Karl takes Bree to a less-than-five-star-hotel and takes off his shirt. She stands in the doorway and tells him this isn't what she was expecting, what with it being filthy and hideous. He reminds her (and fills us in) that he took her to a nice place last week and she saw someone she knew, so they had to leave. He says that once he gets started, she'll never even notice the dust, but the sheets disgust her and she can't lie there and wonder how many junkies have died. He's like, "What do you want me to do about it?" My advice would be to give up on trying to nail Bree, but she takes him sheet-shopping. She throws some sheets into her cart, which is full of pillows and bedding. Now she'd like to get some flowers, since she'd like this affair to be nice. He says she actually doesn't want it to be nice, since she doesn't want it at all. She disagrees, but he points out that she's been throwing up roadblocks along the way. He unpacks the cart as he talks, and then says she's a good girl who won't break the rules no matter how miserable she is. He thought this would be fun, but he can't help it if she'd rather be good than happy. He leaves her in the store. I'm hoping they took separate cars, then, because that would be rude to just leave her behind. Although I wouldn't put it past Karl.
A delivery guy shows up at Katherine's with a delivery for Susan, who isn't home. He wonders if Katherine will sign for it. The box says "Bridal Couture," so Katherine brilliantly susses out that it must be Susan's gown. She says she'll take it, since they do stuff like this for each other all the time. "In fact, just last month, she took in something of mine." Ooh, what's she going to do to the dress?
Susan gets home to see the note on her door saying they left the package with Susan and she immediately panics. Because, you know, this means she has to go over there. And also, because KATHERINE HAS HER WEDDING GOWN! Knowing Susan, I bet she'll just buy a new one. But, nope, she drops her groceries and heads over to Katherine's. She knocks on the door and Katherine answers it wearing Susan's dress. Susan says she didn't see that coming. Really? Because I totally did. Susan asks Katherine if she wouldn't mind taking it off now, but Katherine has to check her sauce. She heads into the kitchen where marinara is bubbling up, and Katherine insists she must keep stirring. Katherine gets all threatening about expensive fabric and how Mike used to love her sauce, but he also used to love her. Susan puts the lid on the pot and says that's enough; she'd like her dress back now. Katherine cries and compliments the dress as Susan unzips her.