Okay, now, hold on to your hats, everybody, because here comes the big George-and-Bree-meltdown finale! George is sitting on the edge of a bed in a hotel, looking like a robot with dead batteries, when a knock sounds on the door. It's the bellman. George tells him, "There's a charity dinner taking place downstairs. My friend, Bree Van de Kamp, is one of the co-chairs. Give her this note [handing him an envelope] and walk away. If she comes up in the elevator, call me." George hands the bellman a stack of what appears to be ones and fives, and the bellman -- who I guess is impressed by this eight-dollar tip -- hops to it.
Downstairs, the bellman hands the note to Bree, who's writing on a clipboard in front of a table filled with nametags. Her hair is down, and she's wearing an amazing, plunging white Marilyn-in-The Seven Year Itch dress, which looks truly awesome (my one complaint: she has what I call a "kiwi problem," which refers to the upside down, kiwi-sized "U" of concave, mid-breast boniness that is the bane some ultra-thin women). The note reads: "Bree, I can't stand you thinking I'm a bad person. I've taken some pills. If you could do me one last kindness, please come up and say goodbye. I'm in room #617. George." Bree whips out her cell phone and calls Detective Barton, but before she can deliver the news about George and his little overdose, Barton interrupts with some news: Barton's men have just uncovered evidence over at George's house which suggests that George was involved in Rex's death. This data removes all the wind from Bree's sails, and she just manages to gasp, "What?!" Barton: "Yeah, we found Rex's subscription bottles and doctored potassium pills as well as some...disturbing diary entries." Really? I'm kind of surprised that George would hold on to incriminating evidence for so long, what with being so good at cleaning up after himself (e.g. breaking in to the Van de Kamps' house to replace Rex's doctored pills with the prescribed ones). Bree falls into a chair, speechless, and her phone-holding hand slowly drops into her lap. Barton says her name a few times, but she's clearly in another world.