Scavos'. Tom's sewing Penny's costume (while reading the sports section, which he says cancel each other out) when Lynette's pouring her coffee for work. Tom offers her a bottle of pricey bourbon, but since it's 8 a.m. and she's pregnant, she passes. He says it's for Carlos, though, to smooth things over. Lynette thinks Carlos will get over it, so she's sure she won't need the bourbon. Tom pushes, but she's all breezy about how she's too valuable to be sent to Florida. Immediate cut to a "Bon Voyage, Lynette" party when she shows up at the office. She asks to see Carlos in her office, and he smirks as he obliges. She tells him she's not moving to Florida, so he says that's fine; this can be a goodbye party. He says the opening he has for her is in Florida, and Tim's already been given her job. She tells him if he wants her gone, he's going to have to fire her, but he's not about to do that and open himself up to a lawsuit for firing a pregnant woman. (But just wait; he might change his mind about that.) She tells him she'll just get to work then, but notices the picture on her desk isn't of her kids. Carlos says those are Tim's kids, and leads her down the hall to her new office: a storage closet. She says the twins have a bigger office. Which is not at all true. She looks great for carrying twins.
Back at Susan's, she checks in on Julie to see how she's doing. Susan tells Julie that since the police think whoever attacked her also attacked Emily, now is the time to tell them about the married man she was seeing. Julie insists he had nothing to do with it, but Susan says sometimes men who cheat have more than one girlfriend. Julie says there's no way he could hurt or kill someone. Then she adds, "Why would he want to attack me, and then get back together?" Susan asks if she's started seeing him again, and Julie says no, but even if she did, it's her life. Susan says she's right about that, and says life was much less complicated when Julie was seven. Julie says she's sorry she grew up, and Susan says she is, too. Ouch, Mom.
Nick watches all about the strangling on the news, when Angie comes in and breezily shuts off the TV. She says if the cops hadn't wasted so much time on Danny, they might have caught this guy before he did this again. At this point, I have to interject and wonder how Angie doesn't suspect Nick. I mean, she knows he had an affair with Julie and she got all jealous when she saw him flirting with Emily. One might think she doesn't suspect him because she actually knows he did do it, but if that were true, this conversation would never happen because there's no one else around, so it isn't occurring for anyone else's benefit. He doesn't respond, so she asks him what's up, and he tells her he was at the coffee shop right before that girl closed up. Angie says, "Oh, please be kidding." He's not, though, as we know. He says no one saw him, but the cops still might find out and come question him again. They might even want to run his prints, so he suggests they don't wait for that to happen and just leave now. But Angie's sick of running now that she finally has friends and feels like a real person after 18 years of being a ghost. He says fine; maybe they'll get lucky and the cops won't come. But he doesn't know how much luck they have left.