Carlos's office. Lynette's there, just stopping by to say hi. She basically wants reassurance that she'll get her job back even though Carlos says Tom's amazing (though Lynette tries hard to get him to admit Tom's not amazing; what a good wife). Carlos assures her it's her job whenever she wants it, but he thought she wouldn't be coming back to work after the baby was born. She stops and asks why he'd think that, and he says that's what Tom said. Something tells me he shouldn't have told her that, but now she wants details and plays the "I Saved Celia" card. [She also plays the "I will kill a different one of your family members" card. Too soon? - Z]
Comedy club. Eddie's talking about cats and dogs. It's really not funny. When he finishes, no one even laughs or claps. At his friends' table, they pretend he was funny [even though they totally didn't clap, either. - Z], and Julie says she didn't know there were so many differences between dogs and cats. Eddie goes after his free drink, and Ana makes a face to Julie, who asks Porter to walk her to the car to get her jacket. They leave, and Danny gets up to use the restroom. Ana asks him what's the matter with him, since he pays no attention to her. He says there's not a lot of room to be into her, since she's so into herself. She can't believe he just called her conceited, and he tells her to chill, since he didn't ask her to spell it. She says she's not stupid, and not the attention whore at this table. She calls his suicide attempt his "little stunt with the pills." She apologizes, but then he tells her not to be sorry since he likes the blunt Ana more than the cute Ana. She's like, "So, you think I'm cute?" They smile at each other. Uh-oh. He's so going to strangle her. And isn't she way too young for him, anyway?
Casa de Solis. Gaby's making margaritas so they can celebrate Mexican-style that Juanita got into Oak Ridge. Carlos isn't so sure he wants her to go there, though, and suggest a public school farther away with a higher Latino population. She would rather have her in a better school right here than all the way across town just so she can be with "those people." Carlos is like, "You mean 'our people'?" Gaby says their people are rich, private-school people. Carlos accuses Gaby of being ashamed of being Mexican, since all their friends are white and she wouldn't let him teach the girls Spanish. He says she's a self-hating Mexican, and she says he's a self-wiping Mexican. He asks what that means and she throws her margarita on his face. I like them so much more now that they're not being evil to Tom and Lynette.