Episode PremiereApril 17, 2011
Show Period2004 - 2012
Production CompanyCherry Alley
Cast and Crew
ScreenwriterJohn Paul Bullock III
- 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
- Daniella Baltodano
- Shawn Pyfrom
- Harriet Sansom Harris
- Orson Bean
- Peter Holden
- Alison Martin
Andrew is busy working through the steps of recovery for alcohol addiction. The toughest one will be telling Carlos about that little vehicular homicide involving Mama Solis. Andrew wants to come clean, but Bree won't let him. She fears that if Carlos finds out, they may have another homicide on their hands. Crisis averted, right? Wrong.
Bree freaks when she learns Carlos and Andrew are off on a hunting trip. They are alone in the woods with guns. Bree and Gaby brave a rainstorm to reach the cabin. They find Carlos with blood on his hands and fresh dirt on a shovel. Bree and Gaby fear the worst as they blab that Andrew killed Mama Solis. This is news to Carlos. Needless to say, he's plenty peeved as Andrew returns after a hike.
Carlos is further angered to learn that Bree helped her son cover things up. Gaby's silence after the fact is also troubling. Eventually, Carlos allows Andrew to tell his side of the story and forgives him. Bree pops by with muffins to thank him for his compassion, but learns Carlos does NOT forgive her. Bree is to never interact with him or his wife ever again. Oh, and she can keep the muffins.
Susan pays a visit to old dialysis buddy Dick, who is in the hospital for a viral infection. Dick thinks Susan is on a lucky streak after getting her new kidney. He wants to take her to a casino by the airport when he gets out. Sadly, that day never comes. Dick passes away, but not before leaving Susan something to remember him by: a gambling chip.
Susan takes the hundred dollar chip to the casino. She quickly parlays it into big winnings in the poker room. Roy happens to be playing the slots nearby. He can't understand why his neighbor is so sad after winning so big. Susan wonders why she's so lucky while others are not. Roy believes perhaps that's a question we shouldn't really ask.
Tom's new job scores him a whopping $100,000 signing bonus. He wants Lynette to go crazy with some of the loot, so she buys a new coffee machine. You go, girl! As you can imagine, Renee is appalled by Lynette's lack of reckless spending savvy. She takes her down to a high-end boutique where Lynette learns the finer points of buying things without looking at the price.
This new free-spending Lynette surprises Tom on the private jet that's taking him to a big meeting. His flight has been delayed because she slipped the pilot a few bucks to get lost for a half hour. Lynette makes her way down the aisle in her sexy dress ready to serve her hubby a hot lobster dinner. Too bad Tom loves his new job so much that he doesn't have time for anything but work. Looks like Lynette will be having lobster for one.
Beth Young had a will. This explains why Felicia is living in the Wisteria Lane home that Beth's hubby had put in her name. Things are adversarial at first, but then Felicia offers Paul an olive branch. She wants him to accompany her to the woods so they can scatter Beth's ashes in the lake that she loved. Paul's skeptical, but agrees to take the trip. He also opts to take a gun.
Felicia learned a few tricks while in prison. That's why she's able to swipe the gun without Paul noticing. It would be easy enough for Felicia to pull the trigger. Instead, she tosses the gun into the lake. Felicia hopes this will prove that she's looking put the past behind them. She allows Paul the honors of scattering Beth's ashes into the lake. Only it isn't really Beth. No, Felicia kept her daughter's ashes safely at home as part of a ruse. Hey, Paul, you may want think about fishing that handgun out of that lake.