Zane Huett (Parker Scavo), Shawn Pyfrom (Andrew Van De Kamp), Shane Kinsman (Porter Scavo), Brent Kinsman (Preston Scavo), Joy Lauren (Danielle Van De Kamp) , Mark Brady (Officer #1), John Mariano (Oliver Weston), Gary Wolf (Mark), Jesse Corti (Social Worker), Mitch Silpa (Jerry), Barry Sigismondi (Football Coach), M.C. Gainey (Claude), Whitney Dylan (Kelli), Sam Horrigan (Dale Helm), Lee Tergesen (Peter McMillian), Eddie McClintock (Frank Helm), Currie Graham (Ed Ferrara)
Writing : Marc Cherry, Tom Spezialy
Lily's birth father, Dale, shows up, determined to take the baby with him. Gaby says they'll see him in court.
Gaby visits Dale at his Christian high school and pulls him out of a rally to tell him she'll help with college if he'll give up Lily. He says he's got a scholarship so he's set. And he wants Lily for his brother so he can get his girlfriend, the baby's mother, back. Gaby interrupts the assembly and gives an impromptu speech praising the team for its moral uprightness and how none of them would knock up a stripper because if they did, they'd be kicked off the team and lose their scholarships. She has no problem having Dale sign away all his rights to the baby after that.
But then the birth mother demands Lily back: she's gotten back together with her boyfriend and they want to raise the baby themselves after all.
Karl tries to break up with Edie by leaving a note on her pillow and sneaking out, but just then her alarm goes off. Edie sobs to her friends that there's another woman. Susan feigns surprise. She drops by to cheer Edie up, who drags her out to a local restaurant for drinks. Susan wants to know why Edie keeps harassing the waitress and Edie says Karl used to flirt with her all the time, so she must be the one. She trips the waitress and a knockdown, dragout fight ensues.
Edie tells Susan she feels like a sister to her now, since Karl cheated on them both. What Susan doesn't know is that Edie's hired a private investigator to find out who the other woman is.
Lynette is sick of having to work late because Ed doesn't want to go home to his wife, Fran. Lynette and Tom are sending frisky instant messages and one accidentally goes to Ed! She hastens to explain and he says it's fine, but he's jealous of her and Tom's relationship. She advises him to spice it up with some IMing of his own.
But Ed can't get beyond "What are you wearing?" Lynette tells him what to write and things are going great until Ed has to take a conference call. He tells Lynette to keep it going for him, and she has no choice. Fran types "Do you want me 2 do what I did on our honeymoon?" and Lynette responds, "Oh yeah." Trouble is, the thing she did on their honeymoon was bite his nipple off, so she knows it wasn't Ed IMing her. She threatens divorce unless he promises to fire the person responsible. But Ed doesn't plan to fire Lynette. He's going to fire Tom instead. Lynette says he can't do that, since Tom is under contract and he'll need cause. Ed says it won't be hard to find.
Bree is crushed when Peter's Sex Addicts Anonymous sponsor, Claude, tells him to stay away from her since she's "a lust trigger." She goes to reason with Claude at the donut shop where he works. While she's there, a guy comes in and hands over a small baggie to Claude, since he's also a sponsor for cocaine addicts. Claude won't budge when it comes to Peter, so as Bree's leaving, she happens to inform two policemen coming in that as a citizen, they should know that Claude has drugs on him.
With Claude out of the picture, Bree offers to be Peter's new sponsor and he tells her that will involve getting him out of some potentially ugly situations. She says it won't be a problem. Sure enough, he calls her from a sex party, where he's locked in the bathroom. He says he went there just to show her the kind of person he used to be and that's why he shouldn't be in her life. She says that Rex and George both lied to her, so as long as he's honest with her, everything will be OK.
Betty Applewhite has sold the house. When Matthew tells Danielle, she threatens to go to the police unless he finds a way to stop the move. So they come up with a plan for Caleb to attack Danielle. Bree agrees not to call the police right away, but she will if Caleb isn't gone immediately. So Betty shows Matthew her solution: a lethal dose of phenobarbital for Caleb.