Angie heads back inside, and tells Danny she screwed up and never should have told him to ask that girl for an alibi. She says the cops will be here any second, and tells him not to waive his Miranda rights and they'll have a lawyer down there for him as soon as they can. She asks him to remember how a fish gets caught: by opening his mouth. She nods at him and looks at Nick. It's family unity.
Mary Alice talks about the horrible day, and how the people in the neighborhood are trying to recover. Lynette and Tom are about to tell their kids about the pregnancy, when her son sees a flashing light. Gaby is busy grounding her niece when she notices a police car pulling up across the street. Bree's planning a rendezvous with Karl when she sees Danny being taken out of his house. Mary Alice goes on: "Within moments, everyone had heard. The son of one housewife was suspected of strangling the daughter of another." Close-up of the Bolens, and then of Susan, who's watching across the street. Mary Alice: "Yes, it had been a horrible day, and the thought occurred to one old woman (Mrs. McC close-up): The days ahead could be worse." Oh, probably not.
Next week: Karl and Bree enjoy their affair, but then she sees him on a date with someone. Oh, and John's back. Carlos still wants to punch him and he thinks Gaby still has the hots for him. Because ... who wouldn't?
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