As Mrs. McC's walking home, she sees Julie and Danny having a fight. She's trying to explain something that's "complicated," but he tells her it's simple; she's selfish and she can go to hell. They both go into their respective parents' homes, as Mrs. McC looks on nosily, as usual.
One day before the wedding. Bree's putting the finishing touches on the church, where Orson shows up. He says they should take this opportunity to talk to the church about counseling. Bree wants a divorce, not counseling. But he says she's taken to sleeping in the guest room again (well, at least she remembers they have one), which just isn't right. Bree agrees he should have given her the master room. He says that withholding sex isn't going to make him give up, since he went without it for three years in prison. She thanks him for clearing up a question she didn't know how to ask. He reminds her that they stood at this altar eight years ago and made a vow, and she says she has struggled with that, but she's not his wife anymore, she's his captive (what with the blackmail and all). He says he feels bad for that, but sometimes guilt is a small price to pay for happiness. I like that it's Orson's logic that convinces her to have the affair.