Gaby wants to take her daughter to the park for exercise. Juanita's not having any of it, though, so Gaby decides to make Juanita chase the car home. ("It's a new game I invented, and you're winning one to nothing.") What an excellent parent.
Bree tells Katherine that What's Cooking, Fairview? is coming out to do a piece on her and the book. Katherine's finished the book, and is pissed that at least a dozen recipes are hers or ones they developed together. Bree says she always changed at least one ingredient. For example: she changed minced curly-leaf parsley to minced flat-leaf, and... I'm sorry, there are different types of parsley? Yeah, I'm going to have to go with Katherine on this one. Katherine says Bree can't even make some of the recipes in the book. Bree says she's let Katherine make those in the past, but that doesn't mean she can't, and besides, she dedicated it to Katherine! Katherine is like, "No, you were right. That really was the least you could do."
Gaby's still driving and making Juanita follow her home, but Juanita's tired and sits down on the curb. Then a bus pulls up and Juanita gets on. She stares down, face still covered in cake, as the bus passes Gaby. I'm not sure where the bus is going, but she sure is smug. (And, also, this girl is really, really not four and a half.)
Lynette and Tom are talking to the twins, telling them that even though she wanted to ground them, Tom explained that they could trust them, so they have decided to let the boys go to the dance. Tom's pleased, but then Lynette gets her upper hand back. "...in your father's convertible." Tom knows he's been had. Lynette insists two cool kids can't show up in a mom car. They're like, "Thanks!" She's like, "Don't thank me. Thank your father." Then she tells them to do whatever it takes to have fun, which might be going a little far to get back at Tom, Lynette.