Mike shows up at Susan's, because he was apparently summoned. She's annoyed Mike's using Katherine to raise their kid. Mike doesn't see what the big deal is since he has to work and Katherine has some free time. He says it's better for everyone, but Susan says it's not better for her, especially since she wasn't told about it. So he tells her that he has to work Friday, so Katherine will pick MJ up from school. Susan says no. Mike reminds her that he has custody on Fridays, but she reminds him that she agreed to custody so that MJ could spend time with his father. Mike asks if Susan has a problem with Katherine. Susan doesn't, of course, but she's not the one who took Susan to court to hammer out this agreement. If Mike would like, Susan will go back to court and the judge can explain the difference between Mike and his girlfriend. MJ comes in and asks if they're fighting. Susan says they're not; they're just trying to figure out what's best for MJ. Mike obviously is thinking what we all think: Susan is only thinking about she wants, not what's best for anyone -- MJ included.
Orson comes in as Bree's arranging flowers and blurts, "Andrew makes twice as much as me?!" Bree asks who told him that, and he says a little bird. Or a little dog named Munchy. She tells him he's shameful for asking the names of her pets that way. He thinks what she's paying Andrew is shameful. She says Andrew's been with her since she launched the company and he knows every aspect of the business and deserves what he's making. Orson says he's her husband, for crying out loud, and she says, "Yes, Orson, we're all perfectly aware of how you got the job." Ouch. Then he says he's more educated than any of them, since he went to grad school and is a dentist. She says he was a dentist, but now he's in the catering business, where he's paid fairly based on his expertise and contribution (such as: reading email while Bree cooks for 200). He says this isn't about money, but about value (um, what?! How can he pretend this isn't about money?), and he's saying he's worthless. She says, "No. I'm just saying you're worth less." Then she apologizes and says she's just being honest. He says that's fine, but since they're being honest, Munchy didn't go to a farm; that's what parents tell their kids when they've just had their pets gassed.