Susan and Gaby are shopping for dresses. Susan like some pretty, expensive ones, but Gaby reminds her she's on a budget. Susan says she's been selling a lot of jewelry, and Gaby's like, "Get out!" But then adds a quick "...out there and sell more jewelry." Susan goes to try on a silk dress, leaving Gaby alone to have her own crisis. Which happens when a little girl in the mall mistakes Gaby for her mom. Gaby crazily asks the girl's mom where she was born, and when, but the lady takes off as anyone would. Then Gaby looks around and sees three other little girls who could be hers. Cut to Gaby telling Bob she has to find the little girl. He says he works with a private detective, but Sanchez is such a common name, which is why the hospital didn't find them already. But Gaby knows something the hospital doesn't. When she was in labor, the other woman's mother came into Gaby's room by mistake and got to talking: She lived in El Paso and was excited to have her granddaughter baptized at Santa Maria's church. Bob says that will help, and asks if Carlos is on board with this. Gaby lies that he absolutely is.
Susan shows up at Maxine's to get the latest money; while she's there, she notices Stacy Strauss on the monitor, vacuuming off her apron. She yells to Maxine that Stacy's stealing her vacuum bit. Maxine clearly doesn't give a shit, so Susan steals Stacy's room key on her way out. But the next door we see is Bree's, where a sexily-dressed Renee is knocking. Bree answers in a cardigan that goes up to her chin and her hair pulled up on the sides. Very prim. Bree says she's ready to party, and Renee says she looks like she's ready to tour the Reagan library. Bree protests that this is a cocktail cardigan: "Look closely. The buttons are shiny." Renee heads to Bree's closet, where she's disgusted at all the sweater sets. She tells Bree that when two women go out, they can both be pretty or one can be a grenade; which does she want to be? Bree pulls a black dress out of the back of the closet; Renee's impressed with the plunging neckline, but Bree, disgusted, tells her that's the back!
At the club, lots of people dance but Renee insists the place is dead, since everyone seems to be already paired up. Renee makes a Nightline joke, which sets Bree off discussing said show. Then Renee notices a hot guy at the end of the bar -- and it's Hot Handyman. Bree tells Renee not to bother, since he has a girlfriend, but she says if she can't see her, she doesn't exist. Bree tells the bartender what a fool her friend's about to make of herself, but the bartender tells her that Stephanie dumped Keith (finally! We know his name!) earlier today, and he's here drowning his sorrows. Bree heads to the bathroom, where she takes her hair down and flips her dress around. Her cleave is distractingly down to there when she comes back out and bumps into Hot Handyman. He tells her he's leaving, since he has to work tomorrow and his boss is pretty strict. She flirts that she is very strict, and then heads over to Renee. Renee's happy with Bree's new look, but tells her she's going home with Keith, who's pulling the car around. Bree tries every tactic to get her not to go home with him -- without admitting she has a thing for him. Bree asks Renee "What about me?" Renee, totally tone-deaf (or pretending), tells Bree, "It's getting late. Stay in a dim light, and don't play hard to get."