Speaking of getting men without leaving the house, Susan's doing her sexy-talk and vacuum act, and ends with a little finale in which she pretends there's lint on her apron and then vacuums it off, sucking off her apron to reveal an even skimpier sheer nightie. Maxine comes in then and tells Susan how amazing she is, and gives her a bonus check for being the top girl of the month. She even unseated Stacy Strauss, which she assures Susan isn't easy to do. Susan thanks Maxine and says she and Mike are finally starting to save some money. Maxine tells her not to save everything; she should also treat herself to something nice.
Hot Handyman's eating a ham, gruyere, and fig mustard sandwich Bree made when a young, cute girl drives up in a Jeep. Hot Handyman introduces her as his girlfriend, Stephanie, so Bree runs directly across the street and tells Renee to let the stud hunt begin.
Later, poker's apparently at Gaby's, as she's staring at a picture of herself and Juanita when Bree comes in and asks her if something's wrong. Gaby pretends she's okay, and they join the other ladies. Beth's sharing all about her floozy of a mom, who'd move in various guys during her childhood. Gaby asks how Beth and Paul met, but Beth doesn't want to bore them. Lynette assures them they won't be bored and offers her more wine. Beth says she saw Paul's picture in the paper during the trial, and his eyes spoke to her. Susan asks her if the headline, "Arrested for murder," didn't speak to her. Beth admits that gave her pause, but when they started corresponding she realized how great Paul is. She says you can't help who you fall in love with, and calls Paul a real "lady-killer" with a creepy giggle that makes me think she might know she's speaking literally. She says they fogged up the Plexiglas with that one. And she always knew in her heart he was innocent. She says she was right, and all the other ladies look skeptical. Lynette says, "Yeah. So let's play cards."