The smile soon fades -- owing to a contrived series of coincidences, Janet knocks over a box containing Trina's photos and comes across the one of Roger clad in nothing but Tom's shorts.
And now comes a scene so painful I can hardly bear to re-watch it, much less recap it: Janet stalks out with the puzzle piece in one hand and the photo of Roger in the other, and she snarls, "There isn't going to be a tie. I found out your secret, Trina." Bruce and Susan stop their private moment and look over as Janet continues, "Maybe you'd like to explain why there's a half-naked photograph of my husband hidden in your closet? Aren't there enough men hopping in and out of your bed without trying to seduce mine too?" Roger and Tom have just noticed the confrontation. Trina is really remorseful and -- this is so classy -- refrains from dragging Susan under the bus with her. Susan, bless her, intercedes, and that is how Janet finds out that Roger and Susan spent some time together, and that Susan knew about Roger losing his job before Janet did. Janet stammers furiously, "Naturally, you told him that rather than go home and discuss the fact that he got fired with his wife, he should head over here and have a field day with the swingers." Which is totally unfair to drag Trina into this, but it's evident Janet isn't willing to get really pissed at Roger and Susan just yet. Oh, when she does, though, she's going to make the wrath of Khan look like a baby's crying fit. Anyway, Janet tells Trina "I think you know what you can do with that question mark" and she heads off. Roger's like "Well, I better go. She's my ride." And Bruce is like, "You hung out with Roger and didn't tell me? The hell?"
Back at the Thompsons', Janet is making the angriest pot of coffee ever, when Roger follows her into the kitchen and asks, "Aren't you even going to let me explain?' Janet snaps, "Why should I? You've gotten so good at lying, how would I even know what the truth was anyway." Roger cites her reaction as the reason he didn't tell her he got fired, which is, if you ask me, a total douche move. Instead of taking responsibility for his own actions and motivations, he's saying Janet controls his every move? I cry horse pucky. Janet sets him straight: "This is not about your stupid job. This is about you confiding in another woman instead of turning to me, your wife." Roger feebly rebuts, "Things always have to be so perfect with you, Janet. Our whole marriage, I've tried to get it right. I love you, but it's not so easy to talk to you." On the one hand: how lonely it must be, not to be able to talk to your spouse. On the other: Roger, you train people with how they'll treat you, and you're as responsible for this marital dynamic as Janet is. I said it before and I'll say it again: putting the blame on her for your actions is a douche move. Like, even more douche than Bruce's liplock with Melinda. Janet is understandably confused: "What are you talking about?" Roger's done for the night; he leaves Janet in the kitchen. These poor guys -- they totally lack the vocabulary to express themselves.