Irina is making borscht for the fam, when Lynette and Tom arrive. Preston says that they put a deposit on a place. Apparently, they have a huge place. You see, Preston is putting off college and getting a job. He's going to be a gutter at a meatpacking plant and he's getting $14 an hour. Tom is excited by this. Maybe Preston will get discounts on steaks. Lynette is not pleased. Irina says that it's a good job that Preston has. Lynette replies that, maybe in Russia people are happy when their kids gut cows, but not her. I hope meatpackers don't watch this show. Irina says that Preston will support his wife, which is what men do when they love someone. Lynette replies that Preston isn't in love with her. She's Eurotrash and materialistic. This gets Lynette a tureen of borscht in the face as Irina stomps off. Who throws shit on a pregnant lady however shrill? Russia is a scary place.
Nick finds Danny working on a bicycle in their garage. He gives him a beer (illegal, right?). Danny has his first job and will use the bike to get there. It's his first job. Nick can't believe Danny is grown. Danny wants to know why Nick is all pensive. Since he's his dad, he knows that something is up. Nick responds that, yeah, he is his dad, and keeps his mouth shut. Ooh, he was about to tell him that he wasn't his dad.
Patrick, played by John Barrowman, arrives at the neighbor's house. He has brought roses. She tells him what she knows and he gives her money. She says that she likes Rose and wouldn't want anything to happen to Angie. Um, what did she think would happen? So, he stages a break-in and strangles the lady. He's the best part of this episode. More killing!
The next day, as Lynette is cleaning borscht off of the kitchen. Irina arrives and says that she wants them to get along. Lynette says that she will fight for Preston's best interests. Oh yeah? Well, Irina says they are getting married in a week. Lynette freaks out and Irina says that she thinks she knows her. With a smile, she gives Lynette a kiss and says, "From one Mrs. Scavo, to another."
Bree shows Sam Rex's old yearbooks. She says that Rex was smart, funny and graceful. Sam asks her what's wrong and she says that she never gets to talk about Rex. She misses him. Sam says she can talk to him. Orson watches them talk. He goes outside to find Andrew. He's embarrassed at how he acted at dinner. He says that he still doesn't trust Sam. Orson doesn't trust him either. He thinks that he's up to something. They need to find out more about him. Andrew agrees to investigate.