Lynette calls Tom, who's teaching Parker to drive, to ask him how long Irina and Preston will be away from the house. She tells him she's stealing Irina's passport number to initiate a background search with her new best friend at Immigration. She finds the passport, but while she's writing down the number, Irina and Preston come in, all giggly. She can't get out in time, so she hides behind the open closet door and watches and listens as Irina seduces Preston. She texts Tom to get home now, and he tells Parker to pull over so he can get home fast. Parker: "I can go fast." Lynette, totally disgusted, picks up a baseball and throws it through the window just as Tom and Parker pull up. It nearly hits Tom as he gets out of the car. When Preston and Irina look out the window, Lynette slips out.
Bree's cooking her sample dinner, which is something drizzled in sherry, with only Sam as company. He tells her how amazing it is that she's so focused on this dinner considering everything with Andrew. She tells him it's not a big deal: It's her pattern with Andrew. They fight, and he will eventually come back to work for her, because he's her son. It's clear Sam's not happy about this. You know who else isn't happy? Mike, when he comes home and tells Susan he found her earring in Gaby's drain. First she tries to lie (badly), then she offers sex, then really dirty sex, but nothing's working. He tells her they need to give the money back to all her friends, but she finally admits she paid for it all. He's humiliated, but she points out the truck repossession actually clued everyone in on his financial problems. She says he should let her make a few payments on his truck, but he says it's his problem. She thinks if he can't let her help, maybe there's something wrong with their marriage. To prove that's not it, he goes to sleep on the couch. Because we all know that only happens in the best marriages.
Angie comes home at night, to an empty house, and hears a noise. She wanders around and it's sufficiently creepy that I start to wonder if I locked my doors. She picks up a vase (um, doesn't she have, like, a million guns?) to bash whoever's face in when the phone rings. It's Nick, who's on his way home. She tells him she's sort of spooked, and asks him to hurry home. When she hangs up, we see Patrick's watching her from outside the window. The next day (I guess), Bob and Lee are toasting Gaby for being such a good friend. They all start to drink, but they won't let Gaby -- both for fertility reasons and because she's a sloppy drunk. She asks them about babies, and they tell her they want a girl to put in baby beauty pageants. She says she hopes "we" have a boy and she's sick of buying dresses. Bob sits down and tells her they'll be moving near Lee's family in upstate New York, but they'll come to visit. She says, "It just never occurred to me you guys would leave and take my only son." Bob tells her the child will have her genes, but it won't be hers, and she looks heartbroken. It's ridiculous, but Eva Longoria Parker's so good that I actually buy it. Then she smiles halfheartedly and pretends she gets it. She heads home and gets all emotional to her family about seeing Juanita's face every day.