Casa S&M. KimberBree sails downstairs, looking amazing in a red satin sheath and an updo. Rex is appropriately impressed and wonders if she's going out. KimberBree sings that she has a date. She doesn't want to give him another heart attack, but it's true: "It's a romantic date with a single, attractive man, and I intend to French the hell out of him." Brilliant. The bell rings, as Rex looks studiously nonplussed. KimberBree ushers George inside, after he presents her with a bouquet from his garden. She reintroduces George and her husband. Rex gives George a sarcastic little wave. George stutters that he thought Rex and KimberBree were separated. KimberBree: "Oh we are, emotionally. Physically, he just lives here because his mistress refuses to care for him. Would you like a drink?" She then instructs Rex to "say hello to George." Rex: "Hello, George." George: "Hello, Dr. Van de Kamp." KimberBree skitters off to put her flowers in some water, and George takes a seat. The men chat about Rex's heart and the pharmacy, and Rex suddenly just starts laughing: "I recently engaged in some extra-curricular activity, and [KimberBree's] doing everything she can to make me suffer. All you can do is laugh!" George looks startled and guesses that's true. Poor George. Reenter KimberBree, who coos that George's flowers are the best ones she's ever gotten. She shoots Rex a dirty look and then announces that she's ready to go. "It was nice talking to you, Dr. Van de Kamp," George says. "Please! You're dating my wife. Call me Rex," Rex says. That was a very sharply done scene, from all three actors. Well played, folks.
The mall. I guess Gay Matt and Lynette have spent all day there. Lynette passively-aggressively comments that the salesgirl who sold them the water heater "had a cute figure." Gay Matt agrees, sounding both cautious and confused. "She was so your type. Big breasts. Really curvy," Lynette says. Gay Matt is all, "What the hell are you talking about?" Lynette says that she's just saying that he prefers women who are really curvy, that's all: "Like that salesgirl...or Claire." Gay Matt assures her that he prefers only one type, and that is her. He kisses her cheek. "Aw, you kiss me like that would end this conversation, and that is so wrong," she sings. Matt wonders why he's in trouble. "The only reason you made love to me the other night was because you had just seen Claire naked," she tells him. "Oh, crap," Gay Matt says mildly.