Lynette's dress shopping with Irina at a Russian bridal shop, which was Irina's idea, but she hates the Russian woman working at the store. Lynette apologizes to the woman, who tells Lynette she's not losing a son, but "gaining a pain in the ass." They bond quickly, which is perfectly convenient for when Irina's phone rings, and Irina tells Lynette to answer it. It's an angry Russian man, so Lynette gives it to Irina. She scolds and yells, but won't tell Lynette what it was about. "If I wanted you to know, I would say it in English." When Irina goes back in the fitting room, the store clerk tells Lynette she can say it in English. See how well that bonding worked out for Lynette?
Also working retail is Danny Bolen, who's started his job at the coffeeshop. He serves a cappuccino to Patrick Logan, who John Barrowman plays perfectly creepy. He's all jovial about the novel he's working on, and tells Danny it started out as a love story but is getting kind of dark: This guy meets a girl and "basically creates her." Then one day, she disappears with another man and takes his baby. Danny says she sounds like a bitch, and Patrick agrees. Patrick says he's to the point where the guy who's looking for her tracks her down, but he's kind of stuck. Danny tells him he doesn't know the details, but since it's dark he thinks the guy would kill her. Patrick says that was his first instinct, too. Awww. What a wonderful father-son bonding moment. He's making Nick look like Father of the Year. And Nick had sex with the girl Danny liked, remember?
Gaby and Carlos argue about the whole eggs-for-Bob-and-Lee situation. He says no way in hell, since he owns half of anything that comes out of her uterus. He threatens to take her credit cards away, and she pretends not to care, but really she's just hidden them. Then he changes tactics, and begs her not to have her DNA living next door. She says it's too late; her mind's made up. She wants Bob and Lee to have the same love and joy "that we occasionally have with our children." At an Immigration Office somewhere, Lynette's filling an extra from The Office in on Irina's phone call. He tells her a government agency can't investigate her future daughter-in-law just because she thinks she's not right for her son. Lynette leaves and finds an Immigration employee who hates her daughter-in-law, and gives her an earful instead.