Oh, yay, back to the Sucky Solises. Carlos and Gabby pull up in front of Scott the ePorndog's house, though there's an odd kind of ad-hoc parking lot out front, so maybe this is Scott's' office? Either way, the scene is very "L.A. depressing." Also, there's like a Gremlin or a Pacer parked out front. Gabby (who incidentally sounds as though she's braving her way through a cold in this scene) tells Carlos, "Go get 'im, tiger!" Carlos turns off the engine and sighs. He can't go through with it. Gabby: "You promised!" Carlos: "Ever since I got out of prison, I've been trying to lead a better life. For the first time, I can honestly say that I'm a good Catholic, and I don't want to ruin that." Yeah, a good Catholic who just last week tried to swing with married Lynette! Gabby brightly suggests that Carlos beat up Scott today, and then just go to "an extra-long mass tomorrow." Carlos: "It doesn't work that way." Finally we get to the crux of Gabby's complaint: "You used to go crazy when [men] would so much as look at me the wrong way, and that's when I had clothes on!" They bicker back and forth, Gabby with the "you just don't love me as much as you used to" and Carlos with the "why can't you let me be a good person." Blah blah blah McBlah. Finally Gabby gives up, and then Carlos feels bad (or something...I'm not entirely clear on his motivations here), so he decides to go inside and "talk" to Scott (not hurt him, just talk). Gabby stays in the car, sucking on a cough drop. So I guess she has a cold? Possibly because of all her nakedness lately? Huh. It's so weird what the writers choose to be subtle about on this show.
Cut to: Scott's studio, which is basically a big chair with a cloudy-sky backdrop. Somehow this doesn't look like the kind of highfaluting photographer big-league runway model Gabby would have been dating. And why is his house/studio within driving distance of Fairview? Anyway, Carlos tells Scott to give back the photos of his wife, and Scott is more than happy to comply -- not because he feels guilty or intimidated, but because Gabby isn't "internet pretty," and her pages weren't doing that well, pageview-wise. Carlos finds this hard to believe. Scott explains that the web is about "fantasy, not fashion," and guys who are "surfing for porn, they don't care how clothes hang on the body, they just want to see the goods." Carlos: "My wife has a perfect figure." Scott: "Don't get me wrong, our little Gabby knows how to, ah, 'work a runway.' But when it comes to cyber-lovin', no real man's going to waste tissue on that." Wow! Also: Ew!