A young neighborhood entrepreneur named Jeremy is going door-to-door, trying to charge twenty bucks for bottled water. Edie tries to send him over to hit up Gabby, and that's how Edie finds out that the Solises are leaving. "They probably didn't want a big emotional scene," Edie says. "Too bad."
Mike gets into his truck and finds his pill bottle worse than empty. Rolled up inside is a note reading, "See me. Susan."
So Mike sees Susan, and he's done being apologetic, or even nice. Which is kind of ballsy of him, considering. I mean, it probably would have helped his case if the next time he saw Susan she asked if he got her note and he was like, "What note?" But he's already in the early stages of withdrawal, so he's not thinking that clearly. Don't worry, it's about to get worse. He insists that he's got things under control, but Susan doesn't think that'll be the case indefinitely, plus there's also the issue of his lying to her. Mike just wants his pills back. But she walks out of their bedroom with a stack of blankets in her arms. Angrily, he pursues her and grabs her by the arm when she's at the top of the stairs, Bad idea, because when Susan pulls away, she goes tumbling down and ends up unconscious at the bottom. Which is never good for pregnant women on TV, as we know. As if she isn't klutzy enough without his help.
Dude, that is a big, fat tornado looming over Mount Pleasant on the TV news report in the hospital. I assume it's a replay from earlier. It's quite busy at the hospital, so Mike and a now-conscious Susan are just going to have to wait around in the hallway, no matter how pregnant (or no longer so) she might be.
At the Mayfairs', Katherine is angrily confronting Adam for not telling her about Sylvia's visit when there's a knock on the door. Fortunately it's only Bree (and a lot more wind), and asking to "borrow Adam" for a moment. But it's both of them who come over, Adam heading to the bathroom while Katherine accuses Bree of nosiness again. Adam knocks on the bathroom door, but Sylvia refuses to come out upon hearing Katherine's voice. So Bree, holding the baby, drags Katherine into her kitchen so Adam can try and talk Sylvia out. After about five seconds of seething, Katherine asks Bree what Sylvia told her. Bree tells Katherine a short version of the truth about Sylvia's story, and Katherine describes Sylvia as a "pathetic, lonely woman" who once got a pity kiss from Adam, and had a breakdown when Adam told her that didn't mean they were in love. Katherine further explains that Sylvia accused Adam of sexual assault, and the Mayfairs settled out of court so Adam wouldn't lose his license. But they did lose everything else, and decided to move back to Fairview for a fresh start. "Now you know our dirty little secret," Katherine says. Well, the Chicago secret, but not the Fairview secret. That's still out there somewhere. But forgetting about that, Bree says she would have spit in Sylvia's face too. Katherine smiles, and does not spit in Bree's face.
Mrs. McCluskey and Ida are trying to play cards in Mrs. McC's basement when Ida hears a frightening noise and asks if it's the tornado. "Worse, it's the Scavos," says Mrs. McC, as the brood noisily floods in and Penny gets right to work banging on the water heater with a ladle. "Sorry, you kind of get used to it," Lynette apologizes as she belatedly scoops her little drummer girl up. Something is bugging Tom -- it's Ida's cat Toby, who's in a kennel, under a blanket, but still setting off Tom's asthma. Lynette asks Ida if the kitty can go upstairs, and gets kind of bitchy when both Ida and Mrs. McC. refuse. After all, as Mrs. McC says, she invited Ida there, but Lynette imposed her family on her. If she doesn't like it, they can go someplace else. Tom's willing to hang out in a far corner to keep the peace, but that's not good enough for Lynette, who hands Penny her ladle back.