Casa Unfaithful. Carlos is working on his laptop, and Gabrielle is pretending to read, but is basically sitting there looking very guilty. She opens her mouth, presumably to come clean, but can't go through with it. She's on her way to bed when several police cars come pulling up to the house, and the Feds start pouring out. "She turned me in," Gabrielle breathes, and then runs to Carlos's side. She begs him to forgive her. "I am so sorry," she says. "I just know that whatever happens, I love you very very much." The FBI bangs on the door. Gabrielle begins to cry as Carlos goes to the door and lets them in. They, of course, arrest Carlos. He calls to Gabrielle to get hold of their lawyer. "What's happening?" she asks, as they drag him out. She follows, crying. He calls to her that it's just a mistake. "It's Tanaka, he set me up," he tells her, as the Feds put him in the car and speed off. Gabrielle looks bereft.
So, apparently, according to the moment that kicks off our closing montage, people are still cleaning up over at the charity ball. Gabrielle should probably look into hiring a more effective work force. Anyway, while the Endless Cleaning continues, Carlos sits in jail and looks irritated. Poor Carlos.
At Casa Narc, KimberBree walks past Andrew's door with a pile of towels. He's smoking pot in his room. They share a look, and he gets up and closes the door in her face. Nice.
Over at Casa Harboring A Criminal, Julie curls up in her bed and watches Zack sleep on the floor. Great parenting, Susan. I know you're very occupied being peeved with Gabrielle right now, but how have you not heard him clomping around upstairs?
Across the street, Gabrielle sits on her porch and looks upset. Susan comes up and takes a seat right next to her. "They took him away in handcuffs," Gabrielle says, and starts crying. Susan says nothing, but just puts her arm around Gabrielle sympathetically. Aw, Susan. You're a total disaster, but you have a good heart.