Back at home, Susan dumps the rest of her flowers in the trash can out front. Lynette, who's out on her porch sipping a drink, invites Susan over to join her: "I suckered Mrs. McCluskey into taking the kids for awhile so I could kick back and catch up with my old friend, Margarita." For a second, Susan pretends that she's a good parent and has to make dinner for her daughter, but no: without even bothering to pop inside the house and give Julie a heads-up, Susan sits right down with Lynette and starts drinking. Though maybe Susan is just lashing out at Julie for her "He's not that into you!" zinger last week. That would be much better parenting.
Cut to Lynette and Susan, sitting on the Scavo porch, drinking their drinks, their bare feet kicked up on the wicker-and-glass coffee table. It should be noted that the boards were aflame with complaints over the filthiness of Susan's feet in this scene, but I don't think they're all that bad. They seem the normal amount of dirty for someone wearing leather flip-flops for the day. Certainly, I've seen a lot worse. Though I guess I did grow up in Marin County, which is the HQ of dirty hippie feet. Susan and Lynette are talking about how Susan could "kill Edie without doing any time." Susan: "I wish Paul Young were still around; he'd know what to do." But Paul actually is doing time, so maybe he's not the best consultant on this one. Gabby comes jogging by, and the ladies lure her into joining them as they drown the "pain" of their "miserable lives." Gabby: "Oh. I was trying to do that with exercise, but why risk a heart attack? Make mine a double."
Coma Coitus Ward. Ghostbuster Ridley and one of his little copper friends show Mike a sketch of the dead woman -- you know, the one who had Mike's phone number written on her hand when she died. But Mike has no memory of her. Is James Denton maybe going a little overboard with the Botox these days? Because even though Mike has lost his memory, there's nothing medically wrong with his ability to express emotion, right? Edie helpfully explains that, due to Mike's accident, everything "after 2004" is "fuzzy." The cops are skeptical. Ghostbuster Ridley goes to leave, but then he turns back and pulls a Columbo on Mike, casually mentioning that Mike once killed a cop, like this tidbit only just now occurred to him. Mike gets all defensive (as much as a piece of wood can get defensive), all, "I ain't afraid of no ghost!" Ghostbuster: "Are you always this angry, Mr. Delfino? Or can't you remember?" The "Total Burn" music swells.