Lee's showing Mary Alice's house to a family of three: Drea de Matteo, Jeffrey Nordling, and newcomer (unless you count the Canadian series Heartland) Beau Mirchoff. Lee's telling them all the great things about the place, and Jeffrey's character, Nick, seems impressed. Lee is also impressed ... with himself, and he tells them it's his first listing. He adds how lucky he is that the lady who normally does real estate on this street just died. Nick's all, "Congratulations." Drea's character Angie is like, "Cut the crap. Why can we afford this place?" He tries not to tell them, but then says that Mary Alice shot herself in the head in the room they're in. Angie's like, "That's it?" Tom says, "Yeah," in a way that also asks, "How does that not creep you out?" They say they'll take it, so Tom goes to get the paperwork. Nick says he thinks they can be happy here, and asks their son, Danny, if he agrees. Danny eerily replies, "Why are you asking me? I didn't want to move here." Angie mysteriously responds only, "Whose fault was that?" Well, TELL US! But they don't. Instead, Danny watches Julie arriving home and hugging Susan across the street.
Six weeks before the wedding. Bree's having some sort of welcome gathering for Angie with all of the ladies (sans Katherine). They compliment Angie's treats (Bree let someone else serve food in her home? I'm not buying it), and she tells them to eat up so she doesn't eat them all, since they go right to your ass. Everyone eyes her as if she's done something terrible, and thankfully she doesn't act all weird about it, but just asks, "Okay, I'm sorry. Do you guys not say 'ass'?" Lynette's like, "We do. Show her, Bree." But, instead of obliging, Bree says she heard Angie's son's starting college. Angie says that he starts next week, but Susan thought he already started since, sometime off screen, he asked Julie to tutor him in math. Hmmm. Mysterious. After all, why would anyone prepare in advance for school?