Preston's on the phone begging Porter to talk to mom for five seconds. He says "Do it for me, man, okay?" And then he hands the phone to Lynette. She asks where he is, but he won't tell her. She asks him to come home, saying everything will be fine. He doesn't think that's possible, since either Warren Schilling will kill him or he'll end up in jail. She says they can get a restraining order to protect him, and Bob thinks there's a good shot at getting the case dismissed. She says there's no evidence against him, and he needs to trust her. He says he does trust her, but then his Grandma Stella takes his phone from him and hangs it up, telling him not to trust her. She fell for that once, and look where it got her. She gestures at the room, but I have no idea what it is. Her room in Glen's house? Or has she been put into a home or something since last we saw her? If so, it looks like a nice, private room at least. And apparently it's one where you can have your grandson move in..
Creepy Dave's all clean-shaven and clean-cut when he comes down the stairs and tells Edie "Good morning." She tells him she didn't get a lot of sleep, and he tries to apologize "about last night." Okay, so we are supposed to believe he went from disheveled crazy Dave to clean-shaven, calm Creepy Dave overnight? How? She says she doesn't want an apology, she wants an explanation, and if he can't give her one, they're finished. He says he's stressed, but she says that doesn't make you talk to people who aren't there. She asks what's going on, and he tells her that before they met he was married to someone else who died, and last night she was on his mind. She can't believe he was married before. He says, "She's dead, Edie. Why does it matter?" She says it matters and then she tells him he has until tonight to get his things together and get out of her house.