What Would Jack Do?
Registered: Aug 2003
Local time: 04:50 AM
Location: The land, the land down under.
Mike's awake, and Susan's the only one who doesn't know; as she's off in a cabin with Ian. When she finds out, she rushes to be by his side... but she doesn't know that Mike's lost 2 years of his memory, and Edie's been filling his head with lies.
Parker's terrible performance at baseball doesn't deter Lynette from pushing him harder, even going to the extent of bribing a pitcher to let her son hit a ball.
Carlos finds out he's legally allowed to move back into his own home, much to Gabrielle's disapproval.
Bree finds out that a certain upstanding member of society had, let's say, an interaction with her son Andrew when he was on the streets. Bree decides to tell the man's wife, but ends up learning something for herself.
Orson: When Andrew was on the street, he...uh...he didn't just beg for money. At times he...well, he did things to earn it.
Bree: Well, good. I mean, I'd hate to think he had no work ethic at all.
Orson: What I mean is, men hired him...uh...to do things... things he wasn't very proud of.
Orson: 'Fraid not.
Bree: Orson, you're scaring me. Did he do something awful?
Orson: No, no. Not awful. People do it all the time. I do it with you. I just don't pay you for it.
Bree's jaw drops and she gasps
Orson: I think someone could use some cocoa.