Orson is wiping the counter when Bree comes in. He hired someone to replace Charlie, and this girl comes with a strong recommendation from her father, who heads the local FBI office. And they're also Mormon. Bree couldn't be more pleased with her husband's performance. Bree has good news, too: The Christian Reader published a review of her cookbook, and it's a rave, all about her upstanding values and sinfully delicious recipes. They're both happy with how great it's been working together. He says the hardest part is keeping his hands off her and starts kissing her, then puts her on the counter. She requests an oven mitt as a pillow, and then the scene ends. But they presumably continue to have sex all over the religions mentioned earlier in the scene. How very subversive of you, show.
Gaby goes to wake her girls in the morning, and they're coloring all over the walls in the room they slept in. She's horrified, but Mrs. H comes in and tells Gaby it's fine, that they're just doing an art project; she told the girls to decorate however they wanted. Gaby asks why she'd want to ruin her beautiful room, but Mrs. H says it's not her room anymore; it's Juanita and Celia's. She's getting a new TV and bunkbeds and will have it ready by the time they're there next weekend. Gaby says she and Carlos have plans, but Mrs. H says she'll send a car for the girls, and asks the girls what they think. They're in, and Juanita says, "Thank you, Mrs. Hildebrandt." Mrs. H asks what she told them, and Juanita says, "Thank you, Grandma." And Mrs. H officially becomes Grandma Nutjob. Weirdest moment ever.
Gaby agrees, as she's currently telling Carlos they're leaving now. He asks how they'll get out after saying they'd stay all weekend. She says he should tell Grandma Nutjob he has some blind thing to go to. It's always nice to have a disabled spouse that you can use for such purposes. Carlos points out they need to be careful because of her pull at the country club, and the Europe trip. Gaby says they're not going, but Carlos says they need the $100,000. He says he'll tell her they have to shop for Celia's party.
Porter's meeting Anne in secret in the park. She starts crying and says she doesn't know what to do. He wants to help. She says it's all a mess, and Porter assumes his mom did something like call Mr. Schilling. She says no, and he asks her to spill it. So she does: She's pregnant. He doesn't run away screaming. I'm not sure if that's a good or bad thing.