Also watching the soap? Andrew and a guy named Tad, who apparently works for Bree. She's more than a little annoyed they're watching soaps on the job, which is awfully persnickety of her. I mean, doesn't everyone watch soaps at work? Bree makes Tad (who's not the sharpest pencil in the box) leave so she can tell Andrew that Tad accidentally ordered 100 flower arrangements when they needed ten. Andrew says he'll take care of it, but Bree tries to emasculate him by telling him he's not in charge. We do learn that Bree put Andrew in charge when Orson had his accident, so that's something. Tad comes barging in and some of the flower arrangements fall off the cart and break. What a big, cute dummy.
Roy's watching the soap, too, but Mrs. McCluskey wants him to cut it out, since they have guests over for brunch. It's Susan and Mike, which is weird since soaps are on weekdays and they both work, but whatever. I'll buy that there are soaps on weekends now that there eleventy million channels. I'm sure they're in repeats somewhere (I'm just not so sure everyone would be watching them everywhere). There's some creepy talk about what Roy wants from Karen, but it turns out it's just salt, which he only gets when company comes over, since he's on a low-sodium diet. Roy hates his low-sodium diet, but Mrs. McC doesn't want him dropping dead. Susan says they sound like a sweet, old married couple and then asks Roy if he wants to marry Karen. Mike tries to stop Susan, but she pushes and pushes and pushes. Roy ends up proposing (after a little stalling over seeing his hearing-aid battery on the floor), and, of course, Karen says yes. Karen and Susan high-five while Karen and Roy kiss. Susan, always a busybody, is thrilled.
Bob and Lee's. They discuss their new houseguest, Gaby. Lee explains she brought three suitcases to stay a few days because most of her dresses haven't had chicken pox, either. Heh. I do enjoy Gaby Logic. She comes downstairs, all rested from her nap, and says she hasn't had a nap since Juanita crowned. Lee tells her that visual she just created? Not allowed inside these walls. Bob brings her "pre-dinner cosmos," and she's excited to have crystal martini glasses, since her kids have broken all of hers. It's movie night, and Bob and Lee have a movie without a talking penguin or a dog that plays basketball. Instead it has "gratuitous sex and lots of violence," to which Gaby replies, "Art." She drains her cosmo and they give her an immediate refill. She says, "I know I don't know you guys that well, but I love you."