Susan and Mike are at a police station, explaining why Katherine should have been questioned as a suspect, not just a witness. The cops insist they're not trying to dismiss Susan's concerns, as they dismiss them by saying women don't typically commit crimes like this (they tend to keep at a physical remove, using methods such as poison) and talking about their lunches. Mike tells the cops he was skeptical at first, but Katherine does have motive to attack Susan. The cops laugh at the thought that Susan could have been mistaken for a 23-year-old and go back to their lunches. One of them is mad he didn't get pickles. Susan yells out to everyone in the room asking if anyone here understands that women can be psycho killers, too. Kathy Najimy thinks she might be able to help, and the other cops tell her to have at it. Kathy says she'll look at the file and swing by to get Susan's statement tomorrow. Susan's glad someone cares about justice more than pickles. She and Mike leave, and Kathy tells the other cops that she and Susan go way back, even though Susan doesn't remember her yet. "But she will." Sounds ominous.
Bree and Orson are walking down the street. She's annoyed he committed them to dinner with the Bolens, but he says they've been asking for weeks and he thinks Angie's earthy and charming. Bree agrees, saying that last week Angie asked her how much her dress cost (gasp!) and whether she still gets visits from her Aunt Flo. Orson kindly explains it's a euphemism, but Bree says she knows what it means. As they walk to the Bolens' front door, Orson says he stopped at the antique store she mentioned to try to get her another brooch since she gave hers to Susan, but the owner says they only sell furniture. Bree says that's odd, and she must have confused it with a jewelry store. She doesn't bother telling him Susan gave her the brooch back, though she should since that was innocent and had nothing to do with Karl. And it would save Orson from trying to get her another brooch and catching her in yet another lie. Angie opens the door and greets them warmly.