Susan's. She puts the kettle on, so we can all have tea. The phone rings. Julie answers and Susan eavesdrops. She overhears Zack say, "You didn't tell her what I told you, did you? About what happened to Dana?" and her eyes get real big. Julie assures Zack that she can keep a secret. Tragically for Susan, as soon as the going gets good, the tea kettle starts to whistle and she has to hang up before her cover is blown.
KimberBree hangs out at a Wisteria Lane's local diner, drinking coffee. Why, here comes George, who I presume followed her there. On his way to her table, he steals a steak knife from an unoccupied table and pockets it. Like (a) he wouldn't have brought his own weapon; (b) the diner's usual place settings would include a sharp old steak knife instead of a standard knife; and (c) the diner even serves steak. Maybe chicken-fried steak. Damn, I love chicken-fried steak. Shit, now I'm hungry. Where was I? Yes, George. He makes a series of creepy stalker faces and then gets himself under control so that he can greet KimberBree, who is surprised to see him. He explains that he was "out walking" (read: "walking behind her"), and saw her in the window "from the sidewalk" (read: "from the bushes"). "I never thought of you as a diner person," he says. KimberBree says that she isn't, and that the coffee is "dreadful," but that she had to get away from all that sexual chemistry she has with her husband, and this was the only place still open. George hints around that he doesn't want to interrupt, but KimberBree, of course, asks him if he'd like to join her for "a dreadful cup of coffee."