Sylvia finally comes out of Bree's bathroom, asking where everyone is. She yells that this is Adam's last chance. "You've made your choice! Here I go!" And there she goes, as she opens Bree's front door and gets swept straight up into the air.
And the storm hits in earnest, as the Hodges and Mayfairs huddle together, as do Edie and Gabby, and as do a bloody-faced Lynette and Mrs. McC.
And then it's over, as we see that doll up in a tree. Mary Alice reminds us that it was supposed to be a beautiful day, "until the winds came and changed everything." Our protagonists start venturing out to survey the damage, as Mary Alice tells us that not just the houses, but the people had changed. Bree's living room is trashed, and she's got a ragged new skylight. "Each of them had learned something about friendship," MAVO says, as Bree and Katherine smile at each other. "And forgiveness," as Edie helps Gabby out of her crawlspace, and Gaby dusts Edie off. "And redemption," as Susan and Mike leave the hospital. "And some had leaned the hardest lesson of all," as Lynette leads Mrs. McC through her busted house. "That life is always fragile and very often unfair." Out in her shook-up yard sale front yard, Lynette's survivor smile fades, and she rapidly picks her way through the rubble to where the street used to be to get a closer look at what's left of Mrs. McC's house, with her family inside it. Or rather under it, because the entire town seems to have landed on Mrs.McC's house. It's now a pile of rubble that's partially on fire. Screaming, she starts climbing on the pile. Jeez, she leaves the kids with Tom for five minutes...
And the camera pulls back for an overhead shot of Wisteria lane. Most of the houses and a few trees are still standing, but the rest of the block looks like the scene of one hell of a Pencils Down party.