At the hospital, a detective is grilling Susan, who can't think of anyone who would want to hurt Julie. She tells him Julie's not dating anyone, and then gets smart with him when he tells her he knows how difficult this must be. Lynette and Gaby come out of the elevator and ask how Julie is, but Susan hasn't heard from the doctor yet. The doctor comes out right then and says they'd like to do blood work and X-rays. Lynette stammers that she doesn't think they should give her an X-ray, and when they don't listen, she blurts that Julie's pregnant. Everyone's shocked, but the doctor says it's not a problem; he can give her an MRI. Susan follows the doctor and Mike, but not before glaring at Lynette. As if Julie's a little kid and it's Lynette's responsibility to tell Susan if she knows something about her. If she confided in her, it's not. Although, in Susan's world, everything is about her so I realize my logic is flawed by not using that as my basic tenet.
The Bolens, minus Danny, come out with some food for Mike and Susan. They're accosted by Orson, Tom, and Carlos -- who have apparently been hovering outside the whole time Angie made food? -- who eye them suspiciously and ask Nick if he's interested in joining the Neighborhood Watch they're thinking of starting up. It's about time, right? I mean, how many people had to die on this street before they decided to do something, but better late than never. Tom asks if Danny's shaken up since he was pretty close with Julie. They ask if Danny and Julie were dating, and Nick says they were just friends. Tom's like, "Really? Some people saw them at the movies." And friends never go to movies together, of course. Nick asks about the Neighborhood Watch and they play dumb. Nick tells them it seems like the only one they're watching is Danny. Angie interrupts with a fake phone call from Nick's mom. They walk off and whisper that it's time to get an alibi for Danny.
Katherine shows up at Mike and Susan's. Mike answers. She saw him drive in. I'd accuse her of stalking, but she lives across the street, so it could also be innocent. She gives them some food, which he says he knows Susan will appreciate. Katherine asks blankly about Julie, and then hugs Mike, telling him to stay strong. She doesn't let go, and he's like, "Uh. Katherine." Then she tries to kiss him. When he asks what she's doing, she says she's just letting him know she's here for him. Anytime. I love how completely Dana Delaney has embraced this particular brand of icy emotionlessness. So much better than the whiney Katherine we had to endure last season.
Casa de Solis. Detectives are questioning Ana on where she might have been last night. She says she was out with Danny Bolen. Gaby's surprised, since they have a strict 10 p.m. curfew, but Ana says she snuck out. Ana also says they bought some beer at a liquor store. She says Danny's the only one who can verify her whereabouts.
Hospital. Karl's pissed and ready to beat up the person who did this. Susan tells him she doesn't want anger in this room. He wonders who would have done this, and Susan doesn't know. Bree comes in to see Susan, and then greets Karl awkwardly. When Susan leaves to talk to Lynette, Bree says Susan can't ever know about this. Karl says he might need a little time to sort this out. He wants to see her again, but not now. They kiss, and then Julie's awake, looking at them like, "The hell?! Put me back in my coma!" She says, "Dad?" Commercials.
In the waiting room, Susan confronts Lynette about not telling her that Julie might be pregnant (she's not, by the way). Lynette says that she was in her yard, upset, a few days ago and they started talking, and Julie told her she might be pregnant. Susan wonders why Lynette didn't just immediately pick up the phone and call her. Well, other than the fact that Susan was getting married in a few days (which Lynette doesn't mention for some reason), Julie asked her not to. Susan wants to know who the guy is, but Lynette doesn't know that. Just that she'd gotten involved with someone and it's complicated. Susan says complicated means trouble, and Lynette should have told her if she knew her daughter was in trouble. Wow. Way to turn this around on a totally innocent person who was trying to be a comfort to your daughter. Susan could not be more self-involved. She even has the never to call what Lynette did betrayal. She yells and then leaves.
Gaby greets some sort of fix-it guy, who asks how "those two little precious ones" are. Gaby's confused, since most people don't call her kids precious. She says they're the least of her problems now that they've taken in a teenager. That's why she called him here: to take down this trellis that Ana's used to sneak out. The fix-it guy thinks the trellis couldn't hold more than the roses on it, but then: Why would she lie? Gaby looks like she might know a reason or two. She tries to climb it and it breaks.
Back in Julie's room, Karl's telling the doctor that he swears Julie opened her eyes and called him "Dad." The doctor believes him, and he says drifting in and out of consciousness is better than fully comatose. He says she's better off in a coma, though, because it helps the swelling on her brain. Karl goes to tell Susan, and Bree grills the doctor on whether Julie's going to remember what she saw. He thinks she will, so she pesters him until he says he has to go since there was a bus crash.
Casa de Solis. Gaby says Ana's a liar, since Gaby broke the trellis. Ana makes a fat joke. Which was idiotic back with "fat" Gaby, and is even more ridiculous now. She admits she was lying, and says she did it to get Danny to like her more, because Gaby's advice was totally lame. And she knows Danny didn't do it anyway. Gaby calls the cops, and says Ana's telling the truth, since Julie's lying in a hospital bed and it might have been Danny's fault.
Bree comes into Julie's room and gives Susan her love. They make small talk and then Bree gets to the point she's trying to get at, which is how much she enjoyed Susan's wedding, especially the part where Katherine and Susan made peace. Susan's glad someone enjoyed that, since it wasn't enough for Katherine. Susan doesn't know how Katherine can be the victim, since she took Mike from Susan first. Bree's like, "But, you and Mike were divorced." Susan says it doesn't matter, since women should never sleep with their friends' exes. Bree says Susan's feelings for Mike make this different than if Katherine had slept with, say, Karl. Susan says that would never happen, since Katherine's a lady, not a dumb skank who would fall for Karl. Then she adds that it would have been worse if it had been Karl, because he cheated and lied, and she'd never talk to any friend again who would know that and sleep with him anyway. Susan doesn't blame Bree for sticking up for Katherine, but she just doesn't need a friend like her. Especially when she has a friend like Bree. Seriously. One friend sleeping with one of your ex-husbands is quite enough.