Lynette's taking some trash out and sees the full, uncooked pizzas in the dumpster. Uh-oh. She looks mad. Inside, Bree's signing a book as she basically guarantees her book will keep mother-in-laws from complaining about your cooking. Lynette comes and grabs her and takes her out back. I don't know why Bree got all the way out back before knowing what they were doing, but she did. Lynette wants an explanation for the wasteful pizzas in the trash and Bree says she wasn't comfortable with her recipes being made with substandard ingredients. They bicker about ingredients, pizza and money (Bree will reimburse Lynette for throwing out the pizzas, and Lynette says that's Bree lording her money over everyone). Lynette, who told Bree how proud she was of Bree's hard work and success earlier this season now says Bree's success is just because she "caught a couple of breaks." She says Bree just got lucky, and Bree says we create our own luck and Lynette tends to cut corners. She can teach Lynette to pay more attention to detail. This pisses Lynette off, which she makes clear sarcastically, of course, by crowing about her opportunity to learn from the great Bree Hodge. Bree says she's not the one who needed the money to keep her business afloat, and Lynette says that no, she's just the one who won't let her forget it. I really think Lynette's the one not letting anyone forget it. Bree would have probably been perfectly happy as a silent partner, but Lynette threw this party in her honor, etc. Or I could be wrong, of course; we all know Bree's controlling. Lynette's leaving, and Bree says she doesn't know why she's so upset. Lynette says she knows she doesn't, but five years ago she would have. And then she backs into Bree's shiny new car. Lynette goes from mad to sad in an instant, saying, "You know that was an accident, right?"
Gaby's tailor is there as she comes out of her closet all dolled up and amazing-looking. That is a dress, and not a dress from... however many years ago we're supposed to believe Carlos and Gaby got engaged. Jean tells Gaby she's back, just like she was before. Gaby says she thinks she's changed a little bit, but Jean says not that she can see. She turns to leave, but Gaby hugs her and tells her how much she's appreciated her all these years. Jean's clearly shocked, because this isn't the old, rich Gaby.