Susan knocks on Lainie Kazan's door. Turns out she's Maxine, the landlord. Susan's finally paying some late deposit or something, so Maxine invites her in. She hears out all of Susan's money problems and says she knows how Susan feels because her husband died and she had no money. Lucky for her, though, she was resourceful enough to start her own business, which allows her to help other struggling women, who can set their own hours and work from home. Maxine thinks Susan would be very good at it, and she leads Susan into the next room, where a bunch of monitors display women in various states of undress cleaning houses. It's called, judging by the giant middle monitor, "Va-Va-Va-Broom.com." Susan acts like she walked in on actual porn. It's just bras and panties, Miss Prude. Susan yells "Shame on you!" at Maxine, actually calling it porn (it's not; this is on network TV, after all). Maxine shows Susan what one girl makes in a week, and Susan gets a little excited. But she throws the money down and runs out in a panic.
Carlos is sadly looking at baby pictures of Juanita when Juanita comes in to bed. There's also a picture of Carlos's mom, and Juanita asks about her just as Gaby walks up behind them and listens in: Carlos says he thinks about his mom every day, which is why he named Juanita after her: He couldn't imagine a world without a Juanita Solis in it. Carlos sees Gaby, who says she'll tuck Juanita in. So now it's his turn to listen in without her knowing it. She tells Juanita she's her whole world, so she can't let her ride her bike to the mall with friends. "If something happened to you, it would ruin my whole life." Poor Celia. Does she even exist?
Orson and his physical therapist finish packing up his stuff, and he stops to ask Bree if she's okay. She very much is not, so he apologizes and tells her to find herself a project. She tells him she's sick of having to have a project to get through things. This time she wants to actually feel her emotions, not avoid them, so she's going to sit quietly and think about what to do with her life. He tells her it will be spectacular, and they hold hands one last time (I think). Her eyes are filled with tears as he leaves her alone in the house. Then she gets up to go check out all of her photos: the kids, her and Rex, then her and Orson. She notices a piece of peeling wallpaper above the last photo, though, and tries to fix it. When she can't, she instead rips the wallpaper off. And, because she's Bree, and she really does need a project, she tears off all the wallpaper in the entire house. It's practically a sex scene, and is certainly more fun to watch than any sex scenes she ever had with Karl. Orson calls the next day and asks her how she's doing. She's fine, and all disheveled. Get it? Housework is like sex for Bree.