Casa Slave Labor. Gabrielle tells Carlos that it's the last night of the boat show, so they've got some QT coming their way. Carlos is just mopey. "I'm going to jail and you're not going to be here when I get back," he says. She says, very unconvincingly, that she will be. "It's true and I won't blame you," Carlos tells her. Again, Gabrielle assures him that everything is going to be fine: "We're going to sort this mess out and we're going to be on top again." Carlos reminds Gabrielle that he could go to jail for five years. They'd have to sell the house, she'd have to keep working: "If that happens, can you promise you won't ever leave?" She sputters, "I promise," like, really, really, really unconvincingly.
Susan rows herself and Edie out to the middle of the lake. Edie looks at the box containing Mrs. Kravitz's ashes and beings to cry. "So, what are you waiting for?" Susan asks. Have some sensitivity, SUSAN. "I just need a moment," Edie tells her, and Susan finally says that she should take her time. Edie just cries. Susan looks uncomfortable. "Are you okay?" she asks. Susan! Let her cry! Her friend is dead! God. Edie sniffles that she's just so grateful. Susan agrees that Mrs. Kravitz was a very good friend. Edie sobs: "I'm not talking about Martha. I'm grateful to you. I've been such a bitch to you over the years and....here you are, rowing me out to dump her ashes." Susan, of course, guiltily assures Edie that it's no big deal, but Edie tells her that Susan stepped up when no one else would: "And here I am, thinking you're having an ulterior motive. Susan, you're such a good person. And I'm such a bitch!" Susan finally says that Edie is not that bad, and Susan is not all that good: "Please don't do this." Edie finally sniffs that Mrs. Kravitz may be gone, but "the good Lord above" has shown Edie that she's not alone: "I am so grateful that I still have a true friend. Thank you, Susan." Susan: "Edie, I burned your house down." Edie looks incredulous, and Susan stammers her way though an explanation of the entire mishap. "I'm so sorry! Can you ever forgive me?" she begs. And Edie answers her by throwing Mrs. Kravitz's ashes right in her face. Oh, SUSAN.
Elsewhere, Mike tells Frank he's real sorry about the shoving. Frank apologizes for questioning him, because he knows better. Mike finally takes out an old photo of himself with a blonde woman: "To remind me when I'm there." "If it turns out someone hurt her, I want them dead," Frank says. Mike just says that he wants to be sure before he gets all stabby with it. Frank says that he knows he can trust Mike to take care of it. "After all, you already killed for her once." DUM DUM DUM DUUUM! (I'm just pretending that I have any clue how this plot is tracking. I don't, of course. All of those revelations are meaningless to me at this point.)