Hospital. Mona chirps to "Tyler" about how she can have them bring him some soup, since the stomach-pumping made him hungry. He asks why she'd call him that, and she says he told her that was his name last night. He says he must have been dreaming, because his name's Danny. Then he asks to see his mom. She says he can't while he's under observation. Why is that, exactly? When Mona arrives at the nurse's station, she sees Angie and Nick arguing with a lady who wants their insurance information. They don't want to give it, since they've paid cash (or with a check, he says) and will continue to do so. The hospital lady tells them insurance information is still required because you never know when a huge cost might come up. Mona eavesdrops on all of this, with a knowing look. Then she interrupts and asks to speak with the Bolens. In a waiting area, she tells them she knows what's up. She says they don't talk about their past, don't have insurance, and their son can't remember his name, so they're obviously in the witness protection program. Nick and Angie look at each other, all, "What the hell?" They play along. She says she figured it out because they were Italian -- no offense. She wonders what went down, but they say they can't talk about it, and neither can she. To anybody. Angie: "Or we'll have to have you whacked." She and Nick wait just long enough before laughing that Mona has to wonder if it's not actually a joke.
Hodges'. Orson's drinking tea and having breakfast when Bree comes in with an envelope. After Orson compliments her for always seeing the good in people, she asks for forgiveness for starting his day on a sour note, but she is filing for divorce, and if he tries to stop her, she's sending these photos to the cops. She pulls the pictures of him and Lamar from the envelope. Orson sadly says he's sorry she went to all this trouble, since he never would have actually sent her to jail for fraud, and all she had to do was call his bluff and she'd have been free without the blackmailing. He says the fact that she actually believed he would hurt her that badly should have told him it was over. He says he'll pack after breakfast, and Bree looks remorseful. She says she's sorry it had to end this way, and he says, "Me, too," then tells her he'll miss her scones. Awww. That's pretty sad, because Bree probably does make the best scones.