Susan's longtime book agent and dear friend, Lonny Moon, gets into financial trouble and asks for her help. Lynette is forced to go out to bars night after night with her man-hungry boss, Nina, to help ease Nina's stress. Bree is allowed to re-bury Rex amid police suspicions. Bree also becomes angry when she finds out about Rex's feelings about her prior to his death that he suspected he was being poisoned... by her. Gabrielle hires David Bradley to defend Carlos in court, but Carlos rejects him, sensing the attraction between David and Gabrielle, until... More of the Applewhite's past is shown when Betty wants to contact the police in Chicago to inform them of their whereabouts involving a murder case involving the murder victim Melanie Foster, her captive, mentally disabled son Caleb, whereas Matthew wants to keep hiding out and protect the simple-minded, but violent, Caleb with them. The fugitive Paul Young inconspicuously returns to Wisteria Lane. Written by
Did You Know?
Lynette (Felicity Huffman) dances at the bar to the song "Boogie Shoes" by KC and the Sunshine Band; Huffman danced to the same song playing Dana Whitaker on the show "Sports Night" See more
At the cemetery, the number of flowers in Bree's hand changes between shots. See more
Written by Harry Wayne Casey
(uncredited) and Richard Finch
Performed by KC & The Sunshine Band See more