This Rita person's house. All the moms are there, making signs. "SEX OFFENDERS OUT!" one reads, and "PERVERT GO AWAY" and "Pedophilia IS A SIN!" and also "Monsters NOT welcome," any number of which would make an excellent t-shirt. Apparently they're planning on picketing Art's house. Lynette is clearly perturbed by the magnitude of their efforts. One woman, to Rita: "I want the word 'pedophile' to really stand out. Do you have any glitter?" Mrs. McC: "Say 'molester,' it sounds scarier." Lynette tries to backpedal things, like maybe the should hold off on the protests and instead just work on being "vigilant" with their kids, and the women start to turn on her. Glitter Mom: "So you want to wait until he actually molests one of our kids? Whose side are you on?" Mrs. McC stands up for her: Lynette's the one they have to thank for exposing the monster. Why, she's this town's "hero"! Lynette's shoulders slump under the weight of the compliment.
Susan lets herself into Orson's office and starts rifling through his desk. But then suddenly Orson comes out of some side room carrying a pizza box, then settles into one of his exam chairs. Susan tiptoes over to a supply closet, then peers out at Orson. He's got a television set up in there, a football game on, and a Diet Coke nestled in the spit-sink. Looks like Orson's settled in for the night. Really, really sorry, Ian's parents: Susan, it appears, is trapped here for the duration.