Gaby's putting some sort of cloth on Celia's forehead when Carlos comes in and says the doctors want to keep Celia overnight for observation, just as a precaution. He tells her they really lucked out, but Gaby says it wasn't luck; it was God. Carlos says no, it was Lynette, but Gaby says Lynette was just his instrument. He says God saved Celia because she's special, and has a gift. Gaby's just not sure what the gift is yet. But she knows Celia will do something amazing. Carlos tells her to figure it out while he's in the cafeteria. Mary Alice says Gaby began to think of ways Celia could shine: music, sports, arts. But she's bad at all of it. Gaby falls asleep next to Celia, as she wonders what would happen if Celia were destined to be a great actress. [Because, hey, why not? - Zach]
In her dream, she takes Celia to a commercial audition, in which she perfectly plays the role of Stage Mom, to the point that, when the commercial director can't get Celia to cry for the bandage commercial and tells them "thanks but no thanks," Gaby tells her that Carlos fell down and hurt himself and might not make it. No tears, so Gaby adds that he landed on Celia's hamster, and Mr. McFuzz is dead. Celia cries, and Gaby tells the cameras to start rolling. In the future, a gray-haired Carlos tries to sneak a teenage Celia to summer camp, but Gaby catches them and puts a stop to it so that Celia can go to auditions. Carlos asks Celia to wait in the car and tells Gaby Celia stinks and is just doing this to please Gaby. But Gaby says God saved her for this, and no God would save a kid just to have a normal life. Then Carlos says he'll leave if Gaby doesn't stop what she's doing.