Bree shows up at Tom and Lynette's to ask for some aspirin. When he goes to get it for her, she leaves the shaker from last week on the edge of a counter, totally out in the open. She asks Katherine for a screwdriver, and leaves a blue glass globe. She asks Susan for cumin, who gets her cinnamon, and she leaves the candy dish. She asks Gaby for eggs, and leaves a little porcelain sleeping Mexican figurine, but Gaby rushes back and says she forgot that she made omelets and actually doesn't have eggs. Bree's like, "Whatever," but before she leaves, Gaby wonders where the sleeping Mexican came from. She calls Juanita down to find out why she stole McCluskey's sleeping Mexican. Bree can't believe it's not Gaby's, but Gaby says she's been telling McCluskey how racist it is for years. Gaby cancels Juanita's birthday party when she won't admit she stole it, so Bree defends her, until Juanita says maybe Bree did it. Bree offers Gaby further punishment for a stealing child: send them to bed without any supper. Wow. How very rude.
As Bree leaves Gaby's, she sees Orson leaving Bob and Lee's. She has to leave her shoes and purse in Gaby's yard to catch him. He hides his hands behind his back. She asks why he was there after she told him not to. They invited him for coffee. He says he didn't steal, but shows her the mug he's holding behind his back. He says it's his, but she doesn't believe he owns a mug with a picture of Bernadette Peters in Gypsy. I'm so confused. Didn't he steal from people to get back at them for things last week? But now he steals from people for inviting him to coffee? So not nice. There's not even any renegade justice in that.
Lynette's meeting a young-looking guy for an interview. He realizes they both went to Northwestern and asks her age. She won't tell him, so he asks when she graduated from Northwestern. She tells him that if she were dumb enough to answer that, she wouldn't have gotten in to Northwestern. He starts to tell her why he wants to know, but she interrupts to tell him how sick she is with this obsession with age. He tells her they're just looking for someone old enough to help work with one of their clients, an anti-wrinkle cream account. She spouts that she's 54.