Susan asks why he'd humiliate her in front of her friends, and asks if he's a lunatic. He says, "I'm just trying to get through to you, and, yeah, it's making me kind of crazy." She just glares. He asks why he can't meet her friends. Dude, give up now. These are not people you want to meet. You will likely end up dead or a murderer, or sleeping with Edie. None of these are good things.
She says he's not horrible, and her friends would love him, but if she introduces him to her friends then they're in a relationship and she can't be in one right now. He says he'll make her happy, but she says he might not deserve to be happy. She tells him the story from the opening, about the car accident and Mike.
Edie and Dave are arguing. She says she can't take the high road, and calls the other ladies "smug bitches." He says they live here now, and it's important they get along. She's mad she let him talk her into moving back and asks why he was so gung-ho about that anyway (maybe a question you should have asked before, Mrs. Williams). He just says that they can be happy here, but they need "these people to like us" because it will "just make everything easier." That's all he says, and it's very creepy. I love him.
Gale's telling Susan not to feel guilty about an accident. Susan replies, "You know what, Jackson? You're going to going to say anything I haven't already heard a million times." And we have a name, ladies and gentlemen, at 48 minutes into the episode. But she said she told him because she wants him to understand why she can't let him in her life. He asks if he can keep hanging out and see if she changes her mind. She guesses she can handle that. He leans in for a kiss, but the lights flip back on, and he tells her to go inside and have fun with her friends, and call him when she's free.
Back at home, Bree's working on her spun sugar. She opens the silverware drawer and finds a sippy cup. I have been in a lot of homes of a lot of parents and grandparents and I have never seen a sippy cup in the silverware drawer. That's just odd. But then, it's Bree, so I'm sure there is some crazy OCD reason that's where it's kept. But this triggers a flashback of Danielle taking her baby away. Bree is like, "You can't take him. We agreed this would be best." Danielle is like, "We never agreed. I never had a say. But I am married now, to a lawyer, and he's mine." Bree screams and cries that the kids and grandchild are all she has. Danielle tells her she's just going to have to find something else. Back in the present, Orson walks in, and says, "Honey, come to bed. It's after two." Presumably, Orson is the something else Bree found. She tells him she's perfecting her recipe since the cooking show agreed to redo the segment. He says he won't tell her how to run her business, adding, "It's your baby." (What is with everything being someone's baby in this episode, anyway?) Bree: "Yes it is." Ah, so the cooking is the replacement baby. Poor Bree.