Mike's at Susan's and she asks how Katherine is. She has a bruised toenail (and probably bruised emotions), but she'll be fine. Susan and Mike sit down with MJ and Mike says that doesn't excuse what MJ did. He asks what's going on. Susan tells MJ not to worry, because she thinks Mike and Katherine are great. MJ says they can't be together because "Mommy" told him that Mike and Susan are getting back together. Mike's like, "What?" And he asks MJ to go make a get-well card for Katherine's foot. He runs off. I love the things they use to get the kids to leave the scenes in this show. Although, I'm just happy they actually use the kids instead of so many other shows that supposedly have kids whom we never see. Susan explains to Mike that about a month after they split up, when MJ was crying all the time about Mike being gone and asking if Mike was ever coming back, Susan finally said maybe he would. She didn't want him to be sad, and she didn't think he'd remember it. Mike asks how she could say that to MJ, and she says the two of them have never looked each other in the eye and said there's no chance they're getting back together. Is that a requirement? Because I thought the divorce sort of took care of that. Mike says they haven't done that, but they've moved on: She's with Jackson. He's with Katherine. Susan asks, "You don't ever think about it?" There's a long pause while they look at each other, then he sort of looks up and shakes his head a little, and then says he has to go check on Katherine, and leaves.
Mary Alice comes back to tell us how awful it is to live in darkness, unable to see what others take for granted. "But if we are lucky, the darkness lifts." And then we can see the secret sacrifices made by our wives (Carlos watches Gaby try on her new cute dress); the surprising progress made by our mothers (Andrew sees Alex and his mom talking); or the unintended consequences of our actions (Lynette sees Preston standing in court). Mary Alice continues that others prefer the darkness, because there they see only what they choose to see. We get a close-up of Creepy Dave's face, with his eyes closed, and then he opens his eyes and starts talking to the lady and child. We're behind them, looking at the backs of their heads. He tells them he hasn't forgotten about them. He thinks about them every day. He has a plan, so he hopes they can wait a little bit longer. He'll be with them soon. But first, "Mike Delfino has to pay for taking you away from me. And I need just the right moment to do it." As he says this, the camera spins around so we don't see the mother and child anymore, but just Creepy Dave's profile. Then it keeps spinning to the back of Creepy Dave as he says, "He destroyed what I love the most. And I want him to feel that hurt. I want him to lose what I lost." And we see Creepy Dave's looking at two headstones: Lila Dash and Paige Dash. So, the big reveal was exactly what everyone knew it was. Except that we now know he doesn't want to kill Mike. He wants to kill Susan and MJ. We all know it's Susan, right? I mean, she's the love of Mike's life. Not Katherine. But if that means we have to lose Jackson, I'll cry. Maybe he can console Edie through her grieving when she finds out she's been married to a psycho?