Down at the nut farm. Bree is lost in memories of the Great Lawn Frog Caper, so when Kyle MacOrson taps her on the shoulder, she jumps in surprise. Bree is confused, as am I; what is Susan's movie savior doing in Bree's storyline? It turns out he has a "friend" (he gestures to a woman -- in her late thirties? Forties? -- slumped in a wheelchair in the corner, vacantly staring out a window), whom he visits "three or four times a week": "Small world, huh?" Bree: "Yes. Excruciatingly so." He commiserates with a laugh. Bree explains with a bright chirp that she just needed a "nice long rest"; then she lowers her voice and asks MacOrson to please not say anything to Susan, who thinks that Bree's at a "spa." He soothes that her "secret is safe," and Bree leans even closer to comment conspiratorially that she's not like "these other people." People like MacOrson's "friend," for instance? He lays on the eye contact and tells her that he "can tell," because "a real lady always stands out in a crowd." Blech. I'm detecting some real subterranean creep afoot here, but Bree is just gobbling it up. Private to Bree: Did you hear they took "gullible" out of the dictionary? You might also want to check to see if your copy has been abridged to leave out "psychotic," "evil," and "warped," because from past experience, I'd say you don't seem to understand any of those words.
Episode Report CardEvany: B | 921 USERS: B-
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