Gaby's forcing her girls to take a bath as Ana and Danny are trying to make out on the couch. Gaby tells them she'll be upstairs for a bit, and asks if they're good there. They are. As soon as she's gone, they start kissing, and Danny stops Ana, reminding her the promise she made Gaby. She says she didn't promise Gaby that he wouldn't have sex. Dirty! So they turn off the light and lay down right there on the couch in their living room. Outside, Angie sees Mrs. Kinsky's recycling is all a mess and screams that she'll sort it herself. She walks over to start doing that, and so is right next to Casa de Solis when Carlos arrives home and finds shirtless Danny on top of Ana on the couch. He completely overreacts and grabs Danny and pushes him up against the wall, threatening him with his arm on his neck. Angie sees it happening from outside and storms in. She comes in and tells him to let go, and Gaby comes down and asks what's going on. Carlos doesn't let go, so Angie throws and breaks a vase. Gaby: "Angie! What the hell?" Angie tells Danny to wait for her outside, and he begs her not to do this. Then he heads outside, and Angie tells Carlos she doesn't care what Danny was doing; if Carlos ever touches him again, he's dead. Ooh, an actual threat. As Angie and Danny leave, Mrs. Kinsky taunts Angie by mixing her recycling all back up. She says, "Suck it, Earth!" And Angie storms toward her and kicks both cans over. Danny's like, "Ma! Let's go." Poor Danny. Seriously. Maybe temper tantrum Angie was Julie's attacker. She was taking out her recycling, after all. Maybe she was doing it all wrong, and mixing glass and plastics, like Mrs. Kinsky (you know, in addition to banging Nick Bolen).
Therapy. Lynette's basically ignoring everything Jane tells her about how to treat Tom. Jane asks if something's bothering her, and Tom says it's just the pregnancy, but Jane pushes and says she's safe here and they can tell each other anything. So Lynette tells Jane they saw her play the other night and they didn't know what to say, since they didn't really like it. Jane tries to say their Antony was dreadful, but Lynette says she was talking about her: She wasn't good, and now Lynette's lost confidence in her as a therapist. Jane asks her to elaborate, but Lynette doesn't feel the need to. Jane says it's the coward's way out, just like in her marriage, not to elaborate. So Lynette elaborates about how much Jane sucked (only she really just says that over and over instead of telling her what actually sucked about it). Jane commends Lynette's honesty, but says the newspaper called her "incandescent." Lynette's like, "Oh my God, this is why we can't see her anymore." Tom just looks on sheepishly, so Jane asks what he thought. He says she was great, and Lynette calls him a liar. Jane says there's no reason to bully him into agreeing. Lynette says she wouldn't have to bully him if he would man up for once. Jane says Lynette's attacking, and Lynette says of course, because she's always the bad cop and he's the good cop. He says of course he's the good cop; someone has to be, because bad cop-bad cop doesn't work. He grew up with that, and it doesn't work. Lynette says Tom likes being the good guy, and she'd love to be that sometime, but when something difficult has to happen, he steps aside and lets her deal with it, because good cop-good cop doesn't work either. Tom thinks about it for a second, then says, "You're right." Lynette: "Really?" He says he likes to be liked, so he defers a lot of ugly stuff to Lynette. He apologizes, then turns to Jane and says, "Your performance was aggressively bad. At one point, during the second act, I started to choke on a mint and thought about not fighting it." I love that they had a breakthrough here, but it better carry through to future episodes. Lynette tells Jane she's an amazing therapist, and Jane kicks them out. Apparently she's the one who can't take people pointing out her flaws.