He doesn't find a David, and Edie snarks that's because her client isn't dead. She asks him to try Lila. He finds her, of course, and says she died in an accident. He also finds Paige, whom Edie knows nothing about. The old guy explains that she was David and Lila's daughter, who died in the same accident. Edie looks serious, though I can't tell if it's annoyance, anger, sadness, or what. Her face is sort of expressionless, so she's not great with the emotional stuff. She looks at a picture of little Paige with her blonde curls.
Bree pulls up to Susan and Gaby gossiping on the street. Bree asks who they're dishing, and hopes it's not her. Susan jokes that they've already covered Bree, and Gaby says they've moved on to her daughter, the thief. Susan says she's missing her small candy dish, which she had the previous night when Bree and Orson were over for dinner because she remembers Orson admiring it. Bree remembers that too, and quickly realizes what we all know: Orson stole it. But Gaby says Juanita went to Susan's this morning, and Gaby's the first to admit that you don't have to be a detective to realize that candy plus Juanita equals a closed case. Susan says she could have misplaced it. Bree says she's sure it will turn up, and she's off. But instead of continuing on, she backs up in her car. Susan and Gaby are puzzled. As Bree arrives home, she calls Andrew to tell him to cancel her lunch. She says everything's fine, but Orson's misplaced a few things she needs to find.
Lynette's on the phone with Tom while she waits in a busy lobby for a job interview. She asks him if any of the other six places she's interviewed have called back, but they haven't. A lady about 20 years Lynette's junior eyes her skeptically, so Lynette tells Tom she needs to go so she can keep her game face on. The young girl greets another young girl. They're excited to see each other, and they figured they'd both be interviewing for this. They're very valley girl as they dish about their other friend who they thought would interview. But, oops! She's pregnant. And she's also 30, which is practically dead according to these young things. They are so old, because they're 28. And they just heard that a 39-year-old they know is looking for work. In this business, where they "take you out back and shoot you in the face" after you're 35. They really said that. I am thankful that this is a soap, or I'd find this much more offensive than I'm letting myself. Lynette's offended, though. She's called to her interview, but stops to tell their girls that if they hear a gunshot, please tell her four kids she loves them. The ladies look at each other like, "Did some old lady actually just say something to us?! As if!"