Cut to Little Big P holding the very same model camera. P says that he doesn't understand. Lynette: "This system is going to let Mommy be with you on your first day of school!" P looks incredibly doubtful, and Lynette says, "The resolution is fantastic."
MAVO: "The next day, Gabrielle decided to cheer herself up with another round of window-shopping. But this time, she was taken aback by what was on display." John is out trimming hedges in someone's yard when an older Gabby-type woman comes out of the house and caresses his fine form. Gabby, wearing the most insane hair extension ponytail ever (seriously, it is curling and luxurious and one million miles long, a true "My Little Pony" miracle), gets out of the brand-new Aston Martin and click-clacks over in her high heels and matching pink ultra-mini. She peeks in the window, and we see her reaction shot as we hear some JuicyTM moaning. Gabby backs away, looking all shocked. Her eyes fall upon the hedge-trimmer, and her face lights up.
Sometime later, John and his new ladylove exit the house, pausing at the door to kiss each other a sensual goodbye. When they tear themselves apart, they look up to see that the entire front yard has been denuded of all its roses. Gabby looks on from behind the wheel of her brand-new Aston Martin, then pulls away with a smug smirk playing across her lovely face. Gabby, she is jealous!
Mike is standing at a door with a pot of flowers in his hand. He knocks and...yay, it's Felicia! Oh how we missed you. Poor Felicia looks 110% like hell: her eye is blackened, her face is mottled weirdly like she's recovering from a burn, she's wearing a cast on her arm, and her neck is in brace. Mike tells her he heard she got out of the hospital. (And why didn't he visit her when she was still in the hospital? Why did no one visit her? So weird.) Felicia: "I can't tell you how long it's been since I got flowers from a handsome man." Mike looks kind of bashful, and Felicia continues, "I mean, I could [tell Mike how long it's been since a handsome man brought flowers], but I don't want your pity." Mike notices that Felicia's foyer is filled with luggage, and he asks where she's going. She says she's heading back to Utah "for a few weeks" because her recovery is taking longer than the doctors anticipated. I'm hoping that Cherry etc. will hold to that "few weeks" thing and that she really will return in just a few episodes, because this show is a far better place with Felicia in it. But just as nature's first green is gold, I'm worried that Felicia is just too good for this Wisteria world and that we'll never see her again. Felicia, pointedly: "Speaking of my attack, have they caught young Zachary yet?" Actually, that's really why Mike is there. Felicia: "So the flowers were just a ruse. Figures." Mike: "I'm trying to find Zach before he gets into more trouble. Do you know of any friends that he might have? Anywhere he might be holed up? I know you were close to him." Felicia: "Funny thing: since he beat me and threw me down the stairs, we don't just stay in touch like we should." See? That's the Felicia I love and will miss and miss. A suspicious Felicia wonders why Mike's so fired up about finding Zana, and Mike just says that "it's complicated." Felicia: "I'll bet. I'm sure he's out there trying to find his father. Which I trust you made impossible." Felicia's eyebrow arches meaningfully. Mike: "No, I let Paul go. I couldn't go through with it." Felicia looks disgusted. "That was a mistake," she says dismissively, before moving to go back inside the house. Mike says that running from the law for the rest of his life is punishment enough for CreePaul. Felicia: "Zach is the only connection that Paul has to his dead wife. At some point he will run back here looking for him." After that menacing little speech, she switches abruptly to her peaches-and-cream smile. "I don't like to be negative," she says sweetly, "but you really should have killed him." Felicia closes the door on a consternated Mike.