Tom and Lynette are at the kitchen table, where Lynette's recounting what happened: Porter told Mr. Shilling he was dead, and ten minutes later the place was on fire. Tom doesn't think Porter's capable of anything like this, but Lynette reminds him about Rick's restaurant. Tom brushes that off, saying that was five years ago and no one got hurt since the building was empty. Lynette says that time the building was empty. Tom asks if she's actually telling him that their son is a murderer. She says all she's telling him is about the threat; she doesn't know what happened next. Tom moves on to protective mode and asks what if Porter left behind evidence or someone saw him. Lynette says they are going to protect their son no matter what, even if he killed six people.
Gaby's feeding the girls her new diet food of fish and broccoli. The girls don't want to touch it, so she takes a bite and they can tell she hates it. They're still not having any of it, and don't care about supporting her in her weight loss efforts. They'd like macaroni instead, please. She blames them for making her fat, and she says they're all going to eat healthy and like it.
Creepy Dave's watching the news, where we're learning that another death at the hospital (it better not be Jackson!) raises the death toll to seven. Edie comes in and asks him to stop watching it, and then asks if he's okay. He is clearly feeling remorse about what he's caused because he says he can't believe this fire really happened and that the death toll is at seven now. She tells him if it makes him feel better, they think they know who did it: Porter Scavo. Creepy Dave looks shocked and truly guilt-stricken that a kid might take the fall for this. Edie tells Creepy Dave she's known Porter since he was little and she's always known he was trouble. And she's a really good judge of character. That last line is not me being sarcastic, even. It's what she actually said. But it works either way, because remember that she's married to Creepy Dave.