Tom drops Kayla off at Snora's. Snora, looking like she spent some serious time getting ready, tells Tom that Kayla told her about his big pizza idea, and that she thinks it's a fantastigreat idea. Did she just...I think she did. Tom hems a bit, all, "Nothing's been decided yet." Snora: "Ah. Lynette put the kibosh on it, huh?" Tom makes some excuses for why Lynette's probably right, but Snora interrupts him to say, "I've tasted your pizza, and it was like I died and went to Italy." ["Oh my, no. Authentic Italian pizza is crap -- thin little crust, a big pile of raw basil, and they don't even cut it! 'Like I died and went to Brooklyn' is more like it." -- Wing Chun] And Tom eats it up, all, "I really needed to hear that." And I just barfed in my mouth again. And let me tell you, barfing up the barf from Austin's "elevation" line is not great. Tom leaves, and Snora stands there smiling and looking smug.
And now, yes, the MAVO montage. The theme, once again, is SABOTAGE.
There's Danielle lying on her bed looking very satisfied, very "cat filled with cream." I guess revenge tastes sweeter than heartbreak? Or maybe -- and I don't want to go out on a limb here, but maybe -- she was never really all that in love with the ancient Robert in the first place. I know, crazy.
And now, back at the hospital, we see Edie sweetly kissing sleeping Mike's head. According to MAVO, Edie is the sort of saboteur who acts out of a "hunger for love." Wow, what? Tonka-tough Edie has a soft, dewy inside that just wants tender companionship? I know, crazy.
Gabby -- whom MAVO describes as "determined to burn bridges" -- lies next to her sleeping naked conquest, twirling her hair and looking uncertain. Oh, Gabby, you've really blew it this time. Metaphorically and also, I'm sure, literally.
Snora tucks Kayla into bed. Kayla says she sure wishes daddy Tom would come live with them so that he could be there to tuck her in bed every single night. It's been pointed out on the boards that Kayla acts more like a five-year-old than the eleven she's supposed to be, and I'd have to agree. Anyway, evil Snora says, "I'm working on [getting Tom to move in], Piglet." Forget Edie; Snora is evil. Like "you must pay the rent," finger-mustache evil.
NEXT WEEK: Tom kisses Snora (triple mouth barf), and Gabby puts on some fetish-wear. Will she manage to re-ensnare Carlos in her fishnets? Tune in!