Susan catches MJ filling up the sink with mud, because "Daddy needs work." She says he only gets paid when other people have plumbing problems, though. He asks if he should do this to someone else's sink, and she says that would be wrong. But then a light bulb goes off over her head. Soon she's paying Bree to clog her drain, Lynette to break her toilet, Angie to break her garbage disposal, and Bree to fill her bathtub with potting soil. She gives them the money to pay Mike for his work. [Except she does the damage that day, and tells most of them not to call until later in the week, so now they're all screwed. - Z] At Bree's office, she gets off the phone and tells Sam they have to prepare a dinner for the publishing sales team, who feel Southern cookbooks are a tad overdone. She says they have to really impress them, and Sam's ready and willing to help, but first he has something to share about Andrew that he found while auditing the books. Cut to Bree lecturing Andrew for overcharging clients by an extra case of vodka here or a case of wine there. She tells him it's stealing, but he turns it around to ask if she can't see the type of person Sam is. She says he's the type of person who left college to help his dying mother, and Andrew's the type who steals from clients. Andrew storms out and she follows him. He asks how stupid Bree can be, letting Sam manipulate her, and then says if he's the problem, Bree should just fire him. She tells him she's tempted, so he shouldn't push her. Andrew barely -- but very deliberately -- pushes her shoulder, and she fires him. When she goes inside, Andrew sees Sam's upstairs watching it all with a smirk. The villains are never obvious at all on this show, are they?
Episode Report CardDeAnn Welker: B- | 1295 USERS: C+
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