Mary Alice continues that, "You wouldn't know it to look at him, but that nice man who delivers your mail ... hits his wife." (I love how Mary Alice delivers lines about abuse, murder, and violence with such a calm demeanor; then again, she did kill herself, so none of this is shocking to her.) She tells us that the nice woman across the street embezzles from her boss, and the attractive jogging couple likes their cocaine. "The sad truth is, we don't know our friends and neighbors nearly as well as we think we do." The camera takes us into the Bolen house, past Danny and onto Nick, as she continues: "Even the people we love keep secrets." Nick hugs Angie and says he needs coffee. She says the snuggling isn't helping him get it, but he says it's waking him up. Behind them, Danny drops his spoon into his bowl. Nick wonders why he's home since he has a morning class. Danny was actually thinking of quitting school and getting a job. Angie says, "Our family's been in this country five generations. It's time one of us got a diploma." Then she sighs and asks him what's going on. He says no one at school talks to him or sits near him, because everyone thinks he's the perv who attacked Julie. Angie promises him this is temporary and that everyone will know he's innocent once the police catch the guy. She tells him to go to school today, and they'll figure something out when he gets home. He leaves, and Nick asks Angie why she's being so nice, since there's no way they're letting him drop out. Angie knows that, but she says they have to keep him happy, since he gets sloppy and says all sorts of things he shouldn't when he's not. Nick's like, "Okay, so now all we have to do is figure out how to keep a teenager happy." Yeah, that's never a challenge.
Lynette's groaning while she puts on a blouse, and Tom asks what's the matter. She says nothing fits, because her breasts have gotten huge. Tom: "Yeah. I hate it when that happens." Lynette says her boobs always get like this second trimester, like clockwork. He smiles at her, and says "The Supremes are back." She doesn't like them being named after musical groups, but he goes on that "Benny and the Jets are so happy to see them." Ick, Tom. Too far. She tells him this is serious, since she has to hide them from Carlos so he doesn't know about the pregnancy. Tom tries to get a little action, but she's not having any of it. He protests that in two weeks, they'll get sore and she'll give him that "Don't touch me" look. He begs her to take a boob day and she glares. That's the "Don't touch me" look he was talking about.