Bree has been making her way through most of the men in Fairview. She shuffles them out the door in the wee hours of the morning so the neighbors won't judge her. That plan falls apart when Mrs. McCluskey sees a naked guy getting dressed on her stairway. She also notices the open bottle of wine on the table.
Reverend Sykes tries to pull Bree out of the dive bar where she's been picking up her legions of men. He knows this person before him isn't his most proper parishioner. When Bree refuses to leave, the rev has no choice but to remove her as leader of the women's auxiliary. That means she'll miss out on the upcoming bake sale. Or does it?
Bree downs several glasses of wine before showing up at the bake sale with a tasty dessert. She dishes out sweet treats to the parishioners, one of whom happens to a married man she picked up at the dive bar. This is a completely awkward situation for everyone but Bree. She no longer cares what others think of her. That's why she has no problem making out with a strange man on her front porch in full view of all the neighbors.