Andrew's selling his crappy old car to Gaby. He's sad to sell it, but with his new sports car coming, he has no need. Carlos asks Gaby how it looks, and she tells him to be glad he's blind. Andrew asks if they have a sale, but Gaby's not so sure. She tries to play like the rich couple who bought her car: "We like it, but we don't love it." Andrew's like, duh! No one loves this car. They buy it for the price. Speaking of price, she asks him to drop it because of all of the dents. He says there's much more wrong with it than that: missing three hubcaps and a hanger for an antenna. "Full disclosure: Piece of crap. You want it or not?" She says that since she's dear friends with his mom, if he knocks off $300, she'll take it. He says that since she's dear friends with his mom, he'll resist the urge to flip her off. Gaby gets tough and says they're walking if he doesn't lower the price. He calls her bluff, and she tries to walk away, but ends up turning back and asking for $200 off. Then $100. Then all she asks for is for him to wash it, and he says he'll empty the ashtray. Nice negotiating, Gaby.
Orson's playing checkers with Benjy, and Benjy's winning. Orson's being very cute with him, all "Curse you and your diabolical checkers prowess," which gets big smiles from Benjy. Bree comes in and ruins it, as usual, asking Orson not to overexcite him on the upholstery. She then asks Danielle what she'd like as a side dish for her welcome-home party, to go with the beef tenderloin. Danielle informs her that none of them -- not even Benjamin -- eats meat; they're vegetarians. They have been ever since Danielle "realized that meat was a by-product of murder." Bree wonders if Danielle would be okay with it if Bree bought suicidal meat products. Orson tries to stop Bree, saying it's no big deal; he'll just make risotto. Bree says it's not about dinner; it's about Danielle's "nutty liberal politics" getting in the way of Benjamin's nutrition. Danielle says he gets all of his protein from beans and cheese and tofu. Bree says there are other things at stake here: Does Danielle want him to be teased at school when he pulls tofu out of his lunch box? Leo says that's not an issue because Danielle's home-schooling him. Bree's not pleased that Danielle's straight-C average is supposed to substitute for a proper school. Danielle points out he's reading way ahead for his age (he's six) -- at the third-grade level. Bree asks what happens next year when he overtakes Danielle. Orson reminds Bree: "Best behavior." But Bree being Bree cannot just sit by while Danielle makes parenting decisions, or, as Bree puts it, "while she degrades his body and his mind." Orson sighs. Danielle says she doesn't care what Bree says, because Danielle's his mother and Bree has no say in how he's raised anymore. As she walks out of the room she tells Bree to mark her calendar for Benjamin's bar mitzvah in seven years. Bree's at her wit's end. She looks at Benjy, who gives her the cutest little shrug of his shoulders, like, "What's a kid to do?"