Scavo's Pizzeria. Karaoke. Orson's doing a not-that-bad rendition of "Break on Through", as Mrs. McClusky walks up to Edie and meets Dave. Edie and Mrs. McClusky tease each other, but Dave tells her it's a pleasure to meet her.
Susan walks by Gale (do we know his name yet? Have I just missed it somewhere?) and asks him what he's doing here. He says he just needs to talk to her. She says she'll call him later, but he should just go. She walks off, but my hunch is he's not going to leave.
Edie thanks the four ladies for this apology party. They tell her they're not apologizing. They're forgiving her for being so awful right before she left. She thinks they've got to be kidding, since they froze her out and ran her out of town. Dave comes over, compliments the party, and takes Edie away from the drama. (I love Neal McDonough and all, but he might get a little boring if he won't let Edie near drama.)
Then Gale starts singing and Mrs. McCluskey asks Susan if that's her painter. She says she can't tell. He is awesomely singing "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" and I think it's really Gale singing, so I just fell even more in love with him. (If he sticks around, weecapping this is going to be so much more fun than I thought.) Susan tries to stop him, but he keeps on: "Do you love me, babe? / What do you say?" Susan heads into the kitchen and shuts off the power. Groans all around. Tom says he'll have it back up in no time. Susan uses the dark to drag Gale off the stage and pull him outside the front window, where somehow the neon signs are still glowing strong. Maybe Tom and Lynette have those on a backup generator, because in an outage you always want your neon signs to work, right?