Ian and Susan have extended their three-day weekend at the cabin to a full week, and now they're giddily trying to invent another excuse for staying for yet another day. So Susan's been up there all this time, unreachable, without cell phone coverage, and yet she hasn't found a way to get in touch with Julie to tell her where she is? Julie must really be worried sick by now. Or at least she would be if the writers weren't so busy warping time for the convenience of the storyline. But okay, Susan has been away for over a week, drunk on sex, and has no idea that Mike is awake, fine. "If we keep this up, we could be here until Christmas," Susan jokes. And (again!) the way things work on this show, she's probably right. Ian tells Susan that he thinks he's falling in love with her, and Susan actually seems kind of into it. They kiss, they snuggle. Ugh, it's hard to watch, isn't it?
And now for The Scene in which Edie Feeds Mike Pudding. Mike -- in a "Young Frankenstein's monster does 'Puttin' on the Ritz'" voice that I think is James Denton's idea of how someone would sound after erupting suddenly out of a coma -- says that he thinks he "can feed himself." Edie: "You said that yesterday, and I wound out with a cleavage full of pudding." Now that's a mental picture: like two bald men, covered in chocolate. Take that, Blue Man Group. Edie reminds Mike that the "therapist" said it's going to be a good while before Mike's ready to go home. This makes Mike sad. Mike is homesick. Mike also, it appears, has amnesia. He's convinced that it's still 2004, which means he remembers Bree and Rex, but not that Rex is dead. Like all of Season 2 never happened! In Marc Cherry's dreams!
Cut to Edie pedoconferencing down the hospital hallway with the doctor, who explains that Mike's condition is called "Retrograde Memory Loss," and it's the result of the "swelling of the frontal lobe damage." Most patients only lose a few weeks, though, so Mike's case is (conveniently) unusual. The doctor suggests that Edie do some work with Mike to help jog his memory, and she evilly says that she's sure she can "fill in a few blanks." Cue the "Oh Yeah, Edie Is Going to Mess with Mike's MIND" music.