Bree's at a dinner with Reverend Green at Scavo's Pizzeria. Apparently they're discussing some kind of function that Bree wants the reverend to address, but it's really so we can learn that the reverend is now separated from his spouse as well. And then Orson shows up, so Bree asks the reverend to take her hand. Seeing this, Orson bails, and Bree is glad to see it worked. I don't get why Bree isn't alarmed to discover that she's apparently slipped into some kind of alternate Sweet Valley High universe, but there's a lot about Bree I don't get.
Tom visits Lynette in the pokey, promising he'll have her bailed out in a couple of hours. She insists that Tom fix this.
The reverend drops Bree off at her house, and of course he puts the moves on her. When she rejects him, he gets kind of upset and starts yelling at her in Korean. Did I not mention before that he was a missionary in Korea for several years? If not, please see above regarding my aforementioned shitfacedness.
Carlos spills his milk, and instead of crying over it, he calls for help from Ellie. While she wipes up the mess, Carlos tells her how guilty he feels about Gabby having to put up with this. "She's a saint," she says. "Yeah, well..." Ellie says. Carlos senses that something's up. Besides the fact that it's not exactly Gabby who's dealing with this right now.
Cut to Gabby coming home from the grocery store. "Hey, whore!" Carlos greets her, telling Gabby that Ellie told him everything. Gabby is just glad Carlos let her know. She's irritated with Ellie for tattling on her, and when Carlos gets angry about the whole cheating thing, Gabby tells him about the fake affair she made up to hide the bugging. When Carlos voices his doubts, she informs him that she doesn't have much choice but to believe what she tells him, about this and pretty much everything else that ever happens. Okay, it's important to have ground rules in a marriage.