Episode PremiereApril 13, 2008
Show Period2004 - 2012
Production CompanyCherry Alley
Cast and Crew
ScreenwriterLori Kirkland Baker, Alexandra Cunningham
- Teri Hatcher as Susan Mayer
- Felicity Huffman as Lynette Scavo
- Marcia Cross as Bree Van De Kamp
- Eva Longoria as Gabrielle Solis
- Nicollette Sheridan as Edie Britt
- Dana Delany as Katherine Mayfair
- Brenda Strong as Mary Alice Young
- Andrea Bowen as Julie Mayer
- Ricardo Chavira as Carlos Solis
- James Denton as Mike Delfino
- Lyndsy Fonseca as Dylan Mayfair
- Joy Lauren
- Kyle MacLachlan as Orson Hodge
- Vanessa Williams as Renee Perry
- Doug Savant as Tom Scavo
- Brian Austin Green as Keith Watson
- Mary DeVault
- Dakin Matthews
- Patricia Place
- Chris Carmack
Lynette sees all her neighbors going off to church one Sunday morning and decides it's time the Scavos join them. Tom, a lapsed Catholic, is resistant but she finally persuades him. Lynette asks Bree if she can go to her church but thoroughly embarrasses her by asking the pastor a series of questions after his sermon -- in front of the whole congregation.
Lynette is gung-ho about her newfound spirituality but Bree tries to tell her that Presbyterians don't ask questions and encourages her to check out different churches.
Bree has been trying to butter up the pastor so he'll ask her to head the ladies' auxiliary, but when she realizes that he didn't mind Lynette -- and in fact was thrilled to see new faces in church -- she rushes to the Catholic church to fetch her. Lynette refuses to go, even when Bree confesses her real motive. She says she sought Bree out because, during her recent trials, she envied Bree's faith, but now she's lost her faith in Bree.
The next day, Bree tells Lynette she's withdrawn her bid for the ladies' auxiliary, and apologizes for letting Lynette down. They're friends again, but Lynette says she's happy where she is -- the Catholics don't judge her for having so many kids!
Gabrielle asks her priest to perform another marriage ceremony for her. He's astonished since Victor's only been dead two weeks, but she insists that since she's remarrying her first husband, Carlos, they are still married in the eyes of the Church. The priest reluctantly agrees.
Edie feels bad that she lost Carlos's money, so she visits him in the hospital to return diamond necklace he once gave her. He's forced to admit that it's worthless, negating all her goodwill towards him and Gaby. A nurse lets it slip to her that Carlos's condition is more serious than he's letting on -- and that not even Gabrielle knows -- and Edie pumps her for all the details.
Gabrielle has a surprise on her next visit to see Carlos: She has the priest with her and they're getting married right now! Carlos tries to tell her the truth but when he says, "I might not get my sight back..." she yanks her hand away, so he adds, "for three, four months tops!" She's a little thrown but asks the priest to resume the ceremony.
Edie congratulates Gabrielle on getting Carlos, and tells her how "heroic" she is to be marrying a blind man. Gabrielle assures her it's only for a few months and Edie gleefully informs her that Carlos condition is permanent.
Carlos admits that he thought Gaby would leave him if she knew the truth. She's furious that he thinks she's that shallow, but declares she still loves him and is not going anywhere.
Susan's cousin, Tim, is helping her with her taxes, since Mike is still in rehab. He reveals that he lost his last job because he couldn't keep his hands off his boss's 18-year-old daughter.
Susan, Lynette, Gabrielle and Bree show up at Kathryn's once they hear that Adam's left her, but she is less than gracious about their offering of muffins and jam. Kathryn joins Dylan on her next study date with Julie, with flowers and an apology to Susan. Tim recognizes Kathryn as the former "Mrs. Davis," and seems -- to Susan -- overly pleased to hear that Dylan is turning 18 next week.
Dylan shows Julie the burnt scrap of paper that she found in the fireplace: Clearly legible are the words, "your father was murdered." She remembers that Aunt Lily wanted to tell her something the day she died and this must have been it. Dylan decides she's going to ask Adam what really happened. When Julie asks why her mother would lie about it, Dylan replies, "She's the one who killed him."
Dylan leaves a voice message for Adam but instead of calling her back, he calls Kathryn. He wants to tell Dylan the truth, but Kathryn is convinced that Dylan will call the police. She wants Adam back but he says that lying to Dylan is the last thing he's going to do for her.
Tim offers to go buy milk when he sees Susan has run out, but she assures him there's no rush -- not until she sees him talking to Dylan and then she decides she needs that milk right now!
When Susan and Julie go to visit Mike in rehab, Tim takes the opportunity to invite someone over. Susan calls with a tax question and hears what she thinks is a girl, so she rushes off, leaving Julie with Mike.
She barges into the bedroom and discovers, to her shock, that the "girl" in bed with Tim is none other than Kathryn. Susan is even more shocked to find out that they're reviving an old relationship -- Kathryn first slept with Tim when he was only 16!
But there's more to the story: Tim says he went back to see Kathryn after their first time 12 years ago, but witnessed her and a man arguing -- and then saw her hit the guy with a heavy candlestick! He's not sure, but he got the idea that it was Kathryn's ex-husband.
When she meets with Adam, Dylan begs him for the truth, but he insists that her mother didn't kill her father.