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: [to Dave
] Stop screwing with me!
: You planned this whole thing. The party... breaking into my house... my reaction. You're trying to get rid of me. Dave Williams
: Yes... and I'm sorry it had to be you. Karen McCluskey
: 'Cause I know you're up to something. Something awful. Dave Williams
: You don't know what "awful" is. Well... you take care of yourself Karen. I mean that.
: [Parker sees kids painting 'witch' on Mrs. McCluskey's door
] What's gonig on? Parker Scavo
: [sees it
] Hey don't do that! Freddy
: Why not? Parker Scavo
: Because she's not a witch! Freddy
: How do you know? Parker Scavo
: Cause she isn't! Don't be a jerk!
[the kids start making fun of him
] Parker Scavo
: Shut up!
[a kid pushes him down
] Karen McCluskey
: Hey you boys, knock it off! Karen McCluskey
: [puts her arm on Parker's shoulder
] Parker I'm sorry. Are you all right? Parker Scavo
: [He pulls his shoulder away
] Ya know, everything would be okay if you told people what you told me. You can make them stop.
[he walks off
: [Parker rings Mrs. McCluskey's doorbell
] Waould ya stop ringing that damn... I'm sorry Parker, I thought you where one of those little pissheads that keeps ringing the doorbell and running away. What's on your mind? Parker Scavo
: I want you to come back and babysit us, the new sitter stinks! Karen McCluskey
: Your folks hired a new sitter? Parker Scavo
: Yeah, and she thinks carrots are snacks! Karen McCluskey
: Well that's rough. But life's like that sometimes. Parker Scavo
: It doesn't have to be. If you just told people what happened with your husband, everything could go back to the way it was. Karen McCluskey
: Parker, see those women over there. Nothing I could say could stop those tongues from wagging. I'm sorry kid but I just have to wait this one out.
[Parker walks in while Lynette and Mrs. McCluskey ar cleaning up Ida Greenburg's things
] Parker Scavo
: Daddy said you where over here, can I help? Lynette Scavo
: [kisses him on the head
] Ohh, mwa, mwa, mwa! You realise we're cleaning, right? We're not eating candy. Karen McCluskey
: That's sweet Parker, but we've got everything under control here if you wanna go play. Parker Scavo
: No, I wanna do something nice for Mrs. Greenburg. She sorta saved my life. Lynette Scavo
: What do you mean? Parker Scavo
: When the house was shaking and daddy was passed out by his asthma Mrs. Greenburg made us all go under the stairs. Lynette Scavo
: But that's not where they found her. Parker Scavo
: Yeah, there wasn't enough room for her. She said she be okay in the corner! Karen McCluskey
: Uh, Parker you wanna help? Ida has some ice cream in the freezer that needs eating before it goes bad.
: Okay, before we become an ugly mob, why doesn't one of us go talk to the guys? But not me, they hate me. Karen McCluskey
: Bree, you talk to them, you can relate to them. Bree Hodge
: Why would you say that? Karen McCluskey
: You've got a kid that came flying out of the closet and a husband that had been looking for the door knob.
: What do you mean 'you two' were the hottest chicks on the lane? Lynette Scavo
: She called me a 'baby factory'? Karen McCluskey
: Yeah Gabby in hindsight maybe you shouldn't have told that part of the story Gabrielle Solis
: Oh pfft!
: [Lynette finds Parker staring into their freezer
] Hi buddy, what'cha doing? Parker Scavo
: Nothing. Lynette Scavo
: You seem a little mopey lately, is everything okay? Parker Scavo
: Yeah. Can we go see Mrs. McClusky? Karen McCluskey
: [at the hospital
] You guys didn't have to come here, no matter what that CAT scan says, I'm breakin' out tomorrow. Lynette Scavo
: Well Parker really wanted to come see you. Karen McCluskey
: [pats him on the head
] Don't tell your brothers, you where always my favorite. Parker Scavo
] I saw the man in your freezer. Karen McCluskey
: [Smile fades from her face
] Lynette could you run down to the snack bar and get me some green jello? Lynette Scavo
: Oh, sure. Karen McCluskey
: OK, time for a little grown-up talk.
[Lynette sees Parker sitting on the bed with Mrs. McClusky talking to him
] Karen McCluskey
: So can you understand now why I had to do what I did?
] Karen McCluskey
: And you know you can never tell anyone, not even you mom?
[he nods again
] Lynette Scavo
: They didn't have jello, so I hope pudding is okay. Karen McCluskey
: Ya know, lets give it to Parker, good boy like him deserves a treat.
[he smiles at her
: How old are your boys anyway?
[Preston and Porter look at each other
] Porter Scavo
: We're six. Karen McCluskey
: [turns to Parker
] And you? Parker Scavo
: Five. Karen McCluskey
: Wow. Your mom just pops them out, doesn't she? Preston Scavo
: How old are you? Karen McCluskey
: How old do you think? Porter Scavo
: Here's the big news. Parker offered me a fudgesicle if I would show him my vagina. Oh, good god, Lynette, relax. I didn't do it. I just got this out of the freezer a second ago. Lynette
: Uh, yeah. Of course, no, sorry. Karen McCluskey
: Apparently, Parker wanted to put a sunflower seed inside me and see if a baby would grow. Where do kids get this stuff? Lynette
: Oh, that was me. He was asking about the birds and the bees and I fudged a few of the details. Well, he's only seven years old. I don't think he needs to know everything yet. I don't wanna rob him of his innocence. Karen McCluskey
: Well, now, that's where you're wrong. You get 'em when they're young. Give 'em all the gory details. And then when they're good and disgusted, you shame 'em. Lynette
: Excuse me? Karen McCluskey
: You tell them sex is dirty and wrong and he shouldn't talk about it and if he does, he's going straight to hell. Lynette
: That is ridiculous. Karen McCluskey
: Spoken like a true liberal idiot. Lynette
: No, I am not going to shame my son. Karen McCluskey
: Mm, I'm telling ya, it works. It keeps people in their place, it keeps parents from being humiliated, and it keeps me from having to spend the afternoon talking about my woo-woo.
: Mrs. McCluskey, you're still alive! Karen McCluskey
: It's nice to see you too, Edie. How long has it been? Five years? Edie Britt
: This is my husband, Dave Williams. Karen McCluskey
: [to Dave
] So, how did you two meet? You run a free clinic or something? Dave
: I'm sorry, who are you? Karen McCluskey
: Karen McCluskey, Edie's best friend on the street.