Meanwhile, Gabby is talking to a divorce lawyer, while Xiao Mei nervously serves them tea.
Tom and Lynette are meeting Tom's illegitimate daughter, Kayla, for the first time. Horrible Nora is there, too, and she strips off her raincoat and drops it dismissively in Lynette's direction. Lynette scowls.
In the street behind Lynette, we see Susan burst out of her trailer and run to her car. According to MAVO, Susan has just learned that "Mike Delfino has been badly injured in a hit-and-run accident and was now in a coma at Fairview Hospital." Lucky for Mike, that particular hospital has played host to at least one miraculous coma rebound, so perhaps he's in good hands.
Over at the Young house, Edie is standing out in the pouring rain, putting a "For Sale" sign out on the lawn. When last we saw her, Edie was immobilized in the hospital with a huge bee-stung head. Kudos on the preternaturally swift healing, Edie! MAVO: "Edie had planned to spruce up the property by washing down the driveway, but she was pleased to see the rain had already taken care of that." Edie very sexily walks across the lawn -- seriously, is she wearing anything under that raincoat? -- and looks down at the driveway meaningfully. Why? What needed cleaning? I thought all of Felicia's blood was limited to the kitchen and the garage? MAVO: "This is what rainy days are good for; they make everything clean again, which is necessary on a street like Wisteria Lane, where everything can get so messy." No kidding. So far there've been four -- no five -- deaths (Mary Alice, Mrs. Huber, PI Ironside, Rex, Matthew), two acts of arson (Edie's house, Susan's house), a hit-and-run (Mrs. Solis), a kidnapping (of Susan by Zana), an assault (on Felicia by Zana), statutory rapes (Gabby and John the Gardener, Hempy and Andrew), and two bloody fingers (Felicia's...though that was self-inflicted).
Today. As in six months after the big rainstorm. It's raining again, or maybe it never stopped? Edie's having an open house at the still-for-sale Young house. Mrs. McCluskey, to a prospective buyer: "The police found her severed fingers in the garage. And they never found Felicia's body. I wouldn't be surprised if someday you opened a cabinet at...HELLO!" Edie swoops in and gushes that Mrs. McCluskey simply must come see the "marble backsplash," and then yanks the old woman off to the side. Edie, whispering: "What are you trying to do to me, you back-stabbing cow?" Mrs. McCluskey says that they were just talking about how CreePaul is selling the house because he's in jail, and the conversation just "flowed" from there. Edie tries to manhandle her out the door, but Mrs. McC makes a lunging dodge for the free sandwiches. "Those are for potential buyers," Edie scolds, "you withered old mooch!" "Withered mooch"! Mrs. McC scoffs at the idea of potential buyers: "Maybe you'd have an easier time with the Applewhites' house with that 'rec room' in the basement." These ladies have good zing together. It's enough to make me want to change into my "hee" tee!