Edie comes in and tells them Mrs. McC is there. So they walk in by the cake and Mrs. McC comes in with the bat and asks Dave if he thinks he can screw with her. He feigns puzzlement, and she hits the cake with the bat. Bob and Jackson restrain her, as she explains, in a panic, how Creepy Dave broke in and moved the picture to the couch, and the table away from the door. And that he broke in before to steal her cat, and then to put him back. Everyone is shocked and sympathetic, because she really does sound crazy. And Creepy Dave's like, "Why would I do those things?" Everyone agrees she's not making sense, so they call 911. Then, when no one else is looking, he gives her the creepiest Creepy Dave smile ever, and she tries to attack. Which just makes everyone else think she's even crazier. Man, I do not want to get old and have people question my sanity just because a creepy neighbor moved in and I started investigating him. (Come on! We all know that's totally likely to happen.) Gaby comes happily down the stairs, screaming that she got her period. Despite Jackson and Bob restraining Mrs. McC and the shocked faces of everyone in the room, Gaby cluelessly asks, "Oh, was she surprised?" It's sort of cute, actually.
They're taking Mrs. McCluskey away in an ambulance, and letting Creepy Dave do all the talking. He's telling the paramedics that she was "babbling" and "totally disoriented," and he hopes it's not dementia. The paramedics promise him they'll tell the hospital she needs a psych evaluation. She appears to be asleep, so I'm guessing the paramedics sedated her. Susan tells Jackson she hopes Karen's okay. He hopes so too, but isn't ready to make up with Susan unless she'll tell him the relationship has a future. She thinks it's been working pretty well and wants to keep going the way they are. He guesses he has his answer, and walks away. Orson walks up to Bree and says they're taking good care of Mrs. McC. She tells him he doesn't understand what she owes to Katherine, and he's like, "You're right. I don't. EXPLAIN IT." She starts to tell him, and then we move on to Tom and Lynette, who think Mrs. McC will be okay, but aren't so sure they'll be okay. Lynette tells Tom that she gets almost dying; she had cancer, remember? But she said the pizza place was his adventure and they turned their lives around for it, something she's not willing to do every time he has a whim. She does have a point, Tom. At some point, you have to grow up and live with your decisions. She wants to call it a night since they have to work tomorrow, but when she asks if he's coming he tells her he'll come when he's ready. Like the garage band, this is another sign he might be just about done listening to her.