Next there's a guy we don't know (Neal McDonough from Boomtown and other stuff) knocking on the door of an old guy and handing him a wad of cash for his house. He intimidates him into moving out, because the place just looks like home to Neal. He wants to move in tonight. Old guy: "Are you crazy?" Neal: "A little bit." Neal says he'll handle the landlady and all that, and then threatens the guy with an ominous backward countdown. Then Neal tells "Mrs. Williams" it's all taken care of, and when she rolls down her darkened window, it's Edie, who thanks "Mr. Williams." Aha! So he is definitely more than a little bit crazy.
The next day, Edie's legs announce her return to Wisteria (presumably, the residents got to see the rest of her, but since this is network TV, we only got the tan, toned legs). Lynette calls and tells someone, "She's baa-aack." And next thing we see is Gaby, Susan, Bree and Lynette asking Edie if it's really her. She hasn't changed, so she says, "You know someone else my age with a body like this?" We then get to see all of her, and it turns out she's in a leopard print one piece. She announces she has a husband now. Susan: "Really? Whose?" [Zing!]
She introduces the ladies to Neal (known here as Dave). They decide to have a party for the happy couple. But Edie goes and ruins the fake friendliness by asking Gaby what happened to her. She says Carlos might be blind, but no one else is. Gaby says, "I had two children." Edie asks her if she had them for breakfast. Dave stops Edie from being her usual crazy, mean self and she apologizes to Gaby. What is this guy? A self-help coach? No one can believe she's apologized, but they are about to be more shocked, because she also baked muffins. Lynette tells Dave they love him.