Gaby gets up in the middle of the night to find her girls eating the lasagna from the trash. She tells them they're worse than raccoons, but then asks, since they had some, what did they think? Celia makes a face like something's disgusting, then spits out the scrap of paper. Gaby opens it, and sees Angie's message: "Danny and I held hostage. No cops. Get Nick."
Eddie's packing a bag when there's a knock at his door. He freaks out a little bit, but doesn't answer. Lynette lets herself in and says, "Eddie." He calls her "Mrs. Scavo" (always so polite) and asks what she's doing here. She says, "Oh, sweetie, it's about your mom." He says he knows Lynette's worried she's passed out drunk somewhere, but she can relax; he just spoke to her. Lynette, shocked, says, "You just spoke to her?" She relaxes and sits down as he says she's in Florida at his Uncle Pete's, and he's going to head down there and help check her into rehab. Lynette says, "Thank God! They must have gotten the name wrong." Eddie's on his way out the door, but he turns to ask what she means. She says she was at the police station with Preston, and they found another body and said it was his mom. He looks scared and Lynette says, "But you just talked to her, right? They made a mistake." He drops his duffel bag, and it literally gives me chills how good Felicity Huffman is at going from sweet and innocent and happy and maternal to finally getting it, stunned realization, shocked and scared. "Oh. You didn't just talk to her? And your mom's not in Florida, is she?" Eddie cries, half-creepy and half-sad, and tells her he really wishes she hadn't come here.
MAVO says people make choices every day, and they're what define us. Eddie turns and locks the door. Susan looks lovingly at Mike in bed as MAVO says some people choose to be loyal even though they're angry and hurt. Patrick tightens Danny's ropes or something as she says that some people choose to be brave when they're scared. Bree looks at a picture of her and Sam as MAVO says some choose to strike out when they could have walked away. MAVO wonders what about those poor people who are trapped by circumstance. We're back on Lynette, looking at Eddie with a mixture of pleading and fear. "What about those who have no choices left?" The camera's outside the window looking in the blinds at Lynette's face, as Eddie closes them. I think MAVO could be referring to Eddie and Lynette with that last bit, because they both are left with no more choices. I just hope he doesn't do anything horrible, but this is not looking good. I know Lynette cannot die, but ugh... I know it's just TV, but the baby? I cannot even think about it.