At the test kitchen, Katherine asks if she can leave early, and Bree lets her go. Andrew walks in as she's leaving, and tells Bree and Orson that Charlie stole the surveillance tape after finding out what the "concrete evidence" Bree spoke of was. Bree wants to press charges, but Andrew tells them the surveillance tape was also a sex tape, according to Charlie. Andrew asks if they have any idea who it might be, and Orson's "Oh, dear God," elicits a "Yep, I kinda thought so" from Andrew. Bree's confused, because she turned the camera off. Orson says he turned it off, too, while she was looking for the olive oil. Kinky! And messy. Bree says they need the tape back, and Andrew says Charlie wants $2,000 for it, or he'll post it on YouTube. Bree refuses to pay blackmail to someone who's stolen from them twice. Bree reminds Andrew of all of the lessons she's taught him in life and tells him to forget them all and do whatever's necessary to get the tape back. Andrew's all, "So, carte blanche?" And Orson tells him they're not condoning arson or violence, but Bree cuts him off and tells him not to cramp Andrew's style. I like Bree so much more this episode than I have all season. Evil, non-rule-following Bree is so much more fun than the cold, rigid mental patient we usually see.
A bunch of kids and parents are at Celia's birthday party, as she's making her wish. We (and Gaby) see Grandma Nutjob pull up. Gaby runs out to greet her. She says she came to give Celia her birthday gift, but she can't give it to Gaby, because she was going to take her shopping for an exquisite antique doll, so she'll wait until the party's over. Gaby doesn't want Grandma Nutjob driving off with Celia, so Grandma Nutjob invites her, too. Gaby runs out of polite and tells Grandma Nutjob to knock off the creepy, clingy routine. It's only been three days. Gaby tells her she's been too generous, because the family isn't for sale. Grandma Nutjob gets evil and says Gaby isn't the first greedy bitch who's tried to bleed her dry and then wash her hands of her. Gaby tells her to get off her property, right as Carlos walks out and asks what's going on. Grandma Nutjob tells him she came to buy Celia a doll, and he just heard Gaby's response. He tries to apologize, but Grandma Nutjob says it's too late. She clearly doesn't watch this show or she'd know better than to hold Gaby against Carlos. Gaby's crazy and unstable. You can't blame Carlos for that. At least not any more.