Poor Danielle Van De Kamp comes home from school, all tear-stained and clearly still torn up from Miguel dumping her, although we know it's not the same day. I guess these things stick with you. She meets her mother on their front walk, and KimberBree perfunctorily asks how school was. A puffy Danielle snuffles that it was okay. "Good. Where does Andrew keep his marijuana?" KimberBree asks sunnily.
Clad in an amazing argyle sweater and sexy-secretary pencil skirt, KimberBree comes click-clacking into the boys' locker room at Posh Academy. She examines a laminated card titled "Numbers of Relevance" before twirling Andrew's combination. (The Numbers of Relevance include -- thanks, TiVo Pause Function! -- Andrew's school and swim locker combos, his social security number, his savings account pin number, and his "text message ID," which I assume is like his AIM handle [Andrew1837].) KimberBree fiddles though his locker, finds a baggie of weed tucked into an athletic sock, and starts to confiscate it. But a light bulb comes on over her head, and she puts it back where she found it.
Julie's room. Zack tells her that, when he was about four years old, he heard his parents fighting downstairs. "I heard him yell my name, and hers," he says. "Dana?" Julie asks. Zack nods. He went down and "saw them cleaning it up." "It" being blood. Julie looks slightly alarmed by this tale: "Was it Dana's?" Zack says he thinks so. He couldn't remember for the longest time, but after Mary Alice killed herself, he started having these dreams: "I don't even see Dana. I see the blood and my mom picking me up, and putting me on my bed and whispering that it's not my fault," he says, and then explains that his parents got upset every time he said Dana's name. Julie looks confused. "I killed my baby sister," Zack finally says. "And they buried her to protect me." I doubt that. No one is going to send a four-year-old to jail, especially considering that it was obviously an accidental death. Julie must doubt this, too, or else she finds murderers super-hot, because she lets Zack kiss her. Oh, Julie.