In with Ed, things are going, you guessed it: supremely well! Ed is a big fan of one of Tom's old campaigns. Ed even goes so far as to quote the commercial: "Do not eat the cheese, the cheese is evil!" he says in a little rat voice. High fives are exchanged. Lynette smiles painfully and then starts pointing out holes in Tom's résumé, asking him why he left the date range off of one of his jobs. Well, because, you see, he was only there five months. And why did he leave? Because he was fired! But that, Tom explains to Ed, was only because they didn't get Tom's sense of humor. In fact, he tried to pitch the "cheese is evil" campaign there first, but they hated it. Ed: "Idiots! Well, their loss, right?" Ed is kind of awesomely brainless. Ed asks Tom about the Clio he won. Lynette: "Did you do that solo?" Tom: "Actually, no. My wife helped me on that one. She's in advertising too. But if you were to ask her, I'm sure she'd say that she did the whole thing all by herself." Lynette laughs through clenched teeth. Ed: "Credit hog, huh? I know the type!" Ed tells Tom how much he likes him, how he's totally-there guy. Lynette jumps in and says something about checking Tom's references before they make anything official. Ed delivers a final "cheese is evil" sound-bite, and then makes his exit, leaving Tom and Lynette to exchange a feisty little "game on" kind of look.
At church. Gabby goes into the confession booth to see Father Crowley. "How long has it been since your last confession?" he asks. Gabby, scoffing: "Who cares?" She IDs herself and then tells him that he needs to get rid of Sister Mary Hotpants because the nun is sabotaging Gabby's marriage. Gabby: "First it started with the love letters while he was in prison. And the next thing I know, they're spending day and night together. Sneaking off to 'private bible study' and 'one-on-one spiritual consultation.' And if that isn't enough, he is saying her name in his sleep: 'Hold me, Sister Mary. Hold me.' It's disgusting. He's like a lovesick puppy." Father Crowley asks her if she really believes that Carlos and SMH are "having sex." Gabby hesitates. Crowley: "Speak from the heart, Gabrielle. This is just between me, you, and God." Gabby casts a look heavenward and then lies through her perfect little teeth: "Yeah. Yep. They're having sex. Carlos confessed everything. Right before he asked for an annulment." The good Father is totally scandalized, and he slams down the little door between their booths and walks out of the confessional. Gabby leaves, too, but then she spies a different priest heading into the confessional. So she, too, goes back in. "Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned," she says in a super-bored voice. The new priest asks her how longs its been. Gabby: "Mom, not that long ago...look, I sort of told a fib. So! How many Hail Marys is that going to set me back?" Work it, Gabby.