Then we flash forward, but not far enough forward to be in the present (bear with me here; the timeline's confusing), and Gaby's finding out she's pregnant with Celia. Not happy again. She doesn't know how another "miracle" could happen, and is mad at Carlos for talking her out of using a condom. So she forces him to get a vasectomy. Back in the present, she tells Carlos about her late period as they walk to the party. She's going to talk to Bob at the party, because he's a lawyer, and the vasectomy doctor clearly botched the job, but Carlos talks her out of it by finally admitting he didn't actually have the vasectomy. Ooh! What a shock. I didn't see that coming at all. They show up at Susan's, who opens the door and greets them right as Gaby gets this shocking news from Carlos.
Flashback to another mirror in another home, where Susan's doing her eyebrows when Jackson walks in to get ready for the party. He couldn't find his pants at home, because he can't remember where anything is at his house. Really? You can't remember where you keep your pants at your house? Man, Jackson, you really are just a pretty face, aren't you? Or ... he's lying, because he uses this as a way to tell Susan he'd like to move in, please. She looks shocked, and then looks in the mirror and flashes back to the day she met Jackson. He's apparently auditioning to be her painter, and almost loses the gig when he sits on her bed and is nice to her. Because she's full of herself, she assumes this is his way of coming onto her, but when he tells her off, she decides he can have the job. Reverse psychology! Works every time!