It is at this moment that Susan comes in and gets ready to help Helen, Mother of Miguel, with some boring administrative deal involving cards, all of which conveniently fall onto the ground so that Susan is forced to reach down to get them and therefore see Gabrielle's foot all over Miguel's crotch. Susan, of course, promptly hits her head on the table as she attempts to come up for air, and also to stare at Gabrielle and Miguel.
After the ads, Susan comes over to Casa Unfaithful -- presumably this is the next day, since they're all in different outfits -- and reads Gabrielle the riot act about being a cheater. See, Susan is all wounded and taking it personally because of how Karl cheated on her and left her all alone and yada yada yada. "This isn't about you," Gabrielle yells. Susan disagrees: "Yes, it is. It's about me and it's about every other person who was screwed over by someone they loved." She then goes on and on about Karl and how very terrible he was to her and how she was broken-hearted and blah: "How could you do the same thing?" Gabrielle retorts that Susan has no idea what her life is like, so how dare Susan judge her? Susan snips that Gabrielle is beautiful, she's loaded, and her husband adores her. So what could be so wrong? "He doesn't adore me. He adores HAVING ME," Gabrielle corrects her. "That's a rationalization and you know it," Susan says. "See you at the show," Susan snaps and takes her poncho and storms off.
Cut to KimberBree and Lynette. Lynette is, remarkably, both without choker and putting her baby in the car seat in the middle of the back seat of her minivan. Someone has heard my prayers! Turns out Lynette is having a hard time getting a nanny. KimberBree is sympathetic...until Lynette announces that she's hoping to take advantage of KimberBree's "expertise." KimberBree's face falls. "Oh, Lord. What do you want me to do?" she asks. Marcia Cross delivered that line hilariously. Lynette knows that KimberBree's rich friends have "A-list nannies," and Lynette wants to poach one. KimberBree calls this plan "rather unseemly," but Lynette points out that this is a capitalist society, fair market, free workers, etc. "So, come on. Where can I score some high-grade nanny?" she grins. KimberBree looks amused in spite of herself.