Gaby and Carlos are standing on their porch waiting for their teenager to arrive. He asks if she's nervous, and she says she's not, but she is sedated. He's also freaked out, but says they're doing the right thing. Gaby agrees, especially when she thinks about everything that girl's been through: Her mom moved out, her dad's in jail, she's been bounced around from relative to relative. Gaby hopes this is the end of the road for her. Juanita says a taxi's coming, and Carlos wonders if she'll remember him, since she hasn't seen him since she was six. He used to spend a lot of time with her and her dad. He remembers taking her on the swings, buying her ice cream, giving her piggy-back rides. A totally grown-up girl in a skimpy outfit gets out of the cab, and Carlos says he doesn't remember that.
Karl can't believe Bree told Orson about the divorce, but she says Orson found the storage unit and she was in such a state of shock she didn't know what else to say. Karl says this isn't good, and Bree says he has no idea, since Orson is threatening to report her for filing a false insurance claim. She says Orson filed it, but is going to say that she told him to. She says she told Orson she doesn't love him, but he wants to work on their marriage. Karl says that the man is clearly a little crazy. Bree: "A little? The man put chives in my Parisian salad! He should be in a straitjacket!" Karl asks her to calm down, since this isn't the end of the world. She thinks it actually might be. Karl puts his hand on Bree's shoulder and tells her not to worry; they'll think of something. She says Orson's holding all the cards, but he says no one ever holds all the cards.
Lynette's brushing her hair in her bathroom when she seems to feel some sort of pain. She puts her hand to her face, breathes heavily, and moves slowly. Then Tom calls for her to get downstairs, so she does. He tells her that the university called, and he's in. She asks if he passed, and he says he scored in the top five percent, while drunk out of his mind. Then he tells the kids he is not condoning that, ever. The kids all congratulate him, but Porter adds that if they see each other on campus, Porter's not allowed to talk to him. Tom says this calls for hot fudge sundaes, so everyone heads to the car. Lynette has to make a quick phone call first. She calls her doctor and tells him she needs to come in, because she thinks the cancer's back.