Gabby, dressed for golf (and with her hair semi-insanely pulled up in high, high pigtails and a pink visor), comes downstairs carrying a striped men's golf shirt that perfectly matches the one she's wearing. Get it? They're his and hers outfits for their golf lesson tomorrow! Carlos, staring forlornly out the window: "Yeah, about that -- I can't go. I gotta pick up trash on the freeway." It's part of his "community service" re: being an ex-con. Gabby is disappointed. She guesses she'll, sigh, just cancel their appointment. Suddenly, Carlos is all worked up: she has to take the lesson! It's already paid for! "I'd love to be there with you," he vents, "if I didn't have to scrape slushes and condoms off Route 57. Look, what's the big deal? Just go take the stupid lesson!" Gabby gets huffy, and Carlos apologizes, explaining that he's "a little on edge today." But then Carlos is violently distracted by the view outside the window: gardener Ralph is out there getting an eyeful of maid Money's money-maker. Gabby is confused. So Ralph has a "little crush" on Money; what's the biggie? Carlos is enraged. Is it not possible for him to, for once, get a gardener who isn't hoping to sleep with someone in the Solis household? Gabby: "You pay him six bucks an hour. It's all about the perks, honey." That's right. Remember how Ralph got to see Gabby's naked boobies, and the other gardener lost his finger? Those are some good perks.
Susan's hosing down the RV when frantic Tom walks up and asks her if she knows where Lynette is. She tells him she doesn't, but he isn't buying it. But, try as Tom may, Susan isn't spilling the beans about Lynette's hidden hideaway. Tom, who sounds like he's on the edge of tears, asks Susan at least to tell Lynette to call him. Susan is moved. The second Tom gets out of range, she calls Lynette and advises her that maybe it's time for her to give Tom a call. Lynette mournfully tells Susan that she "just can't." On of the Ps comes up to Lynette, and Lynette hastily gets off the phone with Susan. P wonders when Daddy's going to join them, because he wants to show Tom his new dive. (Apparently, Lynette is staying at a hotel -- one with a pool.) Lynette tells P that Daddy's not coming, but she's more than happy to admire his dive. P slinks away, dejected.