Previously: Katherine got out of the nuthouse. Bree wanted things to work out with Orson. Gaby and Carlos realized the Bolens were up to something. And Susan adopted a stripper. Now, it's time for Robin the Stripper's big debut in the neighborhood, so she's of course putting on her reddest stripper-red lipstick outside Susan's. As she walks down the street, Mary Alice Voices Over that everyone wants to look at Robin Gallagher. We get to see men and boys (Parker!) of all ages gawk as she walks to Gaby's, where Roy gawks. Susan brought Robin to Gaby's party as her plus-one, since Mike had to work. All the guys -- Tom, Carlos, and Orson -- welcome Katherine back to the Lane. Until they abandon her to greet Robin. Which they do, eagerly and all smiles. Lynette, Bree, and Gaby pull Susan aside to lecture her about bringing such a hottie in, and Susan tells them she's unemployed now, since Susan told her to quit her job as a stripper. They don't want the guys to know she's a stripper, but they turn and realize she's already spilled that. MAVO says everyone liked to look at Robin (the guys), but not everyone liked what they saw (the ladies). Title card.
Later, in the kitchen, all the ladies are lecturing Susan some more. Susan says they're not even taking the time to get to know her, and Gaby replies, "Our husbands are in there pooling their dollar bills. What more do we need to know?" To be fair to Robin, that's really more of a husband problem than a stripper problem. Just then, Katherine comes in and says she met Robin, who seems great. Bree asks if she mentioned she was a stripper, and Katherine duhs, "Did she have to?" Susan says she's trying to help her get back on her feet, and if anyone should be worried, it should be her, since she's living in her house. And she's not worried. Katherine thinks they should give her a chance, and Bree agrees, since she's probably had a hard life. Lynette doesn't want a stripper next door, since she has teenage boys at home.
That leads it to "Lynette and The Stripper," the first of our five mini-shows this week. It starts with three goofy teenagers showing up to "pick Parker up from school," but they almost trample Lynette running upstairs. Then Lynette and Tom bicker about who's going to fold the laundry, but it was really his way of showing her the ring he got her at an antique store. She's so happy she offers to have sex with him tonight, but Tom thinks they should just do it after the boys leave for school. Which reminds Lynette: Why haven't those boys left yet? She's dumber than us, apparently, because we all know that Lynette will find them peeping at Robin upstairs. Which she does, and they're even using binoculars. Oh, and Robin's showering! Gasp! Lynette, outraged, shows up at Susan's to snottily ask Robin not to take a shower without closing her blinds, since she has a 16-year-old son. Robin says "Oh no," but then laughs, "At least they didn't have to pay a cover charge, right?" Lynette doesn't see the humor in it, and tells Robin how nice this neighborhood is (frequent murder is the neighborhood's biggest problem), and that she has a responsibility to her neighbors, especially the ones with "innocent children." Oh, brother. Robin can't help telling Lynette, at this point, that Parker asked her to have sex with him. Lynette's horrified, "Parker? My Parker? Red hair, still sleeps in a bed shaped like a race car?" Robin says she said no, of course, but then he offered her cash.