Gaby stops by Carlos' work looking for him, but instead finds Clay and tells him about Mrs. Hildebrandt's job offer. Not accurately assessing how much Gaby knows, Clay mentions the orgasm, and Gaby flips out. She wants to see Carlos, but it turns out Mrs. H has been sending a car for Carlos every day to bring him to her place. Gaby gets the address out of Clay and goes to kill one or both of them, and asks Clay to alibi her. Not sure that's happening, although he seems very afraid of her.
Jackson shows up at Susan's and wants to talk. Susan says she can't, she has the mailman in her bathtub. Jackson is mad because he can't win with her. Susan says that she's been married twice, and love just doesn't work out with her. Jackson says he never even had a real girlfriend before Susan, and the minute he tried to commit, he got shot down. Jackson doesn't know where they are now, and Susan says she wishes they could start over without all the baggage. She asks Jackson: Can they? Jackson walks out. Susan is sad, but then the phone rings. Jackson is calling from the porch, introducing himself and asking her out to dinner at a Mexican -- no, French place. It's a date! Awww. I wonder how long they can keep this up.
Gaby shows up at the luxurious Hildebrandt house. The maid asks who she is, and Gaby says she's the wife of the man who "rubs her boss." The maid has her wait in the sitting room (or is that sit in waiting room?), but once she leaves, Gaby goes upstairs to snoop, and finds Mrs. H being made happy, if the moans are any indication. Hiding behind a screen, Gaby is spotted in a mirror by Mrs. H, who asks Carlos to step outside for a moment so she can make a call. Once Carlos is gone, Gaby confronts Mrs. H and tells her she knows about the "Big O." Mrs. H is embarrassed that Carlos could tell, but says it was just the once, and that with all of her children grown and her husband dead, he's helped her know happiness for the first time in a while. When Gaby still wants to end things, Mrs. H invites her to tour the fashion houses of Europe with her as her personal shopper, and even says to bring the kids. "Think of all the fun we'll have dressing them up!" Finding a dress in Juanita's size? Yeah, that sounds like fun. Didn't you see how much trouble you had finding her a princess costume? But Gaby is powerless in the face of haute couture and agrees. Mrs. H calls Carlos back in (he has no idea Gaby is anywhere near the place) and bids Gaby adieu with a strange smile. Is she being less than truthful with Gaby? Quelle surprise!