So, Susan and Mike walk home. There is neither crying nor ejaculating. "Is Rex gone for good?" he asks. Susan hopes not. "They've always been wound a little tight, but who am I to judge?" she says. "You mean, people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw soda cans?" Mike asks. Susan tells Mike that he has to know that she only gets that way around Karl. He was such a jackass at the end, and she hasn't been able to get past it. Mike suggests that she look at it as Karl doing her a favor: "Look at Karl as a starter marriage. You know, boot camp. Preparing you for something better next time." Susan stands on her stoop and smiles at him. She loooooves him. Susan thanks Mike for being such a perfect gentleman with the whole naked thing. "Oh, I wasn't a perfect gentleman. I might have snuck a peek," he says. Susan blushes. "Oh. Good night!" she squeals and turns to go. "And, um, for what it's worth...wow," Mike breathes, and takes off. Susan watches him walk away, and he turns and looks back at her, shaking his head in admiration. Susan can barely get her door open fast enough to get inside and jump up and down and say "squee!"
Lynette comes home, waking Gay Matt, who is sleeping on the sofa with his laptop on his lap and stains on his t-shirt. "We are raising little terrorists. You know that, don't you?" he asks. "You didn't have a good time?" she asks. He chuckles that she can drop the act: he knows all about the cookies. She groans and asks who cracked. It was Porter. "How was your dinner party?" he asks. He's watching QVC, which I find kind of adorable. "There was dinner, but there wasn't much of a party," she says, and then explains the scandal. She doesn't go into the ejaculation details, which was the one thing that struck me as unrealistic about this scene. The ejaculatory details are the first thing I would spill to my boyfriend. "Clearly, there's trouble in paradise," Lynette reflects, as she sips a juice box. But Gay Matt is not that surprised. He never thought Rex and KimberBree were all that happy. "Are we happy?" Lynette asks.