We fade in on Henry "That '70s 'Do" Bellows and Lily "Suddenly, Rachel" Greeley McAllister sitting on a bed making eyes at each other. Their nicknames are due to their hairstyles, which look almost completely different from what they were last week. Henry has let his hair grow out a bit floppy; he looks like the current prototype for a Tommy Hilfiger model. Lily's hair has grown out by at least six inches, maybe more, and hangs down straight with long bangs and a part in the middle. I think her '20s retro hairdo was more interesting, but nobody asked me. The two of them start making out. There's strange, reedy music and blurring effects with the visuals to telegraph to us that this is a dream. Henry takes off his shirt. He's kind of skinny. I think he's one of those guys who looks cuter with clothes on. While they make out some more, we can see that Henry is holding a handgun. He caresses Lily's cheek with the barrel. She touches it and responds in confusion. Henry pulls away and holds the gun up to his own head. There's a sound of a gunshot. Then Lily wakes up in bed next to a little white poofy dog we've never seen before.
Downstairs, Catherine "Avoidance Macabre" Greeley McAllister is ripping out pages of fancy dining rooms from a magazine. Presumably she's using them as models for her own redecorations, but since she just redid the dining room last episode (and they're still pulling splinters out of the wallpaper), I'd say it's not outside the realm of possibility that she's going to put out hits on all these people for having prettier houses than her. Lily flounces downstairs and whines to Catherine that she can't sleep. Mom asks her if she had fun at the party. The party was last night? Did somebody spike the drinks with Rogaine? Lily brings up the whole song-and-dance number titled "Mom Lied About Knowing Phillip Parker" yet again. Mom's not in the mood for show tunes and insists that she didn't know him. Lily reveals that she's got a copy of Catherine's high school yearbook and knows they went to school together. Catherine wants to know where she got it, but Lily won't allow her to change the subject. Catherine pulls the "we're rich; sometimes people we don't know claim to know us and like us or don't like us" excuse. I didn't buy that when I heard it last in the film Gossip. I can only sincerely hope that the end of this whole mystery makes a lot more sense than that one did. Lily insists that there must be something Mom isn't telling her, but Mom insists in turn that Lily has an overactive imagination. Mom gives Lily a hug and whispers in her ear, "Let it go." If Dana Delany's voice gets much lower, she's going to start sounding like Henry Kissinger. When Lily heads back upstairs, Catherine shoots the back of her head a not-altogether-friendly look. In her room, Lily examines the picture of the mysterious girl in the locket some more as we fade into the credits.