Tom: I'm serious, Lynette. I don't make the money around here anymore. I don't provide for you and the kids. And I wasn't gonna let them snip out the last thing that makes me a man. (referring to a vasectomy) Lynette: Staying home and taking care of the kids doesn't make you less of a man. That's crazy. Tom: You expect me to calm your irrational fears. I expect you to calm mine. Lynette: You're you saying you're unhappy? Tom: A little bit, yeah. Lynette: Well, what we gonna do about that? Tom: I don't know. Lynette: Well, can't we just---? Tom: No, Lynette. I don't know.
Detective Barton: Bree. I have to say, I was very pleased to get your call. I mean. I'm surprisd you want to have anything to do with me, given our recent history. Bree:Oh you mean, you having suspected me of murdering my husband? Detective, that is all water under the bridge now.