At the table, the client is pouring some wine from his own vineyard. He says he just does it on the side, but that's why he chose this restaurant: They carry his label. Lynette tries to refuse wine, so she can keep her head on business, but the client says there will be no business talk tonight, so she should have wine. Carlos reminds her it's wine from the client's own vineyard, so she lets him pour some. Then Tom creates a distraction and pours it into his glass. They think Lynette's finished hers already, so they pour her another glass. Tom looks worried, and then creates another distraction (he says, "Oh, look! One of the Pointer Sisters!") and drinks her wine in one gulp. When they all look back, he apologizes, saying it was just a nun. Gaby comes in just then in jeans, a baggy sweatshirt and a giant, ugly purse, with her hair in ugly braids. Carlos greets her at the door and asks what the hell. She apologizes for being late, and he asks about her appearance, since it's an important client. She says it's also John's restaurant and she wouldn't want to look pretty and fail another test. He says she made her point, so please go get pretty. She says that's not the whole point, and reminds him she's stood by him for the past eleven years, when he was poor and blind and knocked her up twice. So, at this point, if he feels the need to test her, he's the one who's failed. He agrees and apologizes. She says she would have taken her clip out and shaken out her hair if she'd run into anyone she knows. She tells him not to worry; she has clothes and makeup in the car.
Bolens. Angie answers the phone, and someone apparently threatens her family, because she gets all Adriana, saying she'll bash whoever's brains in if they ever come near her family. Then she gets off the phone, and she and Danny have a heart-to-heart about how happy he is she isn't a normal mom, and how much he loves her. She also tells him where they keep the gun (second drawer in her dresser), and apologizes for being the reason they have to live like this, and keep running. Though, to be fair, none of their current situation is actually her fault, unless she's the one who attacked Julie. She reminds him to aim for the head, not the legs.