This is when we return to Tom and Parker, as Tom asks him if it's just him or is that plane flying really low. Angie tries to chase Mona down the street, and tells her she's screwing with people's lives and this could blow up in her face. Mona repeats she wants $67,000 by tomorrow or she calls the police. Angie looks worried, then notices the plane coming. As Daphne screams, "House, house, how-ooouse!" on her descent, Angie looks confused and takes off running toward her house. She doesn't warn Mona, but I don't think that's totally malicious so much as just looking out for herself and worrying about her family and herself. Mona says, "Hey, we're not done here." Then screams after her that she can run but she can't hide (but she just told her she'd disappear into thin air, so I think we all know she is actually quite good at hiding; not that she'll need to over this). She turns around as the plane's approaching and we get a close up of her feet as the plane wing seems to take her out. Which you had to see coming from the moment she knew everything, since there was a plane crash on its way.
Everyone at the party sees the plane hurtling toward them. Mrs. McC and Roy are at a table. They hop up and seem to run off with the crowd, which we see includes Bob but no Lee in site. Celia's standing right in the plane's path, frozen like a deer in the headlights. Gaby, stuck in the crowd too far away to get to her, screams, "Celia!" And just as the plane's hurtling toward her, and the show goes to a sort of echoing sound and slow-motion, Lynette swoops in and picks her up and (I think) runs to safety, although we don't see much once she grabs her, as it pans immediately to a different angle, leaving us hanging, I guess (although not really; we know Lynette will make it). I would be lying if I said that didn't give me chills. I love Lynette anyway, but to risk her pregnant self to save bitchy Gaby's little girl just reminds me why. We see lots of people run, but no one we know. Then the plane cuts right through Santa's workshop, knocking it down and in half. The camera pans the scene, and there's wreckage and Daphne lying still (dead? Do we care?) inside the plane.