Hodge Home. Bree spies on Orson's computer and finds a suicide note. He wheels in and she confronts him about it, asking if it's a suicide note. He says it's more a suicide rough draft. He didn't mean for her to find out like this, but at least now they can discuss it like adults. She thinks this is his depression, and they'll get him medication. She forbids him from killing himself, and will be with him 24 hours a day if she has to. Orson: "Well, being bored to death isn't how I was planning to go..." Then he tells her he'll give her time to adjust, but it's going to happen. Couldn't he make it a murder-suicide and put them both out of our misery? Commercials.
Casa de Solis. Gaby, in a pretty red dress and matching headband, pulls a red box of condoms from a shopping bag right as Carlos walks in the room. He asks what's with the condoms, and she replies, "Calm down. They're not for you." Carlos: "Just what every man wants to hear from his wife." He tells her Ana's dating Danny, and they need to be realistic, but Carlos is all about killing Danny with his bare hands and burying him under the porch. Gaby says she thought that way at first, but Angie convinced her nature's going to take its course. Carlos thinks that's easy for Angie to say, since she has the boy, but if he knocks Ana up, who's going to end up raising the kid? Gaby thinks it will be Carlos, but he says it will be her, since he'll be in prison for killing what's buried under the porch.
Stripper Rita shows up at Susan's, calling her "Mrs. D.," which I find odd considering she worked at a place called "Double D's." It gives me the wrong mental image of what she's calling Susan. Anyway, Stripper Rita was inspired by Susan to quit her job, and she thinks it was the best thing she's ever done and Susan's her new role model (her old one, Candy, OD'ed). They hug, and Stripper Rita wonders what she does now; where she should work. Susan can't believe she quit without having a job lined up, but she doesn't want to discourage her. She asks if she's saved up, and... blank stare. Then cut to later, when Mike's wondering how she stripped for nine years and didn't save anything. Susan blames a boob job, a bad relationship, and the rising cost of glitter. Anyway, Susan has to help her, since she's the one who told her to quit her job. She didn't think she'd listen, since no one listens to her (for example, she hates Mike's shirt but he keeps wearing it). Susan says they need to find her a job, and Mike wonders what skills she has other than picking up a dollar without using her hands.