At the Scavo home later, Lynette's cooking when Tom comes in and grabs about three bags of chips from the kitchen. He tells her wants to be prepared for the hunger since he's never smoked pot before. He also has Pink Floyd on his headphones, because he heard it complements the medicinal qualities of "Blueberry Bliss." Lynette points out that Tom, the college nerd, is loving that he can finally smoke pot and be cool. Tom protests he was plenty cool, but he didn't smoke pot because he was too busy signing an abstinence pledge with his Dungeons & Dragons group. I guess Tom doesn't know the meaning of the word "cool." Tom invites Lynette to join him behind the garage for a little doobage, but she tells him to take this seriously. She doesn't want the kids to see their dad stoned, but he tells her not to worry, because he has total stoner sunglasses on. He takes off, but leaves the pot behind. Lynette, being Lynette, takes this opportunity to swap out the pot with oregano.
In the laundry room at their apartment, Mike asks Susan what she wants to do for their anniversary on Saturday. She's thinking Chez Naomi (remember, that's where Mike said they might as well eat money), and he protests only a little before giving in to the splurge for Susan. He leaves her folding laundry, and the lady across the laundry room pipes up that Chez Naomi's awfully expensive, and it must be nice. Susan introduces herself, and the other lady says she's Stacy Strauss (she's also Lenore on Hung). She accuses Susan of lifting her move of putting the feather duster in her mouth. Susan swears she doesn't watch the other girls perform. Stacy yells at her about getting the big bonus check, and tells her to watch her back.
Back at the Scavo Home of Fake Potheads, Tom comes in and tells Lynette's he's "Lucy in the Sky High." She tells him this must be pretty intense for him and moves her hands quickly in front of his face. He musters a "Whoa" in response. Then Lynette talks gibberish, reminding him that "tomorrow we have to trombone 3-D banana patch. Remember?" He says this stuff is really strong, and Lynette replies, "Snow shovel." Tom: "Exactly!" Then he tells her that he was just upstairs watching Paige sleep for like an hour. He's all blissful about how perfect she is and how lucky he is. He couldn't feel happier. Lynette kisses his head and tells him how happy she is that it's working.