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Lynette disagrees with mom Maisy Gibbons when she tries to produce a "politically correct" play about "Little Red Riding Hood" at the twins' school. Meanwhile, Susan continues to investigate the Zach's disappearance and soon finds that his father, Paul, put him in Seacrest, a mental institution. Mama Solis comes closer to discovering Gabrielle's secret, and Bree comes enraged when Rex suggests they hire a sex surrogate.
Gabrielle: Yeah, I’ve seen who you’ve been busy with.
John: Danielle? Come on, I mean, she’s just a friend.
Gabrielle: Well, before you get any friendlier, let me remind you, I can do things to you she can’t even pronounce.
Lynette: Seriously, you’re taking your kids medication?
Jordana: Once in a while. Do you want a couple?
Lynette: Oh, that’s very kind of you, but I just smoked some crack a little while ago, so I better not mix.
Bree: (About sex) I love everything about it. The sensations, the smells. I especially love the feel of a man. All that muscle and sinew pressed against my body. And then, when you add friction. Mmm. . . the tactile sensation of running my tongue over a man’s nipple ever so gently. And then there’s the act itself - two bodies becoming one in that final eruption of pleasure. To be honest, the only thing I don’t like about sex is the scrotum. I mean, obviously it has its practical applications, but I’m just not a fan.
Julie: How am I supposed to blend in with a bunch of messed up teenagers?"
Susan: I dunno, pretend you're bulimic, gag a little.
While playing poker, Lynette's baby monitor flips from being on her left side to her right side.
As Susan follows Paul in her borrowed car, reflection of crew members can be seen in the window.