Bree: "Dr. Goldfine? Do you really cure people? I mean, even if they're really crazy." Dr. Goldfine says he's not a big fan of the word "crazy." When he works with people with mental-health problems, he treats them as if they had any other disease, "and sometimes they get better." Bree confesses that, when she dumped George, she "saw something" in his eyes -- a "sort of malevolence" that she can't really imagine being curable. Dr. Goldfine tells her that he doesn't believe in evil. Bree points out that he of all people has a reason to: "A man just threw you off a bridge for no reason!" Ah, so I guess Dr. Goldfine didn't recognize George? Even though George wasn't wearing a mask, and I'm pretty sure Dr. Goldfine knew what George looked like. (Didn't George and Bree run into Dr. G in a nursery parking lot? Or maybe that was one of those irritating "secret" Good Morning America scenes, because I can't seem to find it in any of the old recaps, hell.) Dr. Goldfine: "Exactly! He didn't know anything about me! He just rode up on his little blue bike and tried to hurt me. Do I think he's wicked? No! He's disturbed." Dr. Goldfine keeps talking about the "chemical imbalance" he believes this mystery man possesses, but Bree isn't listening because at the words "blue bike," it all clicks. George tried to kill Dr. Goldfine! Ah, how satisfying to have Bree finally, finally know just how nutso George is. Bree swallows hard and asks Dr. Goldfine, "Did you say 'blue bike'?" The "I had sex with a murderer, gross" music swells, and SCENE!
Meanwhile, over at...Lynette's house? (Since when did the Scavos have a palatial veranda out in front of their house?) Ex-Receptionist Stu sits out on a white wicker chair, and Lynette brings him a cup of coffee. Stu tells her that he didn't even think she'd notice he was gone. Lynette pats his knee and tells him that of course she noticed -- he's one of her favorites. In fact, she thought it was really unfair how everything went down. Stu: "It wasn't that unfair. I was late all those times. And I broke the copier. And I stole all those paper clips." The "Lynette you meddling simpleton" music starts up, and Lynette tells Stu that she doesn't think those were the reasons why he got fired: "Word got out that you and Nina were..." Stu: "Shagging?" Lynette, laughing uncomfortably: "...being intimate, and Nina fired you to keep Ed from finding out." Stu is surprised to hear this news. Lynette goes on to say how wrong it was of Nina to have sex with him, seeing as how she's upper management: "Technically, it's sexual harassment." Stu tells her that he was into, though. Lynette explains that as a "gopher," he "can't consent to anything." Which is kind of bitchy, and for a second there, it looks like Stu is a little offended. Lynette keeps on plugging, though, encouraging Stu to talk to Ed about getting his job back. Stu: "Why would he care?" Lynette, fatally: "Oh, he'll care. He doesn't want you suing him for millions of dollars." Stu's face lights up, but Lynette totally doesn't get that she's just planted a multimillion-dollar seed in Stu's tiny mind. Stu worriedly asks if Bossy would get in trouble, and Lynette not so convincingly tells him that there's a "possibility" that Bossy would get a "slap on the wrist," and then she shrugs, like "no biggie." Stu nods his head thoughtfully and appears to agree with Lynette's parting encouragements to talk to Ed.