And Susan spots cousin Tim chatting up Dylan outside her house while on the way to pick up milk. Suffice it to say that the conversation gets cut short, and Susan makes a dork of herself.
Bree comes to see Lynette, who's sitting on her porch and looking forward to Bible study with the Presbyterians. She's even got her own Bible now, and it's bristling with Post-it notes. And really, if Lynette can't see Post-it notes as proof of the existence of God, I don't know if Bible study's going to help her much. Bree sits down with her on the porch and tries to set Lynette straight: church is for questions, not answers. Lynette realizes that she embarrassed Bree, and asks for suggestions. So Bree recommends "that gospel church by the airport." Or maybe Unitarians. In any case, Lynette has already gone inside, leaving Bree feeling guilty on the porch. Not guilty enough to apologize, mind you; that Ladies Auxiliary gig is still in the balance, after all.
Adam lets himself into his hotel room and listens to an answering machine message from Dylan about the note she found. It must be a different day, because Dylan says she hung out at Adam's hotel all day, and I'm pretty sure Adam's hotel isn't Susan's house, where Tim ran into Dylan earlier. Adam looks alarmed by the message, but not at all surprised when the machine is shut off by...Katherine, who's been sitting there all along, waiting for him. Katherine is confident that Dylan doesn't know anything, but she wants Adam to meet with Dylan and find out what she does know. Adam suggests telling Dylan the truth, but Katherine isn't willing to take the risk. Before she leaves, she alludes to his having called her earlier. Why did he do that? Had he already heard Dylan's message? And if so, why did he look so surprised to hear it this time? This show makes no damn sense sometimes. She admits that she misses him and asks if they can get past this. Adam agrees to give her "one last alibi. After that, I'm done." No Adam for you!
Orson and Bree and Benjamin head out of Susan's house for the day, which means Cousin Tim has the place to himself. So he gets on Susan's phone and gets skeevy come-on vibes all over it as he invites someone to come over. We're supposed to think it's Dylan, which tells me that it is absolutely not Dylan.
Edie stops by Gabby's house to vengefully tell her about Carlos. Gabby claims to be pretty okay with helping out Carlos for the next several months, so Edie pretends (poorly) to be sad to tell her the truth: Carlos's blindness is permanent. She gets in a pretty good jab about wives of blind guys being able to let themselves go, too. Gabby, worried, resolves to call Carlos's doctor. Well, if the doctor spills the truth to Gabby, at least a breach-of-confidentiality suit might take the edge off the Solis's poverty for a while. I'm just trying to look at the bright side here. Oops, I said "look."