Susan's house. She's in a silky nightie, vacuuming. She's doing everything she can to cover up her totally lopsided boobs (and, really? Why am I always recapping lopsided boobs). Maxine comes in then to tell her how boring she is, and give her some pointers. We get some much more awesome and sexier scenes of Lainie Kazan gyrating with the vacuum and then the duster, and then rubbing the table clean with her giant breasts. Susan gets the point, but says she can't loosen up. Maxine calls her the "perfect woman," which is ridiculous. I mean, why is this show so in love with her. Anyway, Susan tries to loosen up, and Maxine grabs her from behind and teaches her how.
At the Scavos, Penny's eating at the table as Renee has a conversation with her ex-husband about how he better give her everything she wants or she'll take half of everything, even his new lover's implants. When Renee hangs up, Lynette asks her to notice the child in the room. Renee replies by asking Penny what "Auntie Renee" taught her about marriage. Penny: "Never sign a prenup." Tom comes home early, sick for the third time in a week. Lynette tells him to go to the doctor, but first: go to the grocery store, please. He's tired, but so's she. He tells her he'll go to the doctor tomorrow. He leaves, and Renee warns Lynette, because they're sounding a lot like she and Doug did.
Out on the lane, Bree's filling Mrs. McC and Lee in on Juanita: She's fine. Tom joins them, and there's more than a little bitterness directed his way from Lee, put there by exposition fairies to remind us they broke up. Mrs. McC says it's been a month and can't they just kiss each other's bottoms and make up. I would be offended if I cared. A crazy woman, played by Emily Bergl, comes down the street with a goldfish in a bowl, and tells them she's lost. She's looking for Paul Young. They ask if she's a friend, but before she can answer, he comes up and introduces her as Beth, his wife.