Adam comes to see Orson, to ask if Orson will write the prescription for Mike that Adam can't. Orson declines, and Adam says that it would be a big favor. And alluding to the fact that he ran into a departing Bree in the waiting room, he mentions how great she looks: "I haven't seen her since I delivered Danielle's baby. I mean, your baby." Now it's Orson who's getting the point.
Bree comes home to find Andrew packing up his car and moving out. Bree is surprised, not least of all because she thinks Andrew can't afford his own place. Andrew assures her that he can, in the crappy neighborhood he's in. He's not angry or petulant or even, it seems, particularly hurt, telling Bree that he's leaving for the sake of her and her new family. As he climbs into his suspiciously empty car and drives off, he tells Bree, "I hope the three of you are very happy."
Nighttime on Wisteria Lane. Out on the sidewalk, Orson is giving Mike a lecture about pain medication not being a permanent solution, and Mike again gives his song and dance to the effect that what he really needs is time off that he can't financially afford to take. Orson wonders if Mike is okay, and Mike says that it's not all Susan's fault; he's still having pain from his hit-and-run. Orson asks whether this is really about Mike's accident, and Mike objects to the word: "Some son-of-a-bitch ran me down and took off," he says The son-of-a-bitch in question suddenly loses all his qualms about the scrip, and hands it over with no more questions asked.
Mike goes inside to find Susan already asleep in bed. She blearily tells him about Barrett's visit, and Mike gets real tense in a real hurry. He heads into the bathroom and turns on the water, so he doesn't hear Susan say Barrett will be back tomorrow, let alone the question, "Don't you think he'd be perfect for Julie?" From the bathroom, Mike leaves a message for Barrett telling him never to come back to his house.
Edie drops her paper with its giant "MAYOR MISSING" banner headline, and decides to call in an anonymous tip that she thinks he's not missing, but dead. The scene ends before we see her telling the police that she and Victor use the same crabs shampoo.
Carlos and Gabby are having another talk at her house; and he's not on board with the plan anymore, since the suspicious cops will start thinking about who has a motive to kill Victor. "Number one: you. Number two: you. Number three: maybe me, but probably still you." Gabby agrees to go to the cops, but insists on a drink first. Because Carlos is an idiot, he agrees. How is it that I know that Gabby is going to drop tranquilizers in his drink and he doesn't?