So the police start going door to door, interviewing neighbors about Mrs. Kravitz. Paul, MAVO explains, began to realize that, eventually, people are going to start figuring things out. So he decides to go back to where he buried the body -- idiot -- and he digs it up -- idiot -- and steals Mrs. Kravitz's ring and bracelet -- idiot -- and then plants them in Mike's garage. Idiot. That last one was for Mike, for not locking his garage, even with all the guns and cash hidden in his house.
Casa Boobs. Claire clears the breakfast table, and Gay Matt can't stop looking at her breasts. Dude, did you learn nothing from Seinfeld? Cleavage is like the sun! You sneak a peak, and then you LOOK AWAY. Anyway, at least Gay Matt realizes that he can't take his eyes off the boobs, and he and Lynette exchange a long look. She sort of smiles, like, "told you." Gay Matt kind of nods. "Um, Claire?" he says. "We have to make some changes." Poor Claire. Fired for no sins of her own, other than her rockin' rack.
What's that? You'd like to know what KimberBree is up to? Why, she's packing up Rex's things, so that he'll be able to leave swiftly when it's time for him to go. ["I have to say, her incredibly tidy, beautifully organized, Ikea storage box-filled garage gives me a boner. KimberBree, forget George and marry me!" -- Wing Chun] Andrew comes up next to her and...offers to help? Who is this boy? He tells her that he spoke to Rex, and Rex told him that he did have an affair. KimberBree is sorry he had to know this about his father, but Andrew tells her that he's glad to know the truth. She looks sad, and explains that there comes a point in every boy's life when he finds out that his Dad is "only human." Andrew asks why she's taking care of him: "Is it because of what Danielle and I said? Because I'll help you take his stuff out to the street if you want." KimberBree explains that she's taking care of Rex because it's "the right thing to do." Andrew wonders why she has to be such a pushover: "He cheated on you! He's a jerk!" KimberBree tells him sharply to cut it out: "I am angry with him. I am going to divorce him. I may even marry someone else. But make no mistake about it. Your father is and always will be the love of my life. He gave me the best eighteen-year marriage that I could have ever hoped for. And for that you will respect him." Andrew nods and agrees. He puts his arms around his mother and they walk back to the house like that. He rubs her back. Aw, maybe that drunk-driving brathole is turning over a new leaf. We pan over and see that Rex has overheard all of this. Is it wrong that I am kind of rooting for those two crazy kids to patch it up?