Orson comes in to work and Andrew tells him he counted the goblets and found they're short by about thirty so he has to run to the supplier and pick up some more. He asks if Orson can hold down the fort for him. Orson says no problem, but I really don't think Orson knows how to do anything here, let alone hold down the fort. Andrew thanks him and, as he leaves, Orson tells him how lucky Bree is to have Andrew here, since it never would have occurred to him to do a recount of the goblets. Andrew tells him that means a lot to him, and thanks him. Orson's compliment seems sincere, but as soon as Andrew leaves, Orson pockets his Mont Blanc.
Mary Alice tells us that it begins just after sunrise: People leave their homes to go work. They do this so they can provide a better life for their families (Susan in a classroom). So they can afford nice things (Carlos in an office). And have a reason to get up in the morning (Tom at Scavo's). And when their exhausting work is done, people come back home again. And some begin counting the days until their next vacation. Creepy Dave goes into his garage and grabs a gun that he's apparently planning on taking on his camping trip, which we won't get to see for several weeks.
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