Later, Gabs and Nee are bonding over multiple bottles of champagne. Renee says that she's not sure if this Tina woman is the first person Doug cheated on her with, because the tabloids always told stories, but she'd forget it when he bought her fancy jewelry. Gaby says she's well rid of him, prompting Renee to say, "You know, I feel like you get me, Gaby. You know why? Because we're both extremely beautiful." Gaby, totally sincere, thanks her for having the courage to say that. Renee says only people who look like them can realize what a burden it is, but Gaby says it's actually pretty awesome. Renee agrees: Sometimes she drives fast just to talk her way out of a ticket. Gaby bent over at the bank and got a point shaved off their mortgage; Carlos calls it Gaby's million-dollar ass. Renee says her boobs earned her $8 million the previous day: She wore a low-cut dress to her hearing and then slept with Doug's lawyer. Renee realizes she shouldn't have told Gaby that because she doesn't know if she can trust her, so she asks her for some dirt. Gaby can't think of anything, but Renee would recognize her plastic surgeried nose anywhere. Gaby protests a bit, then admits it (but, in actuality, Eva Longoria Parker is just that beautiful, right?). She begs Renee not to tell any of the girls (Carlos knows). Renee: "Of course you can trust me. I'm beautiful." Gaby: "It's true." They toast to that, which is hilarious.
At the Scavo home the next morning, Tom gets up and greets his mom and his wife. His mother, Allison, is cooking him breakfast, but Lynette is still not speaking to him. Tom lifts his coffee cup and taps the side of it. Allison rushes to get him coffee. When he hears she made him scrambled eggs, he says he was really hoping for French toast. She says she'll make that right away, then calls him "Rodney." When Tom questions it, she can't believe she said that, but says he looks so much like his father. Paige cries upstairs, and Allison asks her to let her get her; it's what she's here for. Tom asks Lynette what the problem is with his mother being here, since she says she loves her. Lynette says the problem is actually Tom, who acts like a Neanderthal when his mom's around as she's tripping on her apron strings to serve him. Allison comes back and Tom holds up his coffee cup and taps it again. Allison sing-songs, "More coffee. Right away." Lynette whispers to him that if he ever holds his coffee cup up to her, he'll be tapping it with a stump.