Bolens. Angie's folding laundry when Bree comes in to apologize. She says the names Angie called her were harsh but accurate and if she'd still be willing to work for her, she would be honored to have her in her kitchen. Angie thinks Bree must be drowning over there, and Bree admits it. Angie asks Bree why she doesn't like her, but Bree pretends she does; she finds her colorful and... Angie tells her enough with the tact, so Bree admits Angie makes her uncomfortable because she's candid (but isn't Karl also candid? She seems to like him just fine), what with her saying whatever she thinks and fighting with her husband in front of her. Angie tells Bree that not all marriages are as perfect as hers, but Bree says hers is not perfect. Angie doesn't believe it, so Bree confides that she and Orson barely speak and haven't shared a bed in three months. Angie can't believe it. Seriously? Bree seems like the coldest person in the world, so I don't know how anyone would think she ever shares a bed with anyone. Bree says their problems are personal and she's not like Angie, who can't keep anything to herself. Angie laughs, because if Bree only knew how much she keeps to herself. And if we only knew. Because I want to know. Angie says Bree thinks she's vulgar ... or whatever: candid. And she thinks Bree's a tight-ass. (Uh, Angie, give yourself some credit; you know this, not just think it.) But Angie needs a job and Bree needs help, so she takes the job. Then she asks Bree if she sits on the dryer since she doesn't have sex. Bree says Angie's just goading her and they leave. I think I'll like this friendship if it can make Bree even slightly less rigid.
Police station. Susan's giving all the male detectives sandwiches to butter them up and talk shit about Kathy. She even gives them a jar of pickles. As she's talking bad about Kathy, though, Kathy comes in. When Susan greets her as Denise, Kathy tells her she knows she wants to call her Moose, so why not just do it. The other cops laugh, but walk off when Kathy glares at them. Susan apologizes for stealing her high school boyfriend, but she says she'd hate for their history to cloud Kathy's judgment, which is what she thinks since she saw her hugging Katherine. Kathy says she and Katherine have a lot in common, since Susan stole both of their boyfriends. Susan says she didn't steal Mike, but Katherine thinks she did, which is why Susan thinks she attacked Julie. But Kathy says Katherine was on the phone with her daughter all night, which is a pretty strong alibi, and they've even checked phone records. Kathy tells Susan she knows how to do her job. And she's discovered some interesting facts, such as Susan shooting Katherine. She says not reporting it was a crime. Susan tells Kathy to stop blaming her for the way her life turned out. She says Kathy needs closure and has the right to be happy. Kathy says Susan has the right to remain silent. Wow, Susan, don't set someone up like that if they have handcuffs and the power to arrest you. Then Kathy puts Susan in a jail cell and says this (she closes the bars) is called closure. Kathy cackles and leaves. Susan rolls her eyes. I do a little happy dance, although I'd be happier if Susan were more upset instead of annoyed.