Danny's friend Eddie from school (what school?) shows up at the Bolens' house. She hollers for Danny, and then she and Eddie talk about Mary Alice killing herself in this house. Eddie wants Danny to take a look at his brakes; Danny doesn't want to, but Angie pressures him to stop moping and do it. The boys go outside, and Angie tells Nick she's glad someone has a friend, because everyone keeps looking at her like she has a grandmother in her trunk. Nick says they've also had three hate calls in an hour. He thinks it might be time to get out of the Bolen business. She says no, they can't change their names and run every time there's a little trouble. He says this is more than a little trouble, but she says they're not putting Danny through all that again. She'd much rather put him through being accused of a crime. She says that, until she says otherwise, they're Nick and Angie Bolen. Gee, do you think Angie wears the pants in that household?
Susan notices Danny and his friend working on the car, and either offended that he has a friend or offended by their butt rock, she comes out and turns it off. Danny sends Eddie into the house to get a light. Susan wants to talk to Danny about Julie. He says he didn't hurt her. Susan asks what they were fighting about when Mrs. McCluskey saw them, but he says his lawyer told him not to talk about that. Susan says she knew Julie thought she was pregnant, and wonders if that's why they fought and why he attacked her. He says he didn't even know that, and she screams, "You're lying!" He asks her to please leave him alone and goes under the car to work on it. Susan loosens the jack and the car starts coming down on him, close to crushing him. Angie comes out with a baseball bat, telling Susan to get the hell away from him. She hits two windows out of the car and Susan tells Angie she can't protect him forever, because people know what he is now, and he's going to be punished. Angie jacks the car back up and Eddie comes out and wonders what the hell happened to his car. Eddie, my friend, it's a long story.
Carlos, Lynette and Tom show up at John's restaurant, and Ana leads Carlos to the table where she's already seated the clients. Tom stops Lynette to whisper-ask if she's sure about this. She's like, "About being senior vice president, with a 50 percent pay bump? Um... yeah." Tom says the job sounds like a killer schedule. She says she can handle it and he gets to stay in school. She says by the time Carlos finds out, Lynette will have proven she can do the job, pregnant or not. Tom says he's in, but she needs to prove it fast, because last time she was pregnant with twins everything swelled up. He says it was like sleeping with a body they dragged out of the river. She's like, "You said I was pretty." He says he had to, because she was bigger than him.