On the way in to work, Bree and Andrew bicker about Sam. Andrew doesn't want his help, because he mistakenly thinks he has things under control, but Bree says she's not going to stand by while Andrew destroys her business. They realize Sam's in the corner. He says he stayed late to go through inventory, which Bree finds to be "industrious" instead of weird. Sam would also like to discuss Tad, who's a big problem, as we all witnessed. Andrew doesn't want to fire him, so Sam accuses him of having an affair with him. Bree tries to say that's not happening, but Andrew's not denying it. He admits to Bree he had sex with Tad, and she tells him how disappointed she is since, he's living with Alex. He points out she's married to Orson, and she's shocked to learn he knows about Karl. She's also upset he'd bring this up in front of a stranger. But Andrew, like me, says hypocrisy makes him forget his manners. Sam offers to leave, and Bree says that's a good idea but he should be back here bright and early to help her fire Tad. Andrew says no, but she threateningly says she can fire anyone she wants. Andrew looks at Sam, who looks satisfied. I sort of can't wait to see what sort of creepiness this guy has up his sleeve.
Katherine's in therapy, telling her doctor about her dream. She asks what it means, and the doctor says it seems pretty straightforward. She says she's not a lesbian, and that maybe it means women are the only safe option left. The doctor doesn't think she should be thinking about relationships with anyone right now, until she's better. He tells her she doesn't have to stop dreaming, but should consider asking Robin to move out.
The Bolens are shopping for dolphin-safe tuna when Angie sees and accosts Eddie. She asks where Danny is, and Eddie says it turned out he couldn't go camping so Danny went by himself. Eddie easily caves and tells the Bolens that Danny went to find Ana in New York. Angie freaks out and runs off. Nick tells her that New York's a big city, but Angie wonders what if Danny goes to the old neighborhood. Nick says Patrick's not going to find him, but she says he found them the last time. Whatever. This is getting more and more ridiculous, and there's no way it's ever going to make sense or live up to its own hype. Sort of like Lost on a way, way smaller scale. She tells him they have to go pack. Hey, maybe in New York, we'll find all the answers about the Bolens.