Mary Alice brings us back to the bullies monologue, but now she's talking about the adults on Wisteria Lane. Andrew bullying Gaby, and Gaby finally standing up to him. Mrs. M bullying Edie by planting seeds of suspicion in her head. Danielle bullying Bree by leaving because of Bree's choices. (What? How is Danielle being a bully here? Stubborn maybe, but I don't get how that's bullying. If anyone's a bully here -- and I'm not sure anyone is -- it's Bree. Maybe that's what Mary Alice meant? I'm obviously confused by Mary Alice's monologues of platitudes and confusion.) And now Gaby's the bully, and Andrew's the victim. Mary Alice finishes strong and mysterious, with a close-up of Creepy Dave as she says the worst bullies are those who take advantage of you without you ever knowing what they've done. He drives by Lynette and Tom's and sees Lynette giving Tom the bass. On the front porch. Which, why, Lynette? Why didn't you just give it to him in the house so Creepy Dave couldn't bike by with his smug smile? This is the kind of gift you don't walk out onto the front porch to present, I think. I'm sure they're probably going for something along the lines of she greeted him when he arrived home from work, but still, it's weird.
Okay, here's my theory, and it's not much of anything really: Creepy Dave's band practices several nights a week and on weekends are going to play a big role in whatever it is he's planning to do. They'll either provide an alibi or help him accomplish whatever it is he's up to. Maybe it involves Lynette and Tom? Whatever it is, it's obviously crucial, and will be pivotal in this season's mystery.
Next week: Susan screams. Lynette's drunk. Orson's a partner. Gaby wants blind sex. And there's something that the announcer guy promises no one will see coming.
Get the lowdown on the most desperate moments that the stars had before they landed on Wisteria lane.