Robin watches Katherine flirting with the doctor. She interrupts and pulls Katherine outside. They pass Roy and Karen telling Lee a story about a woman who died of lung cancer and was a non-smoker. Roy tells Lee that he could be that girl. Remarkable. Really. Robin confronts Katherine for flirting with the doctor and their argument gets heated. Inside, Roy begins to propose a toast celebrating Karen's recovery. After the toast, Karen asks for a moment of silence, to remember those who didn't make it. This is the point when Katherine and Robin move their argument to the open window. There, Katherine insists loudly that enjoying sex with Robin doesn't necessarily make her a lesbian. Everyone hears.
Bree has made dinner for the family, including Danielle and Sam. She wonders aloud what Rex would think if he saw them all sitting there. "Probably, 'Who's the guy in the wheelchair?'" says Orson. Bree says that Sam got his MBA while working and taking care of his mother. He also worked with the underprivileged. Danielle says that his experience reminds her of her first job. Andrew reminds her that she worked at the mall. Outlet mall, she corrects. She knows what working with the poor is like. They're always late. Bree says they wanted their kids to work with the less fortunate. Andrew jumps in and says they took the opportunity to disappoint her once again (she really did kind of say that). Bree says that Rex loved music and Sam says he plays the guitar. Wait! Rex played guitar! She tells him to wait a second. The next thing we see, Sam is playing a classical piece on Rex's guitar. Brilliantly. Bree offers to give the guitar to Sam and Andrew protests. He has been taking lessons. Bree asks for a recital and he tries to stumble through "Jingle Bells." It's awful. Bree stops him and tells him to give Sam the guitar. He refuses. Finally, he breaks the guitar on the mantle. Sam, sounding like a robot, says that his presence has brought unhappiness, so he must retreat to his pod. Bree says that he has acted admirably in the face of rudeness, then looks at Andrew. He reminds her that, though Sam is the perfect son, he isn't hers.