Bree's toasting having all of her family (and Katherine, Mrs. McCluskey, Edie, and Creepy Dave, apparently) under one roof. Everyone toasts, and then Benjamin says he's not feeling well. Bree jumps up, saying she'll take him to the "powder room" (only Bree would say "powder room" to a six-year-old), but they don't make it. He throws up right in the dining room. Bree tries to get Danielle to take Benjamin out of the room quickly, but she sees the meat in the vomit before she's ushered out. Thankfully we don't have to see the vomit; we get to use our imaginations, but that's pretty easy to do, what with Danielle talking about it and others waving their noses as if the smell is less than pleasant. Bree tries to pretend it's not meat, so Danielle has to get Benjamin to tell her what he ate. He says he wasn't supposed to tell, and Danielle's had enough. Bree says he liked the hot dog so much he asked for another, but she can now see the second one was a mistake. Danielle says they're leaving, apologizing to Orson that Bree's made it impossible for them to stay. Katherine and Mrs. M think it's still okay to drink though, even if they can't eat the mushroom risotto, an unfortunate coincidence in light of the vomit on the floor.
Orson's doing dishes when Bree comes in and tells him Danielle and her family are leaving in the morning. Orson's not speaking to her, and she says he shouldn't be mad at her because Danielle is just mad now, but it will be better next time. Orson asks if she honestly believes there will be a next time, since it took them three years to get them to come this time. But it took Bree only one day to ruin it. She apologizes, but can't stand to watch Danielle making mistakes. He says what's hard for him is that Benjamin, who called him "Daddy" when he left for prison, was gone when he returned. Bree doesn't understand how Orson can blame her for this, but he says she didn't fight hard enough to keep Benjy. She points out that Danielle is his mother. Which is true. The point is really that Bree needs to realize she's the grandma and therefore cannot control Benjy's life. If she could be a grandma, they wouldn't have these problems, but she's trying to mother both Danielle and Benjy. And, as much as Danielle is a brat, she is an adult with a child now, and Bree needs to respect that. But Orson doesn't agree with that; he seems to be more upset that Bree let Benjy go in the first place. But, yeah, Orson, she had no choice. Legally or otherwise.