Lynette and Tom are at the ultrasound. Both babies have good, strong heartbeats. Tom thinks this is awesome, and totally worth cutting class for. He asks Lynette if this isn't great, and she hesitates a long time before saying, "Yeah, terrific." The doctor goes to get the nurse to clean her up, and Tom asks what's with her. He knows this has been a shock, but it's been three months, and he wonders when she's going to start getting excited about their kids. She sits up and cleans herself off, as she cries that she doesn't love them. She grabs her clothes and Tom just says, "Lynette." She asks him not to look at her that way because if she can't talk to him about this then she's in big trouble. He says this is just because they weren't planned. She reminds him none of their kids were planned, but she loved each of them the moment she knew they were coming, but it's different this time. She sobs that she doesn't love these babies. Tom walks toward her and tells her to stop saying it. He says she will care about them when she holds them in her arms, just as much as the others. She stops crying and says, "Okay," but it's clear she doesn't mean it. This is a sad and serious storyline for these two, which I like. I like them being funny and light, but they're so good at the drama that it's nice for them to get storylines like this.
The day of the wedding. Bree and Orson are walking into the church when Karl shows up. She tells Orson to meet her inside, and she gets into Karl's car. She tells him Orson will drink too much tonight like he always does at weddings, so she'd like Karl to meet her at the Shangri-La Motel at 9. He asks if she won't bail again, and she says she's already booked the room, changed the sheets, and cleaned the bathroom. Ha. So much for spontaneous, right? She tells him to kiss her, and he does. Right out in the daylight in front of the wedding. Karl wonders what happened to the good girl, and Bree says she decided guilt's a small price to pay for happiness. See, show? I think we got it without her having to repeat Orson's line. We're not that dumb.
Susan's alone in her wedding dress, looking in a mirror when Katherine stalks up behind her and says she thinks it looked better on her. I don't disagree. Susan wonders why Katherine's here, and Katherine says Susan might have noticed Katherine's been out of sorts lately and it just hit her why that is. She said, sure, she was dumped by the love of her life, but it was more than that. Her friend, who was sort of responsible for her world imploding, never bothered to cross the street to see how she was doing. Katherine pulls petals from Susan's bouquet and says this friend didn't have the decency to apologize. Susan's like, "I'm very, very..." but Katherine cuts her off and says not here. She wants the apology during the ceremony since everybody in town knows how Susan humiliated her. Katherine's even found a perfect spot in the wedding. After a reading, but before "We've Only Just Begun." Ew. Gross wedding, Susan. Especially for your third, and second to the same man. Since, you know, you technically began years ago. Susan's not going to do it, but Katherine says if she doesn't, she'll make a scene people will still be talking about on Susan's golden anniversary. If you heard something, that's me scoffing at the thought that Susan and Mike will make it 50 years. Susan agrees to do it, but says she's not happy about it, and would like to get it over with. She asks Katherine to get her gloves, which are in the garment bag, then she locks Katherine in a closet, apologizing that it's only until after the ceremony.