When we return, Gabby and Carlos are shuffle-running up the street, Encino Holt jogging after them. Just then, Stripper Libby's pothead ex-boyfriend Frank pulls up in his cute royal-blue vintage Jeep-type thing with a white hardtop, nice. Frank, to Encino Holt: "What is the hold-up?" And just at this ripe moment, Julie Mayer walks up to her fence carrying a hose and asks if she can see the baby. Both Carlos and Gabby scream "No!" at her and keep running up the street. Ha! Frank yells at his brother to just "do it already," and Encino Holt whines that he's "not just going to kidnap it." Frank: "Why not? They did! It's your baby, just take it!" At that, Carlos stops walking and gets right up in Encino Holt's face, and the kid, understandably, just wilts. Frank: "Argh, get in, you moron!" Encino Holt, who really does seem to be quite a moron, goes to get into the car with Frank, but only after pausing to tell the Solises what a good job they've been doing with the baby: "She seems clean." Uh oh.
Betty is finishing up a house tour she's giving to a couple of highly motivated buyers. "Once the stairs are repaired," she tells them, "I'll show you the basement." Matthew walks up, all, "???" Betty: "The house just sold. Start packing." I don't care how hot that couple was for a spot on Wisteria Lane; there's no way they'd actually buy the house without first getting a look at the basement. Even less believable is the notion that Betty didn't take care of the whole dungeon/murder scene before she actually started showing the house. But okay.
Down at the make-out gazebo, Danielle is having a meltdown. Matthew can't move away! She LOVES HIM!!! I wonder when that happened? I guess the reason Danielle's been completely absent from the show for lo these many weeks is because she's been off with Matthew, riding horses on the beach and sharing tubs of popcorn and all those other "falling in love" scenarios, including the "oops you've got mustard on your chin" sequence. Anyway, so Danielle is peppering all these panicked questions at Matthew. Why can't Caleb go away to a nuthouse? (Because Betty would never let "strangers take care of him.") Why can't they just call the police and get Caleb removed that way? (Because the police would arrest Matthew and Betty, too.) Matthew tries to calm her down by promising that he'll call her every day. Danielle -- looking very much like Mary from Little House (including the totally lame "blind girl" middle-distance stutter-stare) -- screeches that she doesn't want a "phone buddy," she wants a "BOYFRIEND!!!" Sexy girlfriend! Danielle threatens that she's perfectly capable of going the police on her own, but then she immediately backtracks and whines about how much she loves Matthew, how she's willing to do anything, anything?, ANYTHING to keep Matthew in Fairview. Matthew -- looking like he's finally seeing Danielle for the first time, and he's maybe not liking what he sees: "Yeah, I see that now." Danielle: "You can't leave me alone here. You have to think of something." Matthew, like a robot, tells her not to worry; he'll think of something. And the "I guess it's time for me to start picking out an outfit for Danielle's funeral" music swells!