Zack shows up at Susan's, looking for Julie. Susan tells him she's in the shower. He pushes his way in and announces that he and his father are not moving: "So I guess we're going to keep living across the street." Yes, that follows, brainiac. Susan is shocked, and tells him that they need to talk. She informs him, nicely, that Julie is only fourteen. And she's not mature enough to make the right decisions. Susan has to protect Julie -- not from Zack, exactly, she explains. She thinks Zack and Julie need to slow down: "I want you to not see her for a while." Zack leaps up. "You're not taking her away from me," he announces. Susan, sort of amused, tells him not to be so dramatic, so he takes her advice and throws a table across the room. "Do you think this is funny?" he yells. Susan, freaked out, gasps that he's making this very easy for her. She forbids him to see or talk to Julie, and tells him that if he comes around again, she will call the police. And she throws him out. I have to say, I'm kind of with Susan here. He's a nutbag.
Ending montage time: Miguel sadly gives the ring back to his dad, who pats him sympathetically. Gabrielle settles into bed with Carlos and looks very sad. Rex takes his medication from KimberBree, who sighs. Lynette walks Ryan O'Neal out of the house, and gives him a very sincere-seeming hug. She looks sad as he drives away. Susan knocks on Julie's door, but Julie's room is empty, and her window is wide open.
At Wisteria High, Julie and Zack rendezvous in the gym. He's glad she came, he says. Julie explains that she can't stay: if Susan finds out she's gone, she will freak. "She said I can't see you anymore. What are we going to do?" she asks him, and he pulls her in for a long hug. DUM DUM DU -- oh, I guess that's not appropriate in this instance.