Susan shows up at Dave's with the basket. He's all, "More sandwiches? Or is just my gun in there?" She says it's just his belts and ties; the police kept the rest. He says he knows, since the police told him. I think it's a little shocking he has a gun permit, but maybe most murderers do. I wouldn't really know. He is upset she told the police he's suicidal. She says she's sorry, but she's worried about him. He says he's fine and closes the door on her. She comes in and says he's not fine, and shouldn't be. He's allowed to feel any way he wants. She knows he is not fine. She sighs and tells him she's sorry for ransacking his house. She'll stop bugging him. He gets teary and tells her he and Edie had a fight that night, a bad one, and then she took off and crashed her car and died. Susan tells him that does not make it his fault. He thinks it does: If he'd been different, she'd still be alive. She tells him that if he blames himself for it, he will destroy everything he has left that's good. (I see Susan's point, but what exactly does Dave have that's good?)
She goes on that she knows what she's talking about. He says she doesn't, so she says that a few years ago she and Mike got into an accident and a woman and her daughter died. He says he heard about that, and Mike was driving, right? She says that's what they said, but it wasn't true. She couldn't find her license after the crash. She had switched purses and left it at home, so Mike said he was driving. She says she understands guilt, and she wants Dave to understand that Edie's death was an awful tragedy, but not his fault. Dave looks shattered for a moment, but then turns into Creepy Dave again as he thanks her for telling him, hugs her, and makes an evil face. Apparently all the guilt is gone thanks to that reveal.
Carlos and Lynette talk at work about the dinner party. He says it's amazing how fast you can eat in total silence. Lynette says it's her fault, and she should have told Tom the truth, thought it was a wash with the Patty thing. Carlos thinks it's cool that they have been married so long and still get jealous. Lynette says yeah, but if she falls in her tub again, could he please let her die there? He laughs, "Okay." She says they should never speak of this again, because she's embarrassed enough. He says he saw her without her towel, and she has nothing to be embarrassed about.