Tom sees a young guy at the engagement party, whom he refers to as "Bill Brown." He asks what Bill's doing there, and Bill says he and Jackson are in the same soccer league. Tom introduces Bill as his roommate freshman year of college. Lynette: "Really?!" Tom tells Bill he hasn't aged a day, and Bill says the same to Tom, but Tom says he's a liar, since Bill didn't even recognize him. Lynette would like to go back and make sure she heard correctly: "You guys were classmates... meaning you were in the same class at the same time?" Tom glares at her, and says that's what classmates mean; they're the same age. Bill says he's actually six months older. Lynette says, "You're older?! I'm sorry, I just cannot believe... that they're out of stuffed mushrooms." She takes off. Tom says Lynette's annoying, but right, and would like to know how Bill does it. Bill leans in and asks if Tom really wants to know.
Katherine and Mike present a giant gift to Susan and Jackson. Mike says they can afford to be generous now that he's off the hook for alimony. Susan: "What?" Mike says she's getting remarried so he can stop sending the checks. Susan calls Jackson aside. They pass Creepy Dave and Bree, who's just showing up. Jackson says he thought Susan was too proud to take alimony. She says she was just too proud to admit it, not too proud to take it. Jackson says he can chip in, but Susan needs more than that: mortgage and food and insurance. She can't marry him. He says they'll send him back, but Susan points out the obvious: "It's Canada. Not Iran. It's like America, with free health insurance." She says she knows this is important, but she depends on that check. He gets that, but he can't believe he found a job he loves and he has to give it up. She says she can talk to Mike and see if they can work something out, but she thinks he'll want his gift back.