Later, Bree's depressed, so Orson makes her real hot chocolate. He asks if that isn't worth a smile. She tells him her son tried to ruin her career, so she doesn't think she'll ever smile again. He doesn't think Andrew had anything to do with it, since too much planning went into it. He tells her to think about it: The sherry had to be substituted after she'd planned the recipe and sampled it, but before the event. AND it had to be an ingredient she wouldn't sample. He tells her, "Come on, Andrew's not clever enough to pull that off. He can't even steal a case of wine without getting caught." She asks who did it, and he says it would have to be someone smart enough to get an MBA. She asks why Sam would want to hurt her, and Orson says Andrew's the one taking this fall. She wonders what he stands to gain, and Orson says, "Hmm. What a good question. Enjoy your chocolate." And wheels away, letting her think.
In a garage, Mike tells us (and someone standing on our side of the camera) about how he's so deep in debt that he can't tell Susan. He says Karl's money wouldn't begin to cover the bills, and he doesn't think she'd ever love him if she knew. Camera pans to Carlos who asks how much Mike needs. Man, THAT is a good friend. Danny's working at the coffeeshop later when Patrick comes in again. Danny thought he'd left town, but he says he won't until he finishes his book. Danny asks if he killed the woman, and Patrick says he tried to write it that way, but it seemed too easy. He says he has a better idea: Since the worst thing she did was to take the kid, the best revenge is to take something from her. Danny asks what he could take that's as bad, and then it dawns on him: the kid. "He's gonna take the kid, right?" Man, that Danny is dense.
Gaby finds Bob sitting alone on his porch, drinking. She asks if Carlos talked to him, and he did. She apologizes that Carlos didn't want her to do it, but she guesses he does have a say. Bob replies blankly that it's understandable, since it was a lot to ask. She asks where Lee is, and Bob says he left, since they got in another fight after Carlos left. And they broke up. Basically, Bob wants a child, but Lee can't go through it again. Gaby asks if there's anything she can do, and Bob gives her a glare. Then he again tells her it was a lot to ask, and it's okay, but it's very clear that it's not. She leaves him there alone.
Wedding day! Preston can't find his shoe, but Tom tells him to hurry, since it's almost time for the wedding. Eddie's there and says something stupid about wearing sneakers. Tom finds Lynette and asks where the shoe is. Lynette put it in the oven, because the woman at Immigration never called her back, and she's screwed. So she wanted a few minutes before telling him she isn't going to the wedding. She says she won't be a hypocrite, but Tom says if Lynette thinks Irina has power now, just wait until she doesn't go to his wedding. Lynette wishes she went to church more, since she could use a favor from God. The Immigration lady pulls up, and Lynette looks up, saying, "See you Sunday morning." Then she finds Irina looking bridely, and tells her she looks beautiful, and must have looked pretty the first time, too, when she got married to someone in Russia. And she's not divorced, either. Irina says Alexei never worked and treated her badly, and he won't sign the divorce papers. Lynette says that explains him, but what about the guy in Italy, who pressed charges after she cleaned out his bank account. She says he was a pig and she earned every penny. Lynette says there's a term in America for women who get paid for sex, and it's not "daughter-in-law." Irina gets all threatening as she walks toward Lynette and says that her opinion doesn't matter, because Preston's is the only one that does, and if Lynette gives him her file, she'll explain it all away and he'll believe every word. "He always does." But Preston's standing the doorway, and asks Lynette to leave, so he can talk to Irina. She leaves, but he takes the file from her on her way out.