They've added shots of the cast to the opening credits. That picture of the guy in the cadet outfit I believe is a picture of Mark Valley. He went to West Point, you know. And fought in Desert Storm. Some of you are drooling into your keyboards already. Stop it.
When we return from commercials (shut up, all you stupid, shrieking Clairol women), Lily is obsessing over the Phil Parker thing some more over the phone with Jennie "Riding In Cars With Boys" Bradbury. She tells Jennie about the dream and the locket. Jennie doesn't care, really. What a good friend she is. Downstairs, a housekeeper who is not Rosa from the pilot cuts up avocados while Mason "Danielle Chase" Greeley McAllister eats breakfast nearby. The housekeeper stops briefly because she hears some squeaking noise. What could possibly be making a squeaking noise in the kitchen? Oh, the suspense.
Upstairs in their bedroom, Catherine is discussing the family schedule of the day with Will "Here Comes the Brood" McAllister. Catherine: "Can you take the kids? I'm supposed to meet Beth at 10:30." Will: "I had an affair. I know you know." Catherine: "Mrs. Williamson has asked me to chair at another pediatrics hospital. I mean, how many sick kids are there in this city?" Will: "Did you hear what I just said?" Catherine: "Yes. Will, I think Pilar is smoking in the house. I found a pack of cigarettes in the sideboard. You know, it really bothers me that every time Rosa goes back to Honduras, we're obligated to use one of her random relatives." Wow, way to avoid the issue and explain away the sudden casting change from the pilot. Catherine's all about multitasking.
Downstairs, Pilar pauses in her food preparations to track down the squeaking noise she keeps hearing. She traces it down to the cabinets under the sink and opens it with an expression like she couldn't possibly know what could be making squeaking noises in a kitchen. Back upstairs, Will is trying in vain to get Catherine to say something about her feelings about the affair. Catherine responds, fuming but composed, "What would you like me to say, Will, in the five minutes we have before you take the kids to school?" Point to Catherine. Bringing up the affair when you know there isn't time to discuss it is bad form. It's not as bad as revealing it in a public place to keep the spouse from making a scene, but it's close. Their discussion, or lack thereof, is interrupted by a scream from downstairs.