Susan wants to move so she doesn't have to see Orson every day, but Mike has decided to forgive him. Not good enough for Susan, who wants Orson to go to prison. Mike says that in addition to not wanting to leave Bree without a husband and Benjamin without a father, he needs to forgive Orson the way Susan has forgiven Mike for stuff in the past. But if Susan can't forgive Orson, Mike will understand. Wow, rehab has made him kind of sanctimonious, hasn't it?
Lynette's in bed alone when two of the kids come in wanting to know why Tom's sleeping on the couch. Lynette claims it's "something he did that made mommy really mad." Yeah, she doesn't seem to be the only mad one. They bring up what they overheard last week, about Tom saying Rick wanted to take her away from them. And that's why they burned down Rick's place. Dude, kids are idiots. These two are getting such a time-out.
On what I'm just randomly guessing is the next day, Susan comes to visit Bree to tell her that she plans to forgive Orson, but it's going to be with her usual lack of elegance or grace. She's warning Bree that she might not be around so much, but she'll forgive Orson eventually. Just then, Orson comes out of the house with a suitcase, and as he gets into his car and drives off, Bree whispers hoarsely to Susan that she has no such plans. Well, that should make it easier on Mike and Susan, right?
Dylan is being suspiciously helpful to Katherine. Katherine's not buying it at first, but Dylan keeps selling it until Katherine calls her a "lovely young woman." So then Dylan goes out and hops into Wayne's car, naturally.
As Mary Alice takes us home with a speech about rule-breaking and forgiveness, Tom and Lynette stand over their two sleeping arsonists, wondering what to do now. Dylan and Wayne enjoy a coffee date. Susan joins Mike at the mirror, so they can gaze at him together. The three Solises -- Carlos, Gabby, and Roxy -- cuddle in bed , as Gabby even strokes the dog's fur. Bree drops Orson's photo in the trash. And Orson sits and cries in a hotel room, either out of crushing guilt or because the place was decorated in the early seventies and it's making his eyes water.