Previously: Mike was poor, so he borrowed money from Carlos. Andrew studied up on Sam, who said his mom was dead. Eddie killed his mom, and Lynette invited him to move in with their family. Angie revealed to Gaby that Danny's real father is "a really bad guy." Now: Mary Alice's Voiceover starts: "Many years ago, a terrorist fell in love with a woman." We see Patrick Logan lying awake in bed when his alarm goes off. "This woman believed in the terrorist and his cause." Angie cooks eggs. "Until an undercover agent showed up, determined to stop them." Nick shaves. "The terrorist wanted to attack those he thought were hurting the planet." Patrick looks at a blue shirt. "So he got the woman to help him build a bomb." Angie sets down food and stares ahead. "But something went wrong, and someone was killed." Nick stops shaving, and stares at himself in the mirror. "The terrorist didn't care. He said it was unavoidable." We see his fake IDs. "The woman wanted to turn herself in, but she was pregnant." We see a picture of Angie with a baby. "So the agent convinced her to run away with him, and he raised the child as his own." A recent picture of Danny and Nick. "So they escaped from the terrorist, hoping and praying he would never find them. Unfortunately, he did."
Patrick walks into Danny's coffeeshop once again, and they make more small talk about his novel. Patrick tells Danny that endings are a bitch, and he really needs to surprise his audience. (Hey, is he speaking for Marc Cherry?) Patrick doesn't see Nick walk in behind him, so when Danny says, "Hey, I know you're my dad," he's a little worried. Until Danny finishes "But you've still gotta close the door when you come in." Nick invites Danny to join him for a run tonight, they chit-chat, and then he leaves. Patrick keeps his back to Nick the whole time, then asks Danny if that was his dad. Danny says yeah, and he should have introduced them. He says his dad runs every night, and is pretty inspiring. Patrick asks if kids his age don't usually hate their dads, and Danny says they've had their issues, but he's sacrificed a lot for him, so this is how he pays him back. (What is how he pays him back is not clear.) Patrick agrees payback is important. That night, Nick goes for his run and Patrick's out driving. MAVO: "It took the terrorist 20 years to find the man who betrayed him." He sees Nick running, passes him, turns the car around, and mows him down. "And his plan for revenge was just getting started." Title card.