Bree greets Katherine in her makeup area. Katherine needs the keys to the cashbox to pay the caterers. Katherine's a little uptight that Bree's missing all of her catering gigs now that she's a super-famous cookbook writer, but Bree's like, "I'm sorry, but it's hard being this awesome, okay?" Katherine snits that Bree's photo shoot should go fine, because if there's one thing she's really good at, it's posing as a chef. Bree apologizes for being absent, but she has a gift for Katherine: the galleys of her new book. She tells her to read page two, which says, "For Katherine Mayfair, a wonderful cook and an even better friend." That seems to smooth things over.
The photographer tries to rush Bree, and she checks that there's a backup pie before leaving to, apparently, throw a pie in his face.
Meanwhile, Lynette catches Preston gambling at some sort of underground gambling circuit (it's actually in the pizza parlor), where Porter is selling tequila shots for five bucks each. Nice business venture boys, but mom's worried about losing the liquor license. To which Preston's like, "Mom, we've been doing this a month and no one has found out." Nice slip-up, dude, telling your mom how bad you've actually been. She takes a shot (I'm assuming Porter threw her that one for free).
That somehow segues into Susan having sex with Gale Harold. I have to take a brief moment to say that I'm not sure I can get used to this after all of the Gale Harold-Randy Harrison I have seen. Because this is pretty boring and lacking in chemistry compared to that. Gale Harold has apparently forgotten, though, because he tells Susan "That was incredible." She agrees and then throws his clothes on him and makes him leave. He's like, "It's been four months. Are you ever going to let me spend the night?" She doesn't know (because she's Susan and not ever really sure about anything). She hurries him along, and he's like, "Okay, but girls usually beg me to spend the night." (Again, he seems to forget, but: also boys.) He wonders when he can meet her kids and her friends and when this will become something normal. He wants to be a couple. It's very cute, and is going to force me to stop seeing him as Brian Kinney. She kisses him and tells him to go. He says, "Okay, but that's only going to work like 500 or 600 more times." Awww. Cute. (Do we even know his name yet? It would be nice if I could think of him as someone other than Brian.)