Betty Applewhite and Caleb prepare for their departure from Wisteria Lane in the middle of the night. In the present, as Betty and Caleb leave their house, the police surround them and they are placed into police cars as the entire neighborhood watches.
Meanwhile, Bree begins her stay at the psychiatric hospital where she meets up with Susan's new friend, Orson Hodge, who is visiting a sick friend. Bree is embarrassed and says she is not like the other people there which Orson accepts graciously. Orson then proceeds to talk to his friend who stares out a window. During a therapy session, the doctor finds Bree troubled but has problems to relate to her since Bree will not explain her reasons for admitting herself. Bree receives a phone call from Betty who tells her that she believes Matthew, not Caleb, killed Melanie, and that Bree's daughter, Danielle, is in danger.
Gabrielle plans golf lessons for Carlos and herself but is upset to learn that Carlos must complete his community service. While taking a break at hole 9, Gabrielle visits the bar and is shocked to learn that Carlos has died after being run over by a car. Gabrielle then returns home and tells a confused Xiao-Mei that Carlos "is dead". Xiao-Mei begs Gabrielle not to kill him, and a confused Gabrielle states he is already dead. Xiao-Mei says Carlos was in the kitchen, and so Gabrielle goes inside, finds Carlos in the kitchen and demands an explanation. Carlos then tells Gabrielle he paid Ralph, the gardener, to be in his place. Gabrielle is relieved but puzzled by the way Xiao-Mei acted outside and the way Carlos is acting inside. She points out to Carlos that the police have his name as the man who was killed doing community service.
Zach Young visits Paul in jail and is bullied by him to go to his grandfather Noah for money, ostensibly for a car but really for a lawyer for Paul. Zach does not want to do this because he dislikes his grandfather and thinks he's creepy, but does when Paul brings up his deceased mother. Zach fails in his attempt when Noah quickly realizes the money is not for him but for Paul. When Zach becomes distraught, Noah mocks Zach for being weak and tells him he is disinheriting him as he can't abide weakness. Zach then pulls the plug on Noah's ventilator and sits down to watch him die.
Lynette checks into a motel with the children but they soon become impatient that their father never arrives. Porter becomes truculent when Lynette tells him he cannot go in the pool again. As he defiantly evades Lynette, he stradles the balcony's railing and falls over the side. Porter is then rushed to the hospital where Tom meets them. Lynette informs Tom that Porter only has an arm injury. Tom then asks Lynette why she left and apologizes for his actions. Tom then reveals to Lynette that years prior before they met, Tom inadvertently impregnated a woman on a cruise and lost contact with her. The woman, Nora, has an 11-year-old daughter named Kayla who lives in Atlantic City. Lynette then shoves Tom into a row of chairs.
Susan moves into a motor home with Julie temporarily until she can get her home fixed. Karl soon learns that Susan is living in a trailer and attempts to help "his girls" by persuading Susan to move into something much more liveable. One morning, Karl breaks into the trailer and drives them to a house which Karl has purchased for them, which Susan, after waffling for a little, accepts.
At the police station, Betty is shown a picture of Melanie's dead body. Betty quickly notices Matthew's jacket on her body and warns the police that the jacket belongs to her other son. A flashback then shows Matthew arriving to find Melanie alive and conscious. When Melanie vindictively tells Matthew that she will go to the police and have Caleb put away, Matthew picks up the two-by-four and finishes Melanie off.
Written by IngridPatriota on Aug 27, 2017