Katherine's planting marigolds in a pot when Mrs. McCluskey asks what she dug up on "Mr. X." Katherine says it's hard because when she searches for "Dave Williams," she gets a million hits. She needs more information: Where was he born? Where did he go to school? Did he serve time in the military? Mrs. McCluskey says if he served time it was in the state pen (she's probably closer than Katherine's shocked look gives her credit for). Just then Creepy Dave rides by on his bicycle in shorts, a polo shirt, and a backwards golf cap (he's sure dressing the part of Wisteria Lane, isn't he?). Katherine calls out and thanks him for fixing her sprinkler system, which she'd never been able to fix. He understands completely, because to program one of those, you'd need an engineering degree. Mrs. McCluskey pipes up, "Oh, yeah? You got one of those?" Katherine just thanks him again and waves him off. She then tells Mrs. McCluskey she can't go through with this because he seems so nice. Mrs. McCluskey says that doesn't comfort her given Katherine's record with men. Mrs. McCluskey says she can feel it in her bones, and can't live with the thought of Edie waking up every day next to him. Katherine's in, but she says no one better find out they're doing this. Mrs. McCluskey says no one will know, but she knows he's up to something.
Dave ends his bike ride at Tom and Lynette's, where Tom's out front cleaning out the garage. They make small talk about Creepy Dave's big, new flat screen (Tom has TV envy). Creepy Dave invites Tom over the "playoffs." Tom can't because he has to clean the garage. Creepy Dave says that's no problem because the game starts in a couple hours. Lynette comes out then and calls Tom out for having unopened mountain climbing equipment from the '80s in his "stuff I need" pile, emasculating him in front of Creepy Dave by saying he gets winded climbing out of the tub, so won't ever climb a mountain. She adds that he'll never learn German, make his own beer, or have eight-minute abs -- as she pulls the equipment for all of these things out of his "need" pile. She tells him to toss the Abtastic and everything else, until their two-car garage can hold at least one car. She goes inside, and Creepy Dave tells Tom he cannot get rid of his bass. Tom's sure he will, because being in a band is just another thing that he'll never do. He tells Creepy Dave that he misses Mike, because they used to get together and jam. Creepy Dave plays the drums and would love to jam with Tom sometime -- maybe even later today. Tom asks him to give him a couple hours so he can stash some old Playboys. A couple hours? I'm thinking "stash" might be a euphemism, then. Also, what about the playoffs, which are also in a couple hours? Are we to believe Creepy Dave just wanted a reason to hang out with Tom, and really wasn't interested in the game at all? Anyway, Creepy Dave bikes away, and gives an ominously cheerful wave to Mrs. McCluskey, who doesn't even pretend to hide her disgust and suspicion.