom points out that Lynette may be the manager, but that he's the boss. Like Tony Danza! Lynette kind of glosses over that, but Tom explains that at home he "checks [his] balls at the door," which works for them, but at work, he needs to be the big man. I disagree with their relationship on so many levels. So then Tom and Lynette stage a fight in front of the staff where Tom tells her off and she meekly agrees. So disturbing. And also, such a retread of, oh, every Tom and Lynette storyline for the past three years.
Gabby and Luke eat dinner in her home. You know Gabby had that shit catered, because she definitely did not cook. Gabby tries once again to make sexual references that fly right over Luke's head. There's a knock at the door, and it's a guy with some important paperwork for Luke. Gabby leaves to open more wine while Luke checks out the documents, which turn out to be a note from Zana that reads, "Gabrielle is mine sleep with her and you're FIRED! Leave, but don't make it obvious." He managed to get the comma right after "leave," but had a run-on in the beginning? Lame. Zana should spend some of that money of his on an English class. Luke tells the delivery guy that he understands.
Jane's memorial service, still, some more. The officiant invites friends and family to share memories of Jane, and Lynn runs right up there. Lynn totally blow Susan's spot regarding dating Ian, and Susan tries to sneak out, but being Susan, it's all slapsticky, and everyone notices.
Back at Gabby's, Luke shovels the food into his mouth so that he can make a quick exit. Gabby thinks he's just in a rush to get her into bed. Luke gets up to leave, claiming that he's got work to do. Gabby tries to entice him into staying, but Luke knows who butters his bread, and beats feet. Gabby starts making out with Luke, so Zana calls from his stalker position outside and tells Luke to get out. Luke tears himself away, and Gabby yells at him. Luke says what Zana told him to say: "I really only date women in their twenties. I'm sorry. You're too old for me." Gabby tosses him out, giving him a boot in the ass for good measure. Good for her.