Next thing we know we're in a law office where Susan and Mike are signing divorce papers. Susan's having second thoughts, and Mike can't believe this, considering she's the one who called the lawyer. Susan knows the accident is the only problem in their relationship, and thinks they can get back to how it was before that. I HATE that she says, "We were Mike and Susan, remember?" Because "Mike and Susan" really means nothing. It's not like they're freaking Ross and Rachel. Or even Brian and Justin. Mike and Susan could be any couple on any street in any town in the country. Anyway, Mike thinks the way to make things right is to sign, so he does and walks out. Susan arrives home afterwards, and Jackson's painting. They make small talk about paint, then she offers him scotch. Next thing we know, they're in bed together after having sex. He tells her he doesn't want anything from her other than the sex. She thinks that's a fantastic idea, and he can't believe it. He's like, "Um, hello? Have you met me? I'm super hot?" Or maybe it was me who said that. Oh, and we find out Jackson has a dog, but considering how kids come and go on this show, I'm thinking that a dog will never be seen or heard from again. Susan does want one thing from Jackson, though: Call her "Susan" next time they have sex instead of "Mrs. Meyer." Ha! And weird.
Back in the present, Jackson wants to know if Susan heard him about moving in. She did, but she's not thrilled. He's all cheesy romantic, saying he's never felt like this before. But since Susan has felt this way (she's been married a time or two already, after all), she says no. She doesn't know why he'd want to change everything, and he says it's because he loves her. Right then, she answers the door and welcomes Gaby and Carlos to the party. See how it's awkward for both couples right before they greet? That's going to be a theme.
Speaking of themes, here's another mirror: Lynette's preparing for the party by checking for gray hairs. She wants Penny to come inside before the party, but Penny's sitting in Tom's convertible. Penny's out there because she's afraid her dad's going to die, since Porter and Preston were fighting over who would get Tom's car when he dies. Lynette assures her Tom's okay. But as soon as Penny goes inside, Lynette drifts into her memory of showing up at the hospital after Tom had received a massive shock while working on an electrical panel at the restaurant, stopping his heart. Tom's okay (obviously, since we know he's alive in the present), but when he wakes up in the hospital, he tells Lynette he doesn't want to die just a pizza shop owner on the floor of his restaurant. He wants more, and she agrees they can find more. But she's probably just placating him.