Nora arrives at the Scavo front door, looking contrite. She wants to talk about the check Lynette and Tom sent her. She brushes past Lynette and into the house. Lynette turns and yells, a hint of panic in her voice, "Toooom?!"
Sitting at the table, Nora and the Scavos talk terms. Nora starts by explaining that she isn't someone who keeps "things bottled up inside." This news isn't exactly surprising to Lynette. Nora eyes Lynette and tells her that she made Nora feel "really bad yesterday at the restaurant." Lynette, not very sincerely, offers her "sincerest apologies." Nora also doesn't appreciate the way Lynette implied that Nora was just there to "extort money" out of the Scavos; Nora only wants is what's best for "Tom's child." Well, Lynette, the "mother of eighty percent of Tom's children," (ha) doesn't think that going bankrupt is exactly great for her kids, either. Nora agrees, and somehow in doing so, she manages to make Lynette look like she's the crazy one. Nora throws a crumpled piece of paper at Lynette; it's the waiver they sent over with the check. She signed it. ("See, Lynette? See? It's not all about money.") Oh and by the way? She used the $30k check as a down payment for a house in Fairview. That doesn't sound like much of a down payment -- by California standards, at least. ["Not in Toronto, either; I wish we'd gotten our house that freaking cheap." -- Wing Chun] But maybe houses are cheaper in Fairview? Nora gushes about how awesome it's going to be with her living in the neighborhood. Why, Nora can "drop Kayla off" whenever she wants to, the siblings can get to know each other...it'll be great. Lynette looks like she's going to hurl. Trying to be reasonable, she asks how it is that Nora thinks she's going to pay her mortgage, seeing as she doesn't even have a job out here. Nora explodes: "What is your problem with me, lady?" Lynette doesn't even know Nora, and yet she's all just "ticka-ticka-ticka" (making a pecking motion with her hand, and following up the "ticka"s with what can only be described as a "angry kitty" sound, which she acts out by pulling her hands up into paws. So awesome!).
Susan is up at Lover's Point. She's decorated the RV with lots of twinkly lights. She's also got a table all set up, and there's wine, candles, roses. She doesn't look half-bad herself: she's wearing a pretty red sundress and a huge, huge smile. Clearly this is not going to end well.
Back on Wisteria Lane, Mike heads out to his truck. Right on time! But...what's this? A red car starts up and pulls out just as Mike's car passes? Oh, this for sure isn't going to end well.