Karl feeds Bree a burrito for breakfast at their Motor Lodge, which she finds disgusting (the burrito... but, actually, probably the lodge too). She'd like a croissant or something even fancier than that. Karl throws her on the bed and kisses her, and asks if she'd like him to book this place tomorrow. She has an event -- and, on second thought, he does too -- so he asks if she wants to go to Vegas for the weekend. She says she doesn't see them having romantic getaways, since that's what a woman does with someone she's in love with. He gets sullen, agreeing they don't have those types of feelings. But she says he is a delightful diversion, and they shouldn't make demands on one another. They're drinking coffee, and they bicker about him grabbing his own sugar instead of making a demand. But, really, it's just to show us that, you know, they drink coffee on Wisteria (or in Motor Lodges, if they live on Wisteria).
Lynette sets a cup of coffee on the table, where she's sitting with Tom to tell the kids about the pregnancy. She leads that she's pregnant with twins. (Beat.) Then Parker asks if she's going to be, like, the world's oldest mom. Then Porter stands up and lectures them about how they've destroyed their futures for a few minutes of pleasure (it's actually awesome, because Tom's in college, so it gets to sound just like a parent lecturing a teenage boy who got his girlfriend pregnant). Porter leaves, and Parker adds that it's totally gross they're still doing it at their age. Then he leaves, too. They ask Penny if she's happy about it, and she says if the twins are boys, she's out of here. That's another tight parenting ship on this show.
Bob's drinking coffee (get it?) as he's questioning the Bolens on what the police might find in their background. Angie keeps deflecting the questions, and says they should really be focusing on clearing him this time, by checking with the liquor stores where he says he was. They say there's nothing in Danny's past, and tell Bob he can't get in touch with old teachers or friends. It's very suspicious, and when Bob says that, Danny yells that this family has secrets, big ones that they can't even talk about with their lawyers. He says he's not guilty, but it doesn't matter if it makes him look that way. He storms out, and Angie makes sure the conversation with Bob was privileged.
Susan's busy telling some nosy neighbors that Danny was released, and that she's worried and he's totally guilty. The couple she's talking to decides they'll try to drive Danny out of the neighborhood or something. Susan just wants people on this street to know they're not safe. Mike's listening in the garage and calls Susan in. He asks Susan what she's doing talking to big-mouth Mona Clark. He says they don't want an angry mob showing up at the Bolens, especially since they don't know if Danny's guilty. Susan brings up the whole lying-about-his-alibi thing again, and Mike thinks it's a good point, but he thinks it would be easier if the police had proof. Susan ominously says maybe they should get them some. She's sort of evil this season, although I don't think it's how the writers intend her to seem.