Previously: Eddie killed his mom, but his therapist wanted her to come in, so Lynette went over to find out she's been gone for days. Sam threw a vase and scared Bree. Susan took on Mike's debt, even though he's a big, secretive ass. Angie told Gaby the truth about Danny's real father, Patrick, who came around and hit Nick with a car, then held Angie hostage. Now: We open on Angie handcuffed to a bed as Mary Alice Voices Over that Angie was having trouble sleeping, because she was dreaming about her life choices. We flash back to her decisions to drop out of college, to join a group of ecoterrorists, to fall in love with their charismatic leader (a long-haired Patrick), and to build him a bomb. She knows they were bad choices, says MAVO. How else could she have ended up here with a man she despises? She wakes up and Patrick's standing over her, creeping it up. He says he's admiring her scar, which is "so beautiful." She quickly covers it up with her shirt, but he says she should be proud. Unlike him, she's not so proud of killing a guy. He says it was noble, since it was just one guy compared to the planet. Patrick asks when she stopped loving him, and she tells him she never loved him. He says she's lying, and probably still does love him, and maybe she'd remember if they made love. Angie says they could, but he might not like it when she vomits into his mouth. And neither would the viewing audience, Patrick. Please spare us that. He says he could kill her, but he won't because he needs her for something: He tells her she's going to make him another bomb, but she says he can't make her do that. He says she'll be surprised by what he can make her do. MAVO says she'd made some bad choices in her life, and she now has no choices left. Title card.
We open on a guy we've never seen in a police station as MAVO tells us "Detective John Booth" (that's a stretch for the title, don't you think?) wasn't happy because he couldn't figure out who was killing women in Fairview. He had pored over autopsy photos, read psychological profiles, and interviewed witnesses. But he was no closer to finding a killer, "until one day..." Booth gets a call that some kids came across a woman's body buried in the woods, and he heads out. Cut to a shovel, being wielded by Eddie, of course. He's doing gardening for Lynette. She tells him she went to his mom's to ask her to come to therapy, and he asks what she said. Lynette says she doesn't want to worry him, but his mom wasn't there and the neighbor says she's been gone for days. He thinks for a second and then says this happens all the time with her; she's on another bender and will be back in a few days. Lynette asks if he's sure they don't need to call anyone, and he says she'll turn up sooner or later.