We find out that Janet wasn't on the train because she headed over to the Deckers' place. She has a little something for Trina: "I saw it in a window on the way home from work and thought of you." We then see the women sitting at a table while Trina thumbs through Benjamin Spock's Baby and Child Care. Janet says, "I wish someone had given me a copy when I was raising Ricky. Of course, at the time, I was bound and determined to do it all on my own." Trina gives her a look like Why does that not surprise me? Janet continues, "Under normal circumstances, I would simply march over here and show you how it's done, but it seems I won't be around nine months from now. Or perhaps even one month." Trina is suitably taken aback that Roger took a job in Ohio. Janet says tightly, "He's flying down to look for a place for us tomorrow. Never mind that my entire life's here, my home, everyone I care about ..." Trina reaches out for Janet's hand. Janet composes herself and asks, "What am I going to do?' "Tell Roger you don't want to go," Trina says. Janet says, "I can't do that. I'm his wife and I took vows to support him." Trina barely keeps from rolling her eyes and points out to Janet that it is, in fact, 1976 and not 1876, so it's not like Janet has no choice but to pack up and follow her man when he decides to light out on the Oregon trail. Metaphorically speaking, that is. Trina underlines her point with, "You have a say in this, Janet."
Across the street, Laurie and Doug are busy wishing Anderson Cooper would hurry up and invent CNN, because they're not getting a whole lot of information about the earthquake from The Young and the Restless. Susan wanders in to ask what's going on, and Laurie gives her the scoop -- terrible quake in Guatemala City, 20,000 dead, Doug's roommate possibly among them. Doug exits, all agitated, and Laurie flies to her mom for a hug. Bruce comes in right then, loudly complaining about the holiday traffic. Susan tells Laurie to go get BJ for dinner and she's all "I'm not hungry." Bruce, who has just noticed that he's got a lot of live lobsters in his back entryway, quips, "Yeah, that makes two of us." Susan lays down the law: "We are having dinner as a family." Laurie and Bruce unite in a rare moment of perfect empathy, all What the hell? and Bruce says he'll wash up. Susan decides she'll just freeze him out. That is exactly the first step you should take in trying to repair the relationship between you and your husband.