Andrew's at Bree's, mocking Orson's decision to be happy. Bree says he sounded very sincere. Andrew asks just how happy he'll be: Will there be whistling? Skipping? I wish he'd added "Maniacal laughter." Bree says she didn't raise him to be bitchy (well, she sort of did, actually). He says she raised him to be passive-aggressive, but he self-taught the bitchiness. She tells him to save it for Bob and Lee's karaoke parties. Andrew says Bree's B.S. meter might be broken, but he knows Orson's up to something. She says Orson's her husband, and she still loves him. Andrew reminds her he's been stealing from her friends, and tried to get her to sell her business. He says that while she's watching Orson skip and sing, he'll be looking up divorce lawyers. Just in case.
Mike goes to Susan's to find her mopping the ceiling. She says she was cooking. He tells her lids are a great idea, and she tries to blame the stove. He tells her how bad things went with Dave, that he lashed out at Mike. He says that all of a sudden, Dave resents Mike's happiness. She thinks that's weird, but Mike says maybe not, since when your wife dies, it has to be depressing to see people in a loving relationship. Then he adds, without missing a beat, "Maybe you could look in on him." She's annoyed, so Mike says that didn't come out right. She will stop by tomorrow. She tells Mike this whole thing with Edie -- seeing her lying in the street that night -- brought up old memories from their accident. Mike says they did what they had to do, and she agrees, adding, "Look what it did to us." MJ comes down and he and Mike leave. Mike tells Susan to take care, and she says him too. It's sort of sweet -- and here I have been rooting against them.
The next day, Susan stops by Dave's on his way to work. He is squinting like mad in the sun, because he's been in the dark house. Susan gives him sandwiches that she bought instead of made. She asks him to please have one now so she knows he is actually eating them. Because, even in someone else's time of need, her insecurities are so overpowering they must be dealt with first. She says she needs to know he eats something. He says he's not angry, but thanks her. She asks Dave to please let her help, just a little. He lets her come in.