Orson calls someone (bank? accountant?) to find out how much Andrew makes. The guy would be happy to give him the information -- since Orson says he's Bree's business partner -- if he can provide the password. He cannot. The guy even helps him out, saying it's the name of Bree's childhood pet. Orson guesses every stereotypical dog name in the book, from Fluffy to Marmaduke, but he clearly doesn't know it. Orson would like the guy to ask him a different question: her date of birth, Social Security number, or her real hair color. ("Trust me. It's not what you think it is.") But the guy hangs up.
Lynette comes home, and all the kids are sitting around the kitchen table. She says if they're waiting for dinner, it will be a while. One of the twins tells her they're there because Tom called a family meeting. Lynette tells them she knows what it's about: Tom must have decided to close the restaurant, so she needs them all to be very supportive of him, okay? He walks in right then and Penny blurts out that she loves him. Lynette says, "Not yet." He tells them he'd like to talk about the pizzeria, and Lynette tells him they all support him 100 percent. He says that's good to know, because he just had to let all of their employees go, so now the kids have to be his new wait staff. Everyone looks shocked, and they all look at Lynette like, "The hell?" Parker says no way, and Tom tells them if they do this, Scavo's could start making a profit again. Penny says she's nine, so she's not sure this is even legal. Tom tells her "Happy Birthday," because she's fifteen now. Lynette gets up and they huddle with their backs to the kids. She says she thought he was ready to close the place after their talk, but he says he's not ready. I love the way this scene is shot, because it's a tight close-up on Tom and Lynette, focused on them. But in between their faces are Parker, Porter and Preston, out of focus, but all totally staring at Tom and Lynette. They want to know what their futures hold; is it pizza? Anyway, she tries to talk him out of it, but he reminds her she said she'd support him 100 percent. She says, "That doesn't sound like me." Heh. No, it doesn't, but you did say it. She agrees to go along with it, and goes back to the table and tells the kids that they're all going to support Tom. The kids grumble, and one of the twins tells Lynette that they'll be putting Tom and Lynette in a cheap nursing home 30 years from now when they're old and feeble.
Gaby shows up at her jeweler, who has her bracelet ready. She tells him she can't afford it now, unless he can give her a good price. By "good," she suggests that he give it to her and call his insurance and say it was stolen. He looks like he can't decide if she's serious, and I can't either, but then she says she didn't think so, so I think she actually was. He apologizes and suggests something less expensive, but she sees Brad walk by outside and excuses herself. She goes outside and watches Brad get into a car with a blonde (Maria is very brunette) and start making out with her. She stands there in shock, and he looks up and sees her there. He drives away with panic written all over his face.