Mike doesn't care about any of this. You know who also doesn't care about any of this? Anybody with anything else going on. Susan not only wants to involve herself in Tom and Lynette's marriage (just like last week) but in Renee's relationship with Lynette (just like last week when she decided to be BFF with Renee for no damned reason) but also in Lynette's business (just like the week before last). You know who Susan needs to be working on? Susan. Specifically her idea of herself as a good person. It leads her down so many treacherous paths.
Gabrielle's sitting around upstairs crying, and as usual Juanita nails it on the first try -- "You've been having a lot of sad days. Is it because Grace left?" -- so of course Gabrielle screams at her to stop playing with her jewelry and get out of her bedroom and lose some weight and stop looking so Mexican and stay out of her room forever and turn into Grace or else just go die. Juanita's like, "I liked you better when you were crying."
Lynette's made her way all the way back around to Mitzi's house where, even though they all know she's not home, Lynette's pounding on the door anyway. The fear and paranoia of Lynette starts to create this entire narrative about how Mitzi has sold her house and disappeared so she won't be there for the riot. Which, Lynette's whole HUAC thing this week is pretty gross, but most especially because last week she was the one staring judgmentally at everybody in slow motion, clicking her tongue about how Paul Young was making everybody act... exactly like she acts this entire episode.
To the point where it's the punchline of the story, when Lynette "rescues" Lee by screaming HE IS MY NEIGHBOR, and it's supposed to be so meaningful. Except all she does is remember something she knew a second ago. Anyway, she stops harassing the empty house of Mitzi Kinsky long enough to harass Lee -- who is dressed like a goddamned clown -- about her made-up theory of Paul Young and how she thinks Lee is to blame for everything. "You didn't think it odd, him buying all these houses on one street?"