Bree comes home to find a disheveled Orson, with his shirt all unbuttoned. She asks if he's all right, and what happened to his shirt. He tells her to ask the friend she hired to assault him. She is shocked he was assaulted. He says the guy grabbed him, threw him to the ground, and told him to "let go." He says her message came through loud and clear, but she says she had nothing to do with it. He asks who else would have done it, and she says she doesn't know, but she swears she'd never hire someone to attack him. He believes her. He says he should have known he could never hurt her. Then he picks up his suitcase and says he'll stay. He says once he's unpacked, he'll bring the shirt so she can mend it. She's all, "What?!"
Ana's sitting on the front porch in skimpy shorts, when Gaby and Carlos head to the store. She says she'll sweep the porch while they're gone, and Gaby asks her to make sure Juanita and Celia do their chores, too. She says she will, then she looks down the street, where the three Scavo boys are playing ball. Carlos and Gaby return home with the groceries. Gaby heads in and cannot believe how clean the house is. She asks how Ana got everything done so quickly, but on cue, the Scavo boys run down and ask if there's anything else she needs done. Ana explains they wanted to hang out, but she had chores to do, so they volunteered. Gaby thanks the boys and asks them to go home and take a cold shower. Juanita tells Gaby how cool it was that Ana got the boys to do her chores, too. She asks her mom if she can teach her to make boys do stuff. Gaby sends Juanita to her room until she's 18.
Ana asks Gaby if something's wrong, and she says the whole point of chores is to do them yourself, not to bat your eyes and call "Rent a Horny Kid." Ana wonders why Gaby cares how the house got clean. Gaby says she cares about the message it sends to her daughters, and about Ana's tone. Ana gets even snottier, and says, "Oh, I'm sorry. How do you like your housekeepers to speak to you?" Gaby laughs. She tells Ana she wants her to be part of the family, but in exchange she needs to show them respect and obey their rules. She says that means doing her own chores, no boys in the house, and no gifts from men. Ana glares and says she gets it now: Gaby's jealous because she's not young anymore and can't get guys to do things for her. Gaby tells Ana if she makes one more statement like that, she's throwing her out on the street. Ana storms out.